UFO Conjectures

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Not a vacuum cleaner but a habitable sphere


Nick Redfern deals with the Scoriton UFO "event" -- which I've also found interesting


My take in 2007:

An odd and fascinating UFO story, for several reasons.


A Non-Alien Autopsy

Frederick Ruysch, and his son, on the right, holding a fetal skeleton. Ruysch was more concerned with anatomy (and preservation of specimens) than pathology, but during his age (late 17th-early 18th century), both anatomists and pathologists were critical in our advances in knowledge of how the human body functions.


One can see how the noted fetal skeleton might be seen as an alien skeleton: large head, small body, and small appendages. One has to be careful with interpretation(s):