posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 07:12 PM
Originally posted by Versa
But this again says " DNA analysis and showed that the DNA was a extremely rare human Asian type" Again it is rare but HUMAN
22-1-2011 by Versa because: (no reason given)
Sorry, this was my reply...
I have thought about this subject again and have mulled over the fact that human and Chimpanzee DNA sequences are
What I am trying to say is that there can be very
small differences between the DNA sequences in separate species. A HUMAN HYBRID COULD BE ALMOST IDENTICAL GENETICALLY TO NORMAL HUMAN WHEN
SUBJECTED TO DNA SEQUENCE ANALYSIS.
To elaborate further, a Chimpanzee-Human hybrid would be more than 99% identical (in molecular genetics, homologous) to human DNA. DNA such as this
may show as a 'rare human type' in the lab, especially if the species hybridised with human is closer to human than Chimpanzee OR WAS NOT A 50%
(i.e. was more human that 'alien').
What I am trying to say is that a hybrid could easily show up in DNA analysis as human. Those tests would not prove whether a species is pure I'm
afraid. Especially in mitochondrial DNA analysis as in the Peter Khoury case (the one mentioned by versa above).
Mitochondrial DNA is inherited from the mother. If your mother is human, your mitochondrial DNA is likely to show as pure human. Your chromosomal
DNA (most of your DNA) could have many sequences from other species which would NEVER
show up in that type of test.
In sexual reproduction, mitochondria are normally inherited exclusively from the mother. The mitochondria in mammalian sperm are usually destroyed by
the egg cell after fertilization.
As I say, I REALLY DO HAVE EXPERTISE IN THIS TOPIC.
I am not some crazy hippie who blindly believes. I have a lot to offer and would be happy
to corroborate with serious researchers.
edit on 22/1/11 by Pimander because: typo
edit on 22/1/11 by Pimander because: added
the line about mentioned by versa