Noted A US scientist said that humans are not from Earth, but that aliens brought them here tens of thousands of years ago.
In his book, Dr. Ellis Silver uses a number of physical traits to show that humans did not evolve along with other life on Earth. Instead, he says, we came from somewhere else in the universe.
Silver shows that people have back problems, which could be because our ancestors lived in a world with less gravity. It also means that our skin is sensitive to the sun and that giving birth is hard for us.
It also shows that even though the planet mostly meets the needs of humans, it might not be in the best interests of the species or the aliens who left us here.
The ecologist says in his book Humans are not from Earth: a scientific evaluation of the evidence that there are things about humans that show they are not from this world.
In a message to Yahoo, Silver said:
“Humans are said to be the most advanced species on the planet, but they are surprisingly unfit for Earth’s environment. Sunlight hurts us, we don’t like natural foods, we have ridiculously high rates of chronic disease, and more.”
Dr. Ellis says that back pain could happen because people evolved in a world with less gravity.
He also thinks it’s weird that babies’ heads are so big and make it hard for women to give birth, which can cause both the mother and the baby to die.
He says that this is a problem that no other species on Earth has.
He also thinks that people are not meant to spend as much time in the Sun as lizards do, since they can’t bask for more than a week or two and can’t be in the Sun every day without getting sick.
Dr. Ellis also says that people are always sick, and sleep researchers have shown that this could be because our biological clocks have evolved to wait for a 25-hour day.
Dr. Ellis said:
“This is not something that happens today. The end of human history on Earth can be linked to the same things.
It suggests that Neanderthals like Homo Erectus interbred with another species, possibly from Alpha Centauri, which is the closest star system to our solar system and is about 4.37 light years from the Sun.
Professor Wainwright from the University of Sheffield wants to do more research and thinks that life is constantly pouring in from space.
Dr. Ellis said:
“My thesis says that humanity did not evolve from that particular strain of life, but instead evolved somewhere else and was brought to Earth between 60,000 and 200,000 years ago as fully evolved Homo sapiens.”