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OK, fishy I added you as well.  I was online a couple of days ago after been away for a while and there was actually a nice croud of people online, on the worldwide section.  The reces never had less than 7 racers.  No one from my friends list though, if that is what you meant by "not that many people do..."


Anyway, hope to see you online soon.

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I still go in once in a while... my code is 4768-8196-5688... Is your code there as well? Could you send your code if it is not there?  Otherwise I'll get it from there and add you if that is ok with you.


My wife gets online to play MK sometimes as well but I do not have her number at hand... I can send it to you if you'd like.


Take care

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I think what you tried originally is the right, and that I know the only way, to join a friend on a worldwide/regional race.  If you see a friend is connected go to the friends room select the friend that is online and click join the race.


It has always worked for me, so far.  I have been able to join and race friends in the US,  UK, Brazil. The only times it fails to connect is when I have someone playing with me in my console and we try to join someone and I guess it fails because there may be 11 or 12 players, thus there is no space for the two of us to join and it gives me an error message saying "Unable to connect" or something like that.  It could be the case that when you two are trying to meet on a worldwide/regional race you are having very bad luck and the room is already full, thus not allowing you to meet.  But if you keep trying if should work at some poing because people usually come and go out of race rooms.


Not sure if this somehow helps in answering your question... hope it does...

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Not to mention that he did it by invading their home (Bowser castle)... so I guess the charges may have been trespassing and assault... lol

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He has beaten Bowser and his family several times... ?

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Great dizzy boy, thanks for the info! 

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I have played online but have not played agains anyone on my friend list and have a quick question regarding racing online against friends.  How many people from my friends list can I race against at once?  Can I do a 12 persons race with different people in my friend list?  Or are races only one on one (2 against 2 if using the same console)?


Also if I have multiple active licences in my game can the second licence race against my friends as well (of course using my licence since it is the one under which most of my friends are registered)?  If the first question is only one on one... that would also answer this last question.


Thanks

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Agree with WeeMan and Ajay.  Great job Andy!  Just a minor comment.  Did you tried a slightlier darker skin color?

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It's got nothing to do with how good you were in the race. It's all relative to how many points you have already and how many drivers were in the race.



yea yea i noticed that to! how many people you raced!


 


Sorry for the weird Quote & Reply... I'm one of those left in the dust with Explorer! lol  Anyway, I believe the strange point allocation you refer to is because the person on fourth place (e.g.  4800 pts) may have beaten several people with higher scores (e.g. 6000) and the one in second place may have had 7000 points so the distribute the points based on the quality of opponents you beat on the race (e.g. 100 pts to the fourth place vs. 50 pts. for the 2nd place).... not sure this was very clear but hope it helps...

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Oh, and Josean, the fundamental flaw in your coma patient analogy is that a coma patient has the potential to wake up at any moment and regain his or her previous state of self-awareness. An embryo on the other hand is a blob of h0mogenous cells that has absolutely no capacity for consciousness whatsoever.




Of course it does. Exactly like a coma patient or any other unconscious person, give it time, you'll see.

You've simply emphasized on the similarities.



@Tito



It's evident you're in a matter of double standards. There are individuals born with certain defects who will never be deemed worthy enough in your eyes to be considered humans, since they do not qualify under your standards.



What we've learned so far?

There are 2 major requirements to be human:



1) You need to have passed through a vagina once in your life

2) You need to have a perfect brain with complete self-awareness



We can kill everyone who doesn't qualify with these requirements. They're just meat and bones!


What you've learned so far I don't believe is the same I have been understanding.

Josean" "We can kill everyone who doesn't qualify with these requirements. They're just meat and bones! Completely wrong and don't see where you get this from... Since I had clearly stated previously: "Such individuals have already being born thus should be considered and treated as human beings."

Josean: "Of course it does. Exactly like a coma patient or any other unconscious person, give it time, you'll see."

But unlike the coma patient the embryo has never been a conscious individual. Thus, the expecting mother should have the right to terminate the pregnancy at least at this stage of the process.
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Quote Josean:
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I believe at some early stage it's right. To answer my second question, I believe that a embryo isn't a 'human being' yet.











Then what is it?





