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Michele
2010-May-01 Sat, 21:41
Anybody watch this program on the History Channel? A real interesting perspective was presented that I never heard of before. I never really read the subject that deep. I could never get behind our ancient civilization being 'seeded'. Assimiliation, maybe...

But, the astrophysical concept that an asteroid or meteor with microbiotic life on it hit the primoridal soup. That I can get behind.

I took a biology class shortly after they started making science recognize the creationist theory and there was one article presented in the text that was very well done.

The single cell lipid (as my memory serves me) could not have survived if it had not been protected by the clay. Then from there they think that in the single cell division, the process slipped and didn't completely divide. This is surmised to be the first mitochondria. So, the clay being very relevant to the beginning of life is quite remarkable I think.

Coen
2010-May-17 Mon, 21:05
I don't have a TV but I do follow this website: http://projectcamelot.org/ and many, MANY good interviews here: http://www.projectcamelotportal.com/camelot-library.html

J.P.
2010-May-17 Mon, 23:12
So, the clay being very relevant to the beginning of life is quite remarkable I think.

You have to be careful when you go by the "official" scientific ideas of how life began...because it's all smoke and mirrors. The truth their trying to cover is our off planet origins... we were put here.... we didn't evolve from some primordal soup. In fact there are so many gaps in the official theory...it's not even funny, but nobody questions this or at least in an official capacity anyhow. It's time to wake up.