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We are decedents of space traveler’s; not monkeys

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We are decedents of space traveler’s; not monkeys

Humans did not evolve from monkeys. Humans have been humans since making our first step on this planet.

Earth was formed 4.543 billion years ago

The earth was covered entirely in ice 2.6 million years ago (climate change debate is

Homo sapiens first walked on this planet 200,000 years ago. So humans have been around for a mere 0.004% of the Earth's history.

It was not evolution that transformed us into what we are today, it was the seed of life that visitors “planted” on this planet.

Just as we will do on another life supporting planet in our near future.

We are aliens on our own planet

There were flies then

still flies today

The question remaining is..,when will they say hello?

 

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Umm, I don't think so, try this for a Start...

 

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Sounds life the crap ravenchamp used to post .....

I guess the aliens built the pyrimids and you've seen ufos and Bigfoot too.....

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On 7/31/2017 at 1:07 PM, tooldtocare said:

We are decedents of space traveler’s; not monkeys

Humans did not evolve from monkeys. Humans have been humans since making our first step on this planet.

Earth was formed 4.543 billion years ago

The earth was covered entirely in ice 2.6 million years ago (climate change debate is

Homo sapiens first walked on this planet 200,000 years ago. So humans have been around for a mere 0.004% of the Earth's history.

It was not evolution that transformed us into what we are today, it was the seed of life that visitors “planted” on this planet.

Just as we will do on another life supporting planet in our near future.

We are aliens on our own planet

The question remaining is when will they say hello?

With respect, this kind of post is frustrating.

No one that has an understanding thinks we are descendants of Monkeys. Your first sentence is a credibility killer. 

By "visitors" I hope you mean microbes that were possibly deposited from meteorites, likely originating from whats called the Ort region. This is referred to as "Panspermia" and is pretty much an accepted  theory.

Those microbes then evolved, based on the conditions, into what we see today.

In the scale and size of our universe, IMO, we're insignificant and unknown, and probably not remarkable, big picture. 

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Just finished "A Universe from Nothing" by Theoretical Physicist Lawrence Krauss. Really good except the Quantum Physics kinda gives me a bit of a headache. Keep thinking what your thinking but I have to say your assumptions are Way Off. People Way smarter that us pretty much have it figured out. I don't buy the Hocus Pocus or Spirituality stuff anymore.

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20 hours ago, pepper said:

With respect, this kind of post is frustrating.

No one that has an understanding thinks we are descendants of Monkeys. Your first sentence is a credibility killer. 

By "visitors" I hope you mean microbes that were possibly deposited from meteorites, likely originating from whats called the Ort region. This is referred to as "Panspermia" and is pretty much an accepted  theory.

Those microbes then evolved, based on the conditions, into what we see today.

In the scale and size of our universe, IMO, we're insignificant and unknown, and probably not remarkable, big picture.

I believe that without a doubt. 

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If you have an Audio Ripper, D/L this from You Tube & rip the track. It's Mind Boggling how far these guys have taken everything about the Universe up to now.

 

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On ‎8‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 6:42 AM, PinkFlamingo said:

I believe that without a doubt. 

No microbe could survive traveling in outer space for hundreds, more likely thousands of years before reaching this planet. 

next 

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20 minutes ago, tooldtocare said:

No microbe could survive traveling in outer space for hundreds, more likely thousands of years before reaching this planet. 

next 

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I agreed with what I bolded

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On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 8:50 PM, blowboatbethesda said:

"Decedents? " Really?

Decedents, posting from the grave. 😱

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7 hours ago, tooldtocare said:

No microbe could survive traveling in outer space for hundreds, more likely thousands of years before reaching this planet. 

next 

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So a microbe cannot but a complex multicellular organism did? 

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14 minutes ago, Rael said:

So a microbe cannot but a complex multicellular organism did? 

A microbe is already a "living thing". A microbe cannot materialize out of elements or rare earth elements on its own.

And no, a microbe cannot survive outer space for an hour much less 1,0000 years.

Did we find microbes on the moon?

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3 hours ago, tooldtocare said:

A microbe is already a "living thing". A microbe cannot materialize out of elements or rare earth elements on its own.

And no, a microbe cannot survive outer space for an hour much less 1,0000 years.

Did we find microbes on the moon?

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Theres an Earth born creature that actually can survive it, it's called a Tardigrade. Beyond that, both Lichen and some bacteria have been known to survive the frozen vacuum of space, massive radiation included. These creatures (called water bears) are considered almost unkillable. Check it out.

The Tardigrade is especially impressive, in that a handful have survived a full 10 days exposure to the vacuum of space and full blast radiation.  2007. 

Would you say you're qualified to make that statement referring to specific microbes or just in general?  I'd say you're not, but no disrespect.

Microbes on the Moon?  You should check that out. 

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Panspermia, look it up. When a large say Asteroid or just a big enough Rock hits a Planet, or Moon at sufficient velocity, some of the material there, on impact may achieve sufficient velocity to escape that body's gravity. Now, there are those who looking at Mars are seeing evidence that some Millions and Millions of years ago, Mars was much wetter and had more of an atmosphere than it does now. In the meantime, we have already found meteorites that appear to have originated from Mars. So given the possibility that there may have been some early Microbial Life arising there, it is wholly possible that may have been "Transplanted" here by such events. We do not know or can prove that is the case but it remains another Possibility of how Life took hold here long ago.

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19 hours ago, tooldtocare said:

I asked you first (:-

This might help. It goes into how microbes can survive in space, covers Panspermia, and also the Tardigrades.

IMO, the problem is when people try to use common laymans understanding of how microbes actually work. Remember, the Panspermia idea is referencing microbes that for one, are likely billions of years old, and two, unlike what we're familiar with.  

Granted, this link is written for us commoners, but if you're interested, it could be a good start point. Your idea that microbes "cannot survive in outer space for an hour" sort of makes sense in a conventional wisdom way, but it's just not accurate.

http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/03/bacteria-space/

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17 hours ago, pepper said:

Granted, this link is written for us commoners, but if you're interested, it could be a good start point. Your idea that microbes "cannot survive in outer space for an hour" sort of makes sense in a conventional wisdom way, but it's just not accurate.

http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/03/bacteria-space/

The article said three hours, not one. I will concede that point. Put we are not talking about hours or days or even years, we are talking about thousands of years passing through the void of space at sub-zero temperatures with no water. I do not think you can find one credible scientist who would say such a life form is possible.

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