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NEW! Starchild Skull DNA Result..

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posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:00 AM
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Have you ever heard of Craniosynostosis? In many cases it's genetic and has been around since almost the beginning of mankind.

You can Google the medical term and you'll find endless images of these kids born with Craniosynostosis.

Probably the most famous born with this condition is Pharaoh Akhenaten, husband of Queen Nefertiti.




posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:00 AM
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Why do Lloyd Pye and CSETI threads get brand new members signing up and only posting in those threads? Suspiciously similar to a sock-puppet account. All signed-up and shiny avatar ready with background profile? You learn fast


You're missing the point in your quick rundown of deflections, straw men and simplifications. Deflections..."Flat Earth, God, Devil, Jesus, Resurrection, Heaven and Hell, JFK, 9/11, Obama's birthplace?"

Pye's had it tested and was told it was human on both sides. The structure of the skull falls within accepted boundaries of abnormal cranial morphology. The unusual features are explainable according to the symptoms of progeria, brachycephaly or other conditions known to medical science. In over ten years Lloyd Pye hasn't made a strong enough argument or provided enough evidence to prove or indicate an alien origin for this skull.

Just on those important points, it is impossible to conclude the skull is alien. Lloyd Pye has formed his conclusions in the absence of evidence. From the first local doctor who suggested encephaly (iirc), he has refused to accept the identifications by medical practitioners or scientific tests.

It's classic pseudoscience. He makes appeals to authority, makes statements of fact that are unsupported by evidence. He further attacks the basis of science (replication and refutation) and accuses scientists of being blind or ignorant. The final act of pseudoscience is to plead persecution.

Is it Copernicus? Quite a similar style and very similar arguments!



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:01 AM
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""You are jumping to the silly conclusion, not based in any fact, that:

1/ Aliens exist
2/ They have visited earth
3/ They are able to breed with humans
4/ The so called "starchild skull" is a result of one of these "aliens" breeding with a human""


Well this is the million dollar question isn't it? Can we think of any other examples of alien like beings taking species from a place to do whatever they please? Actually yes we can, I was just at a zoo recently and it made me think " These animals were once living their normal lives and then some unknown being (humans) came along and snatched them up to just put them on display and breed them for their own will. Why can't the humans be the species and the "aliens" be the unknown kidnapper? If There are beings out their with perhaps millions of years of technological evolution, where interstellar space travel is as easy as going in your car and driving somewhere, people go to Africa ALL the time to see the species that developed maybe even capture some in that area, why would aliens not stop by earth to see the rare beings that developed here, and maybe capture a few? Seems like a very possible situation to me.
Think of a zoo, the animals in there would never ever be able to understand or know about the world outside the zoo because they NEVER EXPLORED IT.

Humans are at the point where a good majority of the people believe that there is something outside the zoo, but also there are a good majority that don't believe that, that the zoo world is the ONLY world.

The current situation of humanity is this. We are living our lives in the zoo called Earth in the star system we call SOL. We are just learning how to unlock the cage top from the inside and explore the land outside of the zoo (space travel) where we are going to eventually discover the beings that keep the zoo in order.

That is a hard pill to swallow at first, but its an inevitable one that we all will have to take one day, IF YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.
I consider myself a realist, The thought that aliens could not exist means that I could not exist. IF ALIENS ARE NOT REAL, THAT MEANS WE ARE NOT REAL.
The fact that the extremely rare things that happen to form life TOOK PLACE here, means that its not the only one, even if the chances are 0.00000000001% , their are billion/trillions of stars in 1 galaxy alone, with billions/trillions of galaxies, so that means that the 0.0000000001% roll of the dice would certainly happen.

You're gonna tell me that this 1 star is the only star that has life out of the 1,000,000,000,000,000,000+? BAHAHAHAHAHA!



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:04 AM
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Starchild? Rubbish!

C R A N I O S Y N O S T O S I S

That's the correct medical term!!!!!



