Ancient Human Origins, N American Giants

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Raised by 180 people in 54 months
We have been doing genetic studies on the origin of various ancient and extant hominins including the cone heads of Peru, Sasquatch, and the red headed giants of North America that are famous in Native American legends.

We already have DNA extracted from several museum specimens but need to have whole genome next generation sequencing to unravel the mystery of the red headed giants. Are they a Native American Tribe, an unknown hominin or are they Sasquatch? Next generation sequencing is the way to find out, but it is expensive so we are looking for funding for this venture. Wouldn't you really like to know the origins of these giant hominins that once inhabited North America? We do! For more information go to www.sasquatchgenomeproject.org


All donors will receive updates on progress of the testing. Gold level donations receive a Sasquatch Genome Project tee shirt. See below:

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Thanks so much, folks. Let's keep this rolling! We're not too far from being half way there!
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This project is much bigger than I am. But if we can get the genomes done, then there will be some brave scientists out there that will step up eventually, as they have for our Sasquatch genomes. If the results are phenomenal enough, they might even go public with their findings. I am not going to withhold results on these tests like I felt I had to on the Sasquatch since I don't care if the hoity toity journals publish our work or not. I don't care about the peer reviews as they are unfair anyway. I can publish it in open format and on the project website. As soon as these genomes are sequenced, I will announce the percentage of standard human DNA in each sample. Then we will start analysis from there.
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Another reason to fund is to help unravel our complicated past as human beings. We all have hybridization in us unless you are of the Black race and even then, some of you have some hybrid DNA that is unknown to date, not Denisovan or Neanderthal. The Denisovan DNA has been found to have hybrid DNA in it also that is from an unknown source. The more unusual hominins we sequence, the better our chances of finding those unknown hominins in our ancestry as well as better understanding their role in our origins. I have had people, regular human beings that are not Black in origin contact me about their SNP genomes that they have had tested. It turns out that they also have some unknown DNA. All this goes to show how little we know about ourselves. Let's explore this!
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I was asked why should you fund this project and why a university wouldn't just do it for free. I answered on a thread but I thought I would post my answers here also:

There is no university that will fund anything outside the norm. I tried already. This one is only doing it because I sold them on the red headed giants as a potential Native American tribe and they want to be part of a paper. You should realize this by the reception our Sasquatch genomes got from mainstream academia.
Also, by paying for the genomes, they have no control over them and can't cover them up.
Government grants are not available. They're covering it up. They have bodies and two separate sources in the govt confirmed it so no help there.
With this study I'm hoping to see if there's a relationship between those samples and the Sasquatch genomes we have. There is discussion that the red headed giants might be Sasquatch and if so, there's our type specimen. No body needed.
As far as the hybrid samples, that would also tie it up in a neat package because they should have a proportionate amount of unknown DNA with more human sequence. Once again, there's proof of hybridization and ties the unknown sequence to the Sasquatch genomes.
Both some Sasquatch and coneheads have elongated skulls. Are they related? This should tell us.
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Doug Venner
50 months ago

Keep it going Melba!!

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I left something at the other site too, but I figure most people are coming here for all the types of testing. I am hoping to get a tshirt

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Keep it going Melba!!

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