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Re: Could Aliens Have Created Life On Earth?

From: Vincent Boudreau <vincentboudreau.nul>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 13:12:11 -0400
Archived: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 09:15:48 -0400
Subject: Re: Could Aliens Have Created Life On Earth?


>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul
>To: <post.nul
>Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 00:34:37 +0100
>Subject: Re: Could Aliens Have Created Life On Earth?

>>From: Vincent Boudreau <vincentboudreau.nul
>>To: post.nul
>>Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 13:50:35 -0400
>>Subject: Re: Could Aliens Have Created Life On Earth?

>>>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul
>>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul
>>>Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 16:22:04 +0100
>>>Subject: Re: Could Aliens Have Created Life On Earth?

<snip>

>>If I understand correctly...

>>Life is fabricated by life, proof being that the conditions for
>>its occurence is so improbable. The genetic code would be a
>>program which allows life to adapt and evolve.

>>Which begs the observation: who or what created the Makers, and
>>of what type of life are the Makers made of?

>>Surely, it cannot be _our_ type of life.

>>Hence, it must be something that is totally strange to us.

>>In a nutshell: some 'God' created and programmed life on Earth.

>>The only way this kind of life can evolve is via a program
>>implemented in the genes.

>>Creationism and evolutionism must be having a field day.

<snip>

Hello Ray and List,

<snip>

>Think most of your 'conclusions' are jumping the gun a bit. If
>you read those expert opinions at:

>www.perceptions.couk.com/creation.html

>you should see that the options, although limited and maybe
>including a putative 'creation', also include a more likely
>'intervention'.

<snip>

You confuse conclusions and observations based on the
understanding of your discourse.

I your "expert" opinions. Your "experts" say:

"From that POV, depending on your inclinations, you're almost
bound to conclude that our Universe is either a `supernatural
creation', or maybe some sort of experiment by advanced beings."

And:

"The history of life is consistent with Darwinian evolution,
although life's increasing complexity - including the very
recent appearance of modern man - is also consistent with (but
not proof of) the possibility of some special creative agent
existing."

And:

"I do not believe that any scientist who examined the evidence
would fail to draw the inference that the laws of nuclear
physics have been deliberately designed with regard to the
consequences they produce inside the stars."

And:

"there is a grand design in the Universe that favours the
development of intelligent life"

Etc.

So "Life is fabricated by life, proof being that the conditions
for its occurrence is so improbable. The genetic code would be a
program which allows life to adapt and evolve" seems to sum it
up quite succinctly, no?

I may be no expert (and, btw, what do you know about that?) but,
if 10^123 is a bit too much for me, I can still add one to one.

<snip>

>You might also realize that I express no firm opinion of my own.
>That's because I don't feel that we have enough information to
>be sure of any conclusion. Even so, and in response to your
>closing sentence, I refuse to stop thinking for fear of the
>consequences.

>To do that would make us like those prelates who refused to look
>through Galileo's telescope (at the moons of Saturn) for fear of
>seeing something which was forbidden.

<snip>

Your reaction to my observations is surprising.

I note that, in the same sentence, you refuse to express your
opinion but you pride yourself in being a deeper thinker than
one who does.

In the same time, Cartesian reasoning - e.g. clear understanding
of where you're going with your material - is judged by you to
be at the same level as the ones you assassinated Galileo.

You evidently did not understand my observations, which started
with "If I understand correctly".

There is much to be said about the semantics of your wording,
and it would probably start with something about open-
mindedness.


Vincent Boudreau



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