Dr. Ellis Silver has presented a very unusual hypothesis which suggests that humans did not evolve alongside the other species of this Earth but rather arrived on this planet, fully evolved into the homo sapien form between 60,000 and 200,000 years ago.
ACADEMIC SUGGESTS THAT HUMAN BEINGS DIDN’T EVOLVE ON PLANET EARTH Dr. Silver’s theory is based on the fact that human beings display some unusual problems not found among members of the animal kingdom which suggest that the human body did not evolve to deal with the conditions on the planet Earth.
“Mankind is supposedly the most highly developed species on the planet, yet is surprisingly unsuited and ill-equipped for Earth’s environment.” he says.
He points of that human beings suffer from bad backs, which he suggests is because humans evolved in a world with a lower gravitational pull. More compellingly, human beings are sensitive to the sunlight on this world and develop sunburn if they are exposed to it for too long. Humans also have a natural dislike for naturally occurring food, develop larger number of chronic illnesses than any other animal on the planet and have more difficulty and experience more pain when giving birth than any other creature.
Speculating as to how human beings ended up on this planet after evolving somewhere else in the universe, Dr. Silver suggests that the species did not travel voluntarily. He has suggested that humans were banished from another planet and confined to the Earth which was utilised as a prison planet. He said that it is unlikely that highly advanced alien race would tolerate the naturally violent dispositions of human beings.
Perhaps it is the case that human beings will be returned to their natural environment after their propensities for war and destruction have ceased and more powerful aliens have deemed the species safe once more. Equally, it could be true that human beings have been found to be irredeemably violent and problematic and that the species is to be excluded from the advanced alien world on a permanent basis.