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Pat Robertson gives NASA a Bible lesson: God didn’t put life on ‘barren rocks’ in space

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Pat Robertson on Wednesday called on NASA to stop spending time and money exploring other planets because he said that God’s only “experiment” with life was on Earth.

“Folks, I want to tell you something,” Robertson told viewers of The 700 Club. “They talk about life on other planets. In my opinion, there’s nothing but gaseous balls and barren rocks up in space. That’s all that’s there.”

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“This planet is where God has got an experiment in what he wants to have accomplished,” he continued. “But somehow, people want to spend a lot of money to go to Mars! I don’t want to think that Mars is someplace I want to visit, and it would take a lot of money to get there!”

“But nevertheless, our government, our NASA is exploring new horizons.”

In a 2012 column for CNN, UK scientist Charles Cockell explained why the search for extraterrestrial life were not just a luxury.

“In wanting to better assess whether life could be elsewhere, astrobiology has also set out on the more homely tasks of understanding how life evolved on the Earth,” Cockell wrote. “In uncovering the secrets of life’s survival on the Earth, astrobiology has some found remarkably prosaic applications.”

“The link between the search for extraterrestrial life and our Earth-based problems is not surprising, because fundamentally it is all the same thing — understanding how life, whether us or microbes, can be sustained in the cosmos,” he noted. “By exploring the origin and evolution of life on the Earth and beyond we learn things of practical benefit to living on Earth and settling space.”

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Watch the video below from CBN’s 700 Club, broadcast Feb. 25, 2015.

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HBO’s Maher scorches Trump for calling coronavirus a ‘hoax’: ‘Not something he can lie his way out of’

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During the "Overtime" segment of HBO's "Real Time," host Bill Maher launched into a broadside against Donald Trump for telling South Carolina rallygoers that the coronavirus outbreak is a "hoax" being pushed by the media Democrats.

In a furious back and forth with conservative guest Buck Sexton, Maher said this was one instance where the president "could not lie his way out of it."

According to Sexton, the crisis is serious but then he tried to deflect from the issue by accusing Democrats of "trying to score political points," when they point out the Trump administration's bumbling response.

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Suspected ‘community transmission’ of coronavirus in third West Coast state: report

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Doctors in two more states reported suspected "community transmission" of coronavirus on Saturday.

The first reported case occurred in California. The second case in California was reported on Friday.

Then Oregon reported their first suspected coronavirus victim, an elementary school employee thought to be another case of community transmission.

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Americans who believe Trump’s spin on coronavirus will get ‘what they deserve’: former Ebola Czar

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President Donald Trump's credibility deficit is coming into play as Americans wonder whether to listen to his debunked claims or facts from medical experts on the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic.

Former U.S. Ebola response coordinator Ron Klain, who was known as the "Ebola Czar," was interviewed Friday evening by Ali Velshi on MSNBC's "The Last Word."

Klain said the administration was facing a "crisis of both confidence and competence."

"On the confidence side, anyone who believes what Donald Trump says kind of gets what they deserve at this stage of the game," he argued. "But the problem is, the administration has silenced the people we can trust."

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