The mystery of invasive species
Posted: 23 November 2014 08:32 PM   [ Ignore ]
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We have all heard of invasive species, but can they exist?  Hawaii, was formed from sterile lava, no life. Thus every living organism is an invasive foreign to the lava species. Should all life be removed from Hawaii? of course not.  Should pythons be eliminated from the Everglades, because they threaten alligator eggs?  or have these things happened for as long as life has existed on Earth, and is stopping these things actually an attempt to freeze frame nature, which is designed to change.  Are not changes in nature what drives genetic diversity in the first place?  Is life designed to move, adapt, and invade new places, no matter how far away.  Has this previously happened? can anyone find a reason why life has not invaded the Earth from afar?

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coral star - 23 November 2014 08:32 PM

We have all heard of invasive species, but can they exist?  Hawaii, was formed from sterile lava, no life. Thus every living organism is an invasive foreign to the lava species. Should all life be removed from Hawaii? of course not.  Should pythons be eliminated from the Everglades, because they threaten alligator eggs?  or have these things happened for as long as life has existed on Earth, and is stopping these things actually an attempt to freeze frame nature, which is designed to change.  Are not changes in nature what drives genetic diversity in the first place?  Is life designed to move, adapt, and invade new places, no matter how far away.  Has this previously happened? can anyone find a reason why life has not invaded the Earth from afar?

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When the Earth was first formed some 4.5 billion years ago, the Universe was already at least 8 billion years old, thus we are very young indeed.
Since DNA is now being used for binary code storage, does this mean that Windows 9 could be downloaded to your thumbs drive?
Think

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