Anna Gregoline | May 17, 2004
This article raises an interesting question - could earthly religions survive the discovery of life elsewhere in the universe?

Melissa Erin | May 17, 2004
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Scott Hardie | May 20, 2004
Evolution is one of those issues like abortion that gets people so passionate that they feel like they have to choose one side or the other, and the lack of any desire to find a middle ground is what keeps it from being resolved, even if there is an obvious middle ground as you pointed out, Melissa.

Just as the large, ancient religions will be harmed by discovery of extraterrestrial life, many new age religions will thrive on it. I look forward to their David & Goliath battle for the "hearts and minds" of believers. I'll be watching from the stands. :-)


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