A dog?















It could actually be a dog... most living organisms were an embryo at some point of their development. So if we are referring to a human developmental stage it is a human embryo not a human being.
A human Embryo IS a human being






I personally and respectfully disagree. I believe a fetus (from 9 weeks after fertilization until birth) is the closest developmental stage that could be considered a human being.





Eventhough, other "pro-choice" individuals may go even a little bit further by considering a fetus a human being once its brain has developed to the point where it experiences self-awareness.




So, you're saying that coma patients and people born with certain genetic defects are not human beings?

No, that is not what I'm saying. Such individuals have already being born thus should be considered and treated as human being. And they were probably all self aware at some point in their lifes unlike embryos.
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As far as "Now, if amino acids were to be formed spontaneously, approx half would be R and half would be L, as evidenced from the experiments. However, all 20 amino acids we need are L. How on Earth would amino acids turn all into Ls and specifically the 20 kinds of amino acids essential for life?!"

Well, everytime an aminoacid is formed there is a 50% chance that it will be L or R there is a very good probability that at some point (e.g. when 100 molecules of a specific amino acid are formed) that 50 are "L" and 50 are "R".

How the 20 essential aminoacids were formed... that is a question many are still working to find an answer for...
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I'll assume everything you've said about the primordial soup is accurate. That doesn't mean the experiment failed. Experiments don't fail or succeed, they give us information. We know that the conditions in the jar aren't enough for life to have formed. We've now learned something and have moved one step closer to the truth. The 50 year old experiment of zapping the jar is a red herring. You don't need to debunk it because it isn't the dominant model.



We do believe that there is some explanation though. I can't quite tell what your view actually is. Whether you believe some evolution happened, but god made the first cell, or if you're an Adam and Eve guy. But I'll say again that putting god into the equation is never an answer. It is an excuse to give up. God's ways are mysterious, and he's not talking so I guess we'll never know how life can begin. Even if god did do something, we should never allow that into science, because who knows what he did and didn't do. Should we stop all research now because everything we don't have an explanation for must have been god's handiwork?


I can only say...

Amen! to what rababob and Andy have just stated.

"Scientists are exploring several possible locations for the origin of life, including tide pools and hot springs. However, recently some scientists have narrowed in on the hypothesis that life originated near a deep sea hydrothermal vent (FAR ENOUGH FROM UV RAYS AND HOT ENOUGH NOT TO NEED THE LIGHTNING ELEMENT). The chemicals found in these vents and the energy they provide could have fueled many of the chemical reactions necessary for the evolution of life. Furthermore, using the DNA sequences of modern organisms, biologists have tentatively traced the most recent common ancestor of all life to an aquatic microorganism that lived in extremely high temperatures %u2014 a likely candidate for a hydrothermal vent inhabitan. Although several lines of evidence are consistent with the hypothesis that life began near deep sea vents, IT IS FAR FROM CERTAIN: the investigation continues and may eventually point towards a different site for the origin of life."
http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/0_0_0/origsoflife_03
http://www.ncseweb.org/resources/articles/9437_keep_science_free_from_creatio_2_24_1994.asp
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Quote Josean:
I believe at some early stage it's right. To answer my second question, I believe that a embryo isn't a 'human being' yet.











Then what is it?





A dog?















It could actually be a dog... most living organisms were an embryo at some point of their development. So if we are referring to a human developmental stage it is a human embryo not a human being.
A human Embryo IS a human being






I personally and respectfully disagree. I believe a fetus (from 9 weeks after fertilization until birth) is the closest developmental stage that could be considered a human being.





Eventhough, other "pro-choice" individuals may go even a little bit further by considering a fetus a human being once its brain has developed to the point where it experiences self-awareness.




So, you're saying that coma patients and people born with certain genetic defects are not human beings?


No, I'm not. Those individuals are clearly past their embrionic stage (and fetal stage).
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Quote Josean:
I believe at some early stage it's right. To answer my second question, I believe that a embryo isn't a 'human being' yet.







Then what is it?



A dog?









It could actually be a dog... most living organisms were an embryo at some point of their development. So if we are referring to a human developmental stage it is a human embryo not a human being.
A human Embryo IS a human being


I personally and respectfully disagree. I believe a fetus (from 9 weeks after fertilization until birth) is the closest developmental stage that could be considered a human being.

