Re: Let’s Talk
I did not say the theory was fact, hence why it's called a theory. I simply presented an alternative explanation that I learned for how we came to be. I don't know what I was thinking when I typed Grand Canyon as the Grand Canyon is close to 500 km. When I said 180km I was thinking of the Chixculub crater in Mexico. Others may better know it as the K-T event/impact. It occured approximately 65 million years ago and is thought to be the impact which caused a mass extinction. Along that note there are said to be about 150 known impact craters around the world. That clears up the grand canyon talk. My mistake.
As for the rest, I think you may have slightly misinterpreted what I wrote out earlier.
When you say the only thing capable of completely removing life from a certain place is the merging of 2 realities… you are yourself stating a separate theory entirely. Not fact. Just as I did not state fact, but theory. The comet did not hit Earth and manage to magically strike every living creature causing them to become extinct. Based on the theory, it hit Earth uplifting enough debris for a long enough period of time to block out the sun. Whatever survived that initially, if anything, was then buried when the debris fell back to the ground. Based on that perspective, I think it's erroneous to say that a comet would never remove life from our planet. Just like it would be erronerous to say the merging of 2 realities would never remove or replace life on our planet, based on your theory. It's all speculation. We weren't around at the time of our origins to know first hand what happened. As far as debris restriking our planet, yes it seems unlikely to skeptics… but it in the span of 4.5 billion years, it is still in line with the theory. Said debris would not have to be set in a gravitational orbit whose path collides with us. Objects in outer space frequently collide. Those collisions are what cause things to “fall” out of orbit, enter another planet's atmosphere and crash. Take the main asteroid belt in our solar system located roughly between Mars and Jupiter. Every asteroid in that belt does not stay on course. Collisions occur frequently causing material to break off and redirect. Thus the idea of a restrike on Earth is not unimaginable.
Also, we have not proved that there is or ever was intelligent life on Mars. That being said, the idea that life may have once existed there is not out of the question. We have found evidence that at one time there might have been liquid water on Mars (3.8BYA) which has now dried up and at another time there has been snow on Mars. To date, that's it.
Assuming life had the potential to exist elsewhere in our solar system (forget the universe for a second), and assume that it was carbon based life forms, such as ourselves that could exist. Assume once more that both planets Earth and Mars had everything needed to sustain life. Everything except for a catalyst. Earth got it's catalyst from the impact of Martian rock. (A lot of assumptions, I know.. just trying to put it into perspective).
The building blocks of life as we know it (carbon based) are Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon and Nitrogen. Those elements make up 96% of the mass of living things and are the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 6th most abundant elements in the universe respectively.
Venus is in fact Earth's sister planet and shares more in common (Venus, 95% size and 82% in mass). Not mars. The problem with Venus is that it receives twice as much solar radiation from the sun than the Earth does. It's atmospheric pressure is also about 90 times what Earth's is. It's clouds are made of sulfuric acid. Habitable… I think not. Similarly, basic Mars data for habitability purposes also are not good. Mars is by no means “perfect” for habitability… far from.
“i doubt people from mars would have created us as the state of their planet”
I also did not say that people 1) existed on Mars or 2) created us. Based on the theory I initially explained… I mentioned microorganisms… not people, or intelligent life. Martians did not create us but we might “be” Martians if chemical life originated on Mars and then martian rock then crashed into Earth… catalyzing the whole process.
I do not claim to know where we came from, I just know the details of theories that based on where we came from. Once again I will mention that no one has to believe anything I have said to be the FACTS of our origin and I am not portraying them to be so. We will likely never know undisputedly where we came from. The theory is just that, a theory. One of many.
Please further explain how the pyramids are the key similarity between Mars and Earth. Not because I am inferring you are wrong, but just because I am not very knowledgeable about the pyramids and would like to know more.