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Personally, I don’t think there are too many human beings on this planet> I think there are not supposed to be ANY Homo Sapiens on Earth.  In spite of religious and scientific propaganda that says human “evolved” on Earth there is NO PROOF that this is true.  In fact ALL the actual evidence demonstrates that the species Homo Sapiens suddenly appeared on Earth without ANY biological forbearers.    The exact date is unknown.  Modern Homo Sapiens certainly did not exist on Earth as recently as a mere millions years ago.  A million years in the biological and geological history of Earth is staggeringly SHORT period of time: the blink of an eye.

Sharks, for example, who have an average life-span of about 60 years, like humans, have existed in the archeological record for at 400 million years or longer. They existed BEFORE dinosaurs! There is no disagreement that scales found during the Silurian Period, aged 420 million years, are from sharks.  Shark scales from this period have been found in Siberia and Mongolia.

sharkasaursHowever, one of the most obvious bits of evidence that humans are not FROM Earth, and that humans do not BELONG on Earth, is that humans do not have ANY naturally occurring SYBIOTIC RELATIONSHIPS with other life forms that are beneficial to other life forms, i.e. if humans disappeared today ALL other native species of life on Earth would prosper!

So, why are there Homo Sapiens on Earth?  Where did they come from?  One thing is certain:  humans on Earth are NOT and accident of evolution or conception.  Someone, somewhere, sometime, CAUSED it.

— Lawrence R. Spencer. September, 2016


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Just to illustrate the degree of biodiversity loss we’re facing, let’s take you through one analysis…

The rapid loss of species we are seeing today is estimated by experts to be between 1,000 and 10,000 times higher than the natural extinction rate.*
These experts calculate that between 0.01 and 0.1% of all species will become extinct each year.
If the low estimate of the number of species out there is true – i.e. that there are around 2 million different species on our planet** – then that means between 200 and 2,000 extinctions occur every year.
But if the upper estimate of species numbers is true – that there are 100 million different species co-existing with us on our planet – then between 10,000 and 100,000 species are becoming extinct each year.

Unlike the mass extinction events of geological history, the current extinction challenge is one for which a single species – ours – appears to be almost wholly responsible.

Source: http://wwf.panda.org/about_our_earth/biodiversity/biodiversity/