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berun
08-09-16, 17:32
Sorry for the TheSun-like tittle but it was too tempting...

Maybe it's the first archaeogenetic fake (https://hiddenincatours.com/dna-results-elongated-skulls-paracas-part-2-4-la-oroya/)? someone knows another even? In whichever case what a sofistication in presenting it (books, travels, videos, photos, photoshop). Quite funny... you can know more about the discovery in a DVD video for only 19.99$ !!
:laughing:

Just to registry it, the Paracas' mitochodrial results from the elongated skulls were: U2e1, T2b, H1, H2a (the first (https://hiddenincatours.com/dna-results-elongated-skulls-paracas-part-1-4-baby/)was got in Lakehead University of Ontario.........).

Tons of funny links inside...

Twilight
09-09-16, 03:30
Sorry for the TheSun-like tittle but it was too tempting...

Maybe it's the first archaeogenetic fake (https://hiddenincatours.com/dna-results-elongated-skulls-paracas-part-2-4-la-oroya/)? someone knows another even? In whichever case what a sofistication in presenting it (books, travels, videos, photos, photoshop). Quite funny... you can know more about the discovery in a DVD video for only 19.99$ !!
:laughing:

Just to registry it, the Paracas' mitochodrial results from the elongated skulls were: U2e1, T2b, H1, H2a (the first (https://hiddenincatours.com/dna-results-elongated-skulls-paracas-part-1-4-baby/)was got in Lakehead University of Ontario.........).

Tons of funny links inside...


This isn't the first time Europeans were said to be in Pre-Columbian America. Check these out, there's even a documentary explaining the Solutrean Hypothasis. Also, Ydna R has been rumored to be native to North America, especially in Eastern Canada. :)
https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Haplogroup_R_(Y-DNA).PNG
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solutrean_hypothesis
https://youtube.com/watch?v=kNTXCMYjwEk
https://youtube.com/watch?v=zIcUh_HADo8
https://youtube.com/watch?v=rLV9A8P00bw
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2107418/Could-tools-belonging-Stone-Age-hunters-U-S-east-coast-finally-answer-really-discovered-America.html

Fire Haired14
09-09-16, 05:44
Sounds fake to me. The guy doesn't give a source as to who sequenced the DNA from those ancient Peruvians.

Hauteville
09-09-16, 10:31
Looks fake imo...

berun
09-09-16, 15:29
@Twilight, I try to be open minded (also it's mandatory in science, and we know about Vikings in America), but after knowing about "Phoenician" or "Etruscan" inscriptions here and there (but above all in USA), and so many cases of "European" fraud, and knowing that there are a lot of people getting incomes doing hocuspocus with History, it's necessary to check in deep each case.

Of course it's a fake, even if somewhere the "author" says that DNA is tested by a doc (I don't remeber the name but that doesn't matter if he is a fake inside the fake).

MOESAN
09-09-16, 17:38
I know it is the "religion" of GENETIKER (you could read something about it in his blog); I don't know if it's a fake in this very case. Wait and see.

Twilight
10-09-16, 02:29
@Twilight, I try to be open minded (also it's mandatory in science, and we know about Vikings in America), but after knowing about "Phoenician" or "Etruscan" inscriptions here and there (but above all in USA), and so many cases of "European" fraud, and knowing that there are a lot of people getting incomes doing hocuspocus with History, it's necessary to check in deep each case.

Of course it's a fake, even if somewhere the "author" says that DNA is tested by a doc (I don't remeber the name but that doesn't matter if he is a fake inside the fake).

Just fueling your fun :D, I totally agree ;) On a serious note, sounds like either DNA was contaminated or the radiocarbon dates were unprofessionally wrong.