posted on Jul, 7 2015 @ 06:32 AM
originally posted by: lostbook
By giants, I just mean giant humans. I don't have any scientific or mathematical figures to support my idea but I think that this scenario could
happen. Some have posted here on ATS that the entire solar stem is going through environmental changes; not just Earth. So, now I'm thinking that if
a magnetic shift happened throughout the solar system and made plant and animal life on Earth bigger wouldn't that include humans? I'm saying bigger
because more heat = more growth, correct? The giants mentioned in the Bible could've been us humans....... What says ATS?
Hate to be the party pooper, but it's not more heat that equals larger growth on Earth. I believe its nutrient density, particularly oxygen density.
More heat only creates the conditions for more of current lifeforms to grow, but it doesn't make them become giants. Earth's atmosphere would need to
revert to a similar makeup as it had during the times of the dinosaurs to get creatures here to become "giants" again.
Also, what constitutes a "giant" human? Look at the average heights of different countries. The average male height in the Netherlands is a touch over
6 feet tall (183.8 cm), while the average male height in Indonesia is only 5 feet 2 inches (158 cm). Then compare the abnormally tall & short people.
The average NBA player is roughly 6 feet 7 inches (202 cm), and they seem like "giants" to most people. The tallest recorded human
) was an astounding 8 feet 11 inches (272 cm)! Any of
these people would be like "giants" to a "short" person from Indonesia.
As an example, look at this picture of the "huge" Arnold Schwarzenegger standing next to Wilt Chamberlain & Andre the Giant. They make him look like a
I'd imagine that if average sized people came across guys like Wilt, they'd describe them as giants too.