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:08 AM
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i should of put in my other post that i do not support nor deny the possibility of sc being real. i just dont know, and neither do you.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:08 AM
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Thank you Kandinsky!



Why do Lloyd Pye and CSETI threads get brand new members signing up and only posting in those threads? Suspiciously similar to a sock-puppet account. All signed-up and shiny avatar ready with background profile? You learn fast

You're missing the point in your quick rundown of deflections, straw men and simplifications. Deflections..."Flat Earth, God, Devil, Jesus, Resurrection, Heaven and Hell, JFK, 9/11, Obama's birthplace?"


I guess I am just too lazy today. I didn't feel like picking apart his "sock puppet post" point by point. (Or read the whole rant at that matter)
So thanks and star!

73's,
Tom



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:14 AM
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It's a pretty realistic assumption is it not?

We do know Craniosynostosis has been around for many many thousands of years.

Kids are born with this every day around the world - to perfectly HUMAN parents!



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:23 AM
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Thanks for the compliments.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:25 AM
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bluemirage5,

Here is a link to the Mayo Clinic web site describing craniosynostosis.
Along with MMN's many posts with another explanation.

Just food for thought. I am not a doctor and have never seen the skull in person so...

www.mayoclinic.com...

NOT Wikipedia!!

73's,
Tom



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:26 AM
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Awesome video.

A must watch for anyone interested in UFOlogy.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:37 AM
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Dr. Tyson's video describes my thoughts on this subject perfectly and puts in a rational manner.

I too, would require it to be seen by anyone prior to opening another "REAL EVIDENCE THEY ARE HERE" thread.
Maybe we can get the mods to make that happen?


Here it is again if anyone missed it!!

mcooki.es...

73's,
Tom (KC5ILU)



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:39 AM
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I watched an episode of UFO Hunters regarding this skull and I was very skeptical then - However, as ive done some digging on the subject and heard more and more about it, im starting to believe that it just "might be" a skull from one of our space brothers.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:40 AM
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Tom

I gave birth to a child with this defect so I'm reasonably knowledgeable on the subject. I guess that makes me a "star" mother?

Type in Craniosynostosis through Google and click on to images and you'll find quite afew photos of kids with the exact same shape head as portrayed in the original post.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:47 AM
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Originally posted by bluemirage5
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Tom

I gave birth to a child with this defect so I'm reasonably knowledgeable on the subject. I guess that makes me a "star" mother?

Type in Craniosynostosis through Google and click on to images and you'll find quite afew photos of kids with the exact same shape head as portrayed in the original post.


bluemirage5,

Well I would say you are well versed on the subject.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

I put that link there not for you specifically but for everyone because I did not see any links in your previous posts.

73's,
Tom



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 07:55 AM
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Thanks Tom for your wishes....

My son was two months of age when he had his surgery and although they managed to correct the defect by 75%, he really does'nt look any different to the next average guy on the street however after a hair cut the scar he has from the top of his forehead down to the nape of his neck is pretty darn obvious. His surgeon was one of the top specialists in his field and we are tremendously fortunate and VERY lucky.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 08:02 AM
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That is so much BS. I so laughed at that!




posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 08:06 AM
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proof then it was here 900 years ago?

solid proof and not some damn blog. One person claimed it was progeria. It seems a lot of wrong analysis by skeptics it seems.



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 08:07 AM
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Perhaps I'm confused by your post....what's so funny?



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 08:11 AM
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Originally posted by dragnet53
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That is so much BS. I so laughed at that!



Sir (or AH),
I would highly recommend reading the posts directly above yours from bluemirage5 before spouting off like a total idiot.
Very crude and disrespectful.

I would also highly recommend an apology!

Tom



posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 08:18 AM
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Even if those scientists claim that skull is 900 years of age, they can not rule out craniosynostosis and they'd be total fools not to.

The only digs I find remarkable are those giant skeletons - if only I could have it confirmed they are real regardless of age.



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