Evolution: Is All Life On Earth Extraterrestrial?

Another post related to the last one as it may have sparked an interest out there. Did life come from somewhere else. One theory suggests we are all made from star material, and many types of life were brought here via asteroids and meteorites. We have collections of meteorites with DNA samples from foreign worlds.

Evolution certainly plays it’s part, as everything is ever evolving. I am not going to start arguments over Creationism, or evolution. There is room for all of the differing viewpoints, and I am sorry, and please excuse me if what I have written is offensive to you.

These posts are solely for the entertainment of the masses, and my own amusement. I will probably follow this article with a religious piece totally disproving all of these posts. I hope everyone can enjoy and relax, you are here on this planet to learn how to become your own Gods. If we learn enough, we will create our own universes, and then the beings we create can wonder all of the same things we do.

Evolution: Is All Life On Earth Extraterrestrial?

Human beings came from another planet, not Earth

We keep studying Human history, looking for the answers to the thousand questions, involving WHO WE ARE. The deeper we delve into these things, more questions insert themselves into our curiosity of OUR ORIGINS. Religion doesn’t answer all of the questions. I don’t believe we are truly any smarter, than were earlier in history. (Knowledge is not the same as Smarts)

We know an impressive amount now, as some history had been recorded for posterity’s sake. As we learn to interpret other writing styles of ancient man, we may finally bring more ” TRUTH ” forward, and answer more of those questions that continually plague us. There will never be a time in Human history, whereby we’ve learned enough to have no questions left to answer.

Theories abound, as to this subject. I figure I could have a ” NICHE ” just on this one post, and have millions of articles posted in no time at all. Maybe I will ©. yes I just copyrighted that epiphany, so you just leave it alone!

Anyway….Here’s one such theory, and raised just as many questions as it might seem to answer. BTW…I certainly don’t know what’s really TRUE, and what’s total bull crap, so if we can all keep an open mind, this is only for entertainment. The poster child of this post does not endorse, nor has any affiliations with ” those responsible for the following theories “.  p.s. I also wanted to include this link, please check out this post https://opherworld.wordpress.com/2015/03/15/anthropocene-apocalypse-population-explosion-the-biggest-threat-to-humans-and-most-other-life-on-earth/  as it only makes you wonder even more, Thanks Opher for that fine post, to inspire me to bringing everyone this post.  You are great ( inspirational even ).  Sorry, I have to ask you to look at this too.   http://mindfuldigressions.com/2015/03/15/evolution-schmevolution/

Actual Real Science

Apollo 9 Spacewalk Glitch Led To Life-Altering Experience | Video

http://www.space.com/28759-apollo-9-spacewalk-glitch-led-to-life-altering-experience-video.html

And maybe not quite so real, but with the age of information and techno-trickery, we may never know what is real.

UPDATED Moon Hologram – The Moon is Not What You Think

Proof For Moon Hologram – Energy Pulse & UFO Found In Clip

So what do you make of all this? If it were real, someone would let me know it’s a fake, and if it’s a fake, nobody will comment about it, to allow folks Freedom of belief. Are there any truths left in our age?

Hy Brasil: The Legend & Location FOUND!

I have a few long-winded writing projects going on, and thought y’all might like to just kick back, and enjoy more mysterious possibilities. Consider this a vacation, and no kleenex is needed.

This is actually a double feature today, to give you time to consider all of the possibilities. These clips are short, so there will be no need to pack a picnic lunch.

If you go sailing, please stop by these resorts, and tell them I sent you. ( I get 20%, for giving them the business )

Top 5 Strangest Islands

Hy Brasil: The Legend & Location FOUND!

Sphinx Once Submerged Under Sea Water?

Fossil Suggests Egyptian Pyramids and Sphinx Once Submerged Under Sea Water
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1274558-fossil-suggests-egyptian-pyramids-and-sphinx-once-submerged-under-sea-water/?utm_source=Epoch10&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=6

The entire landscape of the Giza Necropolis, including the pyramids and the Sphinx, shows erosion that some say suggests the area was once submerged by sea water. A unique fossil amplifies this theory.

*Image of the Great Sphinx of Giza via Shutterstock

Archaeologist Sherif El Morsi has worked extensively on the Giza Plateau for over two decades, and in 2013 he partnered with Giza for Humanity founder and fellow researcher Antoine Gigal to publish his controversial discovery of this fossil.

Dr. Robert M. Schloch was one of the first scientists to really tackle the subject of the plateau structures being older than previously thought. In the early 1990s, he suggested the Sphinx was thousands of years older than typically believed, going back to 5000–9000 B.C., based on water erosion patterns found both on the statue and the surrounding rock.

