Where Did Life Begin (Part 2)
 
--- In contact_um@yahoogroups.com, Ron Zimmerman
wrote:

I have been watching that show for some time, and find some of the information very interesting. Now not the part about the drool Brother Ron, but the visitations to this planet. Could it be that we are decedents of another race that are millions of years old? They have explored many many ideas of other beings that have been coming to this planet and helping the people here with education. Could this be the "gods" that man has, through the centuries worshiped and called their god? Or are we so arrogant to believe we are the only
beings that live in an "infinite" galaxy.?

Rev Ron
A humble student

And as if that wasn't enough for you to contemplate, try this on for size. The Big Bang was not an original event. We hear that the universe is still expanding from the energy of the Big Bang. But space is not nearly as empty as most people think it is. As the galaxies zoom through space, they encounter objects which take some of the energy from the Big Bang to overcome.

Gravity works. Eventually the energy from the Big Bang weakens to the point where gravity takes over. Now the galaxies begin to contract and eventually come together in one incredibly dense mass that makes a black hole look like Central Park. When it reaches critical mass, there is another Big Bang and the whole process starts anew.

It's very similar to paddleball. If you are not familiar with paddleball, it's a paddle with a rubber ball connected by a long rubber band. You hit the ball, it flies out and is then pulled back to the paddle by the rubber band. You hit it again and again the ball flies out and is returned to the paddle by the rubber band. Here's a video of it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWnvOEH7I2Y

And finally, just to keep things in perspective, here's The Galaxy Song by Monty
Python: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buqtdpuZxvk

Kind of puts whatever has you so worried in perspective, doesn't it?

Best always
Brother Ron