There are so many schools of thought (religious and secular) about life on earth and other planets. Are we alone in the universe or did life sprang into being elsewhere? Did God only have enough time for one creation in this vast universe? Give an in dept response to the oft asked question, Are we alone in the universe.
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I enjoyed your answer and the thought you put into crafting it. I am not sure I would accept extraterrestrial visitors coming to earth in the tradition as what we have in society are accustomed to from the media, but I do believe that Angels come fro
Rodric - I know of at least one case where different people witnessed the same event, and some thought it angelic and others, extraterrestrial. For me, the question of angels is very different from the question of life on other planets. See my hubs o
Thanks for piping in on this Chaturrajneesh. There are eight planets according to the ever changing current science. It would be nice to know if life exist in our solar system, Sol system. We have so many features in this system than just the planets
I agree with you Pstraubie. Thanks for answering the question and adding your insight.
Whonunuwho, your answer is great and gives good detail. I like your use of references to other unexplained things that may prove that life on other planets may connect to those occurrences on our planet. I do not accept those explanation because of r
Interesting approach Mintinfo. I am curious of the reference of carbon as 666 and the idea of Pure Dark Energy that you mention. It is complete opposite of the belief system I have that humans were created with Pure Light Energy.
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Interesting answer Thesource. I like where you are taking this. Personally I don't accept the Big Bang Theory. I do not accept that God used chaos to create all of this order. I can accept that from chaos god organized it into the order we now enjoy.
Nightwork4, thanks for answering the question. I do not agree with the big bang theory but I can accept it as one of many possibilities of how life began. I also support you assumption that if it happened here on earth, why not some place else.
I'd say that life on other planets would not necessarily be limited to humans. God's infinite, and we are not necessarily the only good thing He's come up with (indeed, I''d think the odds are against it... :)...)
I like the answer. I do believe also that there is life on other planets. I believe that God has purposely set us all so far apart that we do not mingle in this life. I also believe that those other planets are filled with humans and other animals an
Thanks for answering Backporchstories. You were however supposed to go into detail about it. No matter, I would assume that the other life would be just like the life on Earth. My assumptions are a based in my religious beliefs and not my own specula