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life arises only there where it is possible for it to arise
And what conditions would make this possible Parasomnium? Given the fact that we can reproduce practically any condition in our labs, why can't we produce the conditions necessary for life?
We should not be surprised to find ourselves in the middle of the habitable zone. Where else could we be?
That's a circular argument.
The way this thread is being argued is thus:
Side a: The earth must be habitable to contain life.
Side b: The earth is habitable because it contains life.
Same argument, different philosophical disposition.
Ironically, the further out we look for life, the less probable it appears that we will find it.
The more desperate our attempts to create life, the less likely it seems that we'll succeed.
The more we find out, the greater our awareness of how much we don't know.
Maybe that's the way it's designed!
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