Recent studies reveal that human beings actually had originated somewhere in a distant planet near Alpha Centauri. They're damn sure that biological life could not have been a product of this planet earth, but some extra outer space materials truly contributed to the formation of the human bionics and spiritual materials. Friend! We are on our way to encounter a revolutionary paradigm!!
So, how did we get here, from Alpha Centauri, that is?
Well, a comet may have brought that 'matter' here. Some meteor maybe. Or just a cosmic intelligent wave of maternal love had spread that seed of life in the universe. There are possibilities. The old man knows better!
So, humans just jumped on a passing comet or rock that brought us here? Uh-huh.
Or, your alternative explanation is magic. Uh-huh.
If you have a phobia for seeing magic everywhere, then I can't help. I said 'matter', the seed of life. It's all very scientific, life coming in this planet through a cosmic agent. Get mature, dude!!
The seed of life came through a comet or some other cosmic vehicle. Then, as you know well, through the absurdly prosaic command of an unidentifiable phenomenon, suddenly a strange chemical reaction began in a primordial pond.
Then, in a more bizarre fashion, some atoms gathered and decided that they wanted to form a DNA! And it was formed.
Then the DNA called forth their atomic colleagues, and the first bacterium saw the light of the sun. And then, that bacterium thought, "Hey! It would be a great idea to become a human being!!", and thus human beings came into the world.
The rest is history...
Really? Cosmic intelligent waves of maternal love are scientific?
Oh yes, I have a phobia for seeing magic everywhere.
"Really? Cosmic intelligent waves of maternal love are scientific? "
That was used to bait an unsuspectingly overconfident wannabe scientist
OMG. We're an engineered accident, or an accident of engineering ... information overload.
Thankfully I'm anthropomorphic and not really made out of anything much.
You're dead cat will, no doubt, be marauding its way around a metaphysical landscape filled with feline delights of wondrous proportions. So yes, he or she will be managing.
Very deceitful of you Taurus. Naughty. You won't get to heaven lying by omittance you know.
My kundalini? Odd you should ask. I have a troublesome spine, the base of which has been aggravating me these last weeks.
Oh no, that means we're all related to Londo Mollari!
Oh, wait, I think you've made a mistake. Listen:
"Trust you? Londo, my brain will be five days dead before I ever trust a Centauri! The first time we meet your people, the first time we meet any other civilization, you tell us you practically run the entire galaxy. What was it you said-- 'A huge empire'?"
"Then you give us some line, that Earth is some lost Centauri tribe, making us 'distant relatives.' Until we finally get our hands on some Centari DNA and find out we're not related at all. Appearances aside, we're two completely different species!"
"A clerical error."
"A clerical error?"
"Yes, we thought you were Beta 9, but it turned out you were beta 12. We make a mistake. I'm sorry. Here, open my wrists."
"Londo, Centauri don't have major arteries in their wrists."
"Of course we don't. What do you think, I'm stupid?"
-- Garibaldi and Londo, from Babylon 5
In conclusion, I think this whole "we come from centauri" theory has been planted by an early Centauri propaganda officer. If sideways mohawks come into fashion in the next ten years, you have been warned.
Mankind did in fact develop in another place in space and our ancestors were placed on this planet by other humans? This could explain the alien sightings carved in cave walls and sightings that reportedly continue today.
We are now trying to put man on Mars. Who's to say that mankind didn't do the same to earth a long time ago?
What if there is no God and Adam and Eve were just two astronauts the were left here to propagate the planet?
And yes, what if bull frogs did have wings....
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