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Author: Subject: It's life, Jim, but not as we know it!
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[*] Post 503576 posted on 10-7-2016 at 11:23 Reply With Quote
It's life, Jim, but not as we know it!



Titan may harbour life but not as we know it. A future mission to land a probe on the moon might confirm, or deny, the speculation.
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[*] Post 503579 posted on 10-7-2016 at 14:46 Reply With Quote


There must be life out there, even if it's a tiny bacteria:)
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[*] Post 503586 posted on 11-7-2016 at 00:20 Reply With Quote


The complexities of living organisms on Earth point to intelligent design. Charles Darwin's evolutionary theories were proposed at a time when the intricate complexities of the parts necessary for cells to maintain life and function were not known and understood as they are today. He recognized that complex structures such as the eye were a problem for naturalistic evolution.

So, the key question with respect to life on other astronomical bodies is, "Did the Creator have a reason to create life there, as well?"
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