Eventhough, other "pro-choice" individuals may go even a little bit further by considering a fetus a human being once its brain has developed to the point where it experiences self-awareness.
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Quote Josean:
I believe at some early stage it's right. To answer my second question, I believe that a embryo isn't a 'human being' yet.



Then what is it?

A dog?



It could actually be a dog... most living organisms were an embryo at some point of their development. So if we are referring to a human developmental stage it is a human embryo not a human being.
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Again, that's not the issue. Soldiers can think whatever they like, but if they spend too much time questioning what they're doing, they'll fail in their mission. That's why they shouldn't. The very nature of a soldier is to follow orders; that's why the rest of us have a duty to the soldiers to hold our government accountable and make sure soldiers' lives are being risked only where absolutely necessary.


It seems we are going to continue going in circles here... anyway, I understand what you are trying to say and understand that a soldier is meant to follow orders.

That doesn't mean you have to follow orders if you find they are against your basic principles or whatever you consider your values. That's why they should question what they do, and be certain that they are not being forced to do something they don't want to do.

Unfortunately, given that they have already voluntarily decided to become soldieres, it is a much more dificult desicion. And even though they may end up in prison, they always can and should be sure they are doing (not just thinking about it) what they believe is right.

Well, I think this is my last post on this topic. So thanks for sharing your thoughts Andy.
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What are soldiers to be denied of the same rights other humans have?




You misunderstand. I didn't say soldiers have no right to question a war; I merely said it's not their job: is, in fact, counterproductive to their job. They should focus on accomplishing whatever missions they are given, and leave it to the people not fighting to worry about the larger issues.


Well, questioning orders which may go against your principles, whether they come from the president or a McDonalds manager, is definitely each person's job/duty.

In the end, freedom of thought may be the only real freedom you will ever have, thus is worth to defend even if sometimes it means loosing/quiting your "job" (some people have lost more than that fighting for what they believe).
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these are interesting points guys but you only look at this through indivialistic point of view.. i would like to know how other countries view poverty..anyone from another country?


It would definitely be interesting to hear the perspective of people from other countries...

Though the latter causes that have been mentioned I believe are universal and I am almost sure would apply to other countries as well...

"greed, vanity, pleasures, avarice, power-hunger and the desire to maintain their stronghold." motivate the few rich individuals to become richer consequently making the rest poorer...

But lets see if someone from another country provides us with their point of view.
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Otro boricua por aqui!




Though I've moved to Zimbabwe. ;)


yeah, I noticed! lmao! But them stopped and though... hummm well it's Josean, could be true... 8/

Well, I moved to Virginia, though I'm still a "boricua"! hehe
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Otro boricua por aqui!
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but matt those are not you beliefs they are some one elses.. i said what do YOU think causes poverty, not the statistics


Those are my beliefs. Those are the beliefs I made with the statistics I provided. Statistics are what causes people to formulate an opinion, otherwise you're just choosing a side to choose a side.



There's one simple logical way to look at this.



If there wasn't a South, will there really be a North?

Seriously, if darkness didn't exist, would you be able to tell me light existed?

In order to be a North, there has to be a South.



In order to have poverty, we need to have rich people. If no one was poor, would it really mattered if you were rich?




I completely agree with you on that one Josean. There will always be the rich and the poor, but it's our job to make sure that there's also that middle class in between. Otherwise the rich will just become richer and the poor will become poorer.



Like i said though, truly the people in the U.S are lucky. We do have people in poverty, but those numbers are very little. Most people who think they're poor are a lot better off then 'poor' people in other countries.


Statistics are just numbers and as it has been shown on countless times they can be manipulated and/or presented in a way that better supports the presenter's point of view. So be careful when formulating your opinion based on statistics provided by someone else, and make sure to go beyond the numbers.

Because, 24% may sound like a low number... but 24% of 37 million are 8.8 million individuals (and these numbers are just an example). 8.8 million human beings that most probably don't care about the statistics or what poors in other countries are going through because they are living through it everyday. Maybe living through this "better poverty" for a week or a month could give you better facts about what it really is...

