Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
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27-05-2014, 05:30 PM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
Not as long as creatures like Ray Comfort are out there doing their thing.
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27-05-2014, 06:55 PM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
The process will happen, probably fairly soon.
But to answer your question ... if you think so, you underestimate the delusional, and the abilities of even very intelligent people to compartmentalize their cognitive dissonances.




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28-05-2014, 07:02 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(27-05-2014 04:01 PM)Michael_Tadlock Wrote:  
(27-05-2014 03:15 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  No. An omnipotent being could create an abiogenesis as a way to perpetuate life. Drinking Beverage

Shoot. Did I just discuss something religious?

Thats true. Not the god of the bible, but some god certainly could.

I disagree.

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28-05-2014, 07:06 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(28-05-2014 07:02 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  
(27-05-2014 04:01 PM)Michael_Tadlock Wrote:  Thats true. Not the god of the bible, but some god certainly could.

I disagree.

Oh please explain. Drinking Beverage

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28-05-2014, 07:15 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(28-05-2014 07:06 AM)Revenant77x Wrote:  
(28-05-2014 07:02 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  I disagree.

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28-05-2014, 07:17 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
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As already stated, NO, it would not kill religion. Making first contact wouldn't even kill religion. The only thing that will kill religion is humanity collectively choosing love and rationality.

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28-05-2014, 07:25 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(28-05-2014 07:17 AM)Cephalotus Wrote:  The only thing that will kill religion is humanity collectively choosing love and rationality.

Nope. I'm a sitting example contrary to your example.

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28-05-2014, 07:30 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(28-05-2014 07:25 AM)kingschosen Wrote:  
(28-05-2014 07:17 AM)Cephalotus Wrote:  The only thing that will kill religion is humanity collectively choosing love and rationality.

Nope. I'm a sitting example contrary to your example.

uhmm, sure Unsure if it makes you feel better

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28-05-2014, 07:34 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
They are already on abiogenesis. My inference is that they won't care.
But, talking about abiogeneisis, we've found a predecessor to DNA that would be simpler, but be able to form easier. It's called TNA. No, not T&A, TNA.

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28-05-2014, 07:49 AM
RE: Would Abiogenesis kill religion?
(28-05-2014 07:34 AM)Alex_Leonardo Wrote:  They are already on abiogenesis. My inference is that they won't care.
But, talking about abiogeneisis, we've found a predecessor to DNA that would be simpler, but be able to form easier. It's called TNA. No, not T&A, TNA.

T&A is something WHOLLY different.

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