Quote# 2866

It has nothing to do with me not liking the idea of being random. It has to do with making sense. Out of the millions of miles earth is from the sun, if we were 10 miles in either direction, the planet would be nearly unihabitable. The planet was put in its precise orbit by God, not some lucky chance.

DMBRice, The Bridge Forums 5 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Big Brother

\"...if we were 10 miles in either direction\"

But the Earth's orbit varies between aphelion and perihelion by over 3.1 million miles. Does this mean the the Earth is inhabiable for only 2 minutes per year?

12/30/2006 2:35:15 AM


If the environment on earth were significantly different, different life forms would have evolved. You might have aquatic creatures insisting that the Great Fishy on the Other Side must have arranged things precisely so they could live.

12/30/2006 3:02:17 AM

David D.G.

Heck, EARTH ITSELF is about 7,000 miles in diameter! DMBRice seems convinced that the only place to live is in the twilight zone -- and that's right where (s)he DOES live!

~David D.G.

12/30/2006 5:01:07 AM


Okay, this was on April Fool's Day...

12/30/2006 9:33:07 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Do something useful.

9/21/2014 10:55:33 AM

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