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Originally posted by Byrd
reply to post by Chamberf=6
Yep. Alice in Wonderland quote.
The "aliens created humans" concept has a lot of holes in it when you look at the real genetics. Other planets don't have the same chemical composition as Earth, and anything that developed elsewhere will have different nutritional needs than Earth organisms.
It also contradicts what we know about the planet and species here.
You could make an argument for this if there were no hominids on the planet and then suddenly modern Homo Sapiens shows up out of the blue (without all the variations such as Homo Heidelbergensis, Australopithecus, etc, etc... along with the older types of Homo Sapiens (different in subtle ways from modern H. Sap.)) But with all those predecessors which are only slightly different from each other and from us, the argument is difficult to support.
Plus... there's no evidence of "nordic aliens" beyond a few people who say they are (doesn't hold up on examination) and some "channeled evidence" and bad photos. I'll believe in them when I see them making a treaty in the United Nations or with a country's government and supplying technology and information that no one here on Earth could come up with. Something like demonstrating cell phones to an ancient Viking -- that kind of advanced technology.