posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 11:17 AM
Sorry but after, spending time learning the software at the Blast website used, for cross linking DNA evidence. I have to call hoax on this FIND for a
few reasons, however, if someone can debunk my findings feel free to do so. The first thing that made me question if this was a hoax or not; was that
the "Query ID Numbers" at the OP's link are different. The website used in the picture defines query as: (query -The input sequence (or other type of
search term) to which all of the entries in a database are to be compared.) If you put in the Query ID Numbers from those posted; you get options to
exclude organisms in your results...IE you can exclude Human or anything else and adjust other parameters. Use the link:
Inputting the Query ID Number listed from the Source link lclj45729 You can see these options to change or leave out whatever organism you want for
I even tried using Both L's and upper case i's since they look the same. But, you don't even need to enter numbers to see that you can change the
fields and results to tailor what you are looking for. Since the Source site for this post; does not contain full screens of the data for the search
Query, so it can be duplicated or shown what they input in those fields to get their results, then I have to call hoax. Since others have stated that
the source for this story has been known to hoax; then that leaves even more doubt about the validity of any DNA testing.
My apologies for those that have been waiting on some actual results from this skull, I didn't mean to ruin things...but there are some in search of
truth and truth is the profit, whereas some that fabricate the truth so they can profit. People that create elaborate hoaxes are preying on people and
it isn't right, P.T. Barnum may have said a sucker is born every minute; but he failed to mention people also get wiser by the minute as well.
edit on 1-3-2012 by Darkchemistry because: sp