And sadly, I'd have to agree with Josean in that ending poverty may just be impossible and that the cause may just simply be humans greed and ambition.

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I agree: questioning a war is the job of other people, not the soldiers.


What are soldiers to be denied of the same rights other humans have?

So, does this mean that if one day a communist takes over the US government and orders a soldier to kill your family, that does not agree with his regime, he should do so whithout thinking about it?

"Without Freedom of thought, there can be no such Thing as Wisdom; and no such thing as public Liberty, without Freedom of speech."

Benjamin Franklin

So, I agree with Josean...
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@ MattJamnik: I am just confused by the two apparently opposing stands you had on your two posts (see quotes below)... not really sure about what you really believe.

The Earth has always undergo through natural cycles of temperature fluctuations that is a fact. The point here is that the changes that are being experienced seem to be more drastic and sharp than naturally ocurring fluctuations, causing many of the observed changes that Josean and others have described before. So the increased use of cars and other activities, mostly dependent on fossil fuels, (e.g. power plant emissions), other green house gases producing activities, deforestation, etc have had a big impact on current global warming trends. All of which have increased significantly since the Industrial revolution as dizzy boy pointed out.

MattJ on Global Warming

"...have many reasons to believe this, but i believe it is strongly connected to human-caused Carbon Dioxide."


"I believe that Global Warming is Natural and NOT man-made."
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lol to both of you. XD



I agree with MTL that if you first voted your represenatives in but disagree with them later,

...eh'..you did it. :/


Right, you voted for the reps and should accept their desicions based on that... that seems fair...

But why waste millions of dollars in elections in which at the end each person's may not mean anything? They could probably use that money for much better causes such as education, research, etc.

Unluckily most of the money will probably go down the drawin on a war instead of strenghtening security within the national territory.
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Quote Ben F**kin' Holt:
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how many do you need to be profiled?
Josean only hs 24 or so.


The number of Miis a user has posted does not determines if someone gets profiled but the quality as determined by other users judgment. Though I am not sure how many people need to click on the "Profile Artist" button on a particular user's page to have that user be profiled, which I think was brainiac's question.

Jose N. Does the automated system requires a specific number of clicks on the "Profile Artist" button to send a Profile Artist invitation?

As a side note, the option for people to vote for users to be profiled was not in place by the time Josean and many other users were profiled earlier in the life of miiplaza.net.
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Thanks for the update, very useful!
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A bee by Bradwii! One of the best bug miis around!


First time I've seen this mii, it is pretty good actually.
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Thanks for the compliment RedSoxFan but my Hanks just isn't in the same class as Autx's. He is the single best 'real-person caricaturist' in the history of mii design. I can only hope to be touched by one hundredth of his genius.

Well celery, I am definitely a fan of Autx and his real life Miis... but on this particular one, if there was a "Tom Hanks Mii Contest" I would give my vote to yours!
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Quote isic:
Well juan if you want to get technical then one little tiny change will make the mii different, but that is not the point! When we say that a mii is a copy we mean that it is too close to another mii to be called your own creation, that is when you give credit to the original artist where you got the ides from! Look at my venom or my batman miis! They are perfect examples of miis that are too close for comfort, so I made sure that the original artist got the credit they deserve! To just deny an obvious copy is not right!




Just to reinforce isic's point... are these two copies? By the "dictionary" definitions being cited most would probably say no, and probably they aren't copies, though one of them served as a model/inspiration to making the second so pointing this out with a short note: "Adapted from Anthony B's original Batman version (with eyebrow marks)." is definitely worthwile even if you have made enough changes to make a mii completely different.

