Anyways... I was just throwing out some random thought I had. I love science and love hearing counterarguments based on creationism (in this case "God" being that deity).
Ummm... You just basically proved what I was talking about. BY OUR UNDERSTANDING... BY WHAT WE COMPREHEND AS LIFE IS SUPPORTED... Thats all this is based on. I also said, in not quite the exact terms and so many words, that as big as this universe is, as rare as the conditions had to be to start life here on Earth, could it had not sparked somewhere else? Why yes I did. But there could also be life elsewhere in this universe NOT based off of anything we know of. If it hasn't been a serious consideration by anyone then thats just being ignorant to the possibility that there are things out there beyond what we can understand.Ecnailla wrote:Your point about what life forms are based on has been looked at. So far carbon based life is all that is generally accepted as probable. Silicone is possible, but again, it is generally accepted that for a silicone species to exist, it would have been created by a carbon based species (ala the matrix) and it could not have evolved on its own.
Claiming that "the universe is so big that there could be like a matter that like we can't even comprehend that like could make life possible on any planet man or even in space...." hasn't really been a serious consideration by anyone.... If you wish to claim that all scientist throughout time have collectivley been "being ignorant" on the topic, that's your choice... It isn't like they haven't considered it, they just found 100% no evidence of it what so ever.
I simply want answers or thoughts on the matter. I don't want to debate or fight either. I simply enjoy this topic.