- Evolution on earth has taught us that wherever there is some life, there is usually a variety of life and sometimes an abundant variety of life. Life finds a way to adapt to whatever environment it meets, and diversifies accordingly. If that is the case, if there were even a smidgeon of life on any other planet would we not see life there in abundance?
- Our sun is said to be a third generation sun, i.e. our atoms were probably produced as the result of 2 previous suns' explosions. Has everything we see around us already happened in the previous versions of the sun? see Ecclesiastes chapter 1 vs 9 to vs 11 in the Bible.
- As Fermi once said - if there is life out there, where is it? If it is as abundant as evolution suggests then the universe should be teeming, so why have we not been contacted? (or have we?)
When I look at these videos below I keep wondering how evolution could ever have generated these mechanisms...