posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 12:19 PM
If this man is right then life could be everywhere:
This man thinks we detected life on mars (view his publications by scrolling down):
The origins of life:
Over 99% of our body is composed of Nitrogen, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon, Phosphorous, Calcium and Sulphur. How did those elements know how to come
together to create a lifeform. Carl Sagan said that it wasn't the atoms that go into a thing that's important, it's the way that those atoms are put
together. How did the universe know how to put these atoms together in just such a way to produce life and its corresponding consciousness? What sort
of natural law or physics permitted this to happen?
The last link used words such as self-organizing and self-sufficient and special and complexity and evolved and spontaneously and so on to describe
how our universe creates life from inanimate things. But these are words, they're not concrete, discrete sorts of things. Science can bring us to a
better answer, but either the key to life always existed or it evolved into being. This key is used in at least one example.
The second link says we have another example of this key being used.
The first link says this key has existed for a long long long time. He argues that something had to find the key which was 1 in 10^40,000. This is far
more than all the atoms in the observable universe. His argument was that the universe must be older (or infinite) because even if life originated in
the cosmos and spread around it would still be highly improbable. Of course, it goes without saying, he thinks the idea that it originated on earth is
not only improbable, it's probably impossible. There're just not enough shufflings on one planet. He believes it needs the whole cosmos to produce
enough shufflings to find the correct combination and also needs much much more time than is presently allotted to it.
edit on 6-4-2012 by
jonnywhite because: (no reason given)