- Tony Sandy
- United Kingdom
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Life from space?
Firstly, are you aware that Fred Hoyle and an Indian Colleague of his, had the theory that life was seeded from space via a comet?
What if micro-organisms that feed directly on minerals and have been found to live in areas lacking oxygen, are the ancestors of all life on this planet and therefore could prove this theory true?
What if civilizations are nature's ultimate goal as the highest life form available, to propagate existence on a planet? What if humanoid life forms then are drawn to instinctively create robots, to probe deep space because they can go where oxygen breathing organisms can't? What if nano technology then leads to self-repairing androids, that can go on forever and in turn manufacture cells that can survive in space as do these live organisms, only we call them viral?