BTW,Josean, I have never watched Chicken Little's movie so never really noted your clever change! lol that was a good one!
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Now, this guy sometimes I'm not sure if he is crazy or a genius... maybe he is both! But nevertheless I'd have to say his work is definitely great. I consider one of his recent work definitely originally great... Mario Myers. Anyway, keep up the great work guys!
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Autx is one of my favorite Mii artists and Freddie Mercurie is an example of one of the great Miis of a great Rock legend. .
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Well and from celery's work I'll have to say that I believe his Tom Hank's interpretation is my favorite and definitely among the great ones. .
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This one besides of being a great and original one I found very amusing.
Screamer by BBQ Iggy.
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Completely agree with celery's pick of my fellow country man Benicio del Toro from Ali's work and will have to add his Bram Stroker's Dracula interpretation as one of the Great ones.
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I'll have to start saying that there are too many great Miis! I started bookmarking some but I found myself forced to stop doing so!
Anyways this are some I consider great Miis in no particular order.
James Brown
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Great Job! Did you do this using the same software or is this hand painted?
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Hey Dylan, here is mine http://www.miiplaza.net/mii/11386
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Quote Andy Anonymous:
I think they often come from a Mii that was submitted in the Posting Plaza, which becomes popular and a bunch of people in turn copy for the contest.



People who use that channel really do have no shame. Every time one of my Miis becomes highly rated, a few weeks later there are at least two dozen copies of it floating around under other names. Is this what people nowadays have turned into?


I agree Andy, and in some cases is even worst than that... I have seen Miis I have made with low ratings in CMO and then find copies with 5 star ratings...

I am definitely not interested in uploading more Miis, participating in contests, voting or the CMO channel at all. I am actually considering deleting the channel from my Wii since I do not see any value added by the channel. I rather do the polls on the other channel... i forgot its name though...
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hmm...... how many times has this frackus ensued??? Ahhhh....... the trivialities of unenlightened life, science will set you free!!!! (All i'm saying is that extraterrestrial life has to be proven by science and faith must connect and apply) As unfortunate as it may be coomon man won't believe a thing unless its shoved up our noses, down our throats and out our ... well you no wat i mean. If any of the farmers accounts are actually true, no one would believe..... this idea of "life out there" has been turned into another boy who cried wolf.... It is a waste of man's intellect to fight over this. I know itll be impossible for me to change the world, so ill just sit back and watch the rest of mankind stress over this.... If you want to do something about it why don't we make a crew of skeptics and believers and shove them into the abyss that is our universe.... Look for yourself, its not a matter of whether or not...... follow that belief, and for skeptics - encourage them, let them seek for the proof you want. "the absense of evidence is not the evidence of absense" there are knowns and unknowns, known unknowns and unknown knowns - but take into account for the unknown unknowns, open your minds and look acroos that infitesimal space and find us what we need.... Closure... just because theres life doesn't mean there isn't a god. Taking it into account other life and God are set on the same means, common man wants proof; so why don't we find it ourselves instead of arguing across three pages of the miiplaza forums?

lmao! What were you smoking? This made me think of a "That 70 Show" go around the table type of scene! lol
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lmao! nice pink bike!
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Guess I am done as well. As always, nice to exchange ideas with you all.
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@TITO



Yes, we may never know how the primitive atmosphere was during the beginnings of Earth. I'm just debating the theory some scientist support.



According to his theory, in the beginning Earth had an atmosphere composed of carbon dioxide, methane, ammoniac and water. Basing our studies on this theory we can have an understanding of what can be possible and what cannot be.



@Matt



I'm not sure about the mathematical aspect of this idea, but i do know that you may be considering some of the wrong aspects. We're talking about ANY life whatsoever being able to arise somewhere else.



You don't seem to understand what I wrote. I'm talking about the formation of a single living cell. It couldn't have happened by chance.



By the way, there IS no evidence that there's any life out there besides our own, but on the same thought, there's ALSO no evidence that there isnt any life out there besides our own.



That assumption is exactly the same gut-feeling driven believes promoted by religious leaders.



It's a logical fallacy to assume something is true because of the lack of knowledge.



With what we have and know here. Life couldn't have originated by chance.



I wrote a pretty long post about this in another website. I'll repost it here in my next post. You can read it if you want, it's pretty long.

You are right Josean in that current theories do provide a description of what is believed the atmosphere may have been then... but again, like everything in science these is probably a good example of an incomplete understanding of "the rules" or lack of many pieces of a very complex puzzle. In the end, none of us will know the truth until we die (but we won't be able to pass the news along), someone comes down on a cloud and abducts a bunch of us (maybe should not include myself), or the missing pieces of the puzzle are found. Only time will tell.

