Re: is that the end of Christianism?
It's really the global case of ignorance. Though religion can take a active role in various "flat earth" debates, not everyone buys it - any more than a politician with a plan for your (his) money. Krishna can be fairly extra-terrestrial, for example. As we know, there is life without intellegence. As such, there can be life without air and/or water. I don't even think it has to be self-replicating
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