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I should also add that when I say "Fish" and "amphibians" I am being very general about it, as these are general terms describing a great many classes of animals, and some of those classes are now extinct.
Why would I want to convince you? you are free to believe whatever you want to believe.convince me
Volcanic lightning may have sparked life on Earth - environment - 16 October 2008 - New Scientist
How 'bout like this?
They've been able to make amino acids from inorganic materials since the 1950's, and these experiments could very well have simulated actual abiogenesis. The conditions simulated in the experiment were incredibly common on Earth for more than a billion years.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
I find planting much more likely. It was something when we figured we're not the center of the universe. Figuring we are not the source of life might be similar. Sending RNA to prospective planets seems more likely than abiogenisis here, and now. We're not the center of the universe or the source of life; deal with it; let's go looksee.How 'bout like this?
Why would 'Planting' be "more likely"?Originally Posted by ecofarm
And this oft seen rationale is Useless as an explanation. It just kicks the proverbial can down the road.
Always amazed some people are satisfied with that empty write-off.
Paschendale's post at least sets a reasonable hypothetical sequence.
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I'm personally sick of not being able to dunk a basketball because of racism.