Thursday, February 19, 2015

Are We Being Prepared To Believe That Extraterrestrials Seeded Life On Earth And That Jesus Was An Alien?

There are those who believe that life was first brought to Earth from far across the universe.  In fact, this week there were headlines in news sources all over the world about how British scientists had discovered “evidence” that extraterrestrials may have seeded life on this planet.  And as you will see later on in this article, some of the “most brilliant minds in science” have been promoting this theory for a long time.  But now the support for an extraterrestrial origin for life on Earth seems to be reaching a crescendo.  In addition to unprecedented scientific support, we are being constantly bombarded by messages in popular culture that our planet has been in contact with aliens in the past and that they are about to make contact again.  This is a theme which we see in dozens of novels, television shows, movies and video games.  So could it be possible that we are being “prepared” to believe that extraterrestrials seeded life on our planet?  And as you will see below, there are even many that actually believe that Jesus was an alien.  Yes, that probably sounds very strange, but there are some very important people that are actually convinced that this is true.
But first let’s talk about the origin of life on Earth.  The theory that life originated elsewhere in the universe and was eventually brought here by extraterrestrials has been around for decades.  It is known as “directed panspermia” and this is what Wikipedia has to say about it…
Directed panspermia concerns the deliberate transport of microorganisms in space, sent to Earth to start life here, or sent from Earth to seed new solar systems with life by introduced species of microorganisms on lifeless planets. The Nobel prize winner Francis Crick, along with Leslie Orgel proposed that life may have been purposely spread by an advanced extraterrestrial civilization, but considering an early “RNA world” Crick noted later that life may have originated on Earth. It has been suggested that ‘directed’ panspermia was proposed in order to counteract various objections, including the argument that microbes would be inactivated by the space environment and cosmic radiation before they could make a chance encounter with Earth.

But even though this theory has been around for a very long time, it is only in recent years when it has seen a surge in popularity.
And as I mentioned above, this week we learned that UK scientists say that they have found some “evidence” for this theory
UK scientists have just found some evidence supporting a theory so out of this world it makes others look unimaginative by comparison. A strange, tiny object may suggest that Earth was actually seeded by extra-terrestrials to create life.
It sounds nuts, but first let’s at least look at the findings. Astrobiologist Milton Wainwright and a team of researchers at the University of Buckingham recently discovered a microscopic metal sphere in the dust from the team’s atmospheric balloon. Specifically, the hair-length ball is made of titanium and vanadium with a viscous liquid, and most intriguingly, a biological core.
What on Earth would a ball filled with alien goo be doing, well, on Earth? According to the theory of “directed panspermia,” coined by Nobel Prize winner Francis Crick, such objects may have been used by life forms from outside our Solar System to bring creation to our planet. “One theory is it was sent to Earth by some unknown civilization in order to continue seeding the planet with life,” said Wainwright in an interview while referencing Crick’s work.
Very interesting.
And it is important to note how eagerly those scientists and mainstream publications are interpreting the biological material that was found as “alien goo”.

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Bob said...

It's probably a lot easier to explain than all that.

The universe is +/- 10 billion years older than our solar system. That gives civilizations all over the place plenty of time to grow and evolve. Civilizations a million years older than us would have no doubt evolved past disputes and wars that could have killed them off. Life would - for them - be incredibly long and thus precious.

Suppose our corner of the galaxy has several advanced civilizations that have made it past violence of all kinds. If they had a throwback born every now and then into their societies that was violent and dangerous, they wouldn't lock them up (loss of personal freedom) or execute them (the elimination of life) because they are too civilized for all that. what would they do with these troublemakers?

Find - or terraform - a suitable unpopulated planet to deposit them on. These malcontents would then be free to do as they want without being caged or executed... and could no longer harm society.

Perhaps several of these civilizations used the same planet - maybe Earth - to dump their problem citizens on, each civilization using a different area isolated from the rest. Eventually there would be enough "uncivilized" males and females to start up their own societies and nations. That would explain the racial differences we see here.

So maybe we are all descendants of galactic criminals and are now being observed to see just how we work things out - or not.

Just thinkin' out loud...

texlahoma said...

Bob - That's some pretty good, open minded thinking.

That's pretty much how Australia started out, look at them now, they really made something of themselves.

I'm not sure I buy your theory 100% but it sounds just as plausible, to me, as any of them out there.

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