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Purpose Of Existance?

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Posted by Mike O'Connor on April 16, 2001 04:22:29 UTC

I was thinking that the Universe survives on gas..so I would assume we are here to produce gas in our own tiny unique way. Eating vegetation and turning it into compost..??

Maybe the Arouras at the poles is the Sun's way of tasting the planet for gas ripeness..:)

It is not uncommon (stars similar to our own) for Stars to produce a major flare that would cook the earth even at the distance we are at right now:)

(Just a sci-fi thought:)

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