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After waiting for the page to go live I want to thank Graham Hancock for making me Author of the Month.
I am humbled and honored.

As I describe in my article it is difficult for me to understand how the "thought leaders" who first saw Juan Enriquez's video genetic on sequencing - where he refers to an apple as a computer application - did not ask the same question that I did:

How and where did a 4.6 billion year old organic programming language come from? Could it have been an accident or evolve from simple chemical compounds?

After an in depth comparison with what I know about "our" software - created by Google, Microsoft, et al. it seems clear that DNA as code is something quite remarkable and unique -- and certainly a mind product.

We protect our own software legally as intellectual property, but unfortunately as Michael Crichton pointed out before his death - we allow the patenting of genes (ownership) when they are not human intellectual property.

To me, the recognition that intellectual property is instructing our biology is as awe inspiring and revolutionary as looking directly up at the stars and night and realizing that there REALLY IS no border.

For those interesting in the science of consciousness, I am hoping that this recognition opens "the doors of perception."

Thanks for reading and I look forward to your comments.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04-Jan-17 20:15 by TomBunzel.

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If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 2457 TomBunzel 04-Jan-17 20:14
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 206 Eddie Larry 04-Jan-17 23:07
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 215 Susan Doris 05-Jan-17 00:12
Mod Note > Articles 194 Dr. Troglodyte 05-Jan-17 00:30
Re: Mod Note > Articles 173 Susan Doris 05-Jan-17 06:07
Re: Mod Note > Articles 140 greengirl5 06-Jan-17 08:19
Re: Mod Note > Articles 132 Susan Doris 06-Jan-17 08:31
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 200 Sirius7237 05-Jan-17 03:19
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 175 greengirl5 05-Jan-17 11:46
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 176 Sirius7237 05-Jan-17 16:53
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 154 Eddie Larry 05-Jan-17 20:32
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 179 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 04:47
Just ignore me! 143 greengirl5 06-Jan-17 06:38
Re: Just ignore me! 141 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 16:11
Thank you! 122 greengirl5 06-Jan-17 21:27
Re: Just ignore me! 137 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:42
What drives evolution? 139 cjcalleman 09-Jan-17 01:44
Re: What drives evolution? 114 TomBunzel 09-Jan-17 21:16
Re: What drives evolution? 105 cjcalleman 10-Jan-17 14:42
Re: What drives evolution? 95 drrayeye 10-Jan-17 23:18
Re: What drives evolution? 102 cjcalleman 11-Jan-17 01:06
Re: What drives evolution? 97 Eddie Larry 11-Jan-17 20:26
Re: What drives evolution? 119 cjcalleman 11-Jan-17 22:59
Re: What drives evolution? 115 Eddie Larry 12-Jan-17 02:39
Re: What drives evolution? 108 Susan Doris 12-Jan-17 06:07
Re: What drives evolution? 100 cjcalleman 12-Jan-17 15:08
Re: What drives evolution? 106 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 15:19
Re: What drives evolution? 100 cjcalleman 12-Jan-17 15:41
Re: What drives evolution? 104 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 15:53
Re: What drives evolution? 98 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 19:02
Re: What drives evolution? 103 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 19:10
Re: What drives evolution? 102 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 18:59
Re: What drives evolution? 101 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 19:03
Re: What drives evolution? 100 Susan Doris 13-Jan-17 07:16
Re: What drives evolution? 104 TomBunzel 13-Jan-17 20:18
Re: What drives evolution? 102 Susan Doris 14-Jan-17 06:43
Re: What drives evolution? 105 TomBunzel 14-Jan-17 17:39
Re: What drives evolution? 100 Susan Doris 12-Jan-17 15:44
Re: What drives evolution? 107 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 18:57
Re: What drives evolution? 101 Eddie Larry 13-Jan-17 22:07
Re: What drives evolution? 104 TomBunzel 14-Jan-17 03:23
Re: What drives evolution? 109 Eddie Larry 14-Jan-17 04:08
Re: What drives evolution? 99 TomBunzel 14-Jan-17 17:44
Re: What drives evolution? 98 Eddie Larry 14-Jan-17 18:32
Re: What drives evolution? 100 TomBunzel 14-Jan-17 18:37
Re: What drives evolution? 111 cjcalleman 12-Jan-17 15:05
Re: What drives evolution? 98 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 19:04
