Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Darwinists Try to Get Life in Its Cradle
On earth, life seems to be everywhere.
This is why some scientist have gone under the ground to seek for it.
And some things, like the And some things, the Tardigrades, can also live where we couldn’t.
“’ IT’S the smell of science!’ says Heidi Aronson, her face dimly lit by the beam of her head torch. In that case, science smells like an egg sandwich that’s been left out past its use-by date and then rolled in mud.”
They are below the earth’s surface. They are in a surface that reeks of hydrogen sulphide and the walls are slimy with slow-growing microbial deposits. The air reeks of hydrogen sulphide and the walls are slimy with slow-growing microbial deposits.
Aronson is hunting aliens. This could be a general breakthrough for Darwinists, Hunting for aliens in a Darwinian way.
Even though life requires a starter that we generally think we think was God.
Lu, Donna. 2019. Why the hunt for alien life is under way far beneath Earth's surface. New Scientist (13 November).