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Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Jeremy - 05-28-2014

Its a new episode on science channel right now and it's pretty phenominal stuff. It has talk of cognitive gifts, ocular advancements such as 12 cones instead of 3. 9,000,000 children have alien DNA. They're about to to an autopsy of a hybrid child that drowned so I'll update it.

Two clusters of brain matter found in the temporal lobes. Non human organ that contains crystal of magnetite and quartz.

Possibly able to detect radio frequencies. Whoa this is crazy.

I'm starting to wonder if this is all potential scenarios or what. It's seems too crazy that I haven't heard of this stuff

Edit: yea now it's all doomsday crap about the govt turning them into soldiers. Geez the science channel has really gone downhill.


RE: Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Horuseus - 05-29-2014

Sounds quite interesting. Will check it out, thanks.


RE: Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Bring4th_Austin - 05-29-2014

Sounds really interesting, I'd love to check it out. Looking for a link online but no success. If anyone knows where to watch this, please share!


RE: Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Jeremy - 05-29-2014

Yea I was hooked to it until I realized it was all hypothetical. It was quite the let down but it was definitely entertaining.

That was the first airing of this episode so it may take a little while for it to be available online.


RE: Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Karl - 05-30-2014

Fear porn wooooo


RE: Alien encounters 3 - hybrid children - Bring4th_Austin - 05-30-2014

(05-29-2014, 08:49 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Yea I was hooked to it until I realized it was all hypothetical. It was quite the let down but it was definitely entertaining.

That was the first airing of this episode so it may take a little while for it to be available online.

I didn't notice your edit (or it may not have been there). Disconcerting that this stuff would be on the "Science" channel. I think this is the importance of public television - consistently quality educational programming. All other education channels have devolved completely into profit chasing and marketing. Discovery Channel, History Channel, TLC...even Animal Planet is almost exclusively about sensationalized human drama now. A concerning contrast to when I was growing up, when all of those channels were populated with highly educational programs that I loved to watch.