Gird up thy loins now like a man: I will demand of thee, and declare thou unto me.
Job 40:7"Despite funding from NASA in the millions of dollars, the concocted science called ‘astrobiology’ has not a single example of life beyond Earth. What excites astrobiologists is planets that might be habitable, and molecules that might contribute to life. The latest example of GIDO thinking is clear in Astrobiology Magazine‘s headline, “Prebiotic Molecules Discovered on Accretion Disk of Baby Star.” To keep the dream alive, they never say post-biotic or a-biotic, which would be depressing. Instead, they tempt with suggestive phrases like “building blocks of life” stated with emotion. This time, materialists in Taiwan take a turn titillating NASA’s raison d’ê·tre:
These molecules play a crucial role in producing the rich organic chemistry needed for life. The discovery suggests that the building blocks of life are produced in such disks at the very beginning of star formation and that they are available to be incorporated into planets that form in the disk subsequently. It could help us understand how life came to be on Earth.
“It is so exciting to discover complex organic molecules on an accretion disk around a baby star,” says Chin-Fei Lee at ASIAA.
Typical heap of happy hope hype for astrobiology. So what was found this time?
Methanol (CH3OH): This is wood alcohol, the simplest alcohol, just methane with one hydrogen
replaced by hydroxide. It causes blindness and death in people who drink it.
One wonders why scientists don’t call these the “building blocks of death.”
GIDO: Garbage In, Darwin Out