The starchild project: Male part of DNA not human

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Lloyd Pye Update: We finally have a recovery of nuclear DNA from the Starchild!

In 2003 we had a DNA analysis that used human-only primers to recover the Starchild’s mitochondrial DNA, the DNA outside the nucleus, which comes from the mother and her genetic line. That meant its mother was human. But we could not recover its nuclear DNA, which comes from both mother and father, which meant its father was not a human. Unfortunately, with the recovery technology of 2003 we couldn’t prove what he was, which left us in scientific limbo. The “no result” from the search for the nuclear DNA clearly meant Dad wasn’t human, but we could not prove that fact beyond all possible doubt.

Now, in 2010, there have been many improvements in the recovery process, and those improvements have been applied to the Starchild skull with the stunning result you see below. This is a gel sheet that shows a clear recovery of its nuclear DNA, which could not be done in 2003.


  1. The skull’s bone is about half as thick as normal human bone.
  2. The bone weighs about half as much as normal human bone.
  3. The bone is substantially stronger than any known bone on planet Earth, with a mineral profile more like dental enamel than bone.
  4. The bone was radio carbon dated in 2003 to be 900 years old (+/- 40 years).
  5. The skull was reportedly found in an abandoned mine tunnel in the Copper Canyon region about 200 miles SW of Chihuahua, Mexico.
  6. The skull is morphologically unique, and does not match the physical profile of any known human deformity.
  7. The bone of the skull contains an as yet unidentified reddish residue that had never been seen before in bone (this is not desiccated bone marrow).
  8. The bone of the skull contains microscopic fibers that have never been seen before in the bone of any animal.
  9. Attempts to recover DNA from the skull easily produced its mitochondrial DNA, which proved its mother was fully human. However, no nuclear DNA could be recovered using human-only primers, which strongly indicates that the skull’s father was something other than a typical human.