Quelquechosedautre wrote:I deeply disagree. Many of the points that I scheduled are unique to cats and humans.
Furthermore, the term "hominid" means that associated with man. There were many species of humans around a few tens of thousands of years ago, but if I am correct, they ALL became extinct as the current "man" is actually a repackaged, upgraded cat.
maxmercury wrote:I am not 100% sold on the Intervention theory either as a basic question never gets answered: How did the aliens come to being?
maxmercury wrote:Humans and cats do share many similarities, but the same can be said of humans and dogs. I do see where you are going with this theory as it is possible the ETs tested other animals before they started on us humans.
maxmercury wrote:How did the aliens come to being?
Quelquechosedautre wrote:(Please note that this thread is the result of serious long term consideration and research. It is NOT a joke.)
saxoneer wrote:How did you come into being max?
Vance87 wrote:And how should we go about answering that? Lol.
O-D wrote:Well, don't most scientist believe that all creation was just spontaneous and accidental?
Not like some being of enormous power clapped his hands and the big bang happened.
Buzi-Blu wrote:While it would be fascinating if any intervention had taken place, to me such theories smack of laziness. Whenever we come across something unusual in nature it is all too easy to claim that some intelligence created it, rather than find a mechanism of how it could arise naturally.
We had these arguments for years before the theory of evolution, or before geology. The same can be said in almost any science, but step by step we have come to understand the world better and the mathematics that seems to govern it.
"Accidental" is possibly the wrong word. The process of change and increasing complexity is predicted from the mathematics, although the precise outcomes are the result of chance. There is still an enormous amount to learn about these processes, and it is premature to resort to outside intervention, especially in the absence of any proof (or even evidence) that such intelligences exist.
Intelligent life must evolve somewhere first without intervention, and if so then why can't it have evolved here on earth in that way?
maxmercury wrote:The chances of DNA being formed by accident is the same as a Boeing 747 being fully constructed after a hurricane hits a junkyard.
This is from some very good researchers out there, like Mr Colin Wilson.
saxoneer wrote:Hey Blu, did you just invent a new word...evolvability!
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