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Originally posted by otlg27
This thread was also paralleled on Fragile Earth..
Originally posted by they see ALL
so, what say you about my question???
Originally posted by AgentSmith
Is it too late?
My vote : Yes!
Originally posted by Cherish
But only after research proving we will not be destrying other life forms we have yet to find.
Who knows, Maybe a group of ancient beings came here and developed the earth in just the same way that we are thinking we can develop mars so that humans can live there without space suits?
I, as well, think that devloping mars is far from a clean slate.
Originally posted by Mephorium
I was going to start a new thread with this question, but there is no need. I'll post it here and try to keep this one alive:
What will win: Christianity or curiousity?
It is a serious question. I asked a good friend about his thoughts on the matter and his answer was basically, "If life were meant to live there, God would have put it there." He also thinks that there is no other sentient life anywhere in the universe, and disagrees adamantly about humans leaving the planet Earth. Sadly, his views are shared by many. Why is it so hard to believe that we will one day colonise Mars and other planets or moons, and one day find out that, indeed, we are not alone? Does any one else agree that we should not explore the final frontier?