12 thoughts on “TIDBIT: A STRANGE DNA CASE”

  1. good point gosh. that website looks like a cheap equivalent of people magazine or worse. how hard is it for langley to inject into that?

    i’m guessing farther on the intent and purpose too. curious to me throughout the discussion that no doubt about the tech is ever expressed. with internet knowledge increasing for us all so fast (insert eye roll) has anyone else run across the complete lunacy of fingerprint tech? or lie detector tech? search “adam ruins everything” on youtube on most topics. they’ve done a fair job on clarifying the lies we were all raised on.

    the greatest irony to date is that there are still people being convicted and sentenced on such refutable evidence today. almost as bad as states with backlogs of tens if not hundreds of thousands of convicted prisoners pending release after the state’s forensic expert gets exposed for decades of falsified reports.

    this smells of just more of the same gaslighting and prepping citizenry for it. how insane is it that the state would never question the veracity of their contractor in a case like this? what basis exactly could someone accuse a woman or her medical teams for that matter of such fraud? well come to think of it, probably on the same basis that all those fraudulent home foreclosures were robosigned and sent to people who never even had mortgage with the banks involved.

    it’s more than just because they can. it’s because even if they can’t what are you and anyone who matters going to do about it. it’s because even if they can’t, pretty soon they will be able to.

  2. This story worthy of being a story arc in either Fullmetal Alchemist or Attack On Titan manga anime series. Or X-Files Fringe Twilight Zone Outer Limits truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

  3. First of all, the cited article reads a little too good, like it originated and was polished-up in some sub-basement at Langley. Just a subjective feeling…

    Beyond that, if there is any truth to the article, it sounds a little like a coverup of sorts. Chimerism, you say. If I move to the ends of the twig, this sounds awfully like a coverup of purposeful genetic manipulation. It could be black-world testing on innocent citizens. It could be a ‘family’ thing, getting some important DNA to jump generations, from grandmother to child. It could even be related to that spate of “fringe” stories around mothers who were abducted, had a child, and were later ‘told’ that the child was not hers or had been genetically manipulated in some way.

    I am inclined to my first paragraph, but keep the second paragraph in reserve…

    1. Oopsie…I fat fingered report comment rather than reply. Can this be undone?

      Just wanted to add the medical coding to your comment…I’ll let you search it.

      “ICD-10 Code for Chimera 46, XX/46, XY Q99.0”

    2. Robert Barricklow

      Goshawks, thinking along the same lines…
      I too, was trying to fathom out some kernels of truth;
      from what appears to be some elaborate attempt to sweep/cover up any real clues; while at the same time, they’re embedding their own propaganda commercialized narrative.
      The generation jump is especially intriguing; when thinking along the lines of the topological metaphor, in terms of thwarting some form of spiritual extinction. Wild?
      Yes,
      but we’re in the wilderness,
      whether we want to be, or not.

      Yet, if the above has some kernel of truth,
      we’re not alone…
      by far.

      That leads to another question.
      whether or not this quantum connection is alive
      or, like the cat in the box; both dead/alive
      and that means both Ai[dead]/human[live]
      or simply mirrored
      evil/live.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        [just thought I would add…
        The medium here is living
        as in living universe
        therefore, access is denied to AI.

      2. RB, on the generation jump , it helps to think along Anunnaki lines. (Literal DNA lines.) If the original Anunnaki DNA code has been ‘diluted’ through many hundreds of generations of interbreeding with (original) humans, it may be hard to trace. It may be precious. (“My Precious…”) So, once a fragment has been found within a subject, the subject’s “line” may be watched and protected.

        Now, suppose a known, ‘precious’ DNA fragment has not been passed down to the next generation. This could be luck of the draw, or chemical/environmental interference. To keep the ‘precious’ DNA line going, intervention may be needed. In this case, the grandmother had the fragment, the mother did not, and the child now has it again. And then, a Chimera cover story…

  4. Assuming that the story as narrated here is accurate, we can only comment on the legal aspects, since there is no mention of the specifics of the analysis or analyses. The court initially gave more weight to the analysis report than to the obstetrician’s testimony of actually being present at the birth, but this was later corrected.
    This might give a new twist to litigation over inheritances…

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Good point Dana.
      Giving more weight to inhuman technology;
      rather than an intimate, expert human connection.
      This follows the implied, implicit bottom line:

      human beings are the problem,
      technology is the solution.

  5. That poor lady needs to find her a very hungry rabid litigator to extract her pound of flesh personally from every bureaucrat involved in the trauma inflicted on her and her unborn child.

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