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Ancient Aliens and DNA

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posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 04:58 PM
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Hello everyone this is really more of a question post than an information one. I have been watching the TV program Ancient Aliens. I am currently watching one called Closer Encounters from 2010. In it a man named Giorgio Tsoukalos, I'm sure most of you know the name. Anyway he's talking about Noah's flood as a possible indication of aliens in the past. The Bible says he was told to collect 2 of everything. This guy is saying that his boat wasn't a boat but a DNA bank.

So here's the question I'm hoping to get answered. If it was in fact a DNA bank, how would that then be used to recreate the people and animals? I've been watching over the years about a team of scientist's who are trying to bring back the wooly mammoth. Last I heard they were still trying to get an intact DNA profile. Once they have that they are going to use an elephant to infuse with the DNA. Then over several generations will end up with something like a wooly mammoth. If the flood killed everything and all you have is the DNA don't you still need at least a female of a similar animal too create the egg and a male to create the seaman?

If you have any answers to this question I would love to hear it




posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 05:10 PM
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It wasn't a DNA bank. It's a story of the flood that did not originate with the Hebrew Bible. Noah, if he lived at all, certainly did not build an ark and collect two of everything. But the story itself is told wit variations all over the world and reflects the end of the last ice age, about 12,800 BC. I suggest you read Graham Hancock's "Magicians of the Gods" (isbn: 978-1-250-04592-8) for an account of why this might be so. It's a pretty decent theory. No aliens required.



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 05:23 PM
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a reply to: MikeA

Perhaps a automated process that would take place in earth orbit from a low orbit satellite aka DNA bank.
Ever heard of the black knight satellite.. some say it have been there for ages.
A.I DNA bank put there to maintain earths lifeforms.. programmed to activate when earth life signs diminished.
Perhaps there are hidden A.I terraforma crafts hidden inside earth to work in sync with the automated DNA bank



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 05:25 PM
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"Noah" was "Gilgamesh" before He was 'Noah'...

But don't tell Him about Adam's first wife, Lilith, because the way I heard it, "Noah" likes things to be just such...



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 05:28 PM
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originally posted by: MikeA
If it was in fact a DNA bank, how would that then be used to recreate the people and animals?

"Darwin's Radio." There are several ways to do it, but maybe one of the easiest is to cobble together a virus -- a common cold virus will do -- that contains the DNA of the critter you want to make, and then sneeze it into the faces of whatever little creature is most genetically similar to what you want to develop. The virus will "infect" the cells in the new organism, and if you're lucky and they live through it, they will pass along the changes to the next generation. Small tweaks at a time, until you get what you want.



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 05:28 PM
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damn double
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posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 06:08 PM
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Its always baffled me why its considered such a scientific impossibility to create an embryo of an extinct creature (or whatever) completely artificially.

I mean, whats the issue? Insert a cell into an artificial environment, which stimulates the exact conditions of a womb, then add the desired DNA.

What am I missing?



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 06:24 PM
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originally posted by: schuyler
It wasn't a DNA bank. It's a story of the flood that did not originate with the Hebrew Bible. Noah, if he lived at all, certainly did not build an ark and collect two of everything. But the story itself is told wit variations all over the world and reflects the end of the last ice age, about 12,800 BC. I suggest you read Graham Hancock's "Magicians of the Gods" (isbn: 978-1-250-04592-8) for an account of why this might be so. It's a pretty decent theory. No aliens required.


The known and documented world back then would have been the Mediterranean. Sea levels were around 150 meters lower during the Ice Age. If you look at regular Google maps of the North American and European continents you can see rivers that are now underwater. At some time, as the ice melted, there were vast lakes held in place by ice and land bridges. It would have taken just one heavy storm and/or earthquake to cause these to collapse and there would have been a massive deluge of water into the Mediterranean and other low lying areas. These have been documented to have happened.



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 06:54 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: schuyler
It wasn't a DNA bank. It's a story of the flood that did not originate with the Hebrew Bible. Noah, if he lived at all, certainly did not build an ark and collect two of everything. But the story itself is told wit variations all over the world and reflects the end of the last ice age, about 12,800 BC. I suggest you read Graham Hancock's "Magicians of the Gods" (isbn: 978-1-250-04592-8) for an account of why this might be so. It's a pretty decent theory. No aliens required.


The known and documented world back then would have been the Mediterranean. Sea levels were around 150 meters lower during the Ice Age. etc.....


Indeed, a lot has been discovered in the last decade or so that corroborates the basic idea. Even mainstream geology has come around to the idea. I really wish Paul Allen would stop finding WWII battleships and concentrate on the offshore areas at about 400 feet. I'm guessing there is a whole lot of interesting stuff to find at that level that would pretty well cinch the deal.