Morsi has been digging deeper into the mystery ever since. During one of his photo shoots documenting the erosion patterns of many of the megaliths in the area, he made a discovery that further suggests the area was submerged at one time.

photo-bsgf.geoscienceworld.org

bsgf.geoscienceworld.org

“During my photo shoot of this ancient seashore line, I nearly tripped off a second level temple block,” said Mr. Morsi in an article published on the Gigal Research website. “To my surprise, the bulge on the top surface of the block that nearly made me trip was a petrified exoskeleton of what seems to be an echinoid (sea urchin), which is a shallow sea marine creature.”

Morsi believes the Giza Plateau was once inundated by a sea surge. The Menkara temple site, in particular, may have once been an ancient lagoon when the high sea covered the Necropolis, the Sphinx, the temple complexes, and other sites.

Other scientists have suggested the echinoid in the limestone was exposed by erosion and the creature was part of the original limestone that formed 30 million years ago. But, Morsi countered those claims and suggested that the creature was cemented, or petrified, in a relatively more recent time, citing evidence that the creature is lying gravitationally flat, that it’s in pristine condition, that it is within the intertidal range of the lagoon, and that it is a large specimen unlike the tiny specimens typically found in limestone blocks.

photo-en.wikipedia.org

en.wikipedia.org

“We can clearly see the pristine condition and minute details of the exoskeleton perforation,” continued Morsi, “which means that this marine creature must have petrified from recent times. It is not a body fossil as most fossils are that date back to 30 million years, but petrified by the sediment deposits that have filled its hollow.”

The inundation, Morsi believes, was rather significant, reaching a maximum of about 245 feet (75 meters) over the current sea level and creating a shoreline spanning the Khafra enclosure near the Sphinx to the Menkara temple. Pitting and tidal notches due to waves and tidal ebbing pepper the stones in this area showing a 6.5-foot (2-meter) intertidal range, according to Morsi.

Moreover, at sites such as the Sphinx, the Sphinx temple, and the first 20 courses of the Great Pyramid, the stones are said to exhibit erosion due to deeper water saturation. On temple blocks, there are sediment and alluvial, or material, deposits seen in shallow sea beds and lagoons. As water recedes, it creates an oozing spongy effect in the rock.

photo-David Henderson iStock

David Henderson iStock

For an echinoid to reach 3 inches (8 centimeters), the size of the fossil, it would take about 15 years. Furthermore the amount of sediments and alluvium deposits as well as the intertidal erosion on the shallower areas would takes centuries, suggesting the area was flooded for quite some time.

However, it’s difficult to determine the exact year of the flooding. Over the past 140,000 years, the sea levels have fluctuated by more than 400 feet (120 meters), as major ice-sheets have grown and receded during glacial cycles, according to CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research.

 

Earth as Our Easter Island

Earth as Our Easter Island

Look, it’s another two for the price of one. Actually the last clip will just keep going if you are encouraging. All of the stories are short. Feel free to bring a thermos and popcorn. no kleeenex is needed here today.

Top 5 Mysterious Lost Worlds

This clip has a whole series, and will play a pile of great questionable articles. I don’t know what is real. and what is B.S. The narrater sounds intelligent, so there is always hope we can at least enjoy the mysteries.

THE SKELETON LAKE OF ROOPKUND, INDIA.

THE SKELETON LAKE OF ROOPKUND, INDIA.

http://livelovelaughdotme2.com/2015/01/21/the-skeleton-lake-of-roopkund-india/

There was more at this address than a single post. It looks like I’ll be here all afternoon, hanging out for some truly interesting reads. Come by if you want to see me, the host is friendly, has great coffee, and seems to like a cool place to hang out.
Check out all of these articles, and you’ll never come back to my place!
Roopkund (sometimes called Skeleton Lake) is a glacial lake in Uttarakhand state of India famous due to more than five hundred human skeletons found at the edge of the lake.

The location is uninhabited and is located in Himalaya at an altitude of 16,499 feet.
http://livelovelaughdotme2.com/2015/01/21/the-skeleton-lake-of-roopkund-india/

The Mysterious Disappearance of the Anjikuni People.

Somebody found me on the internet! I don’t know how, as I’ve been hiding for the last couple of days. They posted a blurb about me, and liked some of my drivel, so I came by. They have some truly interesting articles here on their site. I thought I would stay here for a while, stomp around a bit, OOPS, just trampled a rose bush, I’ll fix it and have a cup of joy here @ http://livelovelaughdotme2.com/2015/01/21/the-mysterious-disappearance-of-the-anjikuni-people/, and revel in the hospitality. Come on by here and check this place out!

giant skull discovered in 1932

Hey y’all, here is a no brainer. Someone just brought me a post! It must have slipped out of their

notebook, when they weren’t looking! At Least they had the decency to give me everything I needed

for it, so the workload is truly minimal. I thank HJJ for the great post, and he’s always welcome to

do more such.

photo-old newspapers

Old newspapers

Here is a giant skull discovered in 1932 by the University of Texas at Austin Anthropology

department at Morhiss Mound seven miles south of Victoria, Texas. The skull was later stolen by

Ales Hrdlicka of the Smithsonian, and the skull was listed as missing to this day.
http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/morhiss/images/VT1-article.html
http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/morhiss/
http://www.sydhav.no/giants/victoria_texas.htm

IT’S THE LIEBSTER AWARD!

