Leading environmentalist and ecologist claims "Humans are not from earth"

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The concept that humanity is not from Earth is as debatable as it is intriguing. Are we actually aliens on our own planet? If this is the truth where is our place of beginning in the galaxy? A scientific assessment of the proof against man’s evolution on planet Earth has been put forward by a scientist and writer. According to Dr Ellis Silver, important ecologist, there are a number of explanations why humans do not come from Earth.


In his book, Humans are not from Earth: a scientific assessment of the proof, Dr. Silver lists seventeen causes which propose we are not from this planet. He also debates the place of our origin and the timeline when humanity appeared on Earth.



A scientific assessment of the proofs for and (mostly) in contradiction of man’s evolution on Planet Earth, by a leading environmentalist and ecologist. Including:

  • An assessment of the thirteen leading hypotheses
  • Seventeen causes which propose we are not from Earth
  • How did we get here?
  • When did we get here?
  • What is our home planet like?
  • The most likely stars that our home planet orbits
  • If the aliens are out there why can’t we perceive them?
  • Are we the aliens?





In this interesting book Dr Ellis Silver delivers answers to all of these questions, based on current proof and thinking in the scientific community and elsewhere. Dr. Silver says our physiology proposes we evolved on a planet with lesser gravity.

“Mankind is apparently the most extremely developed species on the planet, yet is astonishingly unsuited and ill-equipped for Earth’s environment: damaged by sunlight, a strong dislike for naturally occurring foods, absurdly high rates of chronic disease, and more, “Dr. Silver said in an interview with Yahoo news.

“The Earth roughly meets our requirements as a species, but maybe not as intensely as whoever carried us here initially thought,” Silver said in an interview with Yahoo news. “Lizards can sunbathe for as long as they like – and many of them do.

We can just about get away with it for a week or two. But day after day in the sun? Forget it. You might as well just lie down on the freeway and wait for a bus to hit you.” We are astonished by the sun, which is also odd, says Silver – most animals are not.


Dr. Silver claims that some long-lasting illnesses that plague the human race – such as bad backs – could be a symbol we grew on a world with lesser gravity. Silver points to other exclusive human characters – such as the fact that babies’ heads are so big that women have problem giving birth – in earlier eras, this was often deadly for mother, child or both.


“No other all native species on this planet has this problem,” he says. Dr. Silver also points out to the “extra” 223 genes in human beings, which are not present in any other species, and to the absence of a fossil “missing link”.

Dr. Silver also says that the human race has flaws that mark us out as being perhaps “not of this world”.

“We are all frequently ill,” says Dr. Silver. “Certainly, if you can find a single person who is 100% fit and healthy and not suffering from some (possibly hidden or unstated) condition or disorder (there’s a wide list in the book) I would be enormously surprised – I have not been able to find anyone.”

Did we evolve on an alien world?

“I have faith in that many of our glitches stem from the simple fact that our internal body clocks have grew to expect a 25 hour day (this has been confirmed by sleep scientists), but the Earth’s day is only 24 hours. This is not a modern condition – the same issues can be outlined all the way back through mankind’s history on Earth.”

Dr. Silver does not propose one answer – but a probability that early pre-humans such as Homo erectus were hybridized with another species. He also proposes several possible origins, including Alpha Centauri.

“Humans are not from Earth was printed mostly to gauge reaction from readers and to provoke thought, mainly among those who might not have considered such a prospect before.” Dr Ellis says that while his idea is an thrilling evolution of that idea, it is proposed to be thought-provoking and in his opinion he have had a largely positive response to it.

Now, Dr. Silver hopes that readers will contact him with more proofs for a more extensive follow-up work.


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This post was written by Usman Abrar. To contact the writer write to iamusamn93@gmail.com. Follow on Facebook

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  1. I always thought we were a science project, with our "creators" not having 2 genders. Monthly cramps so painful that at their worst render the woman unable to move? A reproductive process where the host of the offspring winds up vomiting? Morning sickness doesn't just occur in the morning. A woman busy vomiting for much of the time can't gather food, or even be able to protect the growing offspring. 18.5 of every 100,000 birth mothers in the USA die from complications of pregnancy. This is with modern medicine, so of course the numbers are much higher when there's no medical care. Carrying a child does damage to a womans' body. Perineal tears can lead to life-ending infection. Preeclampsia can kill a woman, having the wrong Rh factor can kill, too. The mildest of damage due to pregnancy is bladder prolapse, where urine leaks during coughs, laughter, exercise or whenever. Not a particularly efficient design for ensuring the survival of a species, is it? While men have a comparably easier role in the survival of the species, those who stay around to ensure the survival of their genetic (or claimed) offspring are often stressed by the dual role of caregiver and provider. A friend once removed the last carton of chocolate chip mint from another shoppers cart. It was 2 AM, and he had been awakened by his pregnant wife who had a craving for the flavor. He apologized to the shopper, stating he couldn't return without it. He arrived home with the ice cream, and was able to get 2 1/2 hours of sleep before he had to get up for work. And what's with male pattern baldness & the hypergrowth of hair seemingly everywhere else but the top of the head? No male creator at work here, either. So there's my hypothesis for our creation as a two-gender science project, by a life form which either contains both genders or none at all.

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