Friday, March 23, 2012

Dr. Tyler Kokjohn: Human Alien Hybrids - Do the Math

Dr. Tyler Kokjohn is a professor of microbiology at the Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. His latest video, Human Alien Hybrids - Do the Math, is offered below.

"Although some claim human-alien genetic hybrids are among us now and pose a threat to humankind," Dr. Kokjohn wrote describing the video, "the details of construction of these entities are vague. Examining two simple cases of gene transmission dynamics suggest hybrids face some inherent challenges."

Check out the sidebar located on the right of this blog for more of Dr. Kokjohn's practical videos. Find even more of his work on his YouTube channel. 

Thank you, Doctor. I appreciate your work.


8 comments:

  1. A while ago on youtube, I came across a portion of an interview with a male abductee, who fellow abductee Whitley Streiber featured on his tv special several years ago. This man claimed to have been forced to meet with his *dozens* of hybrid children on board a ship or some place. He became hysterical with shock and could not recount the incident without tearing up (naturally understandable). Of course it could have been 'aliens' messing around with his perceptions - the buggers do that on occasion. Much like the fairies, elves and tricksters of old did when they'd abduct people. I tend to think they're all the same anyway.


    I wonder what Dr. Kokjohn thinks of the Peter Khoury case, out of Australia. Investigator Bill Chalker and his colleagues did lots of work on the hair samples, which though not showing any 'alien' dna, showed very peculiar diverse ethnic readings in the same hair shaft of the female 'alien'. There's plenty of articles on the web (and of course Chalker's book) which explain it better than I can.
    http://www.ufocasebook.com/khouryabduction.html


    ~ Susan

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    1. Sufficiently advanced technology can overcome any of our imagined barriers. We have to take our own relative primitiveness into account when discussing what a possible alien civilization might be up to.

      The fact remains that this may all be part of a synthesis of prophecy and psychosocial forces being manipulated by external intelligences. Or internal, for that matter...

      http://thevicarslamp.blogspot.com/2012/03/great-dying.html

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    2. Susan -

      I find the Khoury case to be extremely interesting. Bill Chalker was one of the first investigators in this area to recognize the potential power of DNA analyses. Although the results were not definitive, he did the hard work and reported what he observed. One simply cannot ask more of a scientist and I applaud his efforts. Perhaps one day he or others will uncover the hard genetic evidence of alien contact. Science can be an endurance test in which one fails until you succeed. It will only take one to change our worldview.

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    3. Vicar Lee -

      You raise some important points. Is science up to this task? Frankly, I do not know.

      Personally, I do not doubt that many people have abduction experiences. However, I do feel that some of the explanations on offer today are erroneous. Asking questions and weighing evidence might lead us to greater insight. That is my hope.

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    4. Tyler,

      Thankyou for responding to my inquiry! I remember when I first read of the Peter Khoury case and the dna results on the hair shaft from the intruder 'woman'; I had a chilling thought that this person may have been somehow cobbled together (for lack of a better term) by a non-human or human (MILAB) agency.

      Of course none of the hair shaft results support the idea of a human~alien hybrid, but it's mysterious and investigator Bill Chalker was certainly ahead of the game at the time, to seek out and utilize scientific testing methods on the hair. I hope other investigators (and proactive experiencers) do the same.

      ~ Susan

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  2. > Sufficiently advanced technology

    Ah, the magic words!

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  3. Hi Susan & Tyler,

    I know this is somewhat belated but I missed this, but came across it while following science versus sensationalism discussion. Tyler is absolutely correct that we have to carefully apply protocols and there is a lot out there now where simple and cheap testing can be done to screen potential evidence. Things get more difficult when you are faced with what seems a really interesting sample.
    My team were faced with this a decade ago and our choices were a lot more limited than now.
    Due diligence has to be done in establishing the provenance and nature of samples.
    I should point out that a fuller reading of our testings on the Khoury hair sample did offer some data suggestive of possible hybrid donor. Check the Phase 1 and 2 testing results. Certainly not definitive, and its only one sample. But fascinating and suggestive enough that we are pursuing the hypothesis of an "alien DNA paradigm." As Tyler points out science is often an endurance test and persistence and testing a hypothesis with any properly validated evidence/samples is the best way of proceeding in this uncertain field. Regards, Bill Chalker
    Here is a link to a bit of a summary on the Khoury saga - a bit of journey on the "wild side."
    http://theozfiles.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/peter-khoury-and-hair-of-alien-20-years.html
    If the evidence is out there, we are looking and we hope to find it and apply current and appropriate protocols and methodologies to the task. It has been a fascinating journey.

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    1. Bill,

      What a treat to read your commentary! Thankyou!

      ~ Susan

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