Quote# 61638We are not from this planet, possibly from Mars&Nibiru???
Well, here is the proof:
main reasons why is that are
I - This planet has more intense gravity then our original
II - This planet has too fast circadian rhytm then our original
III - This planet is just too close to Sun then our original
IIII - Sun radiation is far too strong for us to survive
I First and main proof is bone breaking, if we are made for this planet there is no way we could break a bone when we fall on ice or snow, we should be able too jump higher, and not to hurt ankle. All sort od injuries we have just because gravity is too strong on this planet. There is nothing bad in feeling heavy, it is for the gravity too strong. Yes, also bone diseases and pain, spinal pain, discus hernia, that shouldn't happen if gravity is smaller.
II I bet all of you has this problem from time to time, just having to have one more hour a day, and everything would be just fine, I am sure Earth has been manipulated somehow to prolong duration of day, but it was impossible to make it longer, because all plants and animals here would suffer.
III If we look directly at the Sun we can damage eyes, that is not logical if we were adapted to this planet. Also UV rays making more damage to our eye system, in fact we all feel just right when sun is lower and during cloudy days, no kidding, all northern countries are more industrial developed. it is because of that reason, heat is good for reptilians only. (there was one movie with Charlie Sheen about that )
IV If there wasn't strong XXstrong magnetic field Sun radiation would kill us, that couldn't happen if planet is on greater distance from Sun..
There is plenty of proof, reasons why is not logical that we live on this planet, more correct we are not from here, or partially our genes are not.
MankoW, Above Top Secret 27 Comments
[4/23/2009 2:11:49 PM]
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Submitted By: jsonitsac
I People exposed to long term reduced gravity experience bone density loss, therefore a planet with less gravity would make their bone's weaker.
II If we had 25 hour days people would try to cram 26 hours of stuff into them. I've worked freelance with no structured schedule and trust me, it doesn't work, no matter how many hours you put into your personal day.
III Our eyes are made to give us information. There is no survival critical information inside the sun. You've just proved that we've not adapted to look at the sun. Bravo. You've also neglected that the initial developments in western civilization came from the east Mediterranean (hot) and the Nile River Valley (really hot).
IV Without a magnetic field all life would suffer. That means we're all from the same planet, which negates your second point. Additionally Mars is a greater distance from the sun and solar radiation levels are unhealthy and have diminished its atmosphere.
4/23/2009 2:22:53 PM
The only thing for which there is plenty of proof is that Wanko...er...Manko is stark raving mad.
4/23/2009 3:36:12 PM
Did the fleet which carried humanity to earth fly into the sun 150,000 years ago? Are we the descendants of a half human half robot? If so, please turn off your TV.
4/23/2009 3:51:46 PM
I. We aren't made for this planet. We adapted to it through millions of years of evolution that happened by extremely small, incremental genetic mutations. Once we evolved enough to reproduce a few billion people, evolutionary progress slowed even further.
It's unlikely that a genetic mutation will spread throughout an entire species when it has a population in the billions. Mutated individuals would have to reproduce more offspring than the other several billion individuals. For this reason, humans haven't evolved into flawless creatures with bones of steel.
II. It's human nature to want more than we have, including time. It's also human nature to schedule more things than we can accomplish on time. Both are most likely remnants of survival instincts from our Neanderthal days. It's irrelevant, anyway. What counts is that our sleep-wake and energy cycle is remarkably well synchronized with 24-hour Earth days.
III. If you look at the Sun, it hurts. That's enough to stop most people, so sunlight-resistant eyes are evolutionarily unnecessary.
IV. ...mmmkay, whatever you say, dude.
4/23/2009 5:21:41 PM
I. This just proves we evolved from something that walked on all fours to an animal that walks upright. While this has advantages in walking and running, it also puts all one's weight on a few joints, namely the knees, hips, and ankles. Not coincidentally, these joints get arthritic first from all the wear and tear that other animals don't force on these joints.
4/23/2009 5:31:20 PM
Why it's obvious, we all come from Krypton! Our bones shatter because of the suns weakening Kryptonite rays.
4/23/2009 5:48:07 PM
To be fair, even the wack-jobs at ATS are calling him stupid.
4/23/2009 7:44:44 PM
4/24/2009 1:48:01 AM
This guy has very original thoughts on original gravity and planets. Unfortunately, they´re FALSE.
4/24/2009 1:52:13 AM
I have no idea how this makes sense in your mind.
4/24/2009 2:01:31 AM
MankoW, above top secret, below human intelligence.
4/24/2009 3:31:58 AM
Well, if it's in a Charlie fuckin' Sheen movie, it must be a fact!
4/24/2009 5:39:56 AM
Crappiest sci-fi premise ever!!!
4/24/2009 7:00:48 AM
So every single mammal is from another planet? Is there any mammal that can look directly into the sun without hurting their eyes? Is there any species at all that can do this?
And then =/= than. Then is used regarding time (later, now, before), than is used as a comparison (stronger than him).
4/24/2009 7:09:37 AM
You know what would be fun to see? This boob and a Scientologist go at it.
4/24/2009 7:22:51 AM
You know your crazy when ATS wont even buy your bullshit.
4/24/2009 9:35:39 AM
I gotta a bone for you...
I won't address every stupid point in this post but you have to understand that there is a cost benefit "calculation" for everything that has evoled. Sure we could have stronger bones to prevent more injuries but that extra weight would apparently been more of a burden. Naturtal selection has made bones just strong enough to endure the normal rigors of human existence. No more no less.
One other thing...you are a douchebag.
4/24/2009 10:12:42 AM
There is nothing bad in feeling heavy, it is for the gravity too strong.
Interesting way of phrasing it - I wonder if this guy's not only a conspiracy nut, but also a fatass in denial.
4/24/2009 1:14:18 PM
Re: Jsonitsac's post
It's worse than that, as another spaceship from the planet Golgafrincham landed on Earth, about the same time the Colonial Fleet arrived...
As a result, we're 1/3 Human, 1/3 Cylon, & 1/3 Telephone Sanitizer...
4/24/2009 11:57:51 PM
Scientlogy would love to get hold of this nut; half their work has already been done.
4/25/2009 2:33:53 PM
"I First and main proof is bone breaking, if we are made for this planet there is no way we could break a bone when we fall on ice or snow, we should be able too jump higher, and not to hurt ankle. All sort od injuries we have just because gravity is too strong on this planet. There is nothing bad in feeling heavy, it is for the gravity too strong. Yes, also bone diseases and pain, spinal pain, discus hernia, that shouldn't happen if gravity is smaller."
Then how can animals break their bones? Or are they from another planet too?
4/26/2009 2:13:32 AM
Proof? You keep saying that. It does not mean what you think it means.
4/26/2009 2:17:53 AM
You could be among the first of a newly evolving and emerging species of shambling man-like creatures that is able to survive somehow without man's large brain and intelligence.
4/27/2009 6:37:25 AM
5/1/2009 4:39:53 PM
I have nothing to say about this crap.
I was raised not to make fun of retarded people.
5/7/2009 3:07:29 PM