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Robert    02/05/10
From Terrorism to Compassionate Humanness in The Age of Cosmic Genealogy
In 1859 Louis Pasteur disproved spontaneous generation of life, thus beginning the age of cosmic genealogy meaningfully characterized and defined by evolutionary panaltruism in shaping new vision and new direction for humanity: basic to life-centered cosmologies. Universal forelaws of empathy and compassion (empirical attributes of cosmic genealogy seated within the genome of humankind and all intelligent life) form the foundation of evolutionary panaltruism. Though today actively in denial of their own compassionate humanness, international terrorists remain genetically predisposed to assess and assume their rightful place in the compassionate/cooperative global society. Human unity is imperative in creating a democratically planned and shared global economy, in dealing with climate change, and in rolling back desertification on Earth. (see Global Water Equilibrium). Life-centered cosmologies - uplifting human vision and direction during a critical period for all life on Earth - build upon ongoing scientific research and discovery merging astrobiology and astronomy as pioneered and led by the late Sir Fred Hoyle, by N.. C. Wickramasinghe, Brig Klyce, Halton C. Arp, and others. "Life comes from space because life comes from life." . . . . . . . . . . "But in order for life to climb the tree to a higher level, new genetic programs are required - which mutation and recombination alone cannot supply. When they are supplied, a major advance may ensue. Thus, in strong panspermia, the problem of punctuated equilibrium is also resolved. . . . . . . A consequence of this reasoning is that life on Earth can have descended only from life elsewhere that was at least as highly evolved as it is here." - Brig Klyce, Astrobiology Research Trust As part and parcel of the physical unity of Nature, life-centered cosmologies reflect cognizance of the observable universe of humankind (13,000 million light years in all directions), of solar systems with and without intelligent life, and of global water equilibrium. New human vision and direction highlight NASA's Kepler Mission and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) aided by recent breakthrough technology suppressing the light of stars. Launched in March of 2009 to monitor 100,000 stars for orbiting Earth-size planets (adding to the number of exoplanets (400) already discovered), Kepler will be followed by Terrestrial Planet Finder, 2012-2015 and Darwin, 2014. Intelligent life reciprocally propagated from infinity to infinity by intelligent life, from habited sites to habitable sites, is a natural consequence of evolutionary panaltruism keyed as well to intrinsic needs of all intelligent life, i.e., to know from whence we came, safety and security, meaning and purpose. Exemplifying "concern for others and for those who will succeed us . . . . ." (Center for Naturalism), evolutionary panaltruism and holistic forelawsship at the core of the compassionate/cooperative global society, a democratically planned and shared global economy, global water equilibrium, and life-centered cosmologies, speak volumes for human oneness, indefinable potential, and optimism, in the age of cosmic genealogy on Earth. In forelawsship on board, Robert E. Cobb Forelaws on Board