Its aliens I tell ya, its aliens.

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Technically....if you believe in intelligent design.....
Well.....
Aliens.
How many accounts are there of "angels" appearing?
I'd say that is an alien by definition.
Again.....
You believe in aliens. You believe they are crossbreeding with humans, abducting humans, helping humans, infiltrating earth.
But you don't believe a dude named Jesus ascended into "the heavens", as witnessed by over 500 people.
Isn't it possible that the two ideas are related?
 

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none of these people know what the fuck they are talking about. these “educated” people throwing theories out there.....yall stumbled into the truth with the poo flinging comments....as that is exactly what the “brains” are doing.....throwing shit against the wall, trying to make themselves to be the authority figure on all things related to their subject of choice. the reality is.....not a fucking one of them know a smidge bit more than anyone else knows. But oh, how they’ll try to convince you otherwise.

 
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Technically....if you believe in intelligent design.....
Well.....
Aliens.
How many accounts are there of "angels" appearing?
I'd say that is an alien by definition.
Again.....
You believe in aliens. You believe they are crossbreeding with humans, abducting humans, helping humans, infiltrating earth.
But you don't believe a dude named Jesus ascended into "the heavens", as witnessed by over 500 people.
Isn't it possible that the two ideas are related?
Well, I mean IMO it make as much sense as a bolt of lightning striking a pool of "primordial ooze" that under perfect circumstances or pure chance sprang forth life...

And even if it was a bolt of lightning was that bolt really by chance? Or was there a guiding hand? Oh no, no, no :)

I think the universe is probably teeming with life. The sheer probability is overwhelming just based on the unimaginable vastness. Our brains cannot comprehend the size of the physical universe, number of planets, stars, etc...since we have no reference.

But where did it all start? Hmmm. Oh thats right. With a bang! And that was something from,...well nothing, right?

Its sorta strange (yes in a conspiratorial sense) when accepted science asks you for as much leap of faith as your idea about aliens...if not more in some cases. Makes ya think...but its in the textbook, so you know...its accepted.
 

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That's because we as a society have tried our damnedest to not allow the poo flingers to kill themselves off. Because of that, poo flingers breed with other versions of poo flingers to make exceptionally stupid poo flingers who take pride in flinging, and create a following and sub culture all it's own, further cementing poo flingers and the attraction to be a flinger for generations to come.
That explains liberals! We now have the cause and can work the cure....help end liberalismin your lifetime......the world depends on it!
 

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At least science is open to being wrong. Certainly there are gaps of understanding in many realms, but those have been closing by leaps and bounds in the last few hundred years.
 

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At least science is open to being wrong. Certainly there are gaps of understanding in many realms, but those have been closing by leaps and bounds in the last few hundred years.
I agree, science in principle is open to being wrong. But in practice often doesnt fall through with that promise.

And yes there are gaps and as I mentioned, do require a certain amout of faith. Those gaps are closing but to what end? To answer the how or the why or is it both and thus the answer to everything?
 

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I agree, science in principle is open to being wrong. But in practice often doesnt fall through with that promise.

And yes there are gaps and as I mentioned, do require a certain amout of faith. Those gaps are closing but to what end? To answer the how or the why or is it both and thus the answer to everything?
We wouldn’t have the understanding we do if the principle was failing.
 
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Well,...yeah LoL.

Anyways, if life on earth was delivered to earth from space, which IMO seems more plausable than spontaneuos creation from a chemical soup...

Then would that life have arrived all at the same time? Meteors and space rocks have been hitting the earth for billions of years.

Perhaps all "universal" life shares DNA.
To your last point, I was born of divine intervention, mama’s an angel. I was always told during basic that the best part of my dad dribbled down his leg.
 

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Well, I mean IMO it make as much sense as a bolt of lightning striking a pool of "primordial ooze" that under perfect circumstances or pure chance sprang forth life...
Miller's experiment, IIRC, convinced Lee Strobel that God was a myth. He decided to write a book "proving" it. Somewhere along the way, the title changed.
 
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Says something similar in Genesis...
yeah i realized my mistake later. Watched a creepy video several years ago where some guy was talking about Nephaleam and the lost
book of Enoch. That's all i know about the subject!

Knowing that human heads don't ever stop growing, and knowing that people used to live much longer, i would assume humans living
several hundred years would look like a Nephaleam supposedly looks.
 

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I am glad that I realize my mental capacity is limited.... so I don’t expend much of it on wondering how or why we are here. I’m focusing all my limited capacity on “what’s for lunch”.
 

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The RNA world. RNA has the ability to catalyze reactions- DNA does not. This means that early “biological” reactions could take place on the absence of proteins...
 

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His 'climate change' theories are interesting too. But I really like his mass events theories. Basically saying that the ice glacier flows didn't carve the valleys and riverbeds over long periods of time but an ice dam would hold A LOT of water and suddenly break causing these mass erosion events that would happen in minutes/hours/days not eons. He presents some convincing evidence.
Yet when it is said we all walked the earth in spiritual bodies before satans overthrow attempt where he drew the third to his side, one third sat on the fence, and one third fought for rule of law one is looked at like a whack job.

God destroyed the earth after that possibly much like Rogan contemplates. Then he replenished it, and then here we are spiritual beings in a perishable flesh suit experiencing for the 1st time what it’s like the fear death.

Reality is stranger than fiction.
 
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