Okay. your second post alluding to aliens.<quoted text>
Ancient Astronaut theory has anwsers for thinks Science can't even explain.
Like Sacsayhuaman where 200 ton rocks were cut with modern like precision & put into placeperfectly by people of the Bronze age who didn't even invent the wheel yet at elevation of almost 11,000 feet where people get light headed & dizzy from lack of oxygen.
In which it is above the tree line.
The Icans in this area despite isolation spoke of similar godly events to that of Judeo Christians in the Middle East.
Incans spoke of gods who walked on water & gods that created a giant flood to kill off beings that displeased them just like Noah's ark & Jesus walking on water in the Middle East!
Obviously, you cannot comprehend the disturbingly vast distances of the universe.
In order for aliens to do such a thing, they either need to a) detected this planet long, long ago or violate the laws of physics that we know now.
Thinking aliens seeded this planet or are currently visiting us ventures into the realm of magic.
Or are you relying on Clarke's Third Law of "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" to bolster your argument?
If so, please explain how your stance is any different than theists.
Perhaps the idea that we are completely alone troubles you? And if our species is to survive we need to do it ourselves.
Perhaps the dinosaurs were the first crack at it. After a 100 million years or so, they failed and are reduced to sharks, coelacanths, and birds all too happy to feed on the seed we offer.
After all, what's a few billion orbits of this planet to our sun to a god? That may just be the Demiurge's celestial union mandated coffee break from the prayer support center...