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 09:18 PM
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Infecting a creature with a virus might work, except every thing is dead. Inserting the DNA into a living cell might work except everything is dead. Now as I understand it the only people on the boat was him and his wife and kids. If Noah was like a 1000 years old, and his stuff still works (way to go dude) he and his wife who would need to old too, and his boys yep old. . We would ALL have to be related. People and animals because theirs is the only living cells you can use



posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 11:45 PM
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a reply to: MikeA

I recall a study of animal DNA in recent times that found Cheetahs (I think) were 'copycats' in their DNA which suggests their population, at some point in the past, was down to as low as a single breeding pair. Only Cheetahs AFAIK.

A prehistoric 'world flood' - in those times an area the size of the Mediterranean was the world. It's been suggested that a natural dam at the Straits of Gibraltar failing due to rising Atlantic levels could have flooded out the 'world'. It could have happened shortly after in the Black sea area as well wiping out a civilisation on what is now the sea bed and giving rise to legends of the 'great flood'.



posted on Apr, 28 2018 @ 03:03 AM
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As it was in the Days of Noah ...... [Matthew 24:37]

In other words, the technology that we have now (inc BlackOPs & D.U.M.P.s) existed back in the days of Noah as well.

So reading about the mutants being created in those D.U.M.B's gives an idea as to how all the creatures were re-created.

Surprisingly, the Bible mentions nothing about what the predators ate. If the Flood wiped out all animals, what did the carnavores eat whilst the herbivores ate the growing grass ? (Food replicators ?)
edit on 28-4-2018 by Rapha because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 28 2018 @ 04:44 AM
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originally posted by: schuyler

originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: schuyler
It wasn't a DNA bank. It's a story of the flood that did not originate with the Hebrew Bible. Noah, if he lived at all, certainly did not build an ark and collect two of everything. But the story itself is told wit variations all over the world and reflects the end of the last ice age, about 12,800 BC. I suggest you read Graham Hancock's "Magicians of the Gods" (isbn: 978-1-250-04592-8) for an account of why this might be so. It's a pretty decent theory. No aliens required.


The known and documented world back then would have been the Mediterranean. Sea levels were around 150 meters lower during the Ice Age. etc.....


Indeed, a lot has been discovered in the last decade or so that corroborates the basic idea. Even mainstream geology has come around to the idea. I really wish Paul Allen would stop finding WWII battleships and concentrate on the offshore areas at about 400 feet. I'm guessing there is a whole lot of interesting stuff to find at that level that would pretty well cinch the deal.

Maybe, but that's a lot of territory to try and look closely at based only on the pure assumption that people built on the coast in the ancient past.
Way cheaper looking on dry land, meaning you can look in more places more quickly and efficiently.

Harte
edit on 4/28/2018 by Harte because: of the wonderful things he does!



posted on Apr, 28 2018 @ 01:44 PM
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originally posted by: MikeA
Hello everyone this is really more of a question post than an information one. I have been watching the TV program Ancient Aliens. I am currently watching one called Closer Encounters from 2010. In it a man named Giorgio Tsoukalos, I'm sure most of you know the name. Anyway he's talking about Noah's flood as a possible indication of aliens in the past. The Bible says he was told to collect 2 of everything. This guy is saying that his boat wasn't a boat but a DNA bank.

So here's the question I'm hoping to get answered. If it was in fact a DNA bank, how would that then be used to recreate the people and animals? I've been watching over the years about a team of scientist's who are trying to bring back the wooly mammoth. Last I heard they were still trying to get an intact DNA profile. Once they have that they are going to use an elephant to infuse with the DNA. Then over several generations will end up with something like a wooly mammoth. If the flood killed everything and all you have is the DNA don't you still need at least a female of a similar animal too create the egg and a male to create the seaman?

If you have any answers to this question I would love to hear it



Noah was a man who built a boat to survive Global Continental Displacement Waves...he took breeding pairs of as many types of animals as he could fit on his boat,chickens cows goats bees spiders geese sheep camels whatever he could fit in that would aid his group in survival in a desolate lifeless world raw and opened up needing to re-set itself.....Noah needed the animals because the Earths animals had been devastated on a near ELE event.....and by the time they re-established themselves in numbers they could hunt and live off of everyone would have starved to death.

Worry not...our DNA is also taken by HUMANS who know this event is coming and who wish to return our current species as it is now to the planet post-event.....lol...I am pretty sure of this....I had the chance to request and receive an explanation....that is if you believe abductee accounts that is.
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