Are Human’s Programmed For Earth?
By James Donahue
NASA probes on the Planet Mars have turned up evidence that life once existed there; possibly in abundance. They report that
the Curiosity rover has uncovered proof that Mars had the essential elements needed to support life.
Rock samples analyzed by the rover were found to contain sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen,
phosphorous and carbon, the critical building blocks for a living organism. Also found are ancient streambeds and there is
some evidence that fresh water may still be present either at the poles or deep underground.
Evidence like this has prompted speculation by some researchers that humans may not be native to Planet Earth,
but may instead have originated on Mars.
A new book by
Dr. Ellis Silver, an American ecologist, offers interesting arguments, based on human physiology, that suggest we may have
evolved on Mars and arrived on Earth some tens of thousands of years in the past.
Silver notes that the human body does not seem adapted to the solar energy and the gravity of this planet. Many
people suffer from back trouble, suggesting that humans originally evolved on a planet like Mars, where the gravity is less.
And humans cannot tolerate too many hours of direct sunlight without suffering severe skin burns. Other animals on Earth do
not share these problems.
"I believe that many of our problems stem from the simple
fact that our internal body clocks have evolved to expect a 25 hour day, but the Earth's day is only 24 hours." Silver said.
We all live and work under a 24-hour clock and a Gregorian calendar, established hundreds
of years ago by the Roman Catholic Church. Because society works and on a 24-hour schedule, people are constantly out of synch
with the natural biological rhythms of their bodies, and this in turn keeps them mentally confused as to just where they are
in space and time.
This was proven by a French experiment by French researcher
Michel Siffre who experimented by living for up to six months in a cave without clocks or sunlight to tell him what time it
was. He discovered that his normal cycle adjusted to 25 hour days and after a longer time in total darkness, sometimes lasted
for up to 48 hours.
Silver, who says his book is designed to provoke scientific
debate, suggests that Earth may have been visited in the ancient past by aliens who conducted genetic experiments with early
humanoid animals to produce homo Sapians.
The puzzle Silver
puts out for us to consider: "Mankind is supposedly the most highly developed species on the planet, yet is surprisingly unsuited
and ill-equipped for Earth's environment."
How did this happen?