Friday, March 23, 2018

Hard science can be undertaken on 'anomalies.'

Dear readers,

I note that tomorrow, Sydney researcher Bill Chalker and abductee Peter Khoury are speaking in my home town of Melbourne at a VUFOA sponsored event. I am looking forward to going along as a silent observer. I am hoping that the duo may be providing some updated information about the physical evidence aspects of Peter's experiences. For readers who may be unaware of these details, which involve DNA analyses here is a link.

The 'Ata' anomaly

Coincidently, DNA analyses of an apparently anomalous skeleton, which some have suggested is extraterrestrial, features in a US CNN report dated 22 March 2018. 

A mummified skeleton was found 15 years ago in the Atacama Desert in Chile. The recent Dr Steven Greer documentary 'Sirius' which featured this skeleton, strongly proposed that the skeleton was of an extraterrestrial 'alien.' 

However, an article just published in the scientific journal 'Genome Research' reveals that this unusual skeleton is actually human, with multiple bone disease-associated mutations, thus giving it a very unusual appearance. Here is hard science at its best.

The 'Starchild' skull

A second recently published hard science analysis, including DNA work, reports on an unusual 900 year old skull found in the 1930's in Mexico. US researcher Lloyd Pye initiated work on this skull between 1999 and 2014 looking for evidence as to the possibility of its 'human-hybrid' nature.

In 2016 US researcher Chase Kloetzke and associates, were asked to determine just what the skull was. Various experts in a number of fields were brought in to examine aspects of the skull, and included detailed DNA analyses.

The DNA work concluded that the mother of the male skull was a 'Native American' and the father of the skull "...was a human...' 

Kloetzke and associates concluded that '...the Starchild skull is not alien, nor a hybrid of a human and alien. He was 100% a human male child with profound deformaties.'

Two analyses

Both these analyses are excellent examples of applying the use of science to the field of 'anomalies.' They also show that in the field of DNA analyses much progress has been made in recent years. What was impossible for Lloyd Pye to undertake years ago, is now possible.

'Hair of the alien'

This brings me back to the physical evidence in Peter Khoury's case - namely a hair. The DNA work undertaken on this hair is now years old, using the methods available at the time. What new analyses might now be possible?

A challenge

I would like to issue a challenge to both Bill Chalker and Peter Khoury.  I believe that a portion of the original hair is still in existence. My challenge to Bill and Peter is to submit the remaining evidence to currently available DNA analyses to see what else may be learned from today's improved technology.

Of course, DNA testing of this kind isn't cheap. Perhaps one course of action would be to submit the hair residue to Chase Kloetzke (whom Bill and Peter met in Melbourne courtesy of VUFOA). Another course of action might be to seek funding from  someone like Robert Bigelow in the US who made statements last year about his certainty that aliens are here on earth. Failing that, a crowd sourced funding appeal should certainly raise sufficient funds to get the ball rolling. Over to Bill and Peter. 


  1. Pauline I would have to disagree. It was my understanding that Bill had quite limited sample size available and due to this limitation was waiting until significant technological advances had occurred before testing the remainder. I would give it another 20-30 years minimum for such a precious sample. The DNA sample result had already concluded the unusual racial characteristics displayed in the hair.

    1. Hi, thank you for your thoughts on this. However, time is of the essence. Peter and Bill may not be around in 20-30 years time.


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