Could They Be Like Us?

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  1. Shadowprophet

    Shadowprophet N=R^.fp.ne.f1.fi.fc.L

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    Could they be like us? I never allow myself to ponder this subject, from the outside this question sounds almost dismissive of the subject matter, "How much like us are they?"

    See with Extraterrestrial life, We have questioned every angle we can think of and postulated every outcome for visitation from unending world peace to pathogen outbreaks that end all life on earth. But, There is the Idea of panspermia, That life was seeded here that the true origins of life are from somewhere else and it landed here on meteors and comets, and those simple life forms, Began to evolve and adapt to this planet and eventually they evolved into what we are now.

    So, my question is this, Could we share a common ancestor with an extraterrestrial life form? Is life something that spreads through the universe like panspermia? or does it just form when conditions are fitting? Many believe that mankind may have been genetically altered by some outside intelligence, We really don't know why Human beings are so advantaged over other life forms on earth in the ways that we are, Firstly, While we don't have the largest brains of all life forms on earth, The blue whales brain is actually a bit larger than a humans, And the Dolphins brain is just amazing to study, I'd suggest it " Dolphin Brain and Intelligence "if you are interested in that kind of thing."

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    The thing is, our body to brain ratio is amazing, Our brain accounts for 20 percent of our overall energy output, That's 1/5th of our total energy haul, more than any other organ in our bodies, That's quite unlike most other life forms on earth. There is no mistaking it really, We humans are seemingly unique among other life forms, We are so unique, We seek a kinship, We seek to find something anything like us. We ask, Are we alone in the universe, But the true irony is, We search because we are alone, Looking to find something, That is anything like us.

    So, My question is, The universe is seemingly quite vast, Life May share a common origin in the cosmos,
    What are the odds, in this vast universe, Of there being, Not just a planet of intelligent life out there? But something almost exactly like us? in almost every way.

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    Ultimately, How Unique are we really in this cosmic landscape?
     
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  2. Toroid

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    I often ponder the same questions. According to the Law of One series and the entity identifying itself as Ra the first thing that came into existence was the Infinity then it became aware, akin to an AI. In the Urantia Book aka Earth Book & in the Wingmakers CD-ROM the number of inhabited worlds in the Grand Universe is 5,342,482,337,666. The Wingmakers hold the original template for the human species which I presume is billions of years old and has numerous variations.

    There are Life Carriers who seed worlds and beings that have access to all the codes for life like the Sylths. I heard a story of a tree that's been extinct for millions of years growing at the base of a pyramid. The Earth contains two hyperdimensional pyramids. In the Emerald Tablets of Thoth: The Atlantean he claims to have built the great pyramid, patterned after the pyramid of earth force.

    From what I've heard the dominate race on a planet will eventuality obtain the ability for space travel. According to Corey Goode and David Wilcock a lot of alien races look very similar to us.

    Paper 15 - The Seven Superuniverses | Urantia Book | Urantia Foundation
    How many inhabitable planets? - page 1 | Urantia Book Forum |

    Who Really Built the Pyramids of Giza? Thoth’s Enigmatic Emerald Tablets May Provide the Answer
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  3. Shadowprophet

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    This is awesome, I had never heard of the seven superuniverses theory before, And as an added bonus feature there is a play tab it's an audiobook, I've been listening to this for over an hour, It's awesome, Thanks, bro :)
     
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  4. Kchoo

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    One thing you can marvel at is the diversity of life from the oceans to the sky on this planet. If life finds so many ways to exist, no doubt life exists elsewhere, and if mutation drives it all even randomly, then WOW huh?

    Well, it just seems that this biological intelligence would eventually produce a mind similar or even superior to man on many planets. Long term survival of this biological intelligence requires it to be smart enough, and practical enough to ensure its own survival by managing its resources carefully, and by reaching out and expanding. DNA seems designed to expand itself as a seed of life with seemingly no limit as to where it will find itself as it seems designed to continually expand.

    Life in all its forms tries to expand and grow. It spreads, and reaches out... It modifies it’s strategy through survival of successful mutations and will continue to spread. Life as we know it is the same for everything in that intelligence, in that genetic programming.

    Next we reach to the stars, and we are just beginning that stretch.
    Life has resulted in mankind on Earth from millions of years in the making.
    So it is easy to imagine that the man form is a practical result of living and evolving long enough... so yeah, they may even look like us...

    Yes. They could be like us.
     
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  5. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I've read the Urantia book, quite an interesting read, but you lost me when you mentioned that con artist Corey Goode...:Whistle:

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  6. Toroid

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    The Grand Universe model came from the Corteum bible. I've read that the Corteum are the Annunaki.
     
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    One of the themes of Star Trek was that there was an advanced species that seeded numerous planets, thus explaining the abundance of humanoid life forms.

    If, however, that didn't happen, then it seems unlikely that highly similar forms would evolve under vastly divergent conditions.
     
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