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Hawking Endorses Spacemen

The lamestream media told you:

Genius physicist Stephen Hawking has announced that mankind's only chance for survival ultimately depends on our ability to colonize space. Leaders of the scientific community were delighted at the prominent physicist's remarks, and expect increases in funding to numerous federal projects.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Polls show that most people believe life already exists on countless other worlds in an incredibly large universe. The numbers are so astronomical, people say, that life must have arisen elsewhere just based on the odds.

Less known are detailed calculations and scientific thought that suggests, given the incredible complexity of life and a universe of this size, it is unlikely that life would have arisen in even one spot so far.

This theory recognizes, of course, that we do exist, and suggests we may be the very first, given how young the cosmos is. This would explain the complete lack of evidence of any other life in the universe, despite widely held beliefs to the contrary, and even rumors of cavity searches.

If the earth's own example is a valid model, life begins at one spot and spreads, meaning we are the primordial seed for all population everywhere, adding value to Hawkings musings, and unreported by the media.

The Foundation Trilogy, Isaac Asimov's science-fiction novels considered by some to be the greatest work of its kind ever written, is placed so far in the future that no one among billions of populated worlds recalls where the original planet was, but genetic evidence clearly shows all life sprang from a single point and spread.

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