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As this happens we don't have any substantial proof of life at any other planet, does not this Support the Creationism Theory?
Had life to get started at its own that it would have got started at other planets as well and having its own 'visible' species
Originally posted by vjr1113
I have a story.
Once upon a time, stuff started to grow on a rock, in the middle of nowhere, and it ended up killed itself.
You can search for the meaning of life all your life, and it would be a life wasted
i heard that somewhere
On the other hand, what if we make it? to travel the galaxy i mean
Originally posted by LOYAL
As this happens we don't have any substantial proof of life at any other planet, does not this Support the Creationism Theory? ...
As it seems like LIFE is more dependent on Supernatural intervention than the atmosphere under which it can sustain or get started. /quote]
Originally posted by TheWill
In year... must have been year seven (so, age about 11) we were taught that life is identifiable by doing all of:
Respiration (conversion of high-energy molecules to low energy ones);
Sensitivity (response to stimuli);
Movement is definitely not a prerequisite for life.
the definition of Life