User whom started this thread (Screen Name/User ID):
Teru Wong (kk23wong)
Date of posting:
20 September 2009

“Big Bang” is a theory illustrating the beginning of our universe. Everything based on assumption without scientific proofs. By the way, nobody can “observe” the origin after its formation for centuries. Time is linear. You can see a man cutting an apple with the time goes by. A timeline can do. Infinity is only a dot and an imagination. By the way, regenerations of the Earth are not infinite.

“Evolution” is incomplete. The failure to notice the Earth as a conscious living object has turned our scientists into the wrong directions.

Below is my latest findings.

1. Microorganisms are equivalent to “our body cells” in the Earth. Microorganisms evolved into animals. Thus, the evolution of animals is also the life cycles of the Earth. In the meantime, “animals” are offspring of the Earth. Hence, the evolution of animals is also the evolution of the planet. Activities of the animals are also the life cycles of the Earth.

2. Some of the microorganisms remain as the “body cells” of the Earth. They diversified into plants. The diversifications of plants are the “evolution” of the Earth herself*.
(*From biological prospective, the Earth is our mother-in-common and a higher form of lives.)

3. Both the diversification of “plants” and the evolution of “animals” are the process of growth of the Earth.

4. The control experiments are the planets* nearby. (*They are being classified as planets according to our modern technology. They may not be the real case because of the rigidity of technology.) When their life cycles come to an end, no living organisms (including microorganisms) exist. The regeneration of a planet cannot be infinite.

5. The evolution of the planet (as stated above) and the activities of the offspring (included in her life cycles) marked the higher form of lives as the planets. The indivisibility in-between the planet and the animals (including humankind) physically is solid.

6. The life cycles of the planets will eventually come to an end. It satisfies the biological principles of aging. Although the existence of the planets are in a higher level, they cannot escape the fates from death.

7. My hypothesis “Planets are living objects” explained the absence of space arrivals and the absences of lives in the planets nearby. The planets are conscious living objects in a higher level. The end of their live cycles (over-exploitations of their resources and the unrecoverable damages by activities of offspring - animals) will be resulted in the EXTINCTION of all species inside*. (*Due to the distances and the time differences of the life periods of various planets, space migrations are impossible. Spaceships without sufficient supplies of resources cannot make their journeys to the another closest living planet. At the same time, these planets which still alive are conscious.) As a result, the Earth has no space visitors. Planets nearby have their life cycles end.

8. Evolution is a natural process of both the Earth and the animals.

The definitions of living things are restricted to the consciousness of living things. The existence of the brain-like structure is the only way to define “living things”. “Plants” are similar to “Microorganisms” inside the Earth. Once the life cycles of a planet end, the microorganisms of a planet will be dead. Thus, it satisfies the absence of living organisms in other planets.

“Animals” evolved and diversified into different species. The Earth “grows” from simple forms to more complex forms of lives. Evolution of animals (her offspring by reproductions) resulted in diversification of species. In the meanwhile, the diversification of plants (her living tissues) resulted in the evolution of the Earth.

The evolution from microorganisms into animals should be valid. Microorganisms can also be “LIVING TISSUES” of the Earth. In another word, the Earth is a higher level of lives and she evolves through time.

The situations is similar to the animals inside. Both “reproductions” and “plants/microorganisms” are a mixture of the “life cycles” of the Earth. Evolution is a process of the PLANET itself.

I am still working on it. Scientists have too much imagination. Please look at the sky through telescopes and think in the base as the Earth as a conscious living object. Space stations are coffins without enough supplies of resources. You are not going to migrate to other planets if their life cycles have come to an end.

Reason 1. Life cycles of the planets nearby have come to an end. The civilizations (which were there once) are not going to survive because of the differences in time of the life cycles of the planets. The evidences cannot be tracked because of the decays caused by time. The rapid development of civilizations (activities of the offspring -animals- of the planets) will definitely shortened the life span of the planets. That is similar to the situation on the Earth nowadays. Meanwhile, resources of these planets may have been used up by the civilizations. It does not necessarily means that there are no minerals, but it will be hard for search and explore.

Reason 2. The end of the life cycles marked the absence of living organisms. These living organisms are going to multiple and evolve if the environment is suitable. However, a closed environment like greenhouses will not recover the entire life cycles of a planet. Thus, the space migrations into other “dead” planets are not going to work. Several constraints come here: 1. Air pressure; 2. gravity; 3. Suitable environment and temperature for living organisms (from the Earth); 4. How to carry living organisms (from the Earth); 5. Recycle/Find alternate sources of resources. You cannot recover the life cycles of planets after they are dead. Living organisms are not likely to be “transplanted” into any “dead’ planet. I am not 100% sure here, but it is not seemingly to work. Life cycles of the planets cannot be reverted. Instead, we can slow down the process of aging. Reason 2 still need further investigation.