Definitions

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  • adj. Relating to panspermy or to panspermia.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to panspermy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or relating to panspermatism.

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Examples

  • Under the selection pressures brought to bear through scientific smackdown and general logical fisking, political expediency bore out scientific creationism, old and new earth subspecies, intelligent design and divine design branches, front-loading apologiaxa, panspermic gambitoids, and complexiticians, to name a few.

    New evidence that natural selection is a general driving force behind the origin of species - The Panda's Thumb

  • This was the assumption of the great German philosopher, Leibnitz, who carried the panspermic theory so far as to accept the more fanciful one of "monads" -- those invisible, ideal, and purely speculative units of Plato, which go to make up the entire universe, extending even to the ultimate elements, or elements of elements.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • This is as broad a panspermic statement as can be made, and is only true of inorganic matter so far as vegetable life is concerned, including such infusorial, mycologic, and cryptogamic forms as may lie so near to the "force vegetative" of Needham as to be indistinguishable from it.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • I become a panspermic gardener seeding meteors through the atmosphere of lifeless planets and waiting for life to grow up so I can abduct and crossbreed species from different planets and start a new civilization in a neighbouring star system.

    The Walrus Magazine

  • 31 The Helmsen radiation left in our atmosphere since their panspermic settling of the earth has left a lasting metaphysical impression on our psyches such that CIRCLES ARE EVERYWHERE!

    Losing my mind!

  • Me personally, I don’t see how the existence of an intelligent higher power (which was implied by Head Baltar to not be a god in the religious sense, but perhaps a higher power in the panspermic sense) was unexpected, since the theme of intelligently guided destiny that you guys are railing against has been alluded to all the way back to Season 1.

    Battlestar Galactica: Watched The Finale? Still Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers!

  • "dead matter" -- is to indulge in quite as fanciful a speculation as the advocates of the panspermic hypothesis have ever ventured to suggest.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • It is certain that the materialists, who are resolutely antagonizing the panspermic, as well as all other "vital" theories, have not yet gone so deeply into elementary substance as to shut off all further investigation in these directions. [

    Life: Its True Genesis

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