Fucking seriously? I expect shit like this from the History Channel...but Discovery?
I hate TV.
I hate TV.
BUCKYLE;2341196; said:Fucking seriously? I expect shit like this from the History Channel...but Discovery?
I hate TV.
buxfan4life;2341490; said:Is this the one from a few years ago where they have "actual footage" of mermen/maids that are clearly CGI?
BUCKYLE;2341504; said:Yes but they've added "new footage".
Two minutes after it aired there was already some moron on my fb feed...."Mermaids...we're not alone".
OSU_Buckguy;2341649; said:guys, if you want to read up on a wonderfully weird but absolutely real creature, take some time to research the atacama humanoid. steven greer is releasing a documentary about it. though greer is a nutjob, dr. garry nolan -- a very well-known stanford scientist who maintains unflappable credibility -- has validated that this is not a hoax... but he's also not sure exactly what it is (or was). other legitimate scientists have shared his confusion. its mutations are so extreme that it's spellbinding when looking at the bone structure that supported upright walking, despite being only six inches tall.
listen, i'm not claiming that it's an alien. however, to claim that it's just a human and that's all we need to know is a horribly simplistic approach. no offense. the amount of mutations in this six-inch dwarf that was upright and walking on two legs is the anomaly of anomalies.3074326;2341652; said:Well, no need to read too much up on it. It's already been confirmed as human.
"I can say with absolute certainty that it is not a monkey. It is human -- closer to human than chimpanzees. It lived to the age of six to eight. Obviously, it was breathing, it was eating, it was metabolizing. It calls into question how big the thing might have been when it was born,"said Garry Nolan, director of stem cell biology at Stanford University's School of Medicine in California.
OSU_Buckguy;2341654; said:my thought about the atacama humanoid is that it may very well be a complex hoax. i don't know. however, if it is, some highly esteemed scientists are unnecessarily risking their careers and all the reputation they've built. heck, the stanford laboratory for his field is named after him.