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  • I'm for evolution , but its all subjective.
  • In my opinion, evolution *will* happen, given enough time. We see evidence of evolution happening right now. It simply falls out from the way genes work. There is lots of evidence for evolution having happened continuously for a long time. So if it was aliens, they were a very long tine ago. If it was creation, either that was a very long time ago or the Creator has created fossils to make it look as if it was a very long time ago i.e. the Creator is a liar,
  • The Biblical story of creation in 6 days can be shown to be false. But if by creationism you mean God interfering in subtle ways to bring about humans, it's impossible to judge that likelihood, except perhaps as the inverse of as the likelihood of evolution. Evolution from single-cell organisms to complex life would seem to be amazingly unlikely, but then it's a mongo universe out there. . By alien intervention, do you mean aliens guiding the development of life on Earth? It seems amazingly hard to believe that any technological civilization could master interstellar flight, or would be able to or want to stick around a planet for billions (that's THOUSANDS of millions) of years to give rise to smelly ignorant destructive ape-lings such as ourselves. Besides, aliens would have to come from somewhere themselves.
  • A lot of people may differ in opinion when it comes to the Q of how we got here. Creationism is a simple answer, it is an excusable response to hide the logical truth. Alien intervention is a theory of sheer fantasy, as it is already proven that life permeates the universe in a variety of extreme enviroments. Evolution is the most probable scenario, though it comes under intense scrutiny just as everything else does, but that's the philosophy of the science, to scrutinize itself as well. Evolutinists and other related sciences are constantly piecing the puzzle together from the fossil records, thus far, from the picture they have put together, very much supports the claim pointed out by Charles Darwin.
  • It's evolution for me. Creationism is myth; alien intervention is probable but is not scientifically proven.
  • Evolution is the most likely because it has the most (and only) supporting evidence. Alien intervention is very unlikely, but more likely than creationism, because it also involves evolution (just the evolution of a different species, on a different planet). All this talk about "the beauty of nature is proof of God's creation" - hogwash.
  • how's this... 1) creationism -> that of single celled organisms (ideally by a higher power) 2) evolution -> of single celled organisms into multi- celled organisms, and so on and so forth 3) alien intervention -> possibly experimentation on lesser primates by augmenting the genes, in order to create the human animal; maybe if you asked an alien why, he/she/it would say "because god works to slow", or "because we can"... (we've added the bio-luminescence gene to certain aquarium fish to make a more "entertaining" pet)
  • ALL THE ABOVE: Beings from another dimention parallel to our own wich is no greater or no less vast than our "existing" universe has unwittingly interveined in the delicate balance of tri-dimentional "thought" after "pushing the envelope" of their ever expanding knowledge. This set forth OUR time-space continuum as we understand it, lending to their discovery of two more dimentions beyond their own. One in wich THEY CREATED a life force designed to produce "beings" through the process of EVOLUTION! The third dimention of "thought" they chose to expand themselves into for another 30 million trillion years of building knowledge beyond all comprehention!
  • Evolution is the only one we have credible evidence for; and the other two just add the problem of infinite regression ("If we needed divine/alien intervention to create US, who created THEM?")
  • Hmmm, 1)Well in my opinion the most unlikely is Creationism 2)Alien Intervention seems unlikely, and there is no evidence to support it. 3) Evolution appears likely, because there is lots of evidence to support this, but we have not been able to ascertain the actual origin of the first life on earth.
  • Creationism is stupid because it doesnt explain who created the creator Evolution is the best as its explain more deeply about why animals are diffrent, and makes more sense Alien Intervention could be a small possibiliy like an meteor with micro organism hitting earth in its early days could of spring life So Evolution is more likely
  • possibly incidental alien migration by way of meteorite, which could postulate evolution
  • Alien intervention. And creationism, of course.
  • To me, Creationism...
