Re: Biological Evidence Of An Alien Entity?
From: Kim Burrafato
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 21:05:52 -0700
Fwd Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 08:08:49 -0400
Subject: Re: Biological Evidence Of An Alien Entity?
>From: Bill Chalker <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Biological Evidence Of An Alien Entity?
>Date: Sun, 30 May 99 22:40:31 PDT
>>Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 22:22:32 -0400
>>From: Paul Badger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Re: Biological Evidence Of An Alien Entity?
>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com>
>>I haven't read the article, but from the brief reference made to
>>it on the CUFOS website, I get the impression that the point of
>>the story is that the hair alleged to have been left behind by
>>the entity has human DNA, albeit very rare, and not a DNA that
>>is unrecognisable and thus "alien". Am I right?
>I expected my IUR article to create some controversy, but
>probably not before people have had a chance to read it (eg.
>Paul Badger). Yes Paul there is a lot more to this than the few
>lines you have made some premature conclusions from.
>I urge you to read the IUR piece first. It is a complex and
>detailed piece (15 pages) and then perhaps comment further.
>Yes the DNA profile found is "human" but it is "from one of the
>rarest human lineages known ... that lies further from the
>(human) mainstream than any other except for African Pygmies and
>aboriginals". The DNA sequencing fits only "a Chinese
>mongoloid" however the hair is blonde, rather than black, as you
>would expect from a Chinese donor. Also the source of the hair
>was an alleged tall blonde haired female, who apart from very
>unusual "blue" eyes" a few times larger than standard human, and
>a long narrow face with pinty chin, unusual strength &
>behaviour, one might type as Scandanavian or dare I say "Nordic"
>with long exotic blonde hair and fair skin, certainly no Asian
>like feature. There were 2 "women" present. The other looked
>somewhat Asian in appearance, but had black hair, so she was not
>an obvious source of the blonde hair which we subjected to PCR
>As for "human" DNA, we need to consider the widespread reports
>of "human" like beings in abduction literature - Villas Boas,
>Travis Walton, there are many more.
>Then we need to consider are these exotic "human" similar to us
>in more ways than just appearance. Is their biological
>structure also based on a DNA structure. There are endless
>questions & speculations here.
>Also consider "human" type panspermia theories. Check out
>Appendix 2 "The Argument for Duplicate Beings" in Paul Davies
>book "Are We Alone?" (1995) and also the closing paragraphs of
>Davies book "The Fifth Miracle" (1998).
>Finally, I once again urge you to read the IUR article. It is
>much too detailed and complex to attempt a summary here and
>beside you will be supporting a very worth while publication -
>IUR. You need to have all the data to make an informed