what is the Earth's purpose?

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  • janesix
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    Is it for spiritual growth?
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    Not at all, quite the opposite. The more Satanic you are, the more you'll prosper in life but it's not as simple as that because Satanist is full of simple-minded greedy fools.

    The real Devil is God and God is all about long-term strategy that means repaying those who are loyal to and admire you. Be the devil herself, God herself and you will prosper in life. Do not have morals but also do not forget that lack of any moral-seeming code is lack of discipline and lack of discipline is the surest way to make dumb decisions in life.
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    What makes you think it has any and why?
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    Are you asking what its objective purpose is, or are you asking what purpose humans should assign it?
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    I am asking what it was created for
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    So, you're asking what purpose rocks were created?
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    It doesn't have a purpose. It is a rock spinning through space.
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    Earth is much more than "rocks". It is a living ecosystem. 
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    Earth is much more than "rocks". It is a living ecosystem. 
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    Why are you asking about earth in particular?

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    An eco-system only on the surface, which includes the oceans and other water bodies, the rest is rock. And of course, the surface used to be molten when the Earth formed, so there was no eco-system then. Then, a large body collided with the Earth making it molten again.
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    Because it is the cradle of humanity.
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    Do you have a point?
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    The entire biomass of Earth comprises about 0.00000000938% of all of its mass. It is not "much more" than a rock. It's a rock that has some wriggly carbohydrates smeared on its surface.

    Spinning through space.
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    I understand, you live in a materialist bubble. it's ok. 
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    Do you have a point?
    Evidently not to those who don't wish to embrace reality.
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    I understand, you live in a materialist bubble. it's ok. 
    Reality sucks? Not interested in it? Sorry, won't bother your ongoing fantasy. It's ok.

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    Reality is much stranger than you can imagine Goldie.
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    I don't find reality strange at all other than all the negative effects it's sustained over the millennia from religions.
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    You live in a myopic materialist bubble. I don't blame you. You can't help it.
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    I'd much rather live in reality than a delusional fantasy. But, whatever floats your boat.
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    Your materialist "reality" is far from what is really going on.
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    Yes, that is indeed your fantasy considering you can no more show that than I can show Leprechauns riding Unicorns.
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    Is it for spiritual growth?

    you didn't address the question, yet again.
  • Goldtop
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    Is it for spiritual growth?
    Sorry, but that term is meaningless to me so I can't answer the question.

    Things grow in nature.