Skip to comments.One Scientist Does No Believe in Evolution:
Posted on 06/10/2014 6:41:20 PM PDT by Vinylly
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The article doesn’t say that he doesn’t believe in evolution, it says he believes life began in space. Evolution isn’t mentioned.
Aye Laddie, he does no believe in it.
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“One Scientist Does No Believe in Evolution:”
Apparently you did not read the article. He says that we all descended (evolved) from microbes.
I’m not saying it was aliens...
If you saw some of my relatives, you’d believe the “microbe” theory.
DNA certainly contains a lot more information that we are capable of understanding. Just mapping it is not enough. Compared to a computer program, it is also the worst spaghetti code imaginable, and in the lowest-level language possible (except for binary). Maybe we can decompile very tiny pieces of it at a time, but then we can’t be sure if something in it depends on a completely different part of the code.
Evolution, the theory, makes sense to me as far as adaption and speciation, but I don’t think it fully explains us humans. According to the theory, evolution endows a species only with what it needs to survive, and anything else is by random change. That doesn’t explain how we are able to understand advanced mathematics, build computers, and go to the moon, however. That ability given to us just by chance seems very unlikely.
“All humans are ‘aliens from outer space’, scientist claims” is the actual title. Of course, it isn’t supported in the article either. There is only a claim about some other worldly origin for life but the good professor won’t touch where and how.
“our alien” benefactors being the creation of some other “alien” benefactors on some undisclosed planet..long ago and far far away.
I suspect this genius could project that back as far as need be, to deny the Existance And Omniscience Of God!
Isn’t that Scientology? :-)
“According to the theory, evolution endows a species only with what it needs to survive, and anything else is by random change. “
According to the theory, evolution endows nothing. Random change produces individuals that are then more fit or less fit to survive. The more fit tend to survive and produce more offspring.
The space within and between solar systems was quite warm and capable of supporting liquid water.
There might not have been enough time during this period for intelligent lifeforms to develop, but a large stew of amino acids and other building blocks of life could have developed during this period.
Those building blocks could have hopped rides on meteorites and asteroids which eventually bombarded the Earth providing it with water and the beginnings of life.
These Physicists had to do their work before the astro-biologists could do their work. Now, NASA sends the rockets up chasing comets to see if they can find/collect some life form or life precursor in the comet tail.
The Stuff or the old Art Bell Show!
Coming up in a couple months ESA will attempt land a probe on a comet directly and drill inside. Will be interesting what they find.
A four-year-old article with a misleading headline? Why?
Francis Crick, one of the men who discovered the double helix, proposed directed panspermia. Not only was life on earth of cosmic ancestry, but also that it had been specifically sent to or directed towards earth.