posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 12:54 PM
reply to post by jiggerj
Well, it's question that comes to mind... The evidence is all over. Dead bodies, extinct species, shifting genetics, basic building blocks of life,
new disasters and threats, and more.
99.9% of all life that has existed here is extinct.
The earth's atmosphere and oceans (and the lithosphere?) have changed over time. Many past life forms could not exist in today's world because of many
factors that would be lethal to them.
Here's another one:
Maybe earth is the only place in the universe with evolution of this sort. This kind of evolutionary force that creates new life forms continually and
thrusts them into the world to test them. This is not to say the testing is intentional. It might be a byproduct of some force in the universe.
We don't know for sure yet, do we? We haven't discovered ET yet. So there's a slim possibility that this is the only remaining place in the universe
with "natural" evolution or any at all.
edit on 16-12-2012 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)