  • Creation and Evolution. A supreme intelligency--or God if you will--set everything in motion then evolution took from there. Or ask yourself where your spirit (soul) comes from. I don't have anything against evolutionary [theory] except that it surmises that this apparent reality we call "UNIVERSE" was the result of a big explosion. They contend that life originated from a big explosion; then evolutionary [theorists], such as Charles Darwin, Theodosius Dobzhansky and others, advocated that the design in living organism, for example is the reult of (mindless) accumulation of random so-called "accidents". Now ask yourself: Where all the elements--or energy--for an explosion of such magnitude came from? Everything which came into existance cannot possibly be the effect of unrelated cause. There's nothing coming from nothingness! The theory of "EVOLUTION" developped by Mr Darwin, no doubt, had challenged the concept of "CREATION"-at least its literal interpretation as it is presented in GENESIS--the first book of the Bible. But you must keep in mind that a "THEORY" is a conjecture, an assumption made--a hypothesis attempting to explain the logic of something. So yes, the evolutionary (concoction) of Mr Darwin is an interesting one which deserves merit and serious consideration but is in no better predicament than the theologian concept of creation. The evolutionary theory is seemingly diametrically opposed to the theological concoction but no less bizarre. Particularly, when Mr Darwin didn't offer as much as a clue about how, why, and when life began. He, Mr Darwing, attempted to explain the origin of things which are apparent in the universe but bypassing perhaps the most critical subject which is the existence of the universe itself. Peace!
  • Creation, not creationism, with it's unrealistic, inaccurate 6-7 day schedule.
  • From a purely objective evaluation of facts, no real probability can be calculated for some of these options, so there is no objective answer. Is it possible that the universe was created 10 seconds ago, complete and working, with history - the way an author starts a novel? Sure. We have no tools to test whether such an author/creator exits, so an objective analysis can not eliminate this possibility or assign it a probability based on any facts. Is it possible that all the universe and life just happened as a series of undirected (essentially random) events? Perhaps, but we can take a shot at the statistics on this one and the odds are pretty long - especially since there is a bunch of stuff we can't explain at all (apparent cosmic mass distribution, etc.) If we base an odds calculation on actual observed processes, the probability would literally be zero. For this option to work many things must be true that have never been observed or tested... just like the other options.
  • The argument presented be some theorists of alien intervention does not contradict the theory of evolution. Evolution has been proved and refers to how species change over time, and this is inevitable. Evolution is a method of species survival. Aliens could not have created life as alien refers to another being- a life form. Alien intervention as a theory poses the question was evolution interrupted by another species not from this planet. It looks at the evolution of mankind and asks where we as a race come from. Evolution suggests that we come from apes but this has never been proven and there has always been a ‘missing link’. People may speculate the bible saying these books have been misinterpreted and they talk of alien paraphernalia. Other evidence from even further back in time from the Egyptian hieroglyphs showing flying crafts. These are brief explanations and do not explain the detail of which theorists have studied these points of views. There is a lot we don’t know and if we look at evolution, and the evolution of what we as a race believe we know we are still early on as it was only a few hundred years ago that so called witches were burnt on a steak. So who are we to say that beings from another planet haven’t messed with our evolution? I personally keep an open mind as I believe there is a lot for us to find out whether it was aliens or another explanation not yet made by theorists.
  • All 3 combined, I think God came down to earth and was like POW! monkeys. Created monkeys. and then these human looking aliens came down from Mars, and banged a bunch of gorillas and chimps which gave them the human gene so they EVOLVED into humans, but tragically all the aliens caught AIDS a few months later and died and thats why there are no aliens on Mars anymore.
  • No disrespect or offense intended to you, but who gives a sweet rat's ass?! ;-)
  • How about a combination of alien intervention and *de*volution.....Read Nigel Kerner(Song of the Greys) and Michael Cremo's books as well. They're disturbing eyeopeners.
  • im an alien being, a direct descendant of what you people call the Annunaki... we created you pig headed people just for fun.
  • evolution
  • While I personally believe in abiogenesis followed by evolution via natural selection, your three choices are not mutually exclusive.
  • CREATIONISM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQnF95h8RFI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG_WBy_IOw8&feature=PlayList&p=DDCA4CB6C1FB941A&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=14 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIeLRD1L9yY&feature=PlayList&p=B89BE864450B3E66&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=18 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8hD6DfKVNQ&feature=PlayList&p=1E014EE4D3A351D2&index=0&playnext=1
  • CREATIONISM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQnF95h8RFI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG_WBy_IOw8&feature=PlayList&p=DDCA4CB6C1FB941A&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=14 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIeLRD1L9yY&feature=PlayList&p=B89BE864450B3E66&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=18 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8hD6DfKVNQ&feature=PlayList&p=1E014EE4D3A351D2&index=0&playnext=1
  • The question is where did the aliens come from.
  • well in my opinion they are all likely depending on how you look at it...If you consider some alien being (greys, gods, annunaki etc.)somehow manufactured us through, supernatural or scientific means and then those beings were on this planet they were seeded on for some uknown reason for many millions of years, they evolved to adapt their world over many years..It's plausible I guess as much as anything else.
