archive: Re: SETI bones

Re: SETI bones

Chris Boyce ( (no email) )
Sun, 6 Sep 1998 17:27:06 +0100

I know, Ron, but that's not enough. I imagine you'd agree it wouldn't help
to calcify the muscle of, say, a worm. In any case it doesn't address the
argument from evolution. If endoskeletal bone was found throughout the
animal kingdom in forms which had several origins I could concede that it
may well be commonplace amongst ET life. Otherwise I'm sceptical.

Chris Boyce
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-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Blue <rcb5@msn.com>
To: 'ST' <seti@sni.net>
Date: 06 September 1998 17:02
Subject: SETI bones

>Bones are modifed muscles. You can make muscles change into bones
>by putting high amounts of Ca around them.
>Ron