Atacama alien Apparently Is An Actual Human Baby Girl?

Scientists are telling us that this is an actual HUMAN BABY GIRL? In my own opinion, there's no way that this is an actual human baby girl! The many ailments and supposed numerous genetic mutations plus the diseases that have been attributed to causing it's shape - wouldn't allow this level of development, would it? I'm unsure specifically what growth is halted, slowed down or even changed as a result of having scoliosis or dwarfism etc.

Here's a quote from 

While only six inches tall, the bones had some features of a child aged six to eight. Instead of the usual 12 pairs of ribs found on humans, Ata had only 10 pairs. The head was an elongated cone shape.

Genomic results found many mutations in seven genes that separately or in combinations contribute to various bone deformities, facial malformations or dwarfism. Dr Nolan believes research into the fast bone aging could benefit medical science.

He said: "Maybe there's a way to accelerate bone growth in people who need it, people who have bad breaks. Well to me I believe he's trying to blind us with that statement and by saying it's not an Alien but we could use the bones for medicines a usual trick confidant tricksters play on people to stop them looking in a certain area? Well, I was born at night, but not last night!


There's no way that's a human baby girl, it's an Alien!

I'm sorry but that is an Alien if ever I saw one? Just look at it? It's not of this Earth. You see the only argument the scientist can come up with is an UNSEEN ANSWER i.e DNA mutation - BUT whereas we can say look here, it is not HUMAN? We have to take him at his word? But we have the ACTUAL evidence, don't we? The mix of Native American and European DNA was typical of the region of Chile. The smallest baby ever born was recorded at 8.8 inches, so "Ata" as she is now called is history-making in that respect at nearly two inches shorter. Again he's going for the look over here trick.

This is what the scientist said about the whole thing? 
“The symptoms and size of this girl were extremely unusual. Nothing like this had been seen before. Certainly, nobody had looked into the genetics of it." Dr Atul Butte, director of the Institute for Computational Health Sciences at the University of California-San Francisco, added: “For me, what really came of this study was the idea that we shouldn't stop investigating when we find one gene that might explain a symptom.

“It could be multiple things going wrong, and it's worth getting a full explanation, especially as we head closer and closer to gene therapy. "We could presumably one day fix some of these disorders, and we're going to want to make sure that if there's one mutation, we know that - but if there's more than one, we know that too." Dr Nolan said the corpse may be no more than 40 years old and should receive a proper burial now.


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