Those of you who want to find out for yourselves won't be disappointed to investigate the entire matter by visiting more than Wikipedia.
I agree. I think if anyone is going to argue anything whatsoever, then they should have at least read a single book each from both sides of the debate. Because anyone can take a bunch of things out of context and "debunk" them, but ignore tons of other correct information. (aka the Egyptologist/Orthodox Strategy).
With eye sockets only 0.6" deep, there's no room for eye muscle attachments, much less for its eyes to roll around. With a flat maxillary hard palate,(not found in any mammal), its tongue was as thick as a piece of cardboard. Its neck was as big around as the average wrist and came out the center of the bottom of the skull. Aluminum was a bone component!!(from the AMS mass spectral analysis of SC bone). And it fits inside the head of a grey alien!
Okay, I quoted the owner of the skull.......but it does. That's the first thing that hits you when you look at it. Sheesh! Here's the dead alien body folks and still you don't believe!
I'm going to get that book and read it. You just sold me on it. Not to mention, his 'Everything You Know is Wrong' is one of the few books that takes a widespread idea (aka 'Ancient Astronauts') and really takes it *deep* into new territory. And it's done quite well, too, I might add.
Anywho, so is it possible that this dead alien body could have been genetically-engineered by technologically-advanced human ancestors, the same ones who domesticated plants and animals, a feat of genetic engineering we still cannot accomplish, despite trying for a hundred years now? Just to play Devil's advocate for the sake of debate... Because to me, this would explain why in the world alien DNA was even remotely compatible with human.
So anyway, what else did Pye say about those bone fibers? Any exotic elements? Anything that could prove/disprove its alien status?
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