Pye said the scientists were working on a way to get
> some of these, what appear to be nanofibers remaining in the
> bony matrix that snap apart from the dremel rather than get cut
> through(after 900 years in the ground, I might add), and the
> reddish deposits seen in some of the sectioned lacunae, lying
> in the channels' bottoms, which is also anomalous. My own
> theory is that these creatures are an engineered life-form and
> the fibers in the skull are primarily for the purpose of
> telepathic communication. The brain cast made from the SC
> skull, shown by Pye in the interview has no prefrontal cerebral
> cortex(the seat of emotion in humans) and has a greatly
> enlarged visual cortex which could function as a beefed-up
> computing apparatus for a creature whose eyes were big pupils.
> Whatever the fibers turn out to be made of, they are certainly
> not biodegradeable, as nature has had ample time to destroy
> these. The reason I think they are bound up with communication
> is that they do not just run here and there only, but are
> collected in places into nodes where they are all rolled and
> wrapped into balls. I feel like if they were only structural
> benefit for the creature, they would be really evident visibly
> in sectioned bone. I think a way to get at them would be to
> look in the solid fraction of bony precipitate obtained from
> DNA preparations used for analysis. They would be in the
> 'sludge' left from bone digestion with EDTA, or whatever can
> dissolve the bone. View the video, it's not a good quality
> video, but it's good enough to get the relevant info, as I have
> mentioned above. Happy hunting! Cheers.
> That sounds like some kind of genetically engineered cyborg or
> something!?! Yes, I'm definitely getting that book. Thanks for
> telling me about it. Cheers.
The size of the prefrontal cortex can be influenced by exposure to heavy metals, lead in particular. Since the child was found in a mine in an area known to have high concentrations of such metals, it's no stretch to think that the child may have had lead poisoning (which could lead to renal failure and a high bone Al+3 density), or that he was affected in utero. Not only that, the bone in particular would have reacted with the minerals in the ground where it was found. The shallow eye socket and other features could simply be erosion.
Not telling you what to believe--that is up to you. But there's nothing here that can't be explained by normal human pathology. Nothing.
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