posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 10:09 PM
Garry Nolan has been seriously misrepresented by the bought and paid for media with this. They just basically print the stuff where he says that it
seemed human, but what he actually says almost completely changes that. Of course, they're owned by the "elite", so what else would they do?
Here's an extract of what he ACTUALLY said, without clipping bits to make it look like he was disappointed at finding out it was "human."
I can say with absolute certainty that it is not a monkey. Right, it is...human. Or...as close to human, closer to human that chimpanzees would
be. BUT...when you count up the number of mutations that we're observing.....what we're seeing is more than what we would expect to be caused by
simple cell division.
When the sequencer is creating or making these reads, it's doing it more or less at random. So what does the computer program do that people have
written and designed? It takes every one of the little sequences and tries to match it against the known, ahh, and then...anything that doesn't
match, it puts... in a little side file and says "this is unknown."
He said that there's 2 million basepairs of DNA where nothing seems to sit, so that's meaning that side file I guess.
To finish he talked about publishing his findings online, and then :
I don't have the resources to study and follow down every single angle that this opens up. But, you know, maybe there's a listener out there
who'll be sufficiently intrigued by this, to do the analyses themselves and maybe they'll find something that I missed. Great. [meaning great if
that's the case.]
If additional...erm, samples are seen of this, I'll be the first in line to want to sequence it, because then.....all bets are off.
I want to say other things here, but I also don't want to open myself up for.....you know....attack.
Slightly different than what The Huff
, or The Daily Fail
, have written up. Oh, and this part with the body is part of the film, they
make out like it's pretty much the whole thing, because the other stuff about government secrets and what Greer calls petro-fascists are just added
into one paragraph at the end. So they ridicule the film because the body is "human" when they've left out a lot of what Nolan said, and then add a
little bit about government conspiracies, energy cartels, harassed scientists, huge patenting issues with alternative tech, electrogravitics going
'black' from 1954 onwards and some of the current things researchers and scientists are doing in this area.....right at the end in one paragraph.
And some of you people are going along with this?
For simple bits of info that can be researched further (Note that I said "researched further.") : the film as a whole seems to do the job. The
problem seems to be that people either won't research further into what's being talked about, or they want a UFO to fly through their monitor and
announce contact. Or they just don't like Greer. The way I look at it is to think of what someone wanting to research could be led to from the film
as a whole, and from that angle I think it does a decent job. I don't think it's perfect, but I don't think it's anywhere near as bad as people
are making out. You can learn A LOT about the problems we're currently facing and their history from researching further into the themes the film
presents, and that was what I was mainly concerned about.