Homo Immortalis – The Return of the Old Gods
The Chernobyl dogs are a population of feral dogs that live in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, which is the area around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant that was evacuated after the 1986 nuclear disaster. The dogs are the descendants of pets that were left behind by the evacuees, and they have been living in the Exclusion Zone ever since.
A recent study has found that the Chernobyl dogs are experiencing rapid evolution, likely due to the high levels of radiation in the Exclusion Zone. The study, which was published in the journal Science Advances, found that the dogs have a higher rate of mutations than dogs living outside the Exclusion Zone. The mutations are thought to be caused by the radiation, which can damage DNA.
The study also found that the Chornobyl dogs are adapting to the radiation in other ways. For example, they have developed a thicker coat of fur, which helps to protect them from the radiation. The dogs have also developed a higher radiation tolerance, which means that they are less likely to get sick from exposure. It got me wondering, if this wasn’t a cyclical thing that is simply resurfacing as a form of long evolution. Here is a brief list of radiation factors that could speed up evolution…
Mutations: Radiation can cause mutations in DNA, which can lead to the development of new traits. If these mutations are beneficial, they would be passed on to future generations. Over time, this could lead to the development of new species with different characteristics.
Adaptation: Radiation can also cause organisms to adapt to their environment. For example, if an organism is exposed to radiation that damages its skin, it may develop thicker skin as a way of protecting itself. This adaptation would help the organism to survive in the environment where it is exposed to radiation.
Natural selection: Natural selection is the process by which organisms that are better adapted to their environment are more likely to survive and reproduce. If an organism is exposed to radiation, the ones that are better adapted to the radiation will be more likely to survive and reproduce. This would lead to the evolution of a population of organisms that is better adapted to the radiation.
Genetic drift: Genetic drift is the change in the frequency of a gene variant in a population due to random sampling. If a population is small, genetic drift can occur more easily. This is because in a small population, there is a greater chance that a gene variant will be lost from the population due to chance. Radiation can cause genetic drift by increasing the number of mutations in a population. This can lead to the loss of beneficial gene variants from the population.
Gene flow: Gene flow is the movement of genes from one population to another. If a population is exposed to radiation, the genes from the population that are exposed to the radiation may be different from the genes from the population that is not exposed to the radiation. This can lead to the evolution of two different populations with different characteristics.
We are entering a new era in human history. The rapid advancement of technology is giving us the ability to enhance our physical and cognitive abilities in once unimaginable ways. This new kind of human being, which I call Homo Divinus, or Homo Immortalis, has the potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems, such as poverty, disease, and environmental degradation. However, Homo Divinus also poses several risks, such as the potential for misuse of technology, the loss of privacy, and the creation of a new class of elites.
It is important to start thinking about the implications of Homo Divinus now so that we can be prepared for the challenges and opportunities that they will bring. We need to develop ethical guidelines for the use of technology, and we need to ensure that the benefits of technology are shared equitably. We also need to be aware of the potential risks of technology, and we need to take steps to mitigate those risks.
The future of Homo Divinus is uncertain, but it is clear that they will play a major role in shaping the world to come. It is up to us to ensure that Homo Divinus is a force for good in the world.
In addition to the technological advancements that are leading to the emergence of Homo Divinus, there is also evidence that ancient radiation on Earth may have played a role in the development of this new species. Some scientists believe that this radiation may have caused mutations in the DNA of early humans, which led to the development of superhuman abilities. These abilities may have included enhanced strength, speed, and agility, as well as the ability to fly and shoot lasers from their eyes. Well, at least in the comic books.
If this theory is correct, then it would mean that Homo Divinus is not a new species at all, but rather a natural progression of human evolution. This would suggest that Homo Divinus is not something to be feared, but rather something to be embraced. With their superhuman abilities, Homo Divinus may be able to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems and help to create a better future for all.
There is evidence that the Earth’s atmosphere was much thinner in the past, which would have allowed more radiation to reach the surface. This increased radiation exposure may have led to more mutations in the DNA of early humans, which could have contributed to the development of superhuman abilities.
The sun is also a source of radiation, and its output has varied over time. During periods of high solar activity, the sun emits more radiation, which could have led to an increase in the number of mutations in the DNA of early humans. Space is also full of radiation, and early humans were exposed to this radiation when they traveled outside of Earth’s atmosphere. This exposure to radiation may have also led to an increase in the number of mutations in the DNA of early humans.
