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Re: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps

From: John Velez <jvif@spacelab.net>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:18:58 -0500
Fwd Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 15:29:45 +0000
Subject: Re: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps


 >From: Serge Salvaille <sergesa@sympatico.ca>
 >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@sympatico.ca>
 >Subject: Re: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps  'Aliens'
 >Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 14:23:25 -0800

 >>From: Bill Chalker <bill_c@bigpond.com>
 >>To: <updates@sympatico.ca
 >>Subject: Re: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps 'Aliens'
 >>Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 10:37:14 +1100

 >>>From: Serge Salvaille <sergesa@sympatico.ca
 >>>Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 12:09:40 -0800
 >>>To: <updates@sympatico.ca
 >>>Subject: Re: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps

 >>>>From: Bill Chalker <bill_c@bigpond.com
 >>>>To: <updates@sympatico.ca
 >>>>Subject: Evidence For The Origin Of Man & Perhaps 'Aliens'
 >>>>Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 11:03:41 +1100

 ><snip>

 >>I suggest that rather than base all your comments on the CNI/UFO
 >>Folklore story go to the IUR article which has a full transcript
 >>of my interview with Peter Khoury, plus the full initial test
 >>results and our experimental test protocol. Serge, your
 >>characteristisation of the story is a massive oversimplication
 >>of a complex case, and you should base your comments on a fuller
 >>grasp of the facts, rather than just a summary.

 >>The testing did take into consideration the possibility of
 >>contamination. There were elaborate steps to address this.
 >>Read the IUR report. The DNA that came out was from the inside
 >>of the hair, we can be certain of that. Extensive controls and
 >>sample preparation protocols were undertaken to eliminate
 >>contaminations.

 ><snip>

 >I don't want this to become a debate of any sort, but may I point
 >out that _you_ provided the link I followed to _your_ summary of
 >the case that I presume _you_ must have found more pertinent then
 >the original work for which _you_ gave _no_ link?

 >Am I entitled to questions about a story like this one? I did
 >not characterise the story. You made the comments.

 >Do you have a link to the full IUR article?


Hiya Serge, Bill, All

I've been letting this one 'bake in the oven' until it rises a
little more before asking any questions. I do have 'one' that
I'd like to ask Bill now though. Besides the IUR article and the
website, do you plan to publish in any of the medical peer
review journals?

I'm not knocking IUR, just that something as potentially
important as anomalous DNA -should be- published in the peer
review journals and subsequently tested/checked/verified by
independent researchers and experts. There's something
'incestuous' about not taking such an important peice of
evidence 'outside' of the UFO community.

What are your plans for future (mainstream) publication and
independent confirmation of your findings Bill?

This 'hair issue' is critically important to a great many folks.
I hope it doesn't turn out to be some more, 'Hair of the dog!'
<LOL>

Regards,

John Velez, Interested abductee


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