Life on Earth, Came From Other Planets. There is biological evidence of life in this planet's oldest rocks. Genetic evidence indicates life has a genetic pedigree extending backwards in...
Life on Earth, Came From Other Planets. There is biological evidence of life in this planet's oldest rocks. Genetic evidence indicates life has a genetic pedigree extending backwards in time billions of years before Earth was formed. The genetic Seeds of Life flow throughout the cosmos, and contain the genes and genetic instructions for the evolution and metamorphosis of every creature which has walked, crawled, swam or slithered across the Earth. Once these life forms fell to Earth, they terraformed the planet, creating an oxygen atmosphere and secreting oceans of calcium which enabled oxygen breathing animals with bones and brains to evolve. Living creatures modify the environment, which acts on gene selection giving rise to tissues, organs, and species which had been coded into genes inherited from ancestral species whose own ancestors hailed from other worlds. What we call evolution is under precise genetic control, similar to embryogenesis and metamorphosis, and involves complex gene- environmental interactions. Evolution is not random but is instead the replication of creatures which long ago lived on other planets. Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe (along with his colleague astrophysicist Fred Hoyle) is the father of the field known today as astrobiology. (Hoyle coined the term The Big Bang). Dr. Rudy Schild is a famed astrophysicist hailing from the Center for Astrophysics at the Harvard- Smithsonian. Dr. Rhawn Joseph began his scientific career in the 1970s making major discoveries in biology and the neurosciences which triggered a paradigm-shift in scientific thought. According to Dr. Joseph, Earth is Not the Center of the Biological Universe. If Life were to appear on a desert island we wouldn't claim it was randomly assembled in an organic soup or created by the hand of god; we'd conclude it washed to shore or fell from the sky. Earth too, is an island, orbiting in a sea of space, and living creatures and their DNA have been washing to shore and falling from the sky since our planets creation. The likelihood that life on Earth was created in an Earthly-organic soup is the equivalent of discovering a computer on Mars and proclaiming it was randomly assembled in the Methane Sea. What is the origin of life? Genetics indicates a 10B.Y. ancestry. Life may have many origins including within primordial planets drifting within nebular clouds. It has been scientifically demonstrated that microbes can easily survive the ejection from and crash landing onto a planet, and a prolonged journey through space. Bacteria, archae, and viruses have taken root on innumerable worlds much older than our own, and act as interplanetary genetic messengers, acquiring genes and transferring genes from species to species as they and their descendants are deposited on innumerable worlds following cosmic collisions. The Earth, too, was seeded with life, which fell upon the new planet encased in meteors, asteroids, comets, and oceans of ice. Once on Earth, microbes and viruses exchanged genes, possibly with single celled eukaryotes, triggering multi- cellularity and then the evolution of plants and animals perfectly adapted for a world which had been genetically transformed and prepared for them. Genes act on the environment, genetically altering the environment, and the altered environment (in conjunction with regulatory genes) acts on genes which had been inherited from ancestral species which long ago lived on other worlds. Evolution is not random. Just as apple seeds contain the genetic instructions for the growth of apple trees, these genetic seeds of life contained the DNA-instructions for the Tree of Life, and the metamorphosis of all life, including woman and man: the replication of creatures which long ago lived on other planets.