Repost…//And the eonic effect???…//The idea that life on Earth originated elsewhere is not as far out as it seems | Aeon Videos

Is the ‘eonic effect’ evidence of a cosmological driver of ‘evolving’ planetary civilization? In fact, I think the claim would be speculative and not a part of the ‘eonic model’, but the strange creative action of the eonic sequence shows a mysterious planetary design and has bestowed on homo sapiens a large portion of his cultural innovation. But the public is so confused by Darwinism that the evidence remains in exile. This kind of driver might be the mysterious form factor of directed evolution itself. And the eonic model with its distinction of system action and free agency shows how a directed process can coexist with free agency, a conceptual model lost on modern causal science. The Darwinian model is misleading and could trigger decline into a rogue species…

Why ‘panspermia theory’ – the wild idea of microbes ‘hitchhiking’ on meteoroids through the cosmos – is now taken seriously

Source: The idea that life on Earth originated elsewhere is not as far out as it seems | Aeon Videos

And the eonic effect???…//The idea that life on Earth originated elsewhere is not as far out as it seems | Aeon Videos

Is the ‘eonic effect’ evidence of a cosmological driver of ‘evolving’ planetary civilization? In fact, I think the claim would be speculative and not a part of the ‘eonic model’, but the strange creative action of the eonic sequence shows a mysterious planetary design and has bestowed on homo sapiens a large portion of his cultural innovation. But the public is so confused by Darwinism that the evidence remains in exile. This kind of driver might be the mysterious form factor of directed evolution itself. And the eonic model with its distinction of system action and free agency shows how a directed process can coexist with free agency, a conceptual model lost on modern causal science. The Darwinian model is misleading and could trigger decline into a rogue species…

Why ‘panspermia theory’ – the wild idea of microbes ‘hitchhiking’ on meteoroids through the cosmos – is now taken seriously

Source: The idea that life on Earth originated elsewhere is not as far out as it seems | Aeon Videos