posted on Jul, 27 2015 @ 07:35 PM
"This is irrelevant because evolution is not linear and doesn't follow a set rate. It is controlled by the environment. A faster changing environment
(ie Pleistocene ice age), will lead to faster changes in organisms. If a dog looking creature can become a whale in 20 million years (an almost
complete revamp of the entire body), why couldn't cranial capacity increase and body hair decrease over 3+ million years (something much smaller in
the grand scheme of things)?"
I'm glad you brought that up. You said it yourself environment determines the rate at which evolution is spurred. If every species is in the same
environment it doesn't make sense that only one would be at this level but nothing else.
I'm glad you brought up dogs too, just look at what they have turned into from our tampering. From wolves to canines of all shapes and sizes.
Killer bees (Africanized bees), from our tampering, they spread uncontrollably and out of balance just like Homo sapiens. Every species that has been
tampered with or transplanted is out of balance I see the same in us.
Our voice boxes alone, totally unique opposite the evolutionary path. If we were eating more meat. Then we shouldn't have lost our Jaw power and
sacrificed it for a longer throat which made us more efficient at choking to death. Even today's science can't pinpoint where we got to grunts to
talking. Skulls only say so much, and sof tissue is gone. How we use language no other species comes close. There is balance in evolution. There
are mice have immunity to snake venom, due to the constant struggles between species. Komodo dragons are immune to each others bile. There is a
balance. There is nothing remotely close to us on this planet, that we know of.
"Negative. The pink skins were originally dark skins, and they lost their body hair as their intellect and innovation increased. Once they began using
animal hides for clothing, body hair became an irrelevant survival trait, so it faded away over the years. "
That makes no sense, none whatsoever. Your stating intellect determines the rate at which you lose your hair. At no point will fires be enough to
spurn evolution to drop your hair that's insane. Only for us to go hunt animals to put it back on. That a lot of shelter and alot of fire, and
primitive man had neither in spades. Besides all that it doesn't correlate with the megalithic structure dates. If you believe all of mainstream
science, Man should have been in caves when half these structures had long been built. Every day they have to back date the structures some more.
Which means they have no idea what was going on or how many times man has evolved.
"And like I said, I do find a lot of AA hypothesis interesting, and it's entirely possible we've been visited and aided in the past, but genetically
engineered over a period of 3 million years? That's a substantial investment for something that would take millions of lifetimes. I'd wonder why they
would travel all the way to earth instead of doing genetic experiments with creatures on their own planet, if it were as simple as modifying
That's also an assumption. There are so many different reasons why, just equate it to us. We aren't allowed to do certain levels of genetic
manipulation. It may be done in hidden corners and basements but its not accepted. The morality alone is in question. As with anybody with power, it
tends to get abused. Its not a stretch to theorize that somebody may have shot out here to not get caught. Then they got caught. You also assume it
took them so long to get here. If you trust in Einstein you can theorize shortcuts like the Einstein-Rosen bridges. Just because we cant do
something or cant find it, doesnt mean its not possible Also why screw up your own backyard, just look what we've done with genetics on earth and you
see why doing it in your own home wouldn't be prudent.
There is also a scientific theory called Panspermia. "Panspermia is a hypothesis proposing that microscopic life forms that can survive the effects
of space, such as extremophiles, become trapped in debris that is ejected into space after collisions between planets and small Solar System bodies
that harbor life. Some organisms may travel dormant for an extended amount of time before colliding randomly with other planets or intermingling with
protoplanetary disks. If met with ideal conditions on a new planet's surfaces, the organisms become active and the process of evolution begins." So
it could completely explain seeding planets and genetics over millions of years.
Lets step outside the box further. Lets take it back. Almost every culture that existed amongst man has stated. They were created by gods or people
from the stars. That's globally, long before Christianity or Islam. Now before you say it was them trying to grasp their existence. I think they
grasped it just fine. Look at their art, architecture, astronomy. They'd smoke anybody living now even with technology. They lived off the stars
therefore they knew them. For planes or flying things not to be invented they sure had a wild imagination. Now equate that to a modern day
experience, lets go with Bill Cosby. 40 some odd women claimed he did the exact same thing. At some point you had to tell yourself maybe he did it.
I use that same logic when thinking of the ancient people, and there writings. Just think the only thing that seems worthy of writing in stone are
fairy tales. That doesn't make sense either.
I count nothing out in my search for the truth. No true scientist does either. They prove it. Science hasn't proven it or there would be no debate.
There are theories and like I said some more plausible than others, but its still unknown. I can go on. If we get obliterated tomorrow what tools
will they find at most of our houses, our sky scrappers. Certainly not the ones that built them.. You wont find cranes and the heavy equipment on
location. That got packed up along time ago. You may find a hammer and drills other things for maintenance. So when you find a tool in the sand can
you really assume that's what everybody was working with? I assume more advanced species clean up better than us. After all we are pretty
I do enjoy a healthy debate, but don't assume I don't read the same science books, or that I'm hell bent on aliens.I find Giorgio Tsoukaloss to be
funny and an extremist. Everything is aliens to him. I do read mainstream science. I just don't take them as gospel. They have there motivations.
They need that grant money and certain people pay for there services as long as they get what they need out of it. Just look at the global warmign
debate. Before that the world was flat. We were also the center of the Universe. I don't trust everything men touch. That goes with History
books,(Texas is proving that) the Bible(Romans), Quran, anything written to tell a story. The winners tell it their way. How they want to present it
or control someone else. But if you read enough you see a pattern. Everybody steals a lil something from somewhere else, eventually you find common