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Life on other planet's?Perhap's..But why isn't the planet a life?

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posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by onehappyangel
Sweet.
I agree that energy is also a part of God. In all honesty and seriousness though, I really do believe that no one human being can comprehend God's true form in all of existence. We are limited to perception and reason. That's just the way it is. But I do still like your comment on energies. Alpha and Omega. fascinating.


True wisdom!! How could we possibly even guestimate, the true nature of god. Yet some of us are so convinced and assured of our positions, we'll even kill.
I do like the idea that the universe is the true body of god, and aren't energy and matter ultimately interchangable E=MCC (how do you do a squared symbol on a laptop?
).
And, by the way, if this is the launch pad of a new religion, can i be pope?
, either that or the first heretic.




posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 01:54 AM
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I don't want to debate too much over this, but, as far as I know from reading books, after planets use up their energy they compress and become dwarf stars.


No they don't, when planets radiate all their energy, they become cold, but they don't change form. Pluto is still a planetoid, it's not changed forms.

It's stars that sometimes turn into dwarf stars or blackholes, not planets.



 
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