Outline Bobby Bruce

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I. The Probability of Habitable Planets

A. When looking for the right planet to sustain life, many different factors and probabilities are thrown into the equation.

  1. Interesting bit #1: In the Milky Way, there should be one habitable planet every 2,480 cubic parsecs.
  2. Interesting bit #2:
  3. Interesting bit #3:

B. Thesis Statement: In the Milky Way galaxy alone, there are billions of stars. Many of these stars have planets orbiting around them. When looking at the probability that there are other planets that can sustain life, there is a very good chance that humans are not the only living thing in the universe.

II. First subtopic:

A. First Point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence #2:

B. Second Point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence #2:

II. Second subtopic:

A. First Point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence#2:

B. Second Point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence #2:

IV. Third subtopic:

A. First point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence #2:

B. Second Point:

  1. supporting evidence #1:
  2. supporting evidence #2:

V. Conclusion: A restatement of the main points of your paper:

A. 1st Point:

B. 2nd Point:

C. 3rd point:

D. Interesting Ending:

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