"By the way, there IS no evidence that there's any life out there besides our own, but on the same thought, there's ALSO no evidence that there isnt any life out there besides our own."

That assumption is exactly the same gut-feeling driven believes promoted by religious leaders."

I don't think this is "exactly" the same idea... unlike religious leaders promoted believes, science is never definitive... so I interpret the above statement as saying that you can not assume it does not exists and in anyway confirming it exists...

It's a logical fallacy to assume something is true because of the lack of knowledge, with this I agree a 100%

With what we have and know here. Life couldn't have originated by chance. Agree with this as well, but the original question/poll was about life in another planet, independently of it being intelligent, having been created by chance or by someone else...

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'Ben', please dont bring religion into this discussion. we're having an intelligent discussion and we're not bringing religion into it at all. otherwise we could ask the age old question of, "is there a god?" because theres no proof that there is, but theres no proof that there isnt, thats up to you to decide what you believe.



on the otherhand....



Josean, I never stated that i thought there was intelligent extraterrestrial life somewhere out there. i just stated that i thought there might be other life out there besides our own. I still think that its silly to think otherwise.



out of the billions and trillions of other land masses, you dont believe that one may harbor some form of living thing? i think thats just insane. The universe is endless as far as we know and the numbers of planets and glaxies could go on and on.



I'm not sure about the mathematical aspect of this idea, but i do know that you may be considering some of the wrong aspects. We're talking about ANY life whatsoever being able to arise somewhere else.



Sure you need proteins, water, carbon, nitrogen, amoung many other things, but with the trillions of other planets out there and the fact that we believe the universe may be endless, the possibility of there being some form of life out there is very likely.



By the way, there IS no evidence that there's any life out there besides our own, but on the same thought, there's ALSO no evidence that there isnt any life out there besides our own.



Sidenote: (Josean, i really like where this is going and i think its great that we're having a logical discussion about this. im not sure what will take place, but dont take anything i say towards you offensively because i honestly dont mean it that way. also, lets try not to bring religion into this because like i said above, we can just start asking ourselves more questions, and this could end up ugly, so lets keep it logical and fun. :])


I think you made a good point here Matt...

Idependently of how life got to exist here on Earth... Why couldn't life have started elsewhere? If it evolved or was created, do we have to be informed somehow of anything that happens elsewhere in the Universe? Just some additional questions to think about...

Be it intelligent or not, life forms... I do hope if it does exists, that it is more "intelligent" and tolerant than life on Earth.
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Too complicated of a subject for anyone to explain here, on any scientific forum or religious forum for what that's worth.
Seems like everyone has pretty much made up their mind and don't seem to consider any other posibilities or the least probable conditions.

None of us was there thus none of us will never have the facts on what were the actual (real conditions) of that environment thus it would be hard to tell whether or not it was impossible (or possible) for a particular chemical reaction to happen either by chance or by the laws of physics and thermodynamics. In the end all is speculation.

Most of this I think is well summarized on Andy's statement: "In other words, impossible things don't happen. If an impossible thing happens, it's because it was never impossible in the first place: we simply didn't understand the rules."

On the other hand... you made a very strong statement Josean :"There is NO EVIDENCE for intelligent extraterrestrial life, so it would be irresponsible to assume it exists."

There are many "things" we humans don't have evidence for, though we choose to believe in their existence or choose to take them as facts...


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D@mn! This is definitely the best comments thread on a Mii so far! You guys should do a contest about this (best Mii comment thread!)!
Anyway... MY OPINION: CMO sucks big time! TOP whatever is worth $h!T (with all due respect)!!
By the way, great Mii Mr. TIP! You are definitely on my TOP 10 on the WWW! Tried to give it 5 * but did not allowed me to vote...
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Quote Ben F**kin' Holt:
Oldest- TITO (I think)

Youngest- *Jerry*


Hey thanx for the vote "Ben"! lol But I guess there seems to be someone older than me (40 to 49 range) though the person did not identified himself/herself. For the record I am 32!
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Great job BB, very original! 5 *
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Here is my code: 4545-3154-8860

I'll add you both, next time I play. Let me know if you have added me as well.