Friday, March 18, 2016

Aliens and the Creation of Man

   The beginning of man is all a mystery, that we are now slowly uncovering with the advancement of new technology. We have accepted this idea of a superior being creating us into existence, but what if that is half correct, what if we were created but not in the same way it is written in the Bible.

    According to Darwin in his book The Origin of Species, he explains evolution was a result of natural selection. Which in simple terms is a long term process where better-adapted individuals reproduce more successfully. We as a species have evolved to shed our skin, have a bigger brain, stand upright. What to me and many scientist does not make sense is to why we shed our fur, because after we had to wear fur off of other animals to keep us warm in the winter, which is what British zoologist Desmond Morris argued in his book The Naked Ape. While others argue that it does make sense because the early bipedal hominids came out of the forests in Africa into the savannahs where they had more sun and thermal radiation to cope with.

According to Alfred Russel Wallace, a colleague of Darwin, called it the intelligence evolution. Wallace could not see how Darwin's natural selection could prove how we have evolved so drastically, he believed that the human brain and its intellectual faculties are qualitatively different from anything that had preceded them. He believed that this ginormous gap could not have been bridged through natural selection alone, which is where he believed that there was an unseen creative spirit of all life on Earth. He believed this spirit came down to Earth three times: First to create life from inorganic matter; Second was when animals achieved some kind of consciousness; Thirdly was when humans achieved the same kind of mental awareness that we have now. He believed that this wasnt just random occurrences like what Darwin thought he believed that this changes had a creative intelligence behind it.

    This unseen creative spirit could easily be an extraterrestrial that was curious in our biology. The belief of our "creation" could possibly be the moment that extraterrestrials came to Earth and made us in their image while keeping our individuality.


  1. Your idea of aliens amazes me and makes me wonder how you know so much about them. I'm starting to think that you might be an alien.

  2. The idea evolution is definitely still a theory and I am happy that people still question Darwin in the face of irrefutable evidence.

  3. I love learning all about the different theories of existence. It is almost impossible to know for certain which one is true, so being educated with all of them is a good idea.