Thursday, November 11, 2010

Updates On Starchild Project

Lloyd Pye shared some updates regarding the Star Child Project.

"I met with our geneticist again to discuss the details of his next step forward to recover more of the Starchild's nuclear DNA. So far he's used only a form of shotgun recovery which, he explained, could recover the genome, all 3 billion base pairs, in about 15 years. Much easier to secure the use of a 454 machine that sequences several million base pairs in one run of many hours duration. Using it, the Starchild's entire genome could be recovered within 3-4 months.

Unfortunately, 454 machines are expensive to use and maintain, so another machine, much less powerful, will be used to recover vastly more base pairs than we have now. Nowhere near the full genome we need, of course, but a number large enough for skeptics to respect, if not readily accept.

This will be an all-out effort by our geneticist. He realizes my hands are tied until I can present a more convincing case to mainstream scientists and their sycophants in the mainstream media. Both groups do have to accept certain realities, which we intend to produce in large numbers and in great detail. We expect to have it all squared away before Christmas."

Lloyd Pye

THe image is from his EBook.

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