reply to post by solarstorm
Unfortunately, IMO, the photo is completely useless as evidence of alien/human hybrids existing.
It appears to be a somewhat poorly executed, and ill thought through model. I have worked with sculptors who could make something far more convincing,
could make something far more convincing.
Accepting that we (being the general public (and not including those who have had close and personal experience of aliens)) do not know, or maybe
could not even begin to understand the physical make-up of our extraterrestial visitors, would it not make sense that a hybrid's DNA would have to
follow certain rules?
Considering we are roughly of the same "design"?
So, what's with the foetus's left arm?
Please don't tell me that that is a birth defect. The strange way it juts from the torso, the way it curves to the elbow, to me, all point to the
model's creator having limited sculpting skills. The photo looks cheap (believe me, if you hire a real sculptor, it costs
See this link for a hoax utilising real artists:
Now know I'm gonna get flamed for simply saying it can't be real because it doesn't look real. Remember this is my opinion only, based on an
initial reaction to presented evidence.
And considering the "source" has mysteriously disappeared only helps confirm my suspicions.
C2C asked is it too good to be true?
Well, no, actually, it's not very good at all.