Ok Anthra, I'm back. I've thought more about the Ramen test and after much thought, I've decided against it? Why? Your argument will simply be
that your "species" is so similar to humans that you will register as human. This makes the test a waste of time and resources.
Now are you saying your biological father is a human being? Or are you stating that he is an alien? Now if you claim both parents are alien then
there is a cheap and easy soloution. A paternity test with your "adoptive" father. This would do a couple of things. It could prove he is your
father, or that he isn't your father. Which means you could be adopted or your mother had an extramarital affair, and you were the offspring.
$69 bucks for the paternity test.
If you claim your biological father is human and your mother is alien and you are some sort of hybrid then we need a maternity test.
$110 bucks or you can do paternity and maternity on this sight for $125 total. So It would be a simple and inexpensive process to determine if the
people who raised you are actually your biological parents. That could potentially end the debate.
If those fail to establish your biological parents or you just want to confirm your humanity or alien lineage you need a MtDna test. $159 or $299 for
full spectrum MtDna with genealogy.
Now, everything about your previous test gives the indication that your father is human. So I would imagine sorting out mom is the issue.
As far as your caucasian appearance and apparent Indian lineage there is a possibility that your legal parents are your biological parents.
In 2005, scientists discovered a tiny mutation in a gene that plays a key role in determining skin color, with Caucasians inheriting a different
version than other groups. The gene—named slc245a5—was discovered in a cancer research study using zebrafish, which have the same gene and come in
dark and light skin versions. Slc245a is believed to be responsible for between 25 and 38 percent of the color variation between Europeans and
Researchers found that people in Africa and China have one variation of slc245a5 and people of European ancestry have another. The research indicated
that the dark version was the original and the light version evolved as humans migrated from Africa into northern areas and is consistent with a
theory that lighter skin evolved as an adaption to weaker sunlight.
On the relevance of this finding to race, Gregory Barsh of Stanford University told the Times of London: “The paper indicates how the genetics of
skin color variation is quite different from, and not be confused with, the concept of race...One of the most obvious characteristics that
distinguishes different humans is nothing more than a simple change in the activity of a protein expressed in pigment cells. Skin color does not equal
So there is an explanation for your appearance conflicting with your haplogrouping. More info...
While people who don't bother reading much insist that Caucasians originated in the Caucusus Mountain region (Iran, Iraq, Russia, etc.) they actually
originated in India. One proof of this is that almost all languages of Europe are Indo-European (mixture of Indian and European languages).
So, Indian women (and men too) are Caucasian (being the originators of the "white" race) but they are also Asian. If you dig into country histories,
the original peoples of Japan were white, not yellow. Those people have been pushed northward in the Japanese Islands and are considered, by the
Japanese, as being inferior. In the Philippines and in Australia, the original people were black, the Negritoes in the Philippines and Bushmen in
Go to national geogrpahic and look up "GLobe of Human history" then click migration stories. It will explain why there is a rather mundane
explanation to your quandry.
YOu may also contact the School of chemical sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. They did a very interesting study on the
Now that there is a very plausible explanation as to why you are human and have the markers that you do, the only thing left is paternity/maternity
and MTDna. So for $125 you can prove that these are not your parents. Or drop the $299 on the MtDna and prove mom isn't human.
Just for reference I was initially going to have a ramen spectro test performed to see whether his blood would be identified as human. I was called
out of town for an extended period.. After much thought I decided it was a complete waste of time. It took a few months but I found a plausible
explanation for the variance and a cheap way to move the story along.