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Originally Posted by Pirate-Drakk View Post
So You claim we are all descendants from Mars? a.k.a. Martians?


"Yet the length of the human daily cycle has been confirmed in countless experiments, for instance, with subjects in an environment such as a cave, where levels of illumination are kept constant for weeks on end. In each such case, the subject's body clock adopts a 25-hour cycle."
http://www.encyclopedia.com/science-...ral/biorhythms


Yup...

About the 24 versus 25 hour cycle;
Humans

Early research into circadian rhythms suggested that most people preferred a day closer to 25 hours when isolated from external stimuli like daylight and timekeeping. However, this research was faulty because it failed to shield the participants from artificial light. Although subjects were shielded from time cues (like clocks) and daylight, the researchers were not aware of the phase-delaying effects of indoor electric lights.[47][dubious discuss] The subjects were allowed to turn on light when they were awake and to turn it off when they wanted to sleep. Electric light in the evening delayed their circadian phase.[citation needed] A more stringent study conducted in 1999 by Harvard University estimated the natural human rhythm to be closer to 24 hours and 11 minutes: much closer to the solar day
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circadian_rhythm

"Others" were suggesting a Martian connection, my personal view goes a bit further. I lean towards a variation of Intervention Theory, basics being that while our ancestor hominids were evolving here on Earth out of Simians ~ why we have a near 99% DNA match to such ~ There came a point when "Someone" manipulated "our" DNA to accelerate that evolution.

Earliest written records, Sumerian etc., literally discuss the "Gawds" coming from the sky, manipulating early hominids to make Humans, and then interbreeding with us. Old Testament Genesis, Chapter 6, versus 1-4(6) if true and literal would be one source of support~evidence. Simian DNA is organized on a 24 chromosone sequence, human on a 23 chromo. What is basically the second and third chromo of the simian(chimp) sequence has been fused into a single, longer4 chromosone in humans. Significant if those "sons of the gods" were able to have offspring from human females, the "sons of the gods" also likely had/have a 23 chromosone pattern.

This would suggest we humans are a form of hybrid or half-breed, half+ from Earth and half from another world. My variant of Intervention Theory has the ET source being interstellar colonists, whom may have started with a base on Mars, having a need to accelerate hominid development. Details in rough draft presented in another thread in the Science Fiction subforum here; Geminga Scenario (first couple pages of posts present the basics).
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