What do you think?
My guess would be a great big round rock.
I was hoping this was some sort of actual physical evidence of life on Earth Mark I.
I have not read or heard of any evidence of life prior to the collision that created our moon.
Any suggestions here?
We know that the Earth and Moon are estimated to be 4.5 billion years old.
How long did the Earth exist prior to that collision?
I think God said it and then it happened... His way. Life has since continued to unfold according to His plan.
...and God breathed...
Hmmm that science sound a hell of lot like act of faith ie... they dont know but "believe" & "it must have"
It may be proven true some day but science should never be so smug to say they don't engage in acts of "faith" geting there
It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it.
The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics (not theory but Law) alone refutes idle speculation about self assembling and replicating and ever increasing complexity whether living or not.
Without WORK (energy) to offset increasing disorder you have eventual disorder (increasing entropy), disassembly, decay, in short, breakdown.
All of the Dawkins fans and Dawkins fellow travelers have to abrogate a proven Law of the Universe as step one.
Once you ignore a Law any speculation becomes possible however impossible said speculation is rendered by violating the second Law of Thermodynamics.
I know very little of this view. It is hard to imagine many sciences all jostling for the truth. It is hard to imagine science or truth without an everyday language to support it. It is hard to imagine anything without a language. And language too, apparently, comes from the id.