  • I personally think evolution is the most likely scenario. The question however is "where did life itself come from?". That's the tough question.
  • Evolution is shown to have happened. In fact, it is still happening. Therefore, it is the most likely of the three. Creationism and alien intervention are both interesting stories, but I can't rule on which of those is more likely until I see some evidence for one or the other.
  • Depends on whether you're (in order of the question) an afficionado of ideas religious, a scientist (or rational humanist, et al), or a nut-job, no? ;-)
  • From most likely, to least likely: 1. Evolution. 2. Creationism. 3. Alien Intervention.
  • EvolutionISM. Seriously, mutations make adjustments and adaptations, but don't make big changes, certainly nothing on the order required to go from nothing to the zillions of forms of life and the zillions of working systems, not to mention DNA. All this stuff is far too complex and precise for an unguided natural selection process to have achieved.
  • Evolution is already a proven fact. There is no debate among scientists. That some still debate it is religious motivated resistance or willful ignorance.
  • Evolution. A real God would not fool around doing magic.
  • None are most likely. One is the truth. Creationism dovetails with science because true creationism is truly objective, as are the true Creationists. Evolution is assumed, as are evolutionists assuming, and it is their presumptuous stance that makes them think that creationists are just as presumptuous. For they assume all are as they are. Alien intervention is a theory that stems from humanism, for it assumes that modern man, with modern technology, is the creme de la creme of humanity. Man naturally changes, not evolves. We adapt to technology, and our corruption limits our fullest potential, especially our vanity. Objectivity is key.
  • Fact from fiction, truth from diction. All 3 might be pretty correct. Any creator (God to many) could have actually been an alien. If we took our technology back to the time of Caesar we could be mistaken for gods. In the sense of the cosmos we are mere breath, a vapor; no time at all. Any entity that has been around eons before us who knows what they could have achieved. Creation could be the only way to describe what they did because it involves processes and methods that are as foreign to us as out iPods would be to Nero. And the execution of that process was evolution. If evolution can happen here, it can happen out there. If so, it might have happened 200 thousands years before it ever happened here. We came from covered wagons to super sonic flight within 150 year, if we don't distroy ourselves where would we be 50,000 years from now?
  • all three. humans are the result of alien manipulation, more precisely, the human DNA is the result of alien mixtures with primates, and this has been directly communicated to abductees (like Jim Sparks). obviously if you're trying to create an ecosystem you need the fundamental constituents to be able to continue independently where you left off. Evolutionists say that all evolution is the result of this struggle for life, but the problem is that the modifications are largely arbitrary (such as an asteroid strike or an ice age), and not continuous, varying in degree and locality, e.g., an asteroid strike is followed by 10000 new species -- this is the current theory!. In computer generations, the programmer must take continuous measures to keep the population from degenerating via artificial niching techniques. Almost any random influence destroys the population, and does not improve it. Many alien abductees have reported that aliens are deeply involved in the creation of human-alien hybrids, however even their results are hard to acheive (most of their attempts fail). Recent information from the UFO communities indicate that humans tend to mix better than many other organisms do. In the future, the combination of greater awareness of the alien presence, in conjunction with better computer models, and a deeper awareness of the funny information in human DNA will lead us to this understanding.
  • Hmmmm....there is no such thing as Aliens so that is out. Thee is no proof of Evolution so that is out. So that leaves Creationism.
  • Creationism and alien intervention are the same thing. Evolution is proven fact. +5
  • Evolution, considering it's the only one of these theories which most scientists agree on, and which has the most concrete scientific evidence. Much more believable than 'OH, A MAN IN THE SKY MADE A MAN OUT OF DIRT AND TOLD HIM TO HAVE SEX WITH ONE OF HIS RIBS!!'
  • Romans 1:18-25 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools.....They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.
  • An easy question to answer, but all of the answers are based on the answerers personal assumptions. Here's my asumption. There is a great force that created the universe in an explosion of light, matter and energy. Let's call this force God, for right now (Because we call this force many things). The manner in which life developed, up to and including the intermediate step of the human species, is evolution. And God, being the non-human force that created the universe, would be considered Alien to us. Because everyone will agree (And there is scriptual evedence) no man can know God, making God Alien to us. Making God's force alien intervention. So not only are all 3 likely, but a necessity.
  • I have high hopes that some day the hoi-polloi will stop thinking of creation and evolution as mutually-exclusive. That said, alien-intervention is a definite possibility in the creation-evolution of the human race.
  • A little bit of all three.

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