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adapted to Earth's atmosphere sounds right. Eventually? Seems most things in space are pretty simple when you break it down. I think all beings could break down eventually to something on Earth, or similar enough to fathom.
Originally posted by evanmontegarde
Earth seems like a pretty good candidate for first home to me. Let's look at three big reasons why:
1) Our respiration system has evolved adapted to Earth's atmosphere, and our bodies are made up primarily of Earth's most common material (water).
We have all adapted, or the strongest, survive. We also may have been put here because we can adapt or can already survive. Or we accidentally came here and we survived because we can.
2) Most other life forms on Earth are similar genetically to humans, even fruit flies are something 76% identical.
Fairly well? Which explanation? So "bang" we are here? That's all that happened? Out of nothing we were something?
3) Human presence on Earth can be explained fairly well without the need for another planet or place of evolution.
One thing I wish people could realize, infinity goes both ways. We all seem to understand how space can go on and on forever, also time, in whatever form. Everyone knows this. But time didn't just start, it always has been. People think of a circle as infinity. Well, where does a circle start? it has always been going around just as it always will. What I see people thinking is that time is a spiral, and it started somewhere, but goes on and on forever.
Just my views of course!
Originally posted by djaybeetoo
If we were to turn this idea on its head, could it not be possible that we were originally cloned and placed here by our progenitors either as a part of humanities expansion into the universe of because of a doomsday "noahs ark" scenario?
Any thoughts would be appreciated.