Document Type

Book

Original Publication Date

2004

Comments

Third edition. Originally published by Legacy Books, Christchurch, New Zealand. ISBN 0-476-00330-X

Creative Commons license: Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0

Date of Submission

January 2015

Abstract

Life is unique in Nature, and for us, it is precious. Life is unique in its complex patterns, and in its purposeful self-continuation. We belong to life and share its drive for self-propagation. Belonging to life then implies a human purpose to secure, expand and propagate our family of gene/protein life.

This purpose is best achieved in space, where life has an immense future. We can start now to secure this future, by seeding with life new solar systems. New species can develop there into intelligent beings who will further expand life in the galaxy. Filling the universe with life will give then our human existence a cosmic purpose.

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Is Part Of

VCU Chemistry Publications

 
 
 
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