Biological Life: Not Creation, Not Evolution, Yet Almost Both
Observation of wildlife behavior and our base element water show that the story of our planet is not of a creation nor of an evolution but, the recovery of an anterior planet identical to ours that has been destroyed by a supernova.
The indestructible willpower of life then began a slow re-assemblage that has been mistaken for the 'birth' of our solar system, the same for an evolution of life. More
A planet ‘resurrected’ from its ashes.
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All life forms generally seek to stay healthy and to avoid destruction; the earth is the foundation for this pattern, but after having formed an abundantly friendly environment sustaining a great biological diversity (Photo 2), our planet can suddenly turn these beautiful landscapes into deathly infernos through geological catastrophes and cataclysms. If there is any chance to understand life and the universe, it can only be done by discovering the true underlying story of our blue planet, and which would unveil the meaning of life. To this day, Earth has kept its secret, and the true story of biological life is still elusive to us. The age of our planet, or the number of species that roamed its landscapes is not very important; what does really matter is that there is a process going on, and this long process will simply take the time and detours it needs.
Biology and astrophysics are fields of endless intermediates that keep pushing the same questions further and further without real answers. Nature viewed through the naked eye will reveal what is certainly one of its greatest mysteries. Observation of wildlife behavior and our base element water will show that the long story of our planet is not the story of a creation nor of an evolution but, the recovery of an anterior planet identical to ours that has certainly been destroyed by a supernova. The indestructible willpower of life then began a slow re-assemblage that has been mistaken for the 'birth' of our solar system, the same for an evolution of life. We live today on a ‘resurrected’ planet, in a ‘resurrected’ solar system. The paleontological record, the present-day wildlife and even the ancient Scriptures, all confirm this theory.
How did the first Earth and its biological life come around? Are we back to square one? Not so. We now have knowledge of the purpose of biological life and its meaning which permits us to see how the dinosaurs were tricked to their doom long before an asteroid struck the planet, helping us understand what would happen to any future species which in turn creates havoc on the ecosystem.
At the same time, it reveals the basic trigger of natural disasters, regardless if they are induced by earthly incidents or coming from space.
It is then possible to identify the mysterious factor that has transformed abruptly the prehistoric biological diversity several times, transformations called evolutionary leaps.
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