No, not really. The Milky Way galaxy alone has billions of stars. it is just one of an unknown, but clearly large number of galaxies, each with billions of stars. Many of those stars have planets. Even if only 1% of the billions of stars in each galaxy have one or more planets in the "goldilocks zone", neither too close nor too distant, that's still tens of millions of possible life-supporting planets in each galaxy.see you.....if you think about it....this world/universe starting randomly and evolving just is way too far fetched. I mean what are the chances??? To me thats even more unbelievable then a God could ever be. The odds are just too great against it. It couldn't have happened. I'm curious how old you are
If you repeat a process with a very low probability of a given outcome tens or hundreds of millions of times, the probability of the outcome being achieved at least once grows. It is like having ten million tickets in the powerball lottery. It does not guarantee that you will win, but you have a way better shot than the guy with one ticket.