Consecutive Conversion of Species theory

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This is a contemporary view on the evolution of mankind.

Submitted: August 09, 2012

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Submitted: August 09, 2012



Consecutive Conversion of Species theory

By: Sanjay Samaro


Throughout the timeline of life the constant progression in evolution is the defining factor in the ‘’Law of development’’, orchestrating the divine creation of man.

My thesis is in general belief that modern day humans did not evolve from monkey, ape, or any other primate, but are successors of an advanced Homo aquatic mammal.


Scientific facts & orthodox understanding entails that during the Mesozoic era (age of the dinosaurs) the reptilian species split into Sauropsids (true reptiles) & Synapsids (Proto mammals).These non-primate mammals evolved to have warm blood, manage their temperature by sweating, & give live birth instead of laying eggs.

When the KT extinction took place in the later Cretaceous/Mesozoic period very few life forms survived by receding into the waters for safe haven. The unsettled atmosphere filled with gas & dust blocked the sun, cooling the waterways deeming a less hospitable environment for the true reptilians/Sauropsids.

While land was unhabitual, marine proto mammals flourished in design procuring the next Era on land the Cenozoic (age of the mammals).The first life forms to emerge onto land in the Cenozoic would be small in mass that survived on limited food portions like an insect &/or vegetation diet. This first settlement became the first primates, altered versions of reptile, & amphibians. Later waves of migration onto land may have spawned felines, canines, & variations of primate like monkeys.

As time progressed, certain animals may have evolved to their maximum potential because of a sustained environment, with slight changes from cross breeding. Scientific facts state modern monkeys & many other creatures still resemble their ancient ancestors with few alterations.

With the earth abundant with food sources to support various carnivorous & vegetarian diets, subsequently brought the larger predators/ hunters out of the waterways. Possibly the same life form or a variation that spawned the first primates on land, remained in the oxygen & nutrient rich waters for several million years increasing in size, brain capacity, & also acquiring dominate features.

This peculiar marine mammal that had an ancestral background originating aquatic, to a land dweller & then aquatic once more likely emerged from the waters with a social hunting behavior, sonar/vocal capabilities, & the size of a modern day dolphin.

This creature possessing both land & aquatic evolutionary remnants encoded within its DNA, may have been the predecessor of Pierolapithecus (the first & most common ancestor of all great apes).

Pierolapithecus reinforced the Quaternary/ Neogene period because it was not only the first hominid on earth but also the first ape primate.

The DNA signature in the Pierolapithecus ape that allowed for unique hominid characteristics, suggest it didn’t evolve from monkeys or any other primate because of a drastic variance in bone structure & size.

Some of these features include; the shoulder blades of ape lie along its back unlike monkeys, which are located on the sides of the ribcage like dogs. In addition, one of the two forearm bones “articulates" or attaches flexibly to the wrist which allows for a large degree of hand rotation.

This hand rotation feature is only present on Homo sapiens & all modern great apes.

A much larger cranium & brain cavity is displayed also a short stiff lower spine unlike a monkeys more flexible vertebrae for swinging on trees. These differences between ape & monkey coincide with a gap in the primate fossil record which may insist that these advanced stages of development derived from the marine mammal to ape transition possibly leaving the fossil remains buried at the rising shores, or submersed &/or frozen in caves around the world.

Other predominate features that only apes eventually evolved that suggests they were procreated by a later emerging aquatic life form, than their monkey counterpart:

The spinal cord opening relocates directly under the skull instead of towards the back, which is the case in non-bipedal animals. This urge to walk up right that relocated the spinal cord opening may have spawned from behavioral remnants of the vertical ascension aquatic mammal’s display when surfacing the water. Another possible reason why the spinal cord relocated directly under the skull is during the transition from marine mammal to ape the Melon (a fatty organ located on the forehead outside the skull of marine mammals for echolocation) was still present creating an unbalanced head for land life.

This melon devolved in some animals & perhaps evolved into the cranium cavity in others. The larger brute apes, gorilla & orangutan have conical craniums with a concaved/ recessed forehead.This conceivably may be signs of a devolved melon, the other two more intelligent great apes Chimpanzee & baboons retain a more round & smooth humanlike skull. This suggests that the cranium encircled both the melon & brain producing one large fatty organ.

Although this newly interfaced brain had reached limitations on apes, it may prove to be the perfected evolutionary process for a later emerging aquatic mammal that surfaced onto land during the Pleistocene (time of Neanderthal). Artifactual evidence proves that the later Pleistocene produced the greatest resembling anatomically modern humans.


Plausibly these refined aquatic mammals were forced out of the southern waters by apex predators like the perfected great white sharks. Africa & Australia where modern white sharks reside, display the first fossil evidence of Homo sapiens &/ or Neanderthal. This does not conclude that all Homo sapiens migrated out of Africa to populate the world. Some of these marine mammals might have chosen to evade these predators by migrating to the cooler northern waters & likely navigated streams to reside in lakes & rivers throughout the four hemispheres.


Dark skin on modern humans is attributed to these aquatic mammals arising from the waters at various periods with Africa & Australia being first, next southern Asia, South America, & then Pacific Isles.

The northern terrains were populated last because the cool northern waters discouraged predators. Neanderthal is the only ancestor that had larger brain cavities than modern humans. This suggests the marine melon & the hominid brain centralized. Used for submersible speech the melon is located in the front of the brain in aquatics. This placement corresponds with of the human Broca's area (a region in the frontal brain that triggers speech production.)  This may possibly be the keystone of human speech.

Neanderthal exhibited the first signs of elaborate tool making & the first to bury their dead.

Skin color may have not been the only difference between the Neanderthal tribes. The race variations may have had the same characteristics of man today. Since the African/Australian regions were first to spawn life, people native to these lands are the most physically evolved humans. Some of these traits plainly display African natives to be better all-around athletes on land. These features include a lower fat index, muscular thighs & gluts, helix hair to cool the scalp, & fallen foot arches for greater stabilization.


The later arising aquatic mammals out of the northern regions result in lighter skin Homo sapiens that still fall victim to sunburn, because the skin is less evolved to direct sunlight without the waters protection. Other traits of a more recent aquatic atmosphere promote blue, green, & grey eyes. Also all marine hair types lie straight for less resistance through the water.

Buoyant bones in Non Africans prevail dominate aquatic athletes from the northern regions & selective southern areas.

These predecessors of man may have evolved different physical features due to saline, mineral, nutrient, & or oxygen levels from both land & water.


Facts that advocate man was once aquatic:

The human body is 65% water & when skin is extremely dry it scales.

Humans have little body hair & like marine mammals, we possess a fat layer under our skin.

Our brains are more like cetaceans than other primates are, also a similar bone structure is evident.

Humans can regulate breathing longer than any terrestrial mammal.

Akin marine mammals & human babies instinctively know how to swim and hold their breath.

Humans possess remnant webbing on hands and feet, unlike other primates.

Dolphins are one of the few animals that copulate for pleasure; the same is true of humans.

Coastal regions around the world were first inhabited & still the most populated despite the dangers.

Although not all life forms on Earth are exposed, our evolved species stands predominant with its psychological and neurological functions.

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