reply to post by lewtra
Yea, that was interesting... but maybe it really was just dropped on a carpet... haha. No, im joking of course, that was curious.
For me i think there are a few key issues concerning the DNA (origin) of the skull.
1. Regardless of its origins, Earth or elsewhere, what are the implications of finding evidence for genetic manipulation of our species by an alien
species... Possibly the dawn of a new age of conspiracy? An Epic Galaxy-wide conspiracy to manipulate all intelligent life forms through genetic
engineering, so that the species behind all this would forever remain the most advanced in the galaxy??..
this is fun
2. Can geneticists possibly discern whether or not something is Alien at all? What i mean by this is, we know already the skull contains Human DNA:
Fact. However, can it be logically assumed that the rest of the DNA, not previously recognised as human, is Not simply due to some extremely rare
3. What actually is that red stuff?
4. The fact that the analysis has shown this skull was from an adult means it survived without being killed by the Humans who clearly accepted it into
their community.. if it hadn't already been born into it. Otherwise, without knowledge of the many essential resources needed to survive on this
planet (food, water etc), and the knowledge of the many hazards that come with living here, this star child wouldn't have survived beyond infancy...
unless of course the alien genetics was advanced enough for them to have been able to determine what humans consume in order to maintain good health
and survive, but would that have been necessary anyway? would this star child still the the digestive system of its alien ancestors? or ours? Either
way this simply doesn't add up. If it was born here, which has been proven to be a fact due to evidence of human DNA within the skull, then How is it
possible for the alien species who came here to sustain themselves, let alone their cute little hybrid star child... oh wait sorry, they must've
flown back home once a week right?.. to restock their supplies.... which could also explain how litte Star would have survived if its digestive
system was not as human as the many many human like features of its skull. But even it the humans had cared for it, despite knowing its unearthly
origins, surely being only 900 years ago, we would have records of this benevolent hospitality shown by the people who cared for this "star-child".
But we have nothing. No written records, no rock paintings, no statues, no monuments, nothing at all.. So what happend, unless someone wants to tell
me that humanity simply saw the arrival of an alien species from one of our own as something entirely unremarkable and the whole event was completely
unrecorded. And please dont tell me becaause it was 900 years ago that these records may have dissapeared.. wouldnt you think that if an alien had
lived on this planet, no matter what age in history, the story would have at least become part of some folk-tale, or legend?
I personally don't need to wait for the DNA results to be confident in my beleif that this is not of alien origin. logic can tell us how ridiculous
this is, beyond our desire for it to be true.
Good luck dreamers... oh wait..