Humans have been intrigued with the sky and what lies beyond since the beginning of time. They looked at the moon, the stars and the planets while they wished to unlock their secrets. An unexplainable yearning, a strange homesickness guided their attempt, a subconscious one that always suggested that humans may have originated from another celestial object. In other words, earth may have been a stop gap for them, perhaps a temporary stay-over.
Humans have always been amazed by the creatures of this planet: birds, fish, mammals, worms, amphibians, insects . . . how easily they all fit into their natural environment. Humans, on the other hand, are restless and battle endlessly and struggle with earth’s environment.
In our yearning to belong to a “natural environment,” we humans had created an idolized and mystified place that we described in the Bible as the Garden of Eden. What if this place actually existed?
This book suggests that human’s original home, human’s natural environment, does exist—not in tales or legends but somewhere out in our planetary system. Read this book and you may agree that it makes sense. You might even conclude that this concept is not (so) far-fetched.
Earth 101: The Hidden Planet explores mankind’s ability to extend its domain and attempt to shed its earthly handicaps.