Originally posted by whodey
You might even ask the opposite question. What are the implications for evolutionists having not found any life forms outside this planet? Does this make hard core evolutionists second guess their belief's? After all, evolution must find a way. No it does not. They simply mold data to fit around the belief's that they have embraced.
Actually I recall reading in a scientific journal that there is tenable evidence for the existence of bacteria on mars. Formaldehyde a poisonous gas which decays after several hours has been found in Mars' atmosphere. There is only two known natural processes which produce formaldehyde:
1) From volcanoes (which can be excluded because there is a constant supply of formaldehyde and to achieve this through volcanic processes would require them to be active permanently).
2) From methonegic bacteria which release methane from below the surface of Mars, which is oxidized by iron in the soil and generates formaldehyde.
Of course, life on mars has not been discovered by a probe but there is reasonable evidence for its existence.
Secondly, life on other planets is completely irrelevant to evolution. Evolution is a proven fact. The theory of evolution, however is not. We don't know i life is the product of evolution. But we do know evolution happens. Whether its inception was as the abiogeneticists put it is immaterial to evolutionists.
Just clearing a few fallacies.