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RE: Myriad Intellects Universally

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Posted by bzrd on August 4, 2000 16:59:02 UTC

We "know" there are other intelligent life-forms out there?? This is shere conjecture. Granted, if life can form through an unguided process, it is a no-brainer, when the number of potential planets is considered. However, your shere conjecture is based on the prior shere conjecture of life forming on this planet through an unguided process. Crick [of Watson and Crick fame] has given up on abiogenesis and has postualated that we are a result of "panspermia". My Bible says the "heavens declare the glory of God" and that "He strectched out the Heavens with His hand". Yes, I think there are intelligent beings out there. I can assure you their origins had nothing to do with a primordial slime-pond..

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