High Strangeness: An Apparently Severe Form of Dwarfism

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

An Apparently Severe Form of Dwarfism

Wow. Ever since I blogged about the Atacama Humanoid the other day, my pageviews have gone through the roof! I'm at about 750 today, which is about 600 more than my previous record. I don't know what else to say but, "Thank you, Atacama Humanoid!"

I'm surprised, but it turns out I shouldn't be. News of the little beasty broke a couple weeks ago, while I wasn't paying attention, and it became the most-read item on Huffingtonpost.com for three days, where it generated 4,300 comments -- all of them completely sane -- and then it promptly went on to get 32,000 Facebook "likes." Think about that. A dessicated corpse has more Facebook likes than you do.

So in light of that my 750 pageviews aren't all that impressive, but it still made my day. Until I remembered that I don't charge you all to read this.

Anyway, I promised I would report on any updates, and I always keep my promises. Dr. Steven Greer, the guy who made the film "Sirius" and who went to all this trouble to find out if the Atacama Humanoid -- or "Ata," as it is now lovingly referred to -- is an alien life form has announced the findings of the DNA analysis he had done by a geneticist at a major university that shall remain unnamed. I can now report that the test results are... interesting.

Result #1: Ata was human in every way.

Result #2: Ata was a boy, aged between 6 and 8, when he died.

Okay. Let's take stock here. While it's reassuring to know that the little beasty was not an alien life form sent to earth to destroy us, it's extremely troubling that Dr. Garry Nolan, the geneticist, is claiming that a 6 to 8 year-old human child could be only 6 inches tall. It's "an apparently severe form of dwarfism," says the Doctor in his report.


It's not that he doesn't have evidence to back it up: he's going by "bone density and epiphyseal plate studies" that he says clearly show a "post-birth" age of 6 to 8 years. He even has an itty-bitty, so-cute-you-could-cry 6-inch CT scan to prove it! Just look:
Okay, it's not cute.
Still. I've known a lot of 8 year-olds -- hell, I was one once -- and none of them have ever been less than a foot tall. I think Dr. Nolan has a bit more explaining to do. And I want a second opinion.

But then there's this: the "Sirius" filmmaker now says on one of his websites that "Genetic analysis has revealed it to be definite organic material with a plethora of striking abnormalities so-far unseen in any other life on earth." What the hell does that mean? Is Ata human or not?

And when is someone just going to do the decent thing and give it a proper burial? I mean, my gosh.
Genetic analysis has revealed it to be definite organic material with a plethora of striking abnormalities so-far unseen in any other life on Earth. - See more at: http://siriusdisclosure.com/evidence/atacama-humanoid/#sthash.30lTf0bt.dpuf


jamesrav said...

logic says it's a fetus that has somehow obtained characteristics of someone older. What single scientific statement has been presented that irrefutably says the person was 6 to 8? Yes, the person who studied the radiographs is an expert, but again, who is to say over the centuries (?) the object didn't change in such a way as to take on characteristics of a 6 yr old? That seems much more likely than a bonafide living 6" tall 6-8 yr old child. The fetus xrays I've seen bear a striking resemblance. I think the Guiness book of records says the shortest adult human (with normal legs) is around 28 inches. She was born like a normal sized baby. Six inches doesn't seem physiologically possible, but I guess some monkeys are that small.

Mark D. Williams said...

Other examples: Alyoshenka from Russia: http://youtu.be/1uwdBdIFrqU. http://youtu.be/Zp8V7EHtXzk\

Pedro: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Pedro_Mountains_Mummy

Concepcion, Chile: http://www.indotalisman.com/humanoid.html

Parque Forestal, Chile: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case380.htm