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"Volunteers" at the base of my porch stairs.




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Last summer during the tiny town festival a chain saw artist fella was doing
shows and selling stuff that he made..

He did some darn fine work on an old ash tree at a house that is on the main road coming in to town

its about 15 feet tall





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Posts: 49348 | Location: Henry County , Il | Registered: February 10, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Logical fallacy it may be, but consensus among astronomers is that life is certainly probable elsewhere in the Universe given the right conditions, but until those conditions are adequately defined and understood and subsequently proven then it is all just conjecture.
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Astronomers are only just beginning to realize that only certain sets of conditions must exist in the right proportions for life to exist. The conditions that permit even the simplest life forms are not arbitrary--they are simply too complex. Our solar system for example is constructed in just the right way to allow life to exist on this Earth. Take away any small part of it and conditions for life would be negligible.


That's a logical fallacy....... an appeal to ignorance. Sounds like something out of a Lee Strobel book.

The conditions on earth at this moment are capable of sustaining human life but there was a time when the O2 levels would not have and it is likely that there will be a change in the chemical signature of the atmosphere to inhibit human life again but other forms of life will continue to thrive.

As there have been chemical changes on earth so are there changes on other planets in the universe to promote life so it is just patently wrong to assert that our solar system is exceptional against a universe undergoing constant change.


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If "other" life is not sentient and able to communicate with us, I really don't care. There may well be life elsewhere in the Universe, but I seriously doubt that we'll ever be in true contact with it.

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