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ZetaTalk: Life Began
Note: written Apr 15, 1997
With all the talk about seeding planets with life bearing potential to give them a start and genetic engineering of species with conscious intelligence potential to boost
the potential for sparking forming entities, the reader might think that life does not begin without an assist. This is of course not the case, as how did life first begin if
not by a natural course.
- There are sectors of the Universe forming from a big bang where existing intelligent entities do not travel as the chemical mix there would be poisonous to
them, and beyond the impossibility of travel no DNA implanted would survive! Life begins there and evolves to intelligent species all without assistance, and
until the entities are mature enough to converse with other sans bodies, communication with those entities elsewhere that still require incarnations is at a
standstill. Administration of these parts of the Universe is conducted by wise and massive entities who operate in light form.
- There are seeded planets where life begins not from the DNA implanted, but rather with DNA that evolves naturally. Those who seeded the planet return to
check on their handiwork and find a surprise. Likewise the genetic engineering of intelligent species can take surprising turns. It sometimes happens that the
species selected as most likely to evolve and given a boost dies out and another becomes the dominant intelligent species, or perhaps a contest ensues and
the species selected by the visiting engineers is not the winner. Natural evolution is dictating the outcome in these matters.
- Where life is complex, it is built of simple building blocks. As with the childs game of Lego, where a single oblong building block with multiple connection
points on its sides can create vast structures, just so each component of DNA with limited abilities to bond with other components in and of themselves, can
form complex strands. There is complexity not in the bond itself, but in the resulting strand, which has the capacity to replicate itself due to the tendency of
chemicals to arrange themselves along the strand in accordance with the pattern already established.
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