posted on Oct, 4 2003 @ 06:37 PM
Last year I watched a programme on television that was describing the effects that zero gravity would have on the human body if it was exposed to a
long period of in space.
Their conclusion was that there would be extensive muscle wasteage, bone loss in the weight bearing bones such as the legs and spine, but not in the
skull or fingers.
Now if you look at the majority of peoples sightings of aliens they have thin arms and legs (-muscle wasteage-), long fingers (-bone not reduced in
fingers-), large heads compared to their bodies (-bone not reduced in the skull-).
Also their palor seems to be described mainly as grey, wouldn't you expect this if human skin was not in contact with the sun over a few generations.
And finally the big black eyes, I would have thought that after a few generations in the blackness of space then eyes as well as pupil apertures would
evolve to be bigger to absorb as much light as possible.
So looking at all this, couldn't the aliens that we are seeing now, be human beings from the future, coming back to study how they evolved, just as
we study fossilised bones to find out how we evolved.