It doesn’t seem like it. Our effects are not really that wide-reaching. Even the probes we send out have minimal effects on their surrounding areas. Our atmosphere holds much of our pollution in and, even if it didn’t, then the gases we emit would most likely just hang out in space.
You have to understand how entirely vast the distances are between Earth and other planets and stars are. Humans barely have the capability to get to the moon, so our reach really isn’t that far into space. There is a huge amount of room between us and the nearest planets, and, if what humans did on earth could get past our atmosphere, whatever got out would largely dissipate.
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