More and more scientists are leaning toward the idea that Earth is not the true home of humankind. There are two possible theories: either we were forced to leave our real planet and adapt to life on Earth, or we are the subjects of a great experiment and our world is a vast laboratory.
The physiological features of man indicate that he is different from other animals that are adapted to the conditions of the Earth. This suggests that human evolution has taken place in parallel with and in opposition to other species of life. Medical scientists have found that humans with back and musculoskeletal problems evolved in a lower gravity environment than on Earth.
Despite considering itself the most advanced species on the planet, humanity is the least adaptable to its environment. High rates of chronic disease attest to this. Human childbirth is the most dangerous and painful of all animal species.
Intolerance to prolonged radiation from the sun also indicates that humans’ home planet was farther from the sun. Even lizards can enjoy the sun every day without harming their bodies. Studies on sleep patterns and human activity confirm that a 25-hour day is optimal for us.
As a result of interbreeding with extraterrestrial races and being brought to Earth 60,000-200,000 years ago, modern humanity, its ancestors and side branches such as Neanderthals and “erect man” were produced already as an evolved and intelligent species of life.
It is interesting to note that Ivan Efremov, a Soviet science fiction writer and scientist, made similar arguments back in the 1950s. In his novel “Razor’s Blade”, he speculated that humanity is not in tune with the environment because of its extraterrestrial origin.