 

 

 

photo-liebster award

Thank You For The Cool Trophy, Really!

Well looky here, I have been nominated for the prestigious, much coveted and fought over, LIEBSTER AWARD! I truly have to give my thanks and appreciation to Shruti of Shruti Insights, for offering me this unexpected and awkwardly wonderful opportunity. She has offered me a chance to experience a shot at the Golden Ring, the Kewpie Doll, the Final frontier of Fame and Glory in the ” Blogosphere “. I certainly would never have attempted, or volunteered for Honors such as these, on my own, so again Thank you for the inspiration, and privilege, only using my fear of shotguns or Wrathful, and thoroughly disappointed Friends, to make a man of me, and Accept this One Giant Leap For Mankind Test. Shruti, you’re the best!
So there are rules to all of this. Apparently in order to be a big shot around these parts, I have to play by THESE RULES.
Put the Liebster Award logo on your blog.
Thank and tag the blog who nominated you.
Answer their questions and come up with 10 new ones for you nominees.
Nominate 8 blogs with less than 200 followers, let them know you’ve nominated them and link them in your post.
No tag-back.

 

So Shruti, with much pounding of heart, I will under take this feat, and I Thank You sincerely for your having Faith and Belief in my abilities!

These are the Ten questions I get to answer!
1.Among your blog posts, which one is your favourite?
Well thank you for asking! My favorite post was a story I wrote a couple of years ago, called ” The Waiting Game”, and It was basically a true story about circumstances I had no control over. I only embellished it a tad.

2.At what time of the day do you usually write a blog post?
That is tricky because I post whenever I am either inspired by an idea, or feel like I’m not delivering enough, or not giving people what they want.

3.What is your favourite word in your native language?
Wow, I wish you hadn’t asked me that. I don’t believe I have a singular favorite word. My favorite phrase is ” Papa, I love you! ”

 

4.What do you like to eat in the morning?
That is an easy one, as I don’t eat in the early day. Usually I start getting hungry about 2 or 3 in the afternoon, and I’m a guy so it really doesn’t matter what it is, as long as it can be wolfed down easily.

 

5.Choose one: tea, coffee, milk, hot chocolate. Why do you choose it?
Coffee with cream and sugar. But again, I drink freshly ground dark French Roast. Oh I’m sorry, you asked why? I grew up with good coffee in the S.F. bay area, and I’ve learned coffee really is the cheapest beverage, aside from water, and I don’t like water as fish do things in it.

 

6.Do you have a close friend? Is there one thing that you can only do with that friend?
I am married to my bestest, closest friend, and the thing we do together, I am not allowed to publicly speak about!

 

7.What is your favourite book and why do you like it?
That’s a hard one, but I can safely say my nearly favorite book, if I can only name one is BattleField Earth, by L. Ron Hubbard. I like that it’s long and involved, even though some of it is rather childish, I enjoy humanity taking back their home, and making a difference out in the cosmos.

 

8.What do you really want to learn but you haven’t got the time to do it?
Everything! I want my education to always continue. Right now I want to learn how to make my site work for me. The part about not enough time, unfortunately takes presidence over everything.

 

9.What do you miss from your childhood?
I miss my mommy! She died when I was 9, and I had to grow up because of that.

 

10.Where will you go if you just feel bored at home?
I am not at home at present. In December, I had to come down here to Reno Nevada to help take care of my family. I don’t get bored at home, as I live on 20 acres, in the mountains, and if the trailer feels cramped I just go outside.

 

Now it’s time to make my own nominations for the LIEBSTER AWARD, so I hope I don’t lose any friends over this!
Random Musings And Wanderlust 
Bittersweet Sensations  babyruthbeer
https://girlonstreamblog.wordpress.com/

Dr. J M Landin @ RedNewtGallery

LIZZIE BRIGHT  @  http://lizziebright.com/
Victoria Iskak   @  Raindrops & Fireflies
Margaret  @  Suds & Kisses
mboki_m  @  learning web development

 

And now, finally I get to ask my nominees their most dreaded and difficult to answer, questions.

1) Now that you are here in the magical realm of the blogosphere, what do you want?

2) What is your inner animal?

3) On your blog, are you public, or private, in regard to your personal self?

4) Are you happy in your present place in this life?

5) If I could give you one wish, what would that be?

6) What would be your ideal job?

7) Do you have a favorite kind of pet?

8) Are you able to discuss, religion, politics, or feelings openly, with strangers?

9) Knowing what you know now, what would you have done differently, and of course, why?

10) How many fingers am I holding up?

I told you these would be formidable questions, even though I didn’t word it that way. I didn’t want to scare you away. And in advance, Thank You for playing, now take your dang football and go home!