According to Happeh Theory, human beings evolved from dinosaurs. Or aliens.
The basis of that claim is the skull in the picture below.
This section is devoted to comparisons between the skull above and the skulls of living human beings.
This example compares the dinosaur skull to the skull of a hispanic male.
The reader should be able to see the similarities between the two skulls on their own. Both skulls appear to point up towards the rear. They both have a longish look to them. In the picture below, an outline similar to the skull of the dinosaur is drawn on the man to help emphasize the similarity between his skull and the dinosaur skull.
Next is a comparison between a black male and the dinosaur skull
The skull of this man shows the up and back direction of all of the examples. The rear of this man’s head is longer than that of the hispanic man above, but still much shorter than the dinosaur skull. The next picture has the large outline drawn on the rear of the skull to emphasize the resemblance.
This next comparison is very interesting. The picture of the human being is a computer recreation of the Egyptian King Tut.
This picture is so intriguing because the rear of the head is so much more similar to the alien skull than any of the modern skulls that have been examined so far. The back of the skull of King Tut looks almost like something separate growing backwards from the rest of the skull, similar to the alien skull.
Here is the picture with the back of the head extended by the outline so it looks more like the dinosaur skull.
What is thought provoking about this is that King Tut lived a very long time ago. On the path of evolution, King Tut would be closer to the dinosaur skull than the modern skulls examined so far.
The picture of King Tut is corroboration for the claims of Happeh Theory that some human beings evolved from the creature that had the dinosaur skull.
According to Happeh Theory, the process of evolution has taken the large dinosaur skull and is continually making it smaller and smaller. At the time of King Tut, the skull had been reduced smaller, but it still has the characteristic cylindrical look to the back of the dinosaur skull. In the modern day, hundreds of years of evolution between King Tut and present day human beings has resulted in the cylindrical part at the rear of the skull almost disappearing. The cylindrical part at the rear of the skull has almost completely merged with the rest of the skull in modern day human beings.
Here is a comparison picture between the three living human being skulls and the dinosaur skull.
Although they of course do not look exactly identical, the similarities are close enough to buttress the claim by Happeh Theory that the living human beings in the pictures on top are descendents of whatever creature had the skull in the bottom of the picture.