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There are official documents from the labs. Of course there won't be a government report because this is not a government undertaking.
Originally posted by Quest
Huh? I concluded that the DNA was that of a human female of a specific native american lineage.
If that link you gave has real data, then it proves it is just a human defect, not alien.
Also, why isn't that paper published? I'm sure some odd journal would publish it.
Originally posted by Shugo
Once again, if you want to make it on the site, you gotta provide more than a few little wording lines, and links.
I still don't see what the heck you're babbling about. Just because SETI is private does not mean that there is not some backing. Expecially if it's edu type.
I'm ending this conversation because you're completely lost in your own thought in this and are not willing to take another persons advice.
Tell me when 6 months has passed you by, you'll learn a thing or two about plausable and credible sources.
Originally posted by radardog
It's a report back from a genetics lab. Nothing special was found out about the entity. Only that its mother was an average human for the area. Also that the father couldn't be found due to some complications.
[Amelogenin gave another X-Y read as a male, which allows the extrapolation that both the X
and Y chromosomes had to come from humans, as occurred in test #4. And there were still no
significant (supra-threshold) results generated, which means not enough DNA was recovered to
complete allele calls that would allow paternity testing.]
Due to the strict cleaning regimen employed with this sample, it is my opinion that the DNA that
was isolated and tested was not from exogenous, contaminating DNA. The result appears to be
due to the age of the skull; the genomic DNA is too degraded to provide a complete profile. The
sex of the decedent has been verified as male. The traces of DNA that were recovered in each of
the numerous tests performed in this laboratory responded to human-specific probes."
Originally posted by jacygirl
Hi OP....I was watching a show on tv a few days ago (cannot remember which show, lol....documentary NOT news)....anyways, they were talking about the 'Starchild' skull....and showing it.
I thought it was really interesting, and was happy to see a thread about it.
Too bad most of this thread (so far) has been arguing.....that always ruins it for me.
Will be back to see if anyone else watched the show and is interested in it like I am.