posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 03:42 PM
The information presented is intruiging. But as usual when it comes to fringe topics like this, the information is coming from sources that are more
than willing to accept, that this is something unique and very likely extra terrestrial. In the outro he is already showing bias towards the outcome
of the dna analysis pointing towards such a conclusion.
For something to be truly fair and square, for something to make sure that we can make an informed opinion about something, is that the information
presented has to be argued by all parties. That includes skeptics, believers, "objective" and "unbiased" analysts etc... And I haven't seen this
information presented while fulfilling this criteria.
However, I suspect that mainstream science aren't too eager to touch on this topic. They are working within a paradigm that doesn't allow them to
think beyond its borders, and it's most likely a career suicide to give it support. Furthermore, if the man in this film proves to tell the truth
about his findings and if his methods that lead to the conclusion of what this really is, then he may actually garner support from the mainstream.
Heterodox subjects that threatens the current paradigm will always have a hard time breaking through, but if this man use legit and accepted methods
of science to argue his findings, he may, as I said earlier, gain acceptance in the community. I say community because if the scientific community
accepts it, so will the rest.
Edit: Star and Flagged, as this is quite interesting, whatever the outcome may be.
[edit on 10/8/10 by Droogie]