ET, Here We Come!

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In 20 years or less, scientists will probably discover life on another planet, according to NASA bigwigs ( Hey, a couple of Jupiter’s moons have water under their ice. There might be mermaids.

Dig this quote. “We’re using the same climate models that we use to project 21st century climate change on Earth to do simulations of specific exoplanets that have been discovered, and hypothetical planets [emphasis added].”

I guess you can always make Climbit Change models work on hypothetical planets created by you and your computer. You will probably find hypothetical life on your hypothetical planets. Too bad you can’t fund it with hypothetical tax dollars.

Humanist religion demands a universe full of inhabited planets where life arose spontaneously through random events and then evolved into Al Franken. “See? See! This proves there is no God! This proves he didn’t create nothin’!” That’s what they’re looking to shout from the housetops.

There is no reason why God should not have created life on other planets. I suspect He probably has. But so far, we have found no evidence of it. And what may or may not have happened on some planet a dozen light-years from ours, even if it could be known, is probably irrelevant.

Or at least hypothetically irrelevant.


12 comments on “ET, Here We Come!

  1. Every so often there’s an article that comes out about some planet discovered that maybe, could, kinda support life. I do believe NASA does this just to remain relevant, while there not busy operating as a Muslim outreach program of course.

    1. Was NASA relevant at one time? Hmmm. Have you ever wondered why we don’t have actual photographs of our planet – only CGIs?

    1. Thanks, Linda, that gives me something not-awful to blog about tomorrow. I’ve just typed and polished the climax of “The Temptation,” and it took a lot out of me.

    2. You’re quite welcome 🙂

      And I’d like to thank everyone for all their prayers. Michael is doing better today and continues to improve. Praise God! an thanks to all the prayer warriors!

    3. I just finished off reading “The Cellar Beneath the Cellar” and it put a lot in me – what a great, gripping story. When I first received my copy I admired the front cover picture and figured that was Jack making his way to the cellar beneath the cellar. But as I neared the end of the book I had to take a closer look at the cover picture and realized that it wasn’t Jack, but Ellayne! She had had her hair cut to look like a boy (and what significant hair it is). And to think, NASA’s fantasy is wilder than Lee’s since Lee’s is based on Holy Scriptures.

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