All human beings are carbon-based life forms so how is it then that we are all so different? Why are some people left-handed and others right-handed for example? Why are people either scientific left-brain thinkers or creative right-brain thinkers? Where did all these differences come from? When our ancestors slithered out of the Primordial Soup were these characteristics already in place?
The answer is no. What has shaped our characteristics is the dust that was spread over the Earth by solar winds, comets, and the properties of Dark Matter.
All of us have carbon that was part of a star or galaxy that died a billion or more years ago. Our fundamental characteristics depend on where the majority of the carbon within us has come from in the universe. Scientists have long been studying the properties of carbon atoms and have determined four different types.
It seems that carbon that came from the nearby Beta-Centauri nebula explosion that happened around three billion years ago provides right-handed characteristics in people. 90% of the carbon on the Earth came from this common explosion.
Left-brain thinkers have more carbon from the Cygnus Major explosion 2.532122211 billion years ago – Cygnus Major, whose white dwarf can still be seen on early spring evenings in the southern hemisphere at exactly the same place at exactly the same time, was 40.66261 million light years away from Earth.
Carbon from the Andromeda Right Spiral (ARS) Galaxy that died who knows when (perhaps 2 billion years ago) is found in creative, right-brained people. The ARS Galaxy is estimated to have been 300 million or so light years from Earth and was found over there somewhere in the western sky.
Left-handed people have more carbon from the cataclysmic Magellan Magnetic Galaxy explosion from 4 billion years ago, although this galaxy was so old and so far away that the exact distance can only be guessed at because there’s no such thing as a left-handed telescope.
Scientists have noted that the nearer the galactic explosion to the earth the more people there are with the characteristics based on the carbon from that explosion. As comets and dust from the further away explosions reaches the Earth, scientists believe that more left-handed people will emerge and more right-brain thinkers. Left-handed can-opener manufacturers have started to increase production based on the massive solar dust storm that’s expected to hit the Earth in early May 2017.
But why did all those ancient explosions take place? Well, imagine a galaxy that comprised all right-handed carbon. All the stars and planets in the galaxy would spin at exactly the same speed; days on all the planets would all be the same and there would be no variety in any of the life forms. No evolution would take place and eventually inbreeding would reach dangerous levels, so that the life forms, planets, and stars would be vulnerable to bombardment by cadmium atoms in solar flares.
This would lead to inherent weaknesses in all the carbon atoms, which would then collapse in on themselves and start spinning from left to right. Right-handed atoms would have been flung into space gradually over millions of years. Eventually gravity would take hold and the planet and stars would collapse into a dense mass no bigger than an elephant’s trunk. This mass would be inherently unstable and after 2.5 seconds there would have been an explosion with a force equal to 5 trillion megatons, enough to send billions of atoms through space at a rate approaching the speed of light.
A similar situation would have happened in the left-handed Magellan Magnetic Galaxy although atoms, stars, and planets would have spun to the left so that most of the left-handed atoms would have headed away from the Earth into deep space. Because of the immense distances involved, those few left-handed carbon atoms heading towards the Earth would have taken many billions of years to get here.
The ARS Galaxy explosion with its right-brain carbon atoms would have happened on the spur of the moment as the result of a creative weakness in these atoms.
The explosion that took the longest time to happen was in the Cygnus Major galaxy, where it’s thought that the left-brain carbon atoms had to follow a precise 345,722, 212 item process in order for the explosion to occur exactly on time as planned.