Re: What drives evolution? 124 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 18:53
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 131 Susan Doris 06-Jan-17 07:14
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 142 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 16:04
Intelligence 151 brett z 06-Jan-17 12:57
Re: Intelligence 127 Poster Boy 06-Jan-17 14:34
Re: Intelligence 140 brett z 06-Jan-17 15:39
Re: Intelligence 132 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 15:49
Re: Intelligence 144 Eddie Larry 06-Jan-17 15:57
Re: Intelligence 134 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 23:11
Re: Intelligence 128 Poster Boy 07-Jan-17 01:50
Re: Intelligence 127 Eddie Larry 06-Jan-17 15:27
Re: Intelligence 130 brett z 06-Jan-17 15:44
Re: Intelligence 127 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:46
Re: Intelligence 127 Poster Boy 07-Jan-17 01:59
No-thing-ness/void etc. 131 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 02:33
Re: No-thing-ness/void etc. 114 Poster Boy 07-Jan-17 03:19
Re: No-thing-ness/void etc. 141 randompHactor 07-Jan-17 03:34
Re: No-thing-ness/void etc. 123 TomBunzel 07-Jan-17 20:08
Experience 135 Poster Boy 08-Jan-17 02:45
Re: Experience 125 greengirl5 08-Jan-17 06:34
Re: Experience 113 Poster Boy 08-Jan-17 18:16
Re: Experience 125 TomBunzel 08-Jan-17 18:50
Re: Experience 115 Poster Boy 08-Jan-17 19:17
Re: Experience 110 TomBunzel 08-Jan-17 20:05
Re: Experience 107 greengirl5 08-Jan-17 20:46
Re: Experience 112 Poster Boy 08-Jan-17 21:16
All is as it should be 130 greengirl5 08-Jan-17 21:41
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 122 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:39
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 126 Poster Boy 06-Jan-17 06:30
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 138 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 16:02
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 133 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:34
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 115 Poster Boy 07-Jan-17 02:14
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 134 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 04:06
utter almost terrifying randomness. 114 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 09:15
Re: utter almost terrifying randomness. 132 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 16:23
Re: utter almost terrifying randomness. 116 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 21:17
randomness 130 brett z 08-Jan-17 02:45
Re: randomness 107 Poster Boy 10-Jan-17 02:40
Re: randomness 107 TomBunzel 10-Jan-17 18:33
Prime Time 108 Poster Boy 11-Jan-17 02:18
Re: Prime Time 107 brett z 11-Jan-17 03:20
Re: Prime Time 101 Poster Boy 11-Jan-17 03:28
Re: Prime Time 113 Susan Doris 11-Jan-17 16:21
Re: Prime Time 105 brett z 11-Jan-17 16:56
Re: Prime Time 106 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 17:14
Re: Prime Time 102 brett z 11-Jan-17 17:26
Re: Prime Time 95 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 17:33
Re: Prime Time 98 brett z 11-Jan-17 18:18
Re: Prime Time 98 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 18:31
Re: Prime Time 90 brett z 11-Jan-17 18:40
Re: Prime Time 101 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 18:42
Re: Prime Time 97 brett z 11-Jan-17 18:44
Awareness 97 brett z 11-Jan-17 23:38
Re: Awareness 97 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 23:56
Re: Awareness 99 brett z 11-Jan-17 23:58
Re: Awareness 102 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 00:45
Re: Awareness 92 brett z 12-Jan-17 00:47
Re: Awareness 104 Eddie Larry 12-Jan-17 16:38
Re: Awareness 98 brett z 12-Jan-17 17:02
Re: Awareness 91 Eddie Larry 12-Jan-17 19:21
Re: Prime Time 111 Eddie Larry 11-Jan-17 18:18
Re: Prime Time 101 brett z 11-Jan-17 18:38
Re: Prime Time 111 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 19:08
scientific mysticism 101 drrayeye 11-Jan-17 22:20
Re: scientific mysticism 96 randompHactor 11-Jan-17 23:03
Re: scientific mysticism 100 brett z 11-Jan-17 23:29
Re: scientific mysticism 90 drrayeye 12-Jan-17 02:44
Re: scientific mysticism 89 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 03:29
Re: scientific mysticism 87 drrayeye 12-Jan-17 04:34
Re: scientific mysticism 97 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 05:12
Re: scientific mysticism 104 Susan Doris 12-Jan-17 06:11
Re: scientific mysticism 100 drrayeye 12-Jan-17 07:55
Re: scientific mysticism 98 Susan Doris 12-Jan-17 15:52
Every picture tells a story - don't it? 106 Eddie Larry 12-Jan-17 01:06
Re: Every picture tells a story - don't it? 94 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 20:51
Re: Prime Time 94 Poster Boy 12-Jan-17 03:57
