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Conceptually, alternative biochemistry or other forms of life are possible.
Regarding this, Stenger argued: "We have no reason to believe that our kind of carbon-based life is all that is possible.Physicist Paul Davies has asserted that "There is now broad agreement among physicists and cosmologists that the universe is in several respects 'fine-tuned' for life".