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  1. #1 Alien Virus 2 - Darwin Sunk 
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    Life did not start in a warm little pool (Darwin) and life is not gene centred (Dawkins). The blind programming of genes to reach their separate eternities cannot be considered without reference to the universe as a whole. Such geocentric nonsense keeps us locked in pre-Copernican times, unable to progress. The Universe and life within is being generated by what we might call a computer program (ref Wolfram, A New Kind of Science). This explains the complexity of the universe. From spiral galaxies to rhodadendrons to humans - a few simple instructions repeated over and over again. The pinnacle of life elsewhere would not be bipedal apes. The likelihood favours a quantum computer, itself evolving with the aid of viruses, and nasty ones quarantined on places like earth. It will move on when it is ready. The quantum universe is a consequence of a quantum computer.
    Be suspicious of a theory if more and more hypotheses are needed to support it as new facts become available. This leaves Darwinism in a poor way.
    The chances of life evolving from inanimate matter is 1 in 10^40000 with regard to the random shuffling of amino acids to produce enzymes. These odds are increased further for the production of macro molecules histone-4 and cytochrom-c. Of the 2000 enzymes, the chances of obtaining them all in a random trial is 1 in (10^20)^20000 - an outrageously small probability that could not be faced even if the whole of the universe consisted of organic soup. Only through 'intelligence' can the enzymes and other biochemicals be assembled.
    Our progenitor could have been an extremely complex silicon chip, as it alone could have done the calculations to produce life. A siliceous form of life could have preceded a carbonaceous form. Were humans the first life in the universe to invent the silicon chip, or a computer virus?
    ? -> silicon chip -> carbon life -> silicon chip (where ? = unspecified intellect).
    The remarkable chemical behaviour of the carbon atom and the remarkable electonic properties of the silicon chip suggests that an intelligence might determine a wide range of features of the universe.
    The probability of life originating at random is so utterly miniscule as to make the random concept absurd. It is sensible to think that the favourable properties of physics on which life depends are in every respect DELIBERATE.
    The whole process of consciousness probably also has a profound cosmic significance. Sudden flashes of perception have made so much difference to all the main trends of human thought, like the conversion of Paul on the road to Damascus. There is a logical need for intelligence in the universe, which is consistent with the tenets of most of the major religions in the world.
    No matter how large the environment one considers, life cannot have had a random beginning. Troops of monkeys thundering away at random on typewriters could not produce the works of Shakespeare, for the practical reason that the universe is not large enough to contain the necessary monkey hoardes, typewriters and waste baskets.
    Much of the above are quotes from Hoyle's Panspermia theory. However Hoyle could not explain how life had originated in the first place.
    The seeds of life may have been spread by an advanced civilisation facing annhilation. (Directed Panspermia theory of Crick and Orgel).
    I think computer viruses should count as life...we have created life in our own image (Hawking).


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    You can write the whole things in interesting manner so we can read it easily and with interest. I am feeling very boring while I am reading. This topic is having meaning but I can not understand. You just talking about the topics. I think You are talking about the viruses or anything else.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sellyanes
    You can write the whole things in interesting manner so we can read it easily and with interest. I am feeling very boring while I am reading. This topic is having meaning but I can not understand. You just talking about the topics. I think You are talking about the viruses or anything else.
    Please refer to my 'alien virus' post which is still on the 'New Hypotheses and Ideas' section.
    For some reason this post has been moved here from that section even though nearly all of what I have written is based upon the work of the great English science theorist Fred Hoyle, in his books 'Evolution from Space', 'Lifecloud', and 'Cosmic Life Force'. (It was Hoyle who coined the term 'Big Bang' to explain a rival theory to his of the origin of the universe). Hoyle's Panspermia theory was based upon cometary impacts to explain how life had appeared on earth. Comets brought organic molecules and viruses to seed life and to help with evolution. However my point is that Hoyle could not explain how viruses came into existence in the first place, even though he asks the question 'Are we the only beings in the universe to have discovered the silicon chip?' He then went on to speculate that a silicon chip may have given rise to carbon life, and eventually to us, to rediscover the silicon chip. The point of my argument is that all of this has happened because the universe is being run like a computer program (reference Stephen Wolfram, the inventor of the Mathematica software). Equations cannot explain complexity, but a computer program can, for example software to generate fractals.
    My next argument is based upon Darwinism and neo-Darwinism. The chances of life evolving out of inanimate matter is, according to Hoyle, one chance in ten to the power of 40,000, which is effectively no chance at all. Charles Darwin could not explain this, nor could he really explain how one species evolves into another.
    Natural selection is very good at explaining variation within species, but its power is limited. In the last century, Richard Dawkins put forward the notion of the power of replicators in the form of genes and memes, but this is a horribly geocentric view of life. There must be universal replicators, and my theory is based upon the ultimate replicator, which I believe to be an alien computer virus. It is this which has spawned life on earth and keeps it evolving, with all its wonder, tragedy and imperfection, to reach its ultimate goal of spreading itself extraterrestrially.
    I could also speculate that the universe as a whole behaves like a virus as it spreads into an energy field, with its ultimate goal of...? I'll leave it there for now.
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