An interesting theory!

by Tonya
(Spokane, WA, USA)

Circle of Life

Circle of Life

Here's an interesting theory. Every few thousand years, the planet regenerates itself. Whether caused by global warming, or other natural disasters. Ice cores prove their has been a spike in CO2 before man.

Each living form alive during a regeneration state ends up dying and being buried by new growth. Each previous layer of earth moves closer to the center of the earth, magma. Previous layers eventually are melted by magma.

Dinosaurs are one previous life form buried when Earth regenerated itself. The only safe creatures are those who can survive underground.

Maybe humans have lived on earth before, just to be recycled back into the earth and then melted by magma. At a certain stage of regeneration, bones can convert into oil.

If all of the previous are correct, than maybe religion could even be true. Man created before dinosaurs existed. The written word of the bible may not only tell us what may happen in the future, but allow us to know of our past. Maybe man has repeated events in the bible over and over again. Maybe the Apocalypse has destroyed entire populations of living forms more than once.

Barry's Response - Your all-in-one science and religion stop. Quite apocalyptic in nature, but steady-state at the same time.

What a great idea, Tonya. Thank you. See if you agree with this person. We need to sort out for ourselves whether this is a small inconvenient truth or something to be really concerned about.

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