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The laws of probability rule out his by-chance creation of life in the primordial soup. Astronomer Fred Hoyle put it quite elegantly: The probability is the same as it is for a tornado moving through a junkyard to create a Boeing 747 from random tossing about of the debris.
But the idea that proteins started life on their own has now been largely rejected
originally posted by: Erno86
I reject the "intelligent plasma hypothesis" outright.
Imho...besides using the plasma as an energy source, it is possibly only used for defensive and offensive means by the ET aliens that frequent our planet.
Any plasma that conveys intelligence to our own earthly eyes...is possibly just a form of laser holography communication that they safely use, without the fear of exposing their own biological or robotic selves to possible hostiles.
originally posted by: foofighter00
My mom always told me about her childhood in northern Argentina, weather was really hot and during storms this lightning balls were known to happen, they followed air currents, her parents always told her to keep more than two windows opened in order for the orbs to have a path to get outside