The reason I digressed into the Blue Beam and Iron Mountain documents was because of this informations possiblity to write / erase our real /
percieved ancestors from history. Changing history is a big deal, and when someone predicts it in a way that is very similar to the way it is changing
today, I ask questions. Am I supporting the CT? No. I am merely giving information, much in the same way you are, for personal examination and
As far as this thread is concerned, 2% is astronomical in terms of genetics. I am well aware of this, and I've already touched on that issue before,
so let's continue.
While the only evidence of evolution from Neanderthal is speculative in nature, there has lacked a serious counter theory to it's supposition. The
research you presented is just as speculative as the commonly accepted theory of man's evolution. Both are backed by science and facts, which is the
main weakness of scientific research. I am personally for looking at things through Occam's Razor
. The simplest answer is usually the closest
to the truth.
However, just because there is no fossil record of the commonly accepted version of man's evolution does not mean it is incorrect. In fact, much of
what we know about Earth is circumstantial and speculative in nature. We grasp at straws for the majority of science, while many proponents (if you
listen, read and watch) peddle their ideas and theories as factual.
So, who are our ancestors? It is an easy conclusion to draw that we do not know, and we should not assume to know. However, we can speculate.
Speculation has it's place in science, for sure. I personally have found in my own research that what prevents us from using the larger portion of our
brain, (for instance) is a governer like system (found on vehicles, for instance) that prevents an overload. During special occasions, our brain can
be seen functioning at a higher percentage. In reality, to say we only use 10% of our brains is a myth, and laughable.
We use 100% of our brain every day. If you believe you only need 10%, feel free to remove 90% and see how you feel?
At any given time, we use roughly 10% actively, but that does not account for the relaying of certain signals, it doesn't account for the redundancy
in our brain, the backups. There is a reason that someone might lose the ability to walk, and then regain it later, even when brain tissue is
destroyed. Our brain can learn, reshape and reorganize.
Alu Repeats are only found in Primates, that is correct. However, that is misleading to most readers who don't understand the discussion. When you say
you mean that it is a mutation of the small cytoplasmic 7SL RNA. which is found in all Euarchontoglires (a clade of mammals, the
living members of which are rodents, lagomorphs, treeshrews, colugos and primates [including humans]).
What you should clarify, is that this is an evolution of a component of the signal recognition particle. Of course this begs the question as to why
the mutation has become a defining factor in what it means to be human, for better or worse?
For one, it has been linked to many current diseases and defects (such as cancer). In reality, and in this context, a mutation causing mutation seems
plausbile, does it not?
On another note, a more speculative note, is it indicitive of a mechanism placed there naturally or artificially? Is that mechanism malfunctioning due
to interbreeding, something that was not anticipated or a concern for the mad scientist (be it nature or alien)?
It definately lends creedance to both. Mother nature makes mistakes, I assure you, all the time. An alien race like say, the Annunaki, wouldn't have
much concern for the distant future of a race of slaves they would not be around to tend to, do you think? Of course, I'm merely playing the advocate,
I don't personally adhere to any one belief system, which is why I remain unbiased on most matters.
I suppose we can discuss different blood types, and how certain blood types interact. Some can interact with any, while others only wth themselves,
but we would just be speculating, wouldn't we?
edit on 2011/9/8 by sbctinfantry because: Starred every post, and Flagged the OP.