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No one missed that little tidbit right?The alien chunks within Human DNA, Professor Chang further observes, “have its own veins, arteries, and its own immune system that vigorously resists all our anti-cancer drugs.”
This is called argument from ignorance. Just because we don't know everything about something, does that mean it's wrong?Prior to the modern age of space travel and genetics, this theory for the origins of humankind could not have been conceived. And even now, in the 21st century, there are many people who would regard it as science fiction. However, in the light of the problems with the orthodox theory of human evolution, the idea of a genetic intervention by an intelligent human-like species (who themselves evolved on another planet over a more credible time frame) does require to be taken seriously as a potential solution to the mystery.
Ignorance of Martian fossils:Ridiculous. Its only another religous attack on the theory of evolution. It also has gaps, mainly, what do they have to compare it to? Theres not exactly any Alien DNA lying around that we can compare to our own, so we can't immediately say that our "Junk DNA" is extraterrestial.
Also, these scientists seem to have a very dim view on humanity, and therefore look to the stars for hope. That hope is this theory, which hardly has any evidence to support it.
And failure of logic:How can one label DNA as extraterrestrial when no extraterrestrial DNA (or life) has been proven to exist in the first place?
I would think one who believes in naturalistic evolution would not be so quick to compare a theory without wholly conclusive evidence to something I can only describe as a wholly sacreligious, blasphemous statement.Oh yeah, he could be right. Or maybe God polka-danced while being drunk with his best friend Phil and girlfriend Sally, and when his bladder couldn't take anymore, the freaking Universe was created.
My theory is as believable as his.
Outrageous irony:"Big Code" what the HELL is that about?! You should notice that even before they back up their claims they call us "programs" or "grown from a petrei dish" right at the beginning!
Outrageous claims made by a scientist with no interesting credentials. How can we even take what this man is saying very seriously?
... wtf?Ignorance of Martian fossils:
Oh, do highlight the differences.And failure of logic:
And you apparently still don't understand what a scientific theory is:I would think one who believes in naturalistic evolution would not be so quick to compare a theory without wholly conclusive evidence to something I can only describe as a wholly sacreligious, blasphemous statement.