COMMENT [763]

Water makes life possible on Earth, life did not literally “evolve” from water. This is what people often say, they often say that life came out of water but what this seems to indicate to me, is that life on Earth is somewhat “possible” because of water at a bare minimum, this doesn’t mean that just because you find water you will find life, it just means that life on earth was possible because of water as much as it ahs been made “possible” because of many other things, not that life literally “evolves” from anything in water. But what I always like to say is that, life is ultimately the vision of GOD, GOD didn’t necessarily have to make life “need” water or from water. I mean if life was made out of water and because of water then why didn’t all life get made out of water?, humans did not get created from water; according to ancient wisdom, humans have alot more in common with “dust” as opposed to water, so how is life possible because of water “solely” because it was made out of water if “humans” were made from “clay” or “dust”?. Just something to consider.

This is no fictitious evolution; just robust dexterity for the dynamics of reality πŸ‘βš‘πŸ₯³

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  1. Water mixed with atmospheric conditions were able to create the first single felled organism. The first life. Without water that would not be possible.

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    1. what created the “water?”. What created the “atmosphere”, what first created “earth”?, and what created “conditions”?. That is what the problem is with these assumptions 🀣🀣🀣. Go home “novice” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜

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      1. I could answer all of that, but you threw me outta your house, so bye πŸ‘‹

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        1. hahaha you can “answer” it but an “answer” is not a “fact” — BAM 🀣🀣. Go home, sexy πŸ˜‚πŸ’˜πŸ˜

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          1. Neither is man and woman being created from dust and equally, a woman being cast out and a new woman being created for a man’s rib

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            1. haaha I get how those examples can be viewed as ridiculous, but in reality, “life” ONLY comes from other “life” not “clouds” and water in atmospheric conditions. This is proven fact. Single cell organisms did not just fall out of the sky babe πŸ”₯πŸ˜‚πŸŒΉ

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              1. All living creatures need water. And if you are talking about Creationism , where did the other planets come from?

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                1. Yes this is true, but they just as equally need all of the living conditions within earth as a while since none of them or us can survive with only water lol

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                  1. Explain singe celled organisms which have been found on other planets. They are alive, they have found some water, but the conditions are not the same.

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                    1. hahaa I don’ know if those where actually single-cell organisms or just semantics. The people have a funny way of wording things to suite lol

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                    2. No they were. There is no random semantics. β€œSingle celled organism” has a very clear scientific definition. If it wasn’t one, it wouldn’t be called one, it would be called something else.

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                    3. lol can you tell me what you are specifically talking about?. I have an idea but I can’t quite remember in detail what the name of this “discovery” is about πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. But I am very sure that it was not actual life. It can’t be life it wasn’t actually LOL

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                    4. I can’t remember where the single celled organisms were found. It’s too early for my brain
                      But I know there is a gas found in Venus that is on Earth too. The only known cause of this gas is as a byproduct of single celled life forms. It helps to create the atmospheric conditions for more complex life forms to evolve. Starts with an R or P. Trying to remember what the word looked like when I read it.
                      In some cases, like the single celled organisms on Mars, it was a huge deal, but some people claimed that it was brought by the probes. Probably not, but that is an alternate theory of one is inclined to disbelieve.
                      Plus the cosmos extends far past the Milky Way, so who knows what is truest out there

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                    5. Yes you are talking about a “byproduct”, this id as empty as saying that they have found the “building block” of life; it means nothing if they have not actually found the original living organisms that these chemicals are said to be from. I will try to fig it up so that I can refresh my mind on the details but I am sure that they did not find anything that was actually living, it was a “clue”, in their minds, at best πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    6. Well we haven’t been to Venus yet. Too close to the sun.

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                    7. we shouldn’t even have to “desperately” go that far hahaha, but yeah πŸ˜‚

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                    8. I’m kind a space junky. I would love to be able to go on the first public transport. Now THAT would be a mile-high club! 😜

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                    9. ‘I’m kind a space junky. I would love to be able to go on the first public transport. Now THAT would be a mile-high club! 😜”

                      oh yeah, that would be AWESOME hahaha

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                    10. Yes! Can you imagine? Assuming no one gets knocked out by accident, joining the mile high club in 0 grav? Omg!

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                    11. hahaha getting knocked out in 0 gravity woludn’t be good at all lol

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                    12. No, but fucking in it would be awesome. But that’s probably how you get knocked out. So I can only see two options: leaking love and staying pressed against each other to keep each other from whacking into a wall, or one grabs something sturdy and not floating while the other holds on to them and rams from behind.

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                    13. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚βœŒοΈπŸ’˜πŸ’•

                      can you believe us being the first to ever fuck in zero gravity successfully?? — oh my god πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    14. I wonder if we’d end up in the Guinness Book for first ever with the time it lasted. So the next folks can break it lol

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                    15. Hahaha that’s a fun idea πŸ‘πŸŽ‰πŸ˜‚. It will be funny to see them try 🀣, but they can’t keep up with this (us πŸ’πŸ˜˜πŸ₯°)

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                    16. we don’t know that yet…I think it’d be fun to see if together we are marathon or sprint…

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                    17. oohh so it’s more of a test about “us” than “them” πŸ€”πŸ˜‚. You, my beautiful sexy baby, are trying to set me up for “astronomical” assessment πŸ˜‚

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                    18. no…. to see if we’d make the world record for longest, hardest, hottest fuckery in 0 gravity and be able to keep it!

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                    19. πŸ€­πŸ€­πŸ˜‚ WOW we better go into Space with that kind of fucking πŸ˜‚πŸ’; Earth cannot sustain this kind of sexiness πŸ‘πŸ˜‰πŸ’˜

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                    20. You’re the one that should be able to get us there. If I recall…..you are some kind of alien with super knowledge of human sexuality?

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                    21. Hahaha that was just my “politically correct” answer at the time to your hot question πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. You have very convenient “memory”, are you sure you’re not Artificial Intelligence? 🀣

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                    22. Woah…. you are like the third person in three months to say that to me….. that’s not a normal thing that people hear all the time….

                      Maybe there’s something very odd about me πŸ€”

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  2. Yes, very logical explanation. We can say that life on earth is apparently possible because of water excellent ability to dissolve in a variety of molecules. It’s a universal solvent as we already know and understand.

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    1. Yes πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ, very good perspective that actually helps further contextualize in what relation water has with “helping” life to exist πŸ˜‚. And then we can also bring all the other elements into the picture like what role oxygen plays and what role sunlight plays etc lol.

      I loved you commentary and it is very awesome to hear from you again Rabia πŸ™βœŒοΈπŸ˜

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