In the year 1990 an article was published in the Weeklyworldnews newspaper about a French anthropologist named Dr. Henri Noblet
that we inherited genetic traits from extraterrestrials who interbreed with us 8000 years ago.
“Many of us have been influenced by the alien gene pool, some more than others,” Dr. Noblet told reporters in Paris.
“In fact, there are people who are better than 60 percent alien living among us right now. Eye color, foot size, muscle tone, even the way they
sleep and think, are dead giveaways to the influence of extraterrestrial ancestry. It is a simple matter to identify these people when you know what
features to look for.”
Noblet’s report has been suprisingly well received by most of the human-development scientists around the world. German archaeologist Dr. Richard
Graff said there is plenty of evidence to support the French anthropologist’s claims. “There is little doubt the human mind has changed
dramatically in the past 8,000 years,” said the expert.
“We also know that the very appearance of humans became much more refined at the same time. Natural evolution is too slow to have caused such sudden
changes. It is more likely they were brought about by the introduction of superior characteristics from an extraterrestrial gene pool."
Noblet says the following physical features may indicated a strong extraterrestrial influence in your ancestry:
1. Eye color is usually green or hazel. The eyes are set wide apart in the head.
2. Feet tend to be small and narrow. Toes are apt to be longer than most people feel is normal.
3. Ears are larger than average and set close to the head.
4. Hands and fingers are long and slender. Nails tend to be perfectly formed but fragile.
5. Facial features are usually delicate but sometimes appear to be sharply chiseled. Lips are either fuller than average or unusually thin.
6. Hips are fuller than average to downright wide. In women, breasts are small for build.
7. Hair tends to be red or blonde, but hair color alone does not prove alien ancestry.
8. Body build is small to average. Bones are usually weak.
Interestingly enough 20 years later after his claim Scientists from different parts of the world discovered that white skin & blue eyes (both
recessive traits) originated 8000 years ago near the black sea. My own research over the years has also led me to believe that recessive traits came
from extraterrestrials. Lets take a look.
Genes come in versions known as alleles. There are dominant alleles and recessive alleles and ear lobe attachment is thought to be a recessive
Although it’s easy to say that between a tall and a short gene, the tall one is dominant, it’s not necessarily the case studies shown that being
tall is infact a recessive trait which is completely determined by genetics.
A study from Massachusetts Institute of Technology concludes:
“Height is almost completely determined by genetics, but our earlier studies were only able to explain about 10 percent of this genetic
influence,” said Dr. Joel Hirschhorn, of Boston Children’s Hospital and the Broad Institute at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in a press
release. With their new study It’s believed that up to 80 percent of a person’s height is determined by genetics."
Other Genetic Traits
Palmaris longus is a muscle found in the forearm of many mammals, including humans. It is a slender, flat muscle, and if you held your arm parallel to
the ground with your palm facing up, and then decided to allow someone to dissect your forearm, it would appear as a little flat surfboard not too far
below the skin, with a tendon passing through your wrist into your hand.
The Palmaris longus performs different functions in various animals. In some animals it pulls back a skin fold to expose a claw. It is more prevalent
in animals which use their forelimbs to grab things while climbing, such as orangutans.
Here's where it gets interesting
: Palmaris longus serves no apparent function in humans. For this reason it is actually very popular with
reconstructive surgeons because they can "harvest" the tissue or the tendon and use it to rebuild other, useful muscles. What is even more interesting
is the fact that the muscle is completely or partially absent in around one-sixth of humanity.
Palmaris longus isn't the only "missing" muscle in the human body, there are plenty of others. The Plantaris muscle
is in the leg and is absent
in about 10% of people. Pyramidalis
is in the rectal area and is absent in 20% of people. Levator claviculae
is a real no-show, being
absent 97% of the time. Occipitalis
minor in the head plays the race card, one (somewhat dated) study suggests is always present in indigenous
Malays, in 50% of Japanese, only 36% of Europeans, and is nonexistent in some regions of southwestern Africa and in Melanesians.
Palmaris longus has a major advantage over these other muscles, because its presence or absence can be determined without using a scalpel. Hold your
hand out palm up, form a fist and then angle your fist toward your face. You'll see either one or two tendons crossing your wrist. If there is only
one, then you are missing Palmaris longus.
Ehlers–Danlos syndrome (EDS)
Ehlers–Danlos syndrome (EDS) is an inherited disorder which causes hyperelasticity of the skin & Hypermobility in the bones. People with this
condition have skin that is soft, velvety, or stretchy and also a strong tendency to bruising.
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is a dominantly inherited, tissue disorder which results from mutations in the COL3A1 gene. Thin translucent skin reveals the
subcutaneous venous pattern, and is particularly apparent over the chest and abdomen.
Approximately 50% of those with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome have a missing 'Lingual frenulum' & can touch the end of their nose with their tongue ,
compared to 8-10% of the population.
Green eyes are the least common (recessive) eye color. In order to have green eyes a person must have a yellow colored stroma. The yellowish stroma
appears green due to Rayliegh scattering, the principle that makes the sky blue, blue plus yellow equals green. Rayliegh scattering is the scattering
of molecules and and atoms that occurs when light travels through transparent liquids or gasses.
There are two different types of melanin, the pigment that allows skin to tan and that makes brown eyes brown. There is a dark, black melanin and a
yellow melanin. An eye without melanin, either black or yellow will be blue. Green eyes are caused by low levels of black melanin and higher levels of
the yellow melanin.
Babies with green eyes are born with blue or gray eyes, just like other Caucasian babies. Green eyes do not appear immediately and may take several
months to appear. The most dramatic changes to a baby's eye color will typically occur sometime after 6 months of age, but can continue to change for
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