Some would say that such an entity cannot be defined as living, because it has nothing with which to reproduce itself.
Some would argue that such an entity is not a plausible possibility.
I personally believe in a divine spark that animates matter and is part of a greater whole existing within and outside matter.
But then most people think I'm weird
by marinealways247 years ago
In your own words without quoting religious text or quoting atheist text, what are the main points that rule life being intelligent or ignorant?
by Alexander A. Villarasa3 years ago
The naturalist's perspective that life could come from non-life, and intelligent life from non-intelligent life is so simplistic as to defy logic and reason. The nature of life and intelliegnce is so complex for them to...
by LewSethics5 years ago
He could have done it in four or five days if He didn't insist on making most heavenly objects thirteen billion light years distant. Just showing off?
by AKA Winston6 years ago
An exchange in a hub's comment section led me to wonder how many people are confused by misinformation about Albert Einstein's famously promoted equation: E=MC2.This equation has nothing to do with conversion of matter...
by pylos267 years ago
Most will say the human design is a mess and that that assessment certainly makes sense, especially since the frame tends to fall apart many years before the demise of the entity.Worn out joint cartilage, missing limbs...
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