Skip to comments....DNA tests on six-inch skeleton of 'alien-looking' creature...prove it was...human...
Posted on 04/25/2013 5:13:21 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Dr Steven Greer, who led the project and documentary, has hit back at critics who claim the body is a hoax.
'The CAT scan clearly shows internal chest organs -lungs and what appears to be the remains of a heart structure,' he said.
'There is absolutely no doubt that the specimen is an actual organism and that it is not a hoax of any kind.
'This fact has been confirmed by Dr. Nolan and Dr. Lachman at Stanford.'
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Probably a mummified miscarriage.
every day i see more that mankinds claim to be human is going down the rabbit hole
Probably a wacko witch doctor's prop!
“Scientists concluded that the skeleton was an ‘interesting mutation’ of a male human that had survived post-birth for between six and eight years”
TeenyWeenyWiener of New York already has a “size” problem....
and now this!?
Boggles the mind to think of what this little guy’s life was like.
"She didn't know I was a midget, she thought it was all innocent play..."
Interesting indeed! A mutation who survived six to eight years? If this was a human being and only six inches tall, then the adjectives should be more along ‘astonishingly unique’, ‘unbelievable mutation’, ‘one in a hundred billion mutation’, etc.
This list of “shortest people” includes people down to 20” (and a 9” baby that didn’t live a year).
What’s so hard about reading the article to learn the details and avoid your speculation?
“They concluded that it was an ‘interesting mutation’ of a male human that had survived post-birth for between six and eight years.”
this guy had better have a LOT of tuna tins opened up already for his kitty kats........
I can’t get a close look at this. What is bonding the skeleton together? Cartilage and muscle which hold bones together, don’t last very long. They disintegrate.
This little nocturnal big-eyed monkeylike creature could easily be mistaken for an alien if you cut its tail off.
Could it be sculpted from human bones?
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