On the origin of high diversity in life on Earth.
homo.β, homo.beta, homo.sapiens
The origin of high diversity on Earth
A large amount of diversity in features of life forms on Earth is currently explained by random genetic mutations. Such features include the eye color, blood type and somatotype.
However, with complete relativity and implied determinism obviously any phenomena can only be relatively random. In this case, random is equal to a lack of better explanation.
Here, a better explanation will be provided for some of these phenomena.
I have previously hypothesized that Venus, Earth and Mars are the same species of life and homo.beta which has been evolving on Venus and Mars has been visiting Earth, with even recent visits by
Thus, the source of diversity (hybridization) in features of individuals, and to some degree, diversity in species, are extraterrestrial species introduced during these visits.
A somatotype represents the body structure and metabolism of an individual. There are 3 general somatotypes, but features of multiple types are often present in an individual.
Endomorph/mesomorph fusion is most common, while ectomorphs are rare.
I believe this somatotype is indigenous to Earth and best adopted to its surface atmosphere.
As incubation of individuals of the same species requires specific temperature, a temperature suitable for life on Earth must have been maintained on Venus and Mars too during the development
of homo.beta. Evidently, levels of atmospheric CO2 have been changing with Sun output to maintain this temperature on Earth.
One can thus expect the same mechanism existed on Venus and Mars. This mechanism implies inverse relationship of atmospheric CO2 and O2.
The metabolism of endomorph is characterized by high oxygen uptake, required for burning of fatty acids.
Venus is closer to Sun and thus didn't require as much CO2 as Earth to maintain the needed temperature for life. As low CO2 implies high O2, the atmosphere
of Venus was perfect for endomorphs.
It is thus likely that the endomorph somatotype originated on Venus and was introduced to Earth. However, if Venus.homo.beta went extinct around 2 billion years ago, it is unlikely
that this species is responsible for this:
Assuming Venus.homo.beta went extinct 2 Ga, if endomorphs were introduced from Venus, they were introduced by Venus.homo.sapiens or Mars.homo.sapiens sometime during Phanerozoic. These must have been animals living deep in the mantle as
there was no surface life on Venus at the time, unless the introduction was performed through DNA synthesis of genomes recorded by homo.
The ectomorphs have low fat tissue as such metabolism prefers oxidation of carbohydrates over fatty acids. Ectomorphs thus have the greatest
respiratory exchange ratio (RER) and lowest oxygen uptake among individuals of species.
As this metabolism is adopted to lower oxygen levels, it likely originated on Mars, as its atmosphere, due to larger
distance from the Sun, must have contained higher amounts of CO2 and lower amounts of O2 compared to Earth.
With the same assumption on the age of habitation of Mars by homo.beta, this one too had to be introduced by Mars.homo.sapiens, and quite recently, as ectomorphs on Earth are rare
compared to endo/meso hybrids.
As variation in eye color is not variable in wild animals, it may be a feature introduced by Mars.homo.sapiens. Originally, Earth.homo.beta had brown eye color. Eye colors from brown to
green can be explained by variation of melanin amount in the iris. However, in blue eyes, degree of this variation is much smaller and genetically encoded,
linking all blue-eyed individuals to a single ancestor.
This fact, coupled with the fact that blue eyes are blue due to very low melanin amount makes Mars origin likely - low melanin is expected on Mars due to larger distance from the Sun (lower
All Mars.homo.beta individuals thus had blue eye color. Similarly, Venus.homo.beta must have had dark brown eyes.
- at that time there were probably no eukaryotes on Earth (certainly not those using oxygen in their metabolism), let alone mammals,
- if any mammals were introduced at the time, they obviously went extinct fast as they're absent from fossil records, reasonable due to unsuitable conditions on Earth for such life forms at the time.
I have previously hypothesized that human soul oscillates between different, generally domesticated, species. If, as hypothesized, a particular soul has significant affinity for particular
blood type then it possibly has affinity for particular eye color and other DNA encoded properties as well, to some extent. This should not be surprising as bodies and souls co-evolve.
People co-evolve with domesticated animals too, thus, soul oscillation between such species should not be surprising either.
The sharing of DNA components between species the soul has high affinity for could then be interpreted as evidence of soul oscillation between species, especially if differences in these
components are annihilating with time.
I have hypothesized previously that Rh negative blood type has extraterrestrial origin. This may be true for some other types too.
Judged by somatotype, pure endomorphs are concerned with security, not caring much about freedom. In ectomorphs it is the opposite, while genuine Earthlings seek balance in both.
The current state on Earth and representation of specific somatotypes confirms the hypothesis. All countries have governments providing security (even if more or less imaginary and
cancerously - unequally) while true anarchies are non-existent. It is thus the ectomorphs, or Martian features, which are mostly discriminated in society and with a strongest sense
There are different species of animals, such as whales and sharks, where the most notable difference between two species is in size, with other differences being marginal.
I do not consider it likely that the same species would evolve twice on Earth at different time and only differ in size, thus, as I have previously hypothesized on the origin
of Megalodon and Great White, the difference in size comes from the difference in the size of planets of origin.
Likely, some or most of the animals were introduced as DNA implants into eggs of local species, enabling hybridization and producing different species of the same family.
I strongly believe there is life in every planet, every dwarf planet and every moon which has its own distinct gravitational (soul) maximum. There should be microscopic life even on some
comets and asteroids, hitching a ride in the state of hibernation.
Since homo.sapiens has the advanced technology and the ability to travel long distances in the Solar System, some species on Earth might have been introduced from many of these places, not only
Venus and Mars.
In any case, diversity of life on one place is easily understood with life being everywhere, rather than being the source of random mutations on a single place.
This can be compared with the Big Bang of the Universe - did life on Earth start by chance out of nothing and evolved into such diverse forms or is everything completely relative and
universes (which themselves are lifeforms) have always existed together with life traveling from one place to the other.
I believe in complete relativity.
Life is just a form of energy at a certain state of evolution - it can thus be exchanged, transformed but not created or destroyed. It is everywhere.
So let's stop being assholes.