Dr. Ellis Silver, a leading ecologist and ecologist, collected some data pointing to the hypothesis of people originating from another place in the universe. In his book “People are not from the Earth: the scientific assessment of evidence,” he describes 17 ideas why people are not from Earth, and also reveals information about the place of origin and the alternative timeline.
An interesting aspect, suggested by Dr. Ellis Silver, is the unique psychology of man, which suggests that we were designed in other parts of space, most likely on a planet with low gravity.
Humanity, presumably, is the most highly developed species on the planet, but surprisingly unadapted and poorly equipped for the Earth’s environment: damage from sunlight, strong dislike for natural foods, ridiculously high rates of chronic diseases and much more, said Dr. Silver Yahoo news.
The earth approximates our needs as a species, but perhaps not as much as anyone who brought us here initially thought. Lizards can sunbathe as much as they like, and many of them.
Have we really come from another star system or planet?
We are blinded by the sun, which is also strange, most animals do not.
Other facts from the book talk about how chronic diseases that worry humanity, such as bad backs, can prove that we are developing in a world with low gravity. The doctor also believes that a person has an additional 223 genes, according to a study published by Dr. Francis Crick.
According to an article from bibliotecapleyades, joint studies from the collection of exo-scientists postulate that there are genes from more than 20 extraterrestrial civilizations in human DNA. These ex-scientists continued the work of the Nobel Prize winner Dr. Francis Crick and other scientists in this field. The current results are consistent with the reports of Professor Sam Chang, who unbeknownstly disclosed information about his own obvious results in collaboration with the Human Genome Project.
Dr. Silver believes that the human race has some odd features that are clearly emerging from this world. According to him, the human body can not find the ideal conditions for impeccable work.
“We are all chronically ill,” says Dr. Silver. Indeed, if you can find a single person who is 100% healthy and does not suffer from any (possibly hidden or unidentified) condition or disorder (there is an extensive list in the book), I would be very surprised if I could not Find someone – Anything.
Other interesting ideas from the book
I believe that many of our problems are due to the simple fact that our internal clockwork evolved to wait for a 25-hour day (this was proven by sleep researchers), but the Earth day is only 24 hours. This is not a modern state, the same factors can be traced throughout the history of mankind on Earth.
On the opposite pole lies another theory of Dr. Silva, suggesting that if we do not reach Earth in spacecraft, then early humans could be crossed with another species creating modern humans. The most likely star system from which people could come is Alpha Centauri, the closest system to us.
Mankind may be the most highly developed species on the planet, but surprisingly inconvenient and poorly equipped for the Earth’s environment: damage from sunlight, strong dislike for natural (raw) foods, ridiculously high levels of chronic diseases and much more. Plus theres a predominant feeling among many people that they do not belong here or that something is just not fair.
This suggests (at least for me) that humanity could develop on another planet, and we may have been here as a highly developed species.
Another interesting idea from the book treats the Earth as a prison planet where a naturally violent species such as ours is doomed to live until he learns to lead himself. Nevertheless, Dr. Silver advises his readers to relate to the topics discussed in the book easily, since it covers various possibilities in life, and there are innumerable possibilities.
People not from the Earth were published mainly to assess the reaction of readers and provoke thought, especially among those who had not previously considered this possibility.
The book will certainly raise some question marks. It offers an interesting perspective on things and encourages everyone to explore on their own until eventually finds the truth. He also encourages readers to send all relevant views for further analysis.