posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 07:22 PM
Ok, well I'm not going to post a big long explanation, because I just got home from work and I need to go out again... but these are the thoughts
that are coming to my mind right now:
On our planet, seeds somehow inuitively know exactly when to sprout. Have you ever thought about how miraculous that is? How does a seed, that looks
like an inert object, somehow "know" when to sprout? Temperature, soil, water content...yes....but how. Does it have a brain? Does it have a central
nervous system? No. Yet, something inside the seed tells it exactly when the conditions are right to sprout. And, if something tells the seeds they
must sprout at a certain time, a seed must have some kind of "sensing" mechanism on the inside of the seed, in order to respond.
Think of this: every spring, plants know when to start flowering. How? Do they have a brain? Do they have a central nervous system? No. So, how do
they know that it's time? Well, according to botanists, they are triggered by the earth's position around the sun. Yep, depending on how much sun
the earth has been getting, the length of day, the temperature, etc.... So, somehow the plants "sense" that it is time to flower. How?
Similarly, trees somehow "know" when it is time to drop their leaves. How? Botanists say that the lenghth of sunlight in a day is the trigger. When
daylight starts to get less nad less every day, the tree "senses" this, and starts to drop its leaves.
Therefore, it is the earth's position around our sun that is the trigger for things to grow, or stop growing. If it is the temperature of the soil
that triggers a seed to sprout, then that can only happen when the earth is in a location, around the spring equinox. Similarly, a plant starts to
flower also based on the position of the earth, around the spring equinox. Similarly, a tree starts to shed it's leaves based on the earth's
position around the sun, usually around the autumnal equinox.
Therefore, in summary...
IF the earth is a living organism (as man thought in ancient times, at a time when humans lived in harmony with the earth)...
IF the earth's position around the sun is the trigger for a seed to sprout, a plant to flower, and a tree to drop it's leaves...
THEN wouldn't it be reasonable to assume that if the earth's position in the galaxy is the trigger for seeds to sprout and plants to grow, then it
would also be the trigger for IT to grow?
Because also, in order for something to be alive, it must meet certain criteria. The ability to grow is one of those criteria.
And this; rocks usually get smaller over time. When was the last time you saw a rock grow? Well, mountains grow. But mountains are attached to the
Rocks, when NOT attached to the earth...stop growing. Just like hair stops growing when you cut it. Maybe rocks are the earth's hair? Who
But my point is....rocks usually erode away over time. Boulders usually get smaller, not bigger over the years. So, if the expanding earth theory is
correct...if indeed the earth is growing....then earth cannot be a rock. Earth must be a living organism.
And, if the Mayan's celestial predictions are accurate (and we have proven that they are), then they know the precise location of the earth around
the galaxy at any given time. And if that's true....and if they predict massive change at definite intervals around the galaxy...then those could be
signals for a "growth spurt" to occur.
Also, I think my argument shows that maybe Neal Adam's theory that the earth is not living, is incorrect, because only living things can grow,
according to biology! Inanimate objects cannot grow. Except crystals do grow. Hmmm....could crystals be like viruses? Halfway between life and
non-life? Could the earth be a giant geode? Growing....a little bit at different intervals?
Maybe the earth is a geode. If we knew what triggered geodes to grow, we could figure out what triggers the earth to grow. Are geodes triggered by
seasons the same as plants? If so, does that mean that geodes might be living?
Human's are filled with molecules that are crystalline structures. Geodes are crystalline structures. Are rocks, indeed, living, but at a different
vibrational rate than us?
Ok....I'm done for now.
I've convinced myself that more research needs to be done on this hypothesis. And my thought process has only brought up MORE questions. Therefore,
I personally, cannot make a decision as to whether my hypothesis is correct or not.....but I believe my hypothesis I believe definitely is worthy of
Hmmm.....new hypothesis: are geodes like viruses....partly alive, partly inanimate.
[edit on 14-1-2009 by nikiano]