Re: Prime Time 94 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 19:10
Re: Prime Time 91 randompHactor 12-Jan-17 19:18
higher order 104 brett z 12-Jan-17 19:47
Re: higher order 83 TomBunzel 12-Jan-17 20:48
Re: higher order 92 drrayeye 12-Jan-17 22:01
Re: Prime Time 95 drrayeye 12-Jan-17 21:57
Maxwell's equations 106 drrayeye 11-Jan-17 19:56
Re: Prime Time 100 Poster Boy 13-Jan-17 00:27
Re: Prime Time 97 Susan Doris 13-Jan-17 07:36
Re: Prime Time 99 drrayeye 13-Jan-17 12:35
Re: Prime Time 92 Susan Doris 13-Jan-17 13:02
Re: Prime Time 92 brett z 13-Jan-17 13:13
Re: Prime Time 91 Susan Doris 13-Jan-17 16:07
Re: Prime Time 97 drrayeye 13-Jan-17 13:15
Re: Prime Time 91 Susan Doris 13-Jan-17 16:10
Mutations beneficial to whom or what? 125 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 03:01
Re: Mutations beneficial to whom or what? 115 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 06:04
Snowshoe hare, photoperiodism, octopuses and that fish 111 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 08:56
Snowshoe hare, photoperiodism, octopuses and that fish 111 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 08:56
Re: Snowshoe hare, photoperiodism, octopuses and that fish 117 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 15:40
Re: Mutations beneficial to whom or what? 119 TomBunzel 07-Jan-17 20:02
evolution 116 brett z 08-Jan-17 02:28
Re: evolution 119 TomBunzel 08-Jan-17 18:56
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 102 Aine 18-Jan-17 17:48
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 95 Poster Boy 20-Jan-17 04:58
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 93 Susan Doris 20-Jan-17 06:33
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 116 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:49
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 110 TomBunzel 07-Jan-17 20:14
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 130 Susan Doris 06-Jan-17 07:05
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 112 TomBunzel 07-Jan-17 20:53
The empirical vs. theoretical science dilemma: randomness 97 drrayeye 09-Jan-17 21:01
Re: The empirical vs. theoretical science dilemma: randomness 106 TomBunzel 09-Jan-17 21:23
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 147 greengirl5 05-Jan-17 11:04
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 158 DUNE 05-Jan-17 12:18
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 137 greengirl5 05-Jan-17 21:21
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 115 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:53
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 139 Sirius7237 06-Jan-17 16:13
What came first? 121 greengirl5 06-Jan-17 22:08
Re: What came first? 117 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 22:56
Re: What came first? 116 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 00:45
Re: What came first? 117 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 04:16
Re: What came first? 123 aurora 07-Jan-17 08:31
Re: What came first? 122 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 11:20
Re: What came first? 104 aurora 07-Jan-17 20:34
Re: What came first? 119 randompHactor 07-Jan-17 15:12
Re: What came first? 114 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 15:42
Re: What came first? 118 randompHactor 07-Jan-17 15:48
Re: What came first? 130 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 16:06
Re: What came first? 124 randompHactor 07-Jan-17 16:30
Re: What came first? 120 aurora 07-Jan-17 20:36
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 126 TomBunzel 06-Jan-17 23:10
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 140 Sirius7237 07-Jan-17 04:22
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 148 Susan Doris 07-Jan-17 06:28
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 132 Spiros 07-Jan-17 14:04
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 132 TomBunzel 07-Jan-17 20:50
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 142 greengirl5 07-Jan-17 21:40
Pattern seekers 150 greengirl5 08-Jan-17 06:30
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 94 michael seabrook 13-Jan-17 18:17
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 98 TomBunzel 13-Jan-17 18:36
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 88 randompHactor 13-Jan-17 19:08
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 93 michael seabrook 13-Jan-17 21:24
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 91 Susan Doris 14-Jan-17 06:47
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 94 michael seabrook 14-Jan-17 07:05
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 101 TomBunzel 14-Jan-17 17:45
Eternity - in both "ends" -! 99 greengirl5 15-Jan-17 23:12
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 104 TomBunzel 13-Jan-17 20:15
