NASA scientists haven't actually found life on Saturn's moon Titan, but they've found evidence that suggests life is there. Namely, they think something is breathing the atmosphere and using the moon's natural resources. Of course, they also say these things could be caused by something else.
So take it as you will, but consider the implications. If oxygen-breathing carbon and sulfer-based life forms are found in one place in our solar system (Earth), AND hydrogen-breathing life forms based on some other element are found elsewhere within our same single solar system, then the chances for life to exist elsewhere is probably doubled. This is especially true when you consider that there are more than 200 BILLION stars in our galaxy alone. Now consider that there are HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS of galaxies in the Universe...
Any person who tells you that there's no such thing as aliens is not to be trusted. Either you're smarter than they are, or they're just being dishonest. And if they're being dishonest, they don't give a fuck about you!