Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Jinnvisible, Apr 19, 2021.
What happened when a scientist proves something the scientific community is not ready to accept ? When genetic specialist Dr Melba Ketchum sequenced three full sasquatch genomes and proved the creature is a hybrid human, the peer review scientists had a conniption fit.
For anyone interested in how peer review publishing of a scientific study paper works.
Dr Ketchum Genetic Forensics Specialist by Jinnvisible posted Jul 3, 2021 at 1:06 AM
The evening prior to the day the study was due to be published Dr Melba's legal council contacted her by telephone and pleaded with her not to publish due to the her lawyers family being mortally threatened.
Dr Ketchum went to the greatest extent possible to provide the public this information at great personal sacrifice including acquiring ownership rights of the publication who attempted to stop it going public.
She proved it scientifically.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 1912 novel 'The Lost World'
"At the end of the victorious campaign the surviving ape-folk were driven across the plateau (their wailings were horrible) and established in the neighbourhood of the Indian caves, where they would from now onwards, be a servile race under the eyes of their masters. It was a rude raw, primeval version of the Jews in Babylon or the Israelites in Egypt, At night we could hear from amid the trees the long-drawn cry, as some primitive Ezekiel mourned for fallen greatness and recalled the departed greatness of Ape town."
A literary analogue whose ape human hybrids have 'mindspeak' and 'stealth' abilities. All within proximal mention of 'Indian caves' and 'Babylon'.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by Jinnvisible posted Aug 12, 2021 at 4:40 PM
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