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1. General Term: ETIL
ETIL Extra-terrestrial intelligent life. Search for ETIL Full Glossary Index Next > To return to the previous topic,
http://www.counterbalance.org/gengloss/etil-body.html - 1.3kb

2. Stem Cell Topic: Conclusion
for the existence of ETIL exists. Yes, that evidence may appear in the future. At that future moment when we actually encounter ETIL, however, we may be in for some surprises. ETIL might be quite different than we expect. All this leads us
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/concl-body.html - 5.0kb

3. Stem Cell Topic: AstroTheology: Religious Reflections on Extraterrestrial Li...
I plan to use the acronym ETIL to refer to extraterrestrial intelligent life. Exotheology is the name I have given for that branch of theology which reflects upon extraterrestrial life, both biologically simple and intelligent. One might
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/index-body.html - 6.8kb

4. Stem Cell Topic: The Scientific Warrant for this Survey
intelligent life (ETIL ) exists? This question is important because of a widespread assumption found frequently articulated by SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) scientists and other astrobiologists, namely, that the
http://www.counterbalance.org/etsurv/scien-body.html - 7.1kb

5. Stem Cell Topic: Theological Reflections on ETNL
distinction between ETNL and ETIL is necessary for the pursuit of astrobiology, it would seem to me that previous theological acceptance of ETIL should suffice to cover what might happen should we discover ETNL. In sum, I do not forecast much in
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/logic-body.html - 7.5kb

6. Stem Cell Topic: The Astrobiological Delusion Regarding the Future of Religion
contact between earth and ETIL will necessitate either the end of our inherited religious traditions or a new incorporation of a more universal worldview. Steven Dick makes the same evolutionary assumptions and foresees virtually the same
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/astro-body.html - 6.4kb

7. Stem Cell Topic: Contact Optimists vs. Unique Earthers
of the second genesis of ETIL, is the one we ask next. We ask about the possibility that intelligent living creatures currently inhabit earthlike planets somewhere in the cosmos . To date no empirical evidence exists that extraterrestrial
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/conta-body.html - 4.4kb

8. Stem Cell Topic: Conclusion
new knowledge of ETIL . To our knowledge, such proof has not yet been introduced into the public argument. Until it is, we are confident that the self-understanding of self-identified religious believers counts significantly in
http://www.counterbalance.org/etsurv/concl-body.html - 2.6kb

9. Stem Cell Topic: Analysis of Responses to Questions 3-5
to develop when learning of ETIL . No evidence of widespread anxiety or fear that their religious belief system might be threatened surfaces here. “Hey,” comments a mainline Protestant respondent, “I’d share a pew with
http://www.counterbalance.org/etsurv/analy-body.html - 16.5kb

10. Stem Cell Topic: The Place of Evolution in the ETI Myth
mere contact with ETIL. It includes optimism regarding the solution to “sociological” problems such as poverty and energy while giving us a leap forward in medicine. What Drake believes is that science is salvific,
http://www.counterbalance.org/astrotheo/place-body.html - 7.2kb

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