(Stillness in the Storm Editor) As part of modern-day education, we are told that humans evolved from ape-like ancestors slowly over the course about five million years. We are also told that humans are at the top of the food chain, due to being the apex of evolutional life on Earth. We readily accept this idea but how much actual evidence is there to support this belief?
Lloyd Pye is a researcher who has done the painstaking work of reviewing evidence to validate if this belief is true, what he found will make you question these beliefs. Modern-day science has a serious bias that is preventing this type of research from even being looked at—let alone accepted. Those biases are that we evolved on Earth under a Darwinian survival model, as such, any evidence countering this model is rejected with prejudice. But as Lloyd details in the below video, all these biases have been dispelled due to emerging observational data. Data which anyone can review for themselves to make the same conclusions if they are willing to set aside bias (what we want to see) and follow the truth.
A true scientist seeks true above their bais. Science is not about confirming our preconceptions about the world we think we live in—although this is what science has largely become. Science is about the pursuit of truth regardless of what we believe. When data and evidence begins to mount, leading us to question our long held notions and ideas, it is our moral duty to follow the evidence wherever it leads us.
Lloyd Pye sadly passed away on December 9th, 2013, but he left behind him a legacy of intriguing work, which you can explore on this website.
His main areas of expertise were hominoids (pre-humans and their modern-day counterparts such as bigfoot, sasquatch, and yeti), megaliths (pyramids etc.), the origins of life on Earth, human origins, alien intervention, and the Starchild Skull.
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