reply to post by AnthraAndromda
But you're missing the point. You're not doing a "wee" study. This study is HUGE. Do you realize exactly how many variables you're comparing
against? I don't think you do. And you keep biasing the study when new information or correlation is presented.
Among humans, some men have two Xs and a Y ("XXY", see Klinefelter's syndrome), or one X and two Ys (see XYY syndrome), and some women have three Xs
or a single X instead of a double X ("X0", see Turner syndrome). There are other exceptions in which SRY is damaged (leading to an XY female), or
copied to the X (leading to an XX male). For related phenomena see Androgen insensitivity syndrome and Intersex.
Are you an XYY or XX male? You haven't ruled that out.
High mutation rate:
The human Y chromosome is particularly exposed to high mutation rates due to the environment in which it is housed. The Y chromosome is passed
exclusively through sperm, which undergo multiple cell divisions during gametogenesis. Each cellular division provides further opportunity to
accumulate base pair mutations. Additionally, sperm are stored in the highly oxidative environment of the testis, which encourages further mutation.
These two conditions combined put the Y chromosome at a risk of mutation 4.8 times greater than the rest of the genome.
Have you ruled the above out?
A clear, quantitative indication of this inefficiency is the entropy rate of the Y chromosome. Whereas all other chromosomes in the human genome have
entropy rates of 1.5–1.9 bits per nucleotide (compared to the theoretical maximum of exactly 2 for no redundancy), the Y chromosome's entropy rate
is only 0.84. This means the Y chromosome has a much lower information content relative to its overall length; it is more redundant.
Have you even considered the above? Perhaps the information encoded and supposed to be on the Y is on the X? It happens.
And it goes like this:
The human Y chromosome is unable to recombine with the X chromosome, except for small pieces of pseudoautosomal regions at the telomeres (which
comprise about 5% of the chromosome's length). These regions are relics of ancient homology between the X and Y chromosomes. The bulk of the Y
chromosome which does not recombine is called the "NRY" or non-recombining region of the Y chromosome. It is the SNPs (single-nucleotide
polymorphism) in this region which are used for tracing direct paternal ancestral lines.
And also illustrates the polymorphism I pointed-out to you in an earlier post.
Do you understand?
Just because it is not present on an Y chromosome does NOT mean it cannot be present on the X; but you won't consider this due to bias, that makes
your conclusion invalid until you test it.
If you wan to continue this claim you are an ET, for the inter-rim, you need to insert the word "ALLEGED" or "ALLEGE" which indicates your conclusion
is not complete or solidly proved, otherwise, you're just making a claim based on a fallacy, as "Mystical / Mysterious Fiction" which the bias you
keep insisting on keeping toward this argument a "Red Herring." You're logic is flawed unless you admit it might or might not be the case and remove
any bias. Perhaps you could adopt a contrast and comparison study in the form of where both conclusions of "Being and ET" and "Being Conclusively
Terran" would exist and explore variations in both.
Man, you are way over your head and being a programmer, you realize that if you type random letters over and over and try to encode them into a
programming language, you are going to get nothing but data.
Data which is not arranged, formatted, presented in a way to be understood is NOT information.
And all you have given us is data, with a single initiation command executing a loop which repeats indefinitely with no STOP command. And that is
garbage-in and garbage-out.
I'm not trying to debunk you for the sake of debunking you. I'm reproving and proofing but the bias in perspective to certain pertinent information
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