> Aine, I have a degree in Biology and I have been a surgical
> scrub nurse for over 30 years now; I know anatomy. Nobody in
> the world has ever found fibers of any kind that grow in bone
> matrix, like the fibers in the SC skull, which fibers are at
> this time being examined by professional scientists at Stanford
> Research Institute,(finally).
And the results are?
I'll bet you $10 Pye doesn't release the results. He'll say "We need more money for tests" and you poor suckers will give him some.
Besides the fibers, there are 24
> other points of comparative anatomical reference of the SC
> skull that do not match up with any known human or hominid
> skull, diseased or healthy.
Evidence? Got a link from an independent source on that?
All the anatomical features of the
> SC skull are anomalous and it can only be described as being
> human-like. Your DNA assessment as to it having human mother
> and father couldn't be more wrong.
Really? Got evidence for that, too?
If the child has a "standard" X and Y chromosome, it's human. Both parents are human. The mother was haplogroup C, which is a very common Native American haplotype.
The fact that they recovered mtDNA at all means the child is human. Even if they did not get nuDNA--and I thought they'd claimed they got it on the first try, to which I'll say "BS"--doesn't mean the child is alien. That's a version of the god of the gaps argument and an argument from ignorance. It doesn't hold water logically or scientifically.
Unless you're going to say that the labs are wrong?
The SC skull has never been
> debunked and DNA analysis will certainly prove it's not human
> in any way.
It already has.
It doesn't take this many years to do genetic testing. This isn't history in the making, this is testing and re-testing an obviously human skull until you get the result you want to interpret as alien.
Those of you who want to find out for yourselves
> won't be disappointed to investigate the entire matter by
> visiting more than Wikipedia.
> 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!
Do you have the skull of a grey alien to compare it with? If you don't, you've got...NOTHING. Absolutely nothing. You're asking us to believe that this poor baby isn't human based on a comparison with something that has never been shown to exist.
Your logic is flawless.
Also, even if it is not a human child (it is), that doesn't mean it's an alien. Not only is that a god of the gaps/argument from ignorance, it's a false dichotomy.
Third, the DNA evidence--and you don't need to look further than that--says that the child is human and male. Period. This child was so deformed it's amazing it lived to be four or five years old. Most fetuses like this are miscarried. The mother may well have died giving birth to this child.
Fourth, I've addressed the aluminum issue elsewhere. The child was found in a MINE, and Al+3 is the third most abundant element on Earth. We all ingest aluminum every day, up to 100 mcg of the stuff. Certain metabolic conditions will cause the levels of Al+3 to build up in the bones--renal disease being only one.
For someone with a degree in biology, your thinking isn't particularly sharp. As someone with a degree in the sciences myself, I expect more from you.
Let's use your obviously extensive knowledge of biology to ask a few basic questions, shall we?
1) How was an alien able to breed with a human woman to produce this child? Think about this. How is it that a lifeform that evolved on another planet was able to produce this child?
In reality, if aliens did visit us, we wouldn't even be able to buy them a drink, no more than we could visit their planet and eat anything. It would kill them--we have evolved to Earth and to exploit the minerals and compounds in the Earth's crust. (That includes aluminum.)
Why did they only stop at one? Why not a hundred or a thousand?
2) If there was an alien father involved, how did it just oh-so-coincidentally happen to use DNA? Current thinking holds that any creature--be it a microbe or an advanced lifeform--will probably not use DNA and may not even be carbon-based.
3) Why don't LEGITIMATE scientists consider it authentic?
4) Why have all previous tests come back saying it's human?
Stop kidding yourself, Richard. You've been suckered.