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Life As We Know It Nearly Created in Lab

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posted on Jan, 13 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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Originally posted by Scramjet76
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You call it faulty logic and then immediately agree with the statement.

You then go on to describe a subjective godhood that relies totally on perception.
A real God is an uncaused first cause that creates ex nihilo.


Err no I didn't agree. Perception is very important. That's is where your knowledge and beliefs stem from.

Also, there is no first cause. It just is.


Ergo, you don’t believe in God.


I'll take objectivity every time.


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Ok, first of all I'm not 'religious'. But would you care to provide a source for the claims that religious people don't believe that 'something comes out of nothing'? That is in fact the basis of theism, or rather that God is pre-existent, and is the ‘nothing’ that everything came from.




posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 01:38 AM
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If that was the case,wouldnt there be traces of humans 4 billion years back in time and not only some 10.000 years or 100.000 years back?

I still dont buy that monkey gives birth to humans, I will never buy that...
It still leaves the Lloyd Pye research in the wrong, and I dont think he is that far off.....

Just me this....



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 01:58 AM
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as it stands.. here are some fundermental questions to ask:

Is there a god "super being that made eeeverying" including aliens..

Did the "aliens" make us??

What is life: being alive!

Can we make life?: yes we can..

Do we understand what created "life" Nope we dont.. so its hard for us to recreate that what we dont know.. "god"..

Its all very messy on this rock we call earth.. VERY messy



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 01:58 AM
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gah

double post

Sorry


[edit on 14-1-2009 by theresult]



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 02:21 AM
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I've always wanted my own civilization. Lets hope I can finally play age of empires with a real life mini empire.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 06:37 AM
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We will see the Wrath of God
sooner than we think
Humans i getting out of control
but as scientist may say
I will prove God doesn't exist!

Look at that scientist on the wheel chair
waht proof does he have?
He even claims to form a theory of everything???
Cmon! invent something new don't
pretend that you are a genius
untill you fear God

The fear of God is the beggining of knowledge
I only solomon is still alive
maybe he can advise today's so called scientist



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by tengkorak
but as scientist may say
I will prove God doesn't exist!

The fear of God is the beggining of knowledge
I only solomon is still alive
maybe he can advise today's so called scientist


Remember there are us scientists who believe science is proof of God, not proof against Him. Be careful as well claiming someone is unqualified to do their job because of their beliefs.



posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 03:55 AM
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You guys know this isn't playing God, right?

that this isn't even close to spawning life from non life?

Don't get too excited about sensationalism in the mainstream press; that's like seeing an article last week saying "light speed is slowing down!!" Folks, we knew light speed was changing 30 yrs ago.

The concept of the building blocks of life emerging from a primordial swamp came from Stanley Miller's experiments in the 1950s, where he reproduced the assumed atmosphere of an ancient earth, and shot electric sparks through it to simulate lightning.

Truth be told, his experiment produced nothing quite like amino acids...... It did produce organic molecules, but those were formaldehyde and cyanide. In case you weren't familiar, those chemicals are deathly to all life.
Toxic.



posted on Jan, 18 2009 @ 07:13 AM
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Self replicating cells? Hmmm... Were I to be on the team working with this... I'd sure as hell hope I knew someone working with nano-technology... To 'hook' some of these cells up with some bio tech... A self replicating supercomputer!



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