Would it bother you if you found out you are not from this planet? It isn’t as crazy as it may seem at first. At least two modern scientists agree. Dr. Ellis Silver is an ecologist.

A U.S. ecologist has claimed that humans are not from Earth but were put on the planet by aliens tens of thousands of years ago.

Dr Ellis Silver points to a number of physiological features to make his case for why humans did not evolve alongside other life on Earth, in his new book.

They range from humans suffering from bad backs – which he suggests is because we evolved in a world with lower gravity – to getting too easily sunburned and having difficulty giving birth.

Dr Ellis says that while the planet meets humans’ needs for the most part, it does not perhaps serve the species’ interests as well as the aliens who dropped us off imagined. …

‘Mankind is supposedly the most highly developed species on the planet, yet is surprisingly unsuited and ill-equipped for Earth’s environment: harmed by sunlight, a strong dislike for naturally occurring foods, ridiculously high rates of chronic disease, and more,’ he told Yahoo.

Dr Ellis says that humans might suffer from bad backs because they evolved on a world with lower gravity.

He also says that it is strange that babies’ heads are so large and make it difficult for women to give birth, which can result in fatalities of the mother and infant.

No other native species on this planet has this problem, he says.

He also believes humans are not designed to be as exposed to the sun as they are on Earth, as they cannot sunbathe for more than a week or two – unlike a lizard – and cannot be exposed to the sun every day without problems.

Dr Ellis also claims humans are always ill and this might be because our body clocks have evolved to expects a 25 hour day, as proven by sleep researchers …

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That 25 hour day idea was shown to be false after more research (in 1999). We may instead have an intrinsic human circadian pacemaker which averages 24.18 hours, but we do have oddly large sunburnable heads.
The next scientist, Professor Wickramasinghe, stated that we are most likely aliens since conditions for spreading life seems likely to exist via comets.

Prof Chandra Wickramasinghe, of Cardiff University, said new research “overwhelmingly” supported the view that human life started from outside our Earth. The Astrobiologist said the first “seeds of life” were deposited on our plant from space 3,800m years ago.

He claimed microbes from outer space arrived on earth from comets, which then “multiplied and seeded” to form human life. His said his evidence, published in Cambridge University’s International Journal of Astrobiology, showed humans, and all life on Earth, came from aliens brought to the earth by comets hitting the planet.

“Yes, we are all aliens – we share a cosmic ancestry,” Prof Wickramasinghe said.

“Each time a new planetary system forms a few surviving microbes find their way into comets.

“These then multiply and seed other planets.”

He added: “”We are thus part of a connected chain that extends over a large volume of the cosmos. Evidence is pointing inexorably in this direction.”

Prof Wickramasinghe believes life is transferred from planet to planet over billions of years. He believes comets hit planets and pushed living matter out into space.

He said some survived and got transferred to new planets over a timescale of millions and millions of years. But he accepts this model still does not explain how life actually began in the first place.

The professor and his late colleague Sir Fred Hoyle championed the so-called “panspermia” theory from the 1960s.

“Evidence from astronomy overwhelmingly supports the view that life did not start on Earth but was seeded from outside,” Prof Wickramasinghe said. …

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If you think comets are fairly few and far between, consider the OORT Cloud.

The Oort cloud has never been observed but is thought to be a spherical distribution of icy objects like comets orbiting our Sun at distances between 3000 and 100,000 AU. It is also believed to be the origin of many of the long-period comets in the solar system.  … Astronomers theorize that there are approximately 1012 to 1013 members of the Oort cloud with a total mass of about 100 Earth masses.

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In other words, there are many more comets than planets in our solar system, billions more!


The feeling that we are alien to this world, in my view, comes from a deeply hidden but true awareness that we are simulated beings running in a simulated universe.

Perhaps we are programs running on a spaceship hidden in that cloud of billions of comets.

A simulated universe allows for endless  different alien species to visit our planet, but interaction between simulations (people) is currently keeping this “aliens on earth” minority view from manifesting as proven. 

What is in our consensus reality currently is the fact that there are countless other planets in other parts of the universe, many of which should sustain life as we know it. Step by step, we may reach the contact state.

Do you want there to be aliens, or not?

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