posted on Jan, 15 2014 @ 11:55 AM
reply to post by Klassified
I did watch the videos. I might be inclined to believe the anatomy expert, but obviously our academia are not. That skeleton should be a paradigm
changing find. Yet there has been little fanfare about it. Either academia are ignoring it for obvious reasons. OR...it is human, and just has severe
deformations. The problem is, I don't know which. Nor do I know for sure we have skulls that have not been banded. That's why my question mark in the
This could be solved easily if the skulls we have were tested transparently and honestly. I don't see that happening any time soon, considering these
skulls have been around a long time, and no academia wants to touch them with a ten foot pole. lol.
First, I say we drop the referrence to " academia ". That way we can lay this
obvious lack of interest, that amounts to a willingness to deceive and uphold
a certain paradigm, right at the feet of where it belongs. Seance I mean, SCIENCE!
This is what I've been writing about since I came to ATS. How can any scientist,
academic or even skeptic, argue from a scientific point of view and expect to be
taken seriously? in the face of total bias and obvious corruption ? They are willing
not to explore, because they are afraid of something. And I believe we can trace
fear. So I say follow the fear. I doubt that I will be surprized where it leads.
Good post Klass, but why be nice? Science is
ignoring this because it's an obviouys hybrid
that the Smithsonian didn't get it's paws on.
Science to me has become a haven for every
Great thread as always SnF
Oh and have the sutchers been addressed yet ?
I noticed several members were missed when they asked.
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