According to one scholar, people originated on another planet and were eventually transported to Earth in the very ancient past.
What if the aliens we’ve been looking for all along are actually us? Despite advances in fields of study like biology, chemistry, and astrophysics, we are still unable to pinpoint the exact moment when life first appeared on Earth.
Was this a singular occurrence in the cosmos? Or is it feasible that there are planets beyond our solar system that are uncannily similar to Earth and support life, albeit rudimentary life?
The reality is that since the human mind has been capable of thought, theories have been advanced on the beginnings of life.
Does life originate from space? Without “extraterrestrial” (Comets, Asteroids, etc.) influence, did life begin on the planet?
What is the underlying science of human origins?
It would imply, as some researchers contend, that life may be common in our solar system if amino acids came with comet impacts.
But what if circumstances are more complex? What if life did not emerge from rational causes?
What if people are not native to Earth?
The American ecologist Dr. Ellis Silver’s book touches on this contentious issue.
Humans are not from Earth: a scientific review of the evidence, the title of his book, contends that human species is not indigenous to Earth and may have originated elsewhere.
Dr. Silver makes reasons based on a variety of topics, including human psychology, to support his claim that humans did not develop along with other living forms on Earth. As opposed to this, the researcher suggests that humans originated on another planet and were “brought to Earth” in the very distant past.
Five standout ideas are presented in the book:
- 53 factors that prove we couldn’t have evolved on Earth.
- Why we’re here on Earth, and how and when we got here.
- Where our true home planet is, and what it’s like to live there.
- Why valid evidence is ignored, denied, and covered up by scientists and governments. (There’s actually a very good reason.)
- What we really know about extraterrestrials and their spacecraft.
The researcher outlined the basis for his work, which is the scientific distinctions between people and other creatures that live on Earth.
In an interview, Dr. Silver stated that “the Earth roughly fits our demands as a species, although perhaps not as firmly as whomever brought us here first expected.
According to the study, chronic illnesses that plague the human race, such back discomfort, may be evidence that our species originated on a planet with far less gravity.
Dr. Silver adds that humans have 223 additional genes that are not present in any other animal.
The American researcher goes on to say that there are a number of “severe defects” in the human race that raise the probability that we are not native to this planet.
Dr. Silver says, “We are all chronically unwell.
Indeed, “I would be shocked if you can discover a single individual who is 100% well and healthy and not suffering from any (possibly concealed or unacknowledged) disease or problem” (there is a lengthy list in the book).
The fact that our internal body clocks have evolved to anticipate a 25-hour day—as sleep researchers have demonstrated—while the Earth’s day is just 24 hours, in my opinion, is the root of many of our issues. The same variables have existed throughout the history of humans on Earth, thus this predicament is not new.
So where did we originate from if we are not from Earth?
According to Dr. Silva, one possibility is the solar system with the nearest star system.
In his book, Silva claims that despite being the apparently most advanced species on the world, humans are shockingly ill-equipped for our planet’s environment since they are adversely affected by sunshine and frequently detest naturally occurring (raw) foods. The researcher contends, among other things, that chronic illness rates in humans are absurdly high.
My argument, according to Silver, “proposes that between 60,000 and 200,000 years ago, fully formed Homo sapiens were brought to Earth from elsewhere, not from that specific strain of life.”
The building blocks of life, amino acids, may not have come to earth in extraterrestrial spacecraft, but scientists simulating the scenario on supercomputers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US have found evidence that comets or meteorites may have brought them.
This one option raises the prospect that comparable life forms may also exist on distant extraterrestrial planets and moons, some of which may even be found inside our own solar system.