posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 09:45 AM
reply to post by Risco
For me though it was great up until the point where he suggested that all life of this planet is genetically engineered. He went too far at the point,
I am though eager to hear the final results.
The 2nd half is a great laff and commendable for Pye restraining himself from begging for a whole 24 minutes. That's a first!
26 minutes and he's proclaiming what Nature can or can't do and dismissing the inter-disciplinary history of science as 'wrong.' "Nature can't
do that. They say it can and they win and they're the boss." He sounds like a child. It's like that scene from Spinal Tap when he's showing the
amp dials that go to 11.
Pye has this skull with no practical provenance. One test shows it's human on both sides. Medical and forensic experts identify it as a human skull
with congenital progeria or brachycephaly. His second test allegedly can't identify the nDNA. In the interview he adds a hearsay account and throws
in some Powerpoint slides that he's written himself judging by the painfully leading comments under the graphs.
Is any of that enough to throw out centuries of study and the incredible advances in recent science? He's gone from an interesting looking skull to
all life on Earth being genetically engineered by aliens! And he wonders why he's not taken seriously?! If he had a qualification in anything
loosely associated with science or that indicated he was capable of rigorous study, maybe he'd wouldn't sound so absurd?
It's over ten years and he's never ceased asking for more money. The dog's always eating his homework. The pesky scientists are always persecuting
him. The results are 'just around the corner, honest!' He's a pseudo-scientific chancer who's probably still hawking his skull in ten years. Early
this year, he was 'on the edge' of 'proof' and just needed more money. 3 or 4 long threads full of defenders and sock-puppet accounts and here we
are again...Pye wants more money and he's 'nearly there.'