the origin of life (Page 2)
Geoff: It is my experience that anyone measuring anything with a tape measure will open it beyond the length they are intending to measure.
Just like governments, you hope for slightly more than you get.
One Bar: Then, next to the extended tape measure, leave a book titled "How to successfully measure your cock without extending your tape measure too far prior to the measurement process".
Yan26: Whatever you do dont leave a micrometer screw gauge. Somehow the ladies dont think of it as an indication of accuracy and precision.
Geoff: Nail, I have to say that isn't an explanation.
Even if the origin of life can be attributed to any deity, it doesn't end there. Where did said deity come from, what is their purpose, if they had the power to create life why did they do such a piss poor job? And mostly, why did they leave no evidence of themselves?
risen_sun86: All questions you listed are very answerable, and probly already have been in your interactions on wire. And yet, here we are.
risen_sun86: And with a supernatural being, I don't believe there to be a clear cut wrong or right here. But simply an 'i believe that' or 'i don't believe that'. A faith.. This choice is entirely on the individual, a decision we must make with the heart.
slasian: Oh we should not go in to the God argument here.
And assuming the evolution of that molecule is still on going, and assuming that AI is some how going to stand with its own free will, (programs that create or manifest anther program, em like a machine was originally programmed to protect but eventually developed a program on its own to show affection), just call it the evolution of AI, then would there be a chance for machines and life forms (in it traditional sense) to create a unified specious?
holodecker2: I just had an epiphany.
Science never uses gods or miracles to explain anything. They use naturalistic explanations.
Religion uses miracles and gods to explain many things.
Religion is unscientific.
Religion is mythology.
slasian: Oh that tree, I wonder what knowledge it produce, they still say we need to be enlightened.
slasian: All is not lost when one puts the people in a condition to see it has intelligence. On the contrary, all is lost when you treat it like a herd of cattle, for sooner or later it will gore you with its horns.
But how can the world stop treating humanity, which by nature is individual yet dependent on social existence? -Slasian