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  1. #1 How life on earth started? 
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    Do u ever thinking how the life on earth exist? do u think it is so coincident it happened from big bang theory or volcanic activity found on earth?asteriod strike and lighting caused life to exist? the accidental combination of all element together to form DNA and human? millions lifes on earth born from single cell molecule?

    the life on earth is too complicated to happen in chances. even nowadays scientist can't even create a single cell molecule given all the element and resource. Even single cell molecule has a very complicated function itself,needless to say other higher primates.. human anatomy has millions of individual function. there is no coincident.

    there are 2 answer. one is GOD that create us. Or other options is from alien create us, but there must be some one that create alien in the first place. in other word there must a creator behind us that create human and life on earth. no need to argue, it is definite answer. no need to waste resource to search for answer.

    even God has planned your entire life. He hold your lifetime diary, life, death, good or bad luck he had written down even before you are born! believe me or not? think about it.


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    i don't know if this book is still up to date, but the selfish gene by richard dawkins has some cool ideas on how life on earth started.


    everything is mathematical.
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    When you conisder the number of planets in the universe and the time the universe has been around, it isn't really all that amazing that life exists.
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    If you look at the number of planets out there (if every star (on average) has a couple of planets) and the number of stars in the milky way, and the number of galexies that exist, it isn't surprising that at least one planet has just the right conditions to support intelligent life. Also, if you are looking for theories on the big bang, New Scientist has an article saying that a computer simulation predicts that The Big Bang simply happened as a result of another colapsing universe, and that when our universe callapses there will be another created to fill in the empty space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmboy
    When you conisder the number of planets in the universe and the time the universe has been around, it isn't really all that amazing that life exists.
    hehe

    i would probably argue that point, but im scared you will make me jaded.

    and asxz. i dont think its really about how many acceptable habitats for there are for life. but more about how it originated. must have been one hell of a cosmic accident.
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