November 15, 2009

ALL THAT THE DARWINISTS AGREE ON IS THAT LIFE DIDN'T EVOLVE HERE...:

Children of Mars: How did astronomer Paul Davies come to propose that life arose on Mars and then seeded the Earth? Here he elucidates a theory that could offer us insights into the nature and origins of life. (Paul Davies, August 2007, Cosmos)


What we do know is life established itself on Earth surprisingly rapidly. Our planet was mercilessly pounded by giant asteroids until about 3.8 billion years ago, yet rocks from Western Australia as old as 3.5 billion years contain tantalising fossil evidence of sophisticated microbes (see "Life on Earth", Cosmos 14, p60). Many scientists have interpreted this speedy appearance as evidence that life came here from space.

About 20 years ago I began toying with the idea that life started on Mars and somehow found its way to Earth. Being a smaller planet, Mars would have cooled more quickly than Earth, and consequently, could have been ready for life sooner.


...and that they have to explain away the evidence of Design.

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 15, 2009 6:38 AM
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