You don’t think the existence of life on another planet is a significant discovery? I think if it’s true it will be one of the most important discoveries in history. Some will greet it with excitement and some with dread.
If there is life on Mars, it came from Earth anyway.
violent eruptions at the beginning of the Genesis judgment sent jets of water into orbit, creating the comets, and there is no reason not to believe that some of that water would have hit other planets, or moons.
“You dont think the existence of life on another planet is a significant discovery?”
Honestly, no. I just wouldn’t find that all that big a deal. That might shock you, but I’m serious. What would it change here in everyday life? Nothing really.
“I think if its true it will be one of the most important discoveries in history.”
Actually it’s real importance would be determined by what it effectively changes here on earth in everyday life. And if it changes little or nothing, then it ultimately isn’t that important.
“Some will greet it with excitement and some with dread.”
Maybe. But what will it actually EFFECT? And is that even the announcement NASA will make?