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Teru Wong

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Is it possible that the natural role of humankind is the life cycles of this planet and the physical presence of the God is the Earth?

Evolution has given us higher intelligence. It did not change our natural role in the universe. Distance between each living planet keep us from other forms of living. Otherwise, we are bacteria to the planets. Central nerve systems allow us to think. Then physical presence always comes first. Lives have hierarchy. It depends on scale.


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  • Feb 22 2011: The statement is ambiguous. I have difficulty to pin point your central issue. Do you endorse the Gaya Theory? Can you please elaborate more?
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      Mar 25 2011: It is neither pantheism nor Gaia hypothesis. The assumption I put forward herewith is that the whole universe consists of lives in different levels. By comparing the structure of the Earth with the mother cell, we have the clues of our natural role in this universe. People resent from the truth such as the absence of lives in the nearby planets and the history of biological evolution from the three domains of lives. Instead, many trend to seek reliefs from religions. "Deceiving yourself is deceiving the others." You all know well that the God never appears physically because we are indivisible (inside her physical presence). The God is only a manipulator, which coexists with us. My question is about the TIME. When will all of us admit the truth that Lives in Different Levels is an universal hypothesis that is the ultimate answer for all religions and our existence.

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