ALIENS ENGINEERED ELEPHANTS
by Der Voron, guest columnist.
[July 5, 2003]
[WeeklyUniverse.com] Almost all of
us like and adore elephants. But do you know that they were developed
by Extraterrestrials? As strange as it may sound, it is so, and here
First of all,
they are cleverer than humans.
weigh about 11 pounds, some 3 times bigger than that of humans -- no other
land animals have such a brain, including any primates and such giants
like rhinos and hippos -- and more importantly, an elephant can creatively
use objects that it didn't see in its life before.
An example is
described in ancient Roman documents. An elephant, recently
captured in the wild and brought to Roma, was fighting with a rhino, and
suddenly he saw a brush with sharp metallic rods that was lying around.
The elephant immediately picked it up and, with the rods, pricked out the
rhino's eyes. After that the elephant trampled the blind and disoriented
this elephant how to use knives or other objects with acute angles, and
he'd never seen such objects in his life, having been captured in the wild. How did he understand how to use, not just a knife, but a brush with angles? Would an adult savage, who'd never seen a knife, guess how to use it for
fight -- not speaking of brushes?
from ancient Roman documents: An elephant was punished for not following
all of his trainer's orders. The following night this elephant was
observed voluntarily repeating the exercises to improve his performance
You may ask, if
elephants possess alien-level intelligence, why didn't they create their
Because of their
incredible strength, which allows them to vanquish, without artificial
weapons, almost any enemy except a man armed with fire arms -- and because
they lack hands. Elephants have a strong and flexible trunk, but
it is like having one hand instead of two. What could humans do if
all of them would have just one hand instead of two?
that you might ask: But when humans began mass killing elephants several
decades ago, why did such intelligent elephants not begin creating weapons
required several hundred thousand years to learn to create weapons, and
elephants, having just met such a dangerous enemy like human hunters, can't
just begin creating firearms over two hundred years. If X is twice
as clever as Y, and Y created Z in 200,000 years, this doesn't mean that
X will create Z in two hundred years. Probably in 50,000 to 100,000
Perhaps, if humans
could learn the elephants' language (i.e., the method they use for communication),
then they could borrow many interesting things from these giant creatures.
As for the elephants'
trunk: it consists of about 4,000 muscles and is an elongated "union" of
the upper lip and nose. (Similar to the mammoths' trunk). Imagine
how few muscles other species have in their upper lip and nose, and how
weak these muscles are. No other existing mammals genera, families,
and orders show a similarly fast evolution of an organ.
What can these
facts, the impossibility of developing such a trunk in an evolutional way,
and the elephants' intellect, mean? (This puzzle includes mammoths',
as their frozen cadavers in Siberia show that they also had giant brains.) It means that elephants and mammoths were genetically engineered by intelligent
beings when they first appeared some 5 million years ago.
by Extraterrestrials, since there were no other intelligent beings on the
Earth at that time.
Copyright 2003 by Der Voron.
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