The combination of increased radiation exposure from the sun, Earth’s atmosphere, and space may have led to the development of superhuman abilities in early humans. These superhuman abilities may have helped early humans to survive and thrive in harsh environments. As listed below there are many superheroes that have benefitted from exposure to excessive radiation.
The Incredible Hulk: Bruce Banner was a brilliant scientist who was working on a gamma bomb when it exploded. The explosion exposed Banner to a massive amount of gamma radiation, which transformed him into the Incredible Hulk. The Hulk is a giant green monster with superhuman strength, speed, and durability. He is also very angry and destructive, but he has a good heart and always tries to do the right thing.
Spider-Man: Peter Parker was a high school student who was bitten by a radioactive spider. The bite gave Parker superhuman strength, speed, agility, and the ability to cling to walls. Parker used his powers to fight crime as the superhero Spider-Man.
Daredevil: Matt Murdock was a blind lawyer who was blinded by radioactive waste. However, the radiation also enhanced Murdock’s other senses, making him a formidable fighter. Murdock used his powers to fight crime as the superhero Daredevil.
The Flash: Barry Allen was a police scientist who was struck by lightning and doused with chemicals. The accident gave Allen superhuman speed, which he used to fight crime as the superhero the Flash.
The Fantastic Four: The Fantastic Four are a group of superheroes who were exposed to cosmic rays in a space accident. The accident gave them superhuman abilities, which they use to fight crime and protect the world. The members of the Fantastic Four are Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch, and The Thing.
Superman: Kal-El was a baby from the planet Krypton who was sent to Earth in a spaceship. When his spaceship crashed on Earth, he was found and raised by human parents. Kal-El grew up to become Superman, the most powerful superhero on Earth. He has superhuman strength, speed, flight, and invulnerability. He also has the ability to shoot lasers from his eyes and freeze things with his breath.
It is possible that the old gods with animal features were a fast evolutionary product of increased radiation. Radiation can cause mutations in DNA, which can lead to the development of new traits. If these mutations were beneficial, they would be passed on to future generations. Over time, this could lead to the development of new species with animal-like features.
There is some evidence to support this theory. For example, some scientists believe that the dinosaurs may have evolved from reptiles that were exposed to radiation. The radiation may have caused mutations that led to the development of feathers, which helped the dinosaurs to survive in a cold climate.
Below is a list of anthropomorphic Gods that seem to be related in speculative theory…and the official story reads like this.
There are different possible explanations for why ancient gods have animal characteristics in their depictions. One reason is that animals often symbolize certain qualities or attributes that the gods embody. For example, **Bast**, the Egyptian cat goddess, was associated with **protection**, **fertility**, and **joy**¹. Another reason is that animals may represent the domains or realms of the gods. For instance, **Horus**, the Egyptian hawk god, was the god of the **sky**, **war**, and **hunting**³. A third reason is that animals may reflect the transformations or shape-shifting abilities of the gods. For example, some gods could change into animals or humans at will, such as the **selkies** of Scottish folklore¹. Some gods were also created or given power by other gods through animal forms, such as **Pegasus**, the winged horse of Greek mythology¹.
Anubis: The Egyptian god of the dead was depicted as a man with the head of a jackal.
Bast: The Egyptian goddess of protection was depicted as a woman with the head of a cat.
Cernunnos: The Celtic god of nature was depicted as a man with the antlers of a deer.
Diana: The Roman goddess of the hunt was depicted as a woman with the head of a deer.
Epona: The Celtic goddess of horses was depicted as a woman with the head of a horse.
Ganesha: The Hindu god of wisdom and success was depicted as a man with the head of an elephant.
Hecate: The Greek goddess of magic and witchcraft was depicted as a woman with three heads, one of a dog, one of a snake, and one of a horse.
Horus: The Egyptian god of the sky was depicted as a falcon or a man with the head of a falcon.
Medusa: The Greek Gorgon was depicted as a woman with snakes for hair.
Pan: The Greek god of the wild was depicted as a man with the horns and legs of a goat.
Quetzalcoatl: The Aztec god of wind, learning, and culture was depicted as a feathered serpent.
Shiva: The Hindu god of destruction and regeneration was depicted as a man with the head of an elephant.
Thor: The Norse god of thunder was depicted as a man with the head of a ram.
Tsukuyomi: The Japanese god of the moon was depicted as a man with the head of a rabbit.
Vishnu: The Hindu god of preservation was depicted as a man with the head of a lion.
If this is where we are heading as an escalated evolutionary species, then we are only missing a heavy dose of radiation to return the Gods of Old to modern times….