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 99 randompHactor 13-Jan-17 20:42
Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 95 greengirl5 14-Jan-17 21:07
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 114 TomBunzel 15-Jan-17 02:00
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 96 Aine 18-Jan-17 17:53
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 93 Eddie Larry 18-Jan-17 18:54
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 98 Aine 18-Jan-17 19:22
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 94 greengirl5 19-Jan-17 03:24
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 93 Vanya 19-Jan-17 08:52
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 92 Susan Doris 19-Jan-17 06:15
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 greengirl5 19-Jan-17 03:19
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 94 Susan Doris 19-Jan-17 06:22
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 85 Poster Boy 20-Jan-17 04:52
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 97 Susan Doris 20-Jan-17 06:07
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 TomBunzel 20-Jan-17 11:40
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 Susan Doris 20-Jan-17 14:41
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 Aine 21-Jan-17 15:02
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 89 randompHactor 21-Jan-17 15:12
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 16:21
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 92 randompHactor 21-Jan-17 16:43
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 87 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 17:10
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 Poster Boy 20-Jan-17 14:40
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 92 Susan Doris 21-Jan-17 06:28
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 16:39
Pulling rank because of age! 86 greengirl5 21-Jan-17 21:19
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 92 Poster Boy 20-Jan-17 14:49
Oh yes, a Big Bang is one of the most natural things to happens! 87 greengirl5 21-Jan-17 21:03
Re: Oh yes, a Big Bang is one of the most natural things to happens! 88 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 04:18
Why is so hard to accept for some? 92 Vanya 19-Jan-17 08:48
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 92 drrayeye 19-Jan-17 13:42
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 93 Vanya 19-Jan-17 14:13
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 96 drrayeye 19-Jan-17 18:47
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 86 Vanya 19-Jan-17 20:30
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 91 Eddie Larry 19-Jan-17 20:38
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 95 randompHactor 19-Jan-17 23:40
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 86 Eddie Larry 20-Jan-17 05:15
Re: Why is so hard to accept for some? 83 randompHactor 20-Jan-17 15:15
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 95 Poster Boy 20-Jan-17 05:21
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 94 Susan Doris 20-Jan-17 06:19
The other question 101 drrayeye 20-Jan-17 09:31
Re: The other question 97 Susan Doris 20-Jan-17 11:23
Re: The other question 91 drrayeye 20-Jan-17 15:11
Re: The other question 102 randompHactor 20-Jan-17 15:25
Re: The other question 88 drrayeye 20-Jan-17 17:13
Re: The other question 91 randompHactor 20-Jan-17 17:34
Needs clarifying 94 drrayeye 21-Jan-17 01:52
If not the age card, then it is the delusion card 84 greengirl5 21-Jan-17 21:30
Re: The other question 104 Susan Doris 21-Jan-17 07:01
Re: The other question 84 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 17:33
Re: The other question 80 Susan Doris 22-Jan-17 06:55
Re: The other question 86 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 17:07
Re: The other question 87 Eddie Larry 20-Jan-17 15:24
Re: The other question 89 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 00:42
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 90 Susan Doris 21-Jan-17 06:43
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 93 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 17:26
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 89 Eddie Larry 21-Jan-17 18:56
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 19:04
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 85 Eddie Larry 21-Jan-17 19:25
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 19:30
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 94 Eddie Larry 21-Jan-17 21:40
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 22:26
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 82 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 04:24
