Originally posted by breano
a hybrid species of Grey Aliens and ancient ape men.
There is no evidence that Grays, or any other aliens, exist.
Its just that I think if you took half the DNA of a Grey and half the DNA of a great ape and created a being you would more than likely end up with
something very much like a modern human.
Why would you think that?
Why would Grays be using DNA? And even if they have DNA as their genetic material (or have a genetic material for that matter), why would the Genetic
Code of these creatures from another planet, be the same? And why would it be at all compatible with anything from earth? Also, if man is a mixed
species, then shouldn't man's DNA be backwards compatible with chimp/ape DNA? I don't think that it is.
Also, the genetic evidence that we do
have indicates that man is simply a descendant of primitive apes, not that there is some other missing
population. Chimp and Human dna, also, is exceedingly similar. If man was Half gray, then there'd be less than half of a similarity between man and
These kinds of theories pop up often, but everything about the genetics of man, and every other organism on the planet, strongly supports them sharing
a common, terrestrial, ancestor, with no extraterrestrial genetics.
UJ: Its not actually 98%, that was the previous estimate, and it ended up being fairly high, I don't recall what the actual similarity is, but its
also very high. Also, there is no 'normal' variation for a species in terms of percentage of DNA, but as you might expect it'd have to be pretty