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PK: They just vanished. One second they were there.
The thing is that when I bit her nipple . . . she didn’t scream,
she didn’t cry, she didn’t react at all in pain. No way at all
was there any pain associated with what I did. That really
like put a big question mark on what was going on with me.
Like, what the hell was going on? There was no blood, there
was nothing, no trace whatsoever. It was if I took a bite out
of a plastic dummy or mannequin that was made of rubber
or something. When I bit the nipple it felt to me as if I had
bitten a little bit of elastic band for example, rubbery
substance. As soon as I did that I saw the expressions and I
started to cough, got this coughing fit and I might have
taken my eyes of them for a split second I think, then I’ve
looked up and they weren’t there any more. I got out of bed
coughing. All this time really bad coughing. I had something
stuck in the back of my throat that I was trying to
cough out. I remember getting a glass of water, having a
drink, didn’t do anything, walked straight to the bathroom
to use the toilet.
Originally posted by blackcube
The lie detector is not "proof" of anything except the proof that person really believe that what he is telling is "true". If he had an hallucination that X or Y happen... he will believe and tell to everybody that its true.
Its like a schizophrenic person he live in his own personal world and everything that happen in there, its complete, 100% true, for him.
THE DNA ANALYSIS
The analysis by the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group
(APEG) was perfomed on mitochondrial DNA
Originally posted by ChaosMagician
no, why would anyone even be looking into this case on this level if the hair showed human dna... there are MANY abduction reports, what makes this special and who are the other people inquiring and what is it that they know about this particular dna?... THAT is the askable question here and someone ought to be able to answer those questions without a doubt... so where are the answers?
. . . mitochondrial DNA analysis of the hair shaft from
a reportedly tall, blonde alien female shows that she is
biologically close to normal human genetics, but of an
unusual racial type. . . . One might predict further that
her DNA should match closely that of racial types in
Finland, Iceland, or Scandinavia, given the long, thin
blonde hair as direct evidence, plus her tall stature and
fair skin from eyewitness testimony, but . . . that seems
not to be the case.
. . . The blonde hair provides for a strange and
unusual DNA sequence, showing five consistent substitutions
from a human consensus (present in all cloned
sequences), which could not easily have come from
anyone else in the Sydney area except by the rarest of
chances; is not apparently due to any sort of laboratory
contamination; and is found only in a few other people
throughout the whole world.
What implications might these comparisons have
for possible authenticity of the alien hair sample as
collected by the young man in Sydney in 1992? While
it would not be impossible for him to have had sexual
contact with some fair-skinned, nearly albino female
from the Sydney area, such an explanation is ruled out
by the DNA evidence, which fits only a Chinese Mongoloid
as a donor of the hair. Furthermore, while it
might be possible to find a few Chinese in Sydney with
the same DNA as seen in just 4% of Taiwanese women,
it would not be plausible to find a Chinese woman here
with thin, almost clear hair, having the same rare DNA.
Finally, that thin blonde hair could not plausibly represent
a chemically-bleached Chinese (including the root),
because then it’s DNA could not easily have been
The most probable donor of the hair must therefore
be as the young man claims: a tall blonde female who
does not need much color in her hair or skin as a form
of protection against the sun, perhaps because she does
not require it. Could this young man really have provided,
by chance, a hair sample which contains DNA
from one of the rarest human lineages known . . . that
lies further from the mainstream than any other except
for African Pygmies and aboriginals?
Originally posted by elyaeno
That intresting , but i find his reaction really weird for that kind of situation, who did examine the hair samples and how credible he is ?
Originally posted by poet1b
We should be hearing mitochondrial DNA types, not about African pygmies.
MITOCHONDRIAL DNA SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF A SHED HAIR FROM AN
ALIEN ABDUCTION CASE
Performed by the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group (APEG), in April 1999
A great controversy currently exists as to whether the
many reported alien abduction cases worldwide might be
physically real or else purely psychological phenomena.
Thus, those people who believe in the UFO alien scenario
tend to accept the investigations of authors such as Budd
Hopkins or John Mack, who have provided circumstantial
evidence for the abduction of humans in terms of: (a)
landing-site traces, (b) prominent “biopsy” scars, (c) alleged
“implants” (or artifacts ostensibly removed from
abducted people), and (d) testimonies from hundreds of
supposedly abducted individuals, whether by conscious
recall or under hypnosis. However, those people who do not
believe in the UFO alien scenario (and this would include
the majority of professional scientists) tend not to accept the
current evidence for alien abductions, seeing it as too weak
and circumstantial to justify such a major shift in their way
of perceiving the world.
Indeed, these supposed abductions leave surprisingly
little evidence that could be tested in a scientific laboratory,
according to standard procedures; hence, if real they might
be intentionally covert in nature.
The detailed analysis of any reliable evidence from an
alien abduction case might therefore be of great scientific
value, in order to assess the reality of this phenomenon, as
well as to identify the biological nature of such visitors.
Originally posted by poet1b
If seems that alien beings who look like hot Nordic babes with great bodies would have a better plan to seduce a bloke. Buy the guy a few drinks at the bar, or stick out a thumb on the side of the road, or just wiggle their little finger at the guy of their choice.
Originally posted by Dmonix
if it hasn't been said already.
It's fairly obvious this man had some sort of adverse reaction to some sort of male sexual enhancement medication. So he my certainly believe that the events he's telling are real, but in fact were delusions.
Originally posted by poet1b
reply to post by SaturnFX
No, information like this.
Naming of Haploid Group, Capital letters A to Z (e.g. mtDNA haplogroup H).
Naming of Subclade, Lower case letters and numbers (e.g. mtDNA subclade H2a).
Line traced, Maternal lineage (mother's mother's mother...), example, Eve.
Also, there should be some abstract on testing methodology.