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 87 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 04:41
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 15:16
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 16:05
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 Eddie Larry 25-Jan-17 02:03
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 82 brett z 25-Jan-17 02:07
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 85 Poster Boy 25-Jan-17 02:19
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 95 Eddie Larry 25-Jan-17 03:05
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 Susan Doris 22-Jan-17 06:20
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 96 finaltom 22-Jan-17 11:08
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 85 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 15:18
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 81 randompHactor 21-Jan-17 23:47
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 76 Susan Doris 22-Jan-17 06:12
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 98 randompHactor 20-Jan-17 15:23
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 114 drrayeye 20-Jan-17 17:21
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 98 randompHactor 20-Jan-17 17:30
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 90 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 03:34
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 89 randompHactor 21-Jan-17 04:07
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 92 Poster Boy 21-Jan-17 18:02
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 84 randompHactor 21-Jan-17 23:53
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 brett z 22-Jan-17 00:11
binary code 87 brett z 22-Jan-17 00:59
Re: binary code 86 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 01:05
Re: binary code 92 brett z 22-Jan-17 01:17
Re: binary code 91 Aine 22-Jan-17 12:59
Re: binary code 89 brett z 22-Jan-17 16:12
Much ado about Nothing... 97 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 17:19
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 90 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 01:03
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 89 brett z 22-Jan-17 01:14
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 01:39
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 93 brett z 22-Jan-17 03:05
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 85 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 03:36
Parmenides solved this 2,500 years ago!! 90 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 04:51
"solved" is way too strong a word 83 brett z 22-Jan-17 16:06
Re: "solved" is way too strong a word 79 Eddie Larry 22-Jan-17 16:15
Re: "solved" is way too strong a word 86 brett z 22-Jan-17 16:51
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 86 brett z 22-Jan-17 16:39
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 90 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 16:55
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 88 brett z 22-Jan-17 17:09
Re: Why is eternal so hard to accept for some? 89 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 18:36
Falisfication 95 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 19:37
Re: Falisfication 87 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 21:56
Re: Falisfication 94 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 22:25
Re: Falisfication 91 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 22:46
new thread? 87 brett z 22-Jan-17 22:58
Re: new thread? 94 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 23:09
Re: Falisfication 87 Poster Boy 22-Jan-17 23:07
the car 92 brett z 22-Jan-17 22:46
Re: the car 86 randompHactor 22-Jan-17 23:07
Start a new thread 97 drrayeye 23-Jan-17 03:20
human initator sequence 100 brett z 25-Jan-17 01:01
Re: human initator sequence 90 drrayeye 25-Jan-17 08:44
Re: human initator sequence 91 TomBunzel 25-Jan-17 08:47
Re: human initator sequence 88 Susan Doris 25-Jan-17 09:56
Science or entertaining story? 82 drrayeye 25-Jan-17 13:37
Re: Science or entertaining story? 89 Susan Doris 25-Jan-17 13:52
Re: Science or entertaining story? 90 Aine 25-Jan-17 14:05
Re: Science or entertaining story? 85 Susan Doris 25-Jan-17 16:27
Human children vs. Primates 73 drrayeye 25-Jan-17 18:57
Re: Human children vs. Primates 102 Aine 26-Jan-17 16:11
Susan's science claim 87 drrayeye 25-Jan-17 16:31
Re: Susan's science claim 90 brett z 25-Jan-17 19:47
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 80 AndyBlackard 09-Feb-17 03:33
Re: If DNA is Software, Who Wrote the Code? The Profound Significance of Life’s Programming Language 89 Susan Doris 09-Feb-17 05:59
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