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RE: Genesis Implies Evolution?

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Posted by lance Yates on September 29, 2000 02:05:20 UTC

First of all we must accept the thought of immortality. Then you can concieve of a being somewhere in the cosmos being instrumental in creating our domain in space possible. I know most will not accept immortality but at our present rate of technology in bio-genetics we will be able to alter ourselves in the future to be immortal by gene altering. It`s sad that tortises can live 500+ years and we have a hard time reaching 100. So if a culture somewhere beyond our vision reached immortality maybe a guy named god traveled here and started our small solar system. Not hard to concieve for me! But most scientists must have proof before believing anything.Remember our ancient anstronomers were thought by others to be heretics for the theory`s they had! Just as my former post of "black holes" being possibly an object blocking out all behind them was not taken seriously, Who is there to prove my theory is incorrect. We do not yet know what is under the ice of planets in our own solar system let alone black hole light years away. Just another opinion from a true questioner of our past. Lance Yates

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