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Stanford University Research: Atacama Humanoid Still A Mystery ...(.+ pics) DNA over 10 billion years... ET ?

 
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After six months of research by leading scientists at Stanford University, the Atacama Humanoid remains a profound mystery.


Recently, some scientists (see here) working on DNA and computer analysis found that DNA has been around for over 10 billion years- but Earth has been here for less than half that time. Perhaps life is indeed universal, and contact spreads life from world to world…





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ET could be here :-)

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Strange, I was banned when I mentioned the you-know-what university.
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Strange, I was banned when I mentioned the you-know-what university.
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glad you're back :-)
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Re: Stanford University Research: Atacama Humanoid Still A Mystery ...(.+ pics) DNA over 10 billion years... ET ?
It doesn't say that this alien thingo has been around for 10 billion years.

It is saying that some scientists, if using that dudes rule of computers doubling transistors every two years or something that if we back track DNA its 10 billion years. but DNA isn't bloody transistors. All it would take is a couple of pole changes and our planet losing its protective magnetosphere for our DNA to mutate from the radiation from space(Hence it could be a legitimate 4 billion years old). So to use something that works for computer transistors and apply it too our DNA is just stupid. and for people too just jump on the band wagon of yay our DNA is 10 billion years old is even stupider.

I am not knocking this alien evidence though. It is really interesting. I just would have thought if it was truly real they would have driven off a cliff by now. or poisened by some rare spider or something.. hint hint. agentbyekitty
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Very interesting thread!

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It's a fetus with a squashed head. They didn't prove anything.
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It's a fetus with a squashed head. They didn't prove anything.
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You wouldnt understand, since youre a functional idiot and have no training in developmental anatomy.

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ten ribs is significant.
All mammals have 12, I'm unaware of any rib or spinal variablity other than with the variable tail structures.
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"Lachman subsequently investigated several similar cases of dwarfism throughout history and found several, including a 19th century “circus freak” named Tom Thumb and an Italian woman who was six inches when she was born and 19 inches when she died at age eight or nine.

According to Lachman, another possible explanation for the skeleton’s small size and advanced calcification is natural mummification, a process that would have made the skeleton appear older than it is.



[link to www.stanforddaily.com]



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Although I am still not yet finished reading through the wealth of reports on this finding, what I find very curious is the fact that DNA analysis confirms this specimen has a haplotype (B2) which is consistent for the region where the mummy weas discovered:

"Reconstruction of the mitochondrial DNA sequence and analysis shows an allele
frequency consistent with a B2 haplotype group found on the west coast of South
America, supporting the claimed origination of the specimen from the Atacama Desert
region of Chile. Sequence analysis definitively rules out the specimen as an example of
a New World primate."

[link to siriusdisclosure.com]

Up until the point where I read this, my mind was envisioning various "how did it get there" scenarios, which included a set of alien parents bringing the remains of their beloved 'lost' child with them as they emigrated to Earth; or, some other off-world species bringing along this specimen, perhaps to 'clone' themselves upon their arrival.

On second thought, I suspect that the 'cloning' aspect could be a viable explanation. The DNA of a child with a more mature skeleton formation might have been thought as necessary for growth-adaption in their new Earth environment.

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Whatever the truth may be, this thread is extremely interesting.

Imagine if this child is actually a precursor to those humans with haplotype B?

A developing child, which started with his species '6 inch' child's skeleton, once adapted to Earth's gravitational forces could very well have grown to a different size altogether. There are many threads here on GLP which speculate and discuss how our own bodies would elongate/adapt should Earth ever undergo a gravitational/dimensional change.

Again...VERY interesting thread!!

Thanks
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Although I am still not yet finished reading through the wealth of reports on this finding, what I find very curious is the fact that DNA analysis confirms this specimen has a haplotype (B2) which is consistent for the region where the mummy weas discovered:

"Reconstruction of the mitochondrial DNA sequence and analysis shows an allele
frequency consistent with a B2 haplotype group found on the west coast of South
America, supporting the claimed origination of the specimen from the Atacama Desert
region of Chile. Sequence analysis definitively rules out the specimen as an example of
a New World primate."

[link to siriusdisclosure.com]

Up until the point where I read this, my mind was envisioning various "how did it get there" scenarios, which included a set of alien parents bringing the remains of their beloved 'lost' child with them as they emigrated to Earth; or, some other off-world species bringing along this specimen, perhaps to 'clone' themselves upon their arrival.

On second thought, I suspect that the 'cloning' aspect could be a viable explanation. The DNA of a child with a more mature skeleton formation might have been thought as necessary for growth-adaption in their new Earth environment.

---
Whatever the truth may be, this thread is extremely interesting.

Imagine if this child is actually a precursor to those humans with haplotype B?

A developing child, which started with his species '6 inch' child's skeleton, once adapted to Earth's gravitational forces could very well have grown to a different size altogether. There are many threads here on GLP which speculate and discuss how our own bodies would elongate/adapt should Earth ever undergo a gravitational/dimensional change.

Again...VERY interesting thread!!

Thanks
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indeed, thx
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"Lachman subsequently investigated several similar cases of dwarfism throughout history and found several, including a 19th century “circus freak” named Tom Thumb and an Italian woman who was six inches when she was born and 19 inches when she died at age eight or nine.

According to Lachman, another possible explanation for the skeleton’s small size and advanced calcification is natural mummification, a process that would have made the skeleton appear older than it is.



[link to www.stanforddaily.com]



Just sayin'
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interesting point
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Re: Stanford University Research: Atacama Humanoid Still A Mystery ...(.+ pics) DNA over 10 billion years... ET ?
Exclusive: Stanford-Geneticist Garry Nolan gives an Update on His Investigation of the 'Atacama Humanoid'

[link to grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.blogspot.de]
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The Mysterious 'Atacama Humanoid' -
One Of The World's Most Baffling Skeletons


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