The Neanderthals had brow ridges to keep the sun out of their eyes, but why don't we? When a leading scientist walked into a wall and broke his nose, he decided to find out. In this fascinating and wide-ranging book, Dr. Ellis Silver examines the evidence that's all around us ... and discovers that we evolved on a world distinctly different from the one we live on today.
Here's what you'll discover:
53 factors that prove we couldn't have evolved on Earth.
Why we're here on Earth, and how and when we got here.
Where our true home planet is, and what it's like to live there.
Why valid evidence is ignored, denied and covered up by scientists and governments. (There's actually a very good reason.)
What we really know about extraterrestrials and their spacecraft.
Dr. Silver also uncovers:
The origins of RNA and DNA, and how life evolved - on Earth and elsewhere.
A more accurate timeline of human evolution - without the gaps and mistakes.
Why the Theory of Evolution is wrong - and how to fix it.
Why the Out of Africa theory is wrong - and what really happened.
And much, much more.
Each topic is discussed in depth and backed up with concrete evidence. There are testimonies from expert witnesses, including former world leaders, astronauts, pilots, military personnel, and business leaders; and over 100 pages of references.
If you're interested in discovering the truth about humankind's origins, this mindblowing and compelling book is a must-read.
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About the Author
Ellis Silver is an ecologist and environmentalist, originally from Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He holds a doctorate in limnology (the study of lakes and other inland water ecosystems). For many years, he was the co-director of a private marine research facility near Galveston, Texas, until it was destroyed by Hurricane Ike. He now spends most of his time in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, with occasional forays to Indonesia. Most of that time is spent on boats.
He is passionate about cleaning up the world's oceans, not only from plastics but from other chemical pollutants too. He loves wind turbines (modern sculptures!) but hates solar panels.
He is fascinated by our human origins, has amassed a wealth of evidence which proves we couldn't possibly have evolved on Earth, and has had the privilege of meeting one extraterrestrial and one alien-human hybrid - neither of which he had expected to meet, and he curses his luck that he didn't have a camera with him.