reply to post by BO XIAN
You link to a BLOG from some crackpot that CLAIMS to have sequenced DNA from a (1) skull, and oh, coincidentally, he's written a book called "On the
Trail of Nephilim".
No peer review. No replicable results that can be confirmed.
Now IF this fellow actually ran sequencing at all, and isn't just saying he did to sell his book to all the wide eyed gullible marks that will eat
the stuff up like candy, DNA from another source other than Modern Human, Neanderthal, and/or Denisova only supports data of another unknown Hominid.
Mystery humans spiced up ancestors' sex lives
Data which is also supported in findings which were initially kicked off when Geneticist David Reich and his colleagues first tagged Neanderthal DNA
in modern Humans, then also Denisovan, and later an interesting 'unknown' which has been confirmed and replicated in the community.
Interbreeding with Neanderthals, with David Reich
The 'information' in your link is not scholarly.
The 'information' in your link is not peer reviewed.
The 'information' in your link is entirely unsupported, and even embarrassing.
The 'information' in your link has absolutely zero credibility.
It's quite sad that some folk are so desperate to suspend reality in favor of something they WANT to believe in.
I'd personally absolutely love for Aliens or even evidence of Aliens to pop up somewhere, but, because it's SO fantastic, interrogation of any
subject in any and all venues, concentrations, and disciplines that could lead in that direction needs be conducted with the absolute highest level of
prejudice in Scientific Objectivity.
Sometimes accredited "experts" are the LAST people you should trust
Because their pay checks and lifestyle might be at risk
Actually, trained, experienced, accredited professionals are the First, Last, and ONLY people that should be trusted in their fields.
If you want an auto mechanic to be your heart surgeon, be my guest. If you want some kid that's only had PC Gamer experience on a flight simulator
to be in the cockpit next time you fly, have fun with that. If you want a sewage worker to prepare and serve your food at the next restaurant you
dine at, well, that's your preference.
I, however, am all for trained professionals working IN THEIR FIELDS.
If I want a lawyer, I want the best my money can buy.
If I want to remodel my house, I'm going to choose the best contractors with references and a verifiable portfolio.
As far as Science goes, I'm taking stock in what's verified, replicated, and supported in the professional experienced community by more than just
some crackpot with a blog trying to sell some spooky woo woo book.
Armchair Politicians, Keyboard Generals, as well as all the other sorts that have no training or experience in a field, well, they're welcome to
their opinions, but, unless their opinions are based on citations coming from legitimate sources within whatever venue of discussion is taking place,
then, such opinions are next to worthless.