Nigel Kerner interviewed by ClandestineTimelord 2342 & GLPVC The Raw Feed 2012
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/alien_zetareticuli04.htmWhy then is melanin a barrier to alien reach?
Professor of Biology at the University of London Steve Jones suggests that the color change from dark skin to fair skin, that is said to have taken place when the migration out of Africa brought human beings to Europe, does not necessarily make sense when seen in terms of biological advantage.
It is accepted generally that this change was due to the fact that a fair (or, in other words, transparent) skin would absorb more of the meager levels of ultra-violet light available in Northern climes. The absorption of ultra-violet light is necessary, we are told, to aid in the production of vitamin D, vital for the production of strong bones and teeth.
Steve Jones says that,
"although the idea of rickets as the driving force behind the evolution of skin color is attractive, melanin was probably not lost because of changes in vitamin balance."
He points out that "rickets is a disease of civilization", a disease which only became common as cities grew in the Middle Ages.
Even blacks only need two hours a week of sunlight to stay healthy.
"At first sight," says Professor Jones, "evolution has got it wrong. If humans followed the rules that apply to other animals, who have been a lot longer on the real estate, Europeans ought to be black and Africans white," simply because dark objects absorb more of the sun’s light and heat.
However, it is also true that blacks are able to sweat more than whites and, says Jones, this,
"more than compensates for the effects of skin color."
There are also the obvious advantages of a dark skin in the tropics which lie in its ability to protect the skin from the harmful effects of high levels of ultra-violet light.
So the advantages of a fair skin, no matter what the climate, are difficult to find in evolutionary terms. However, in terms of an aid to an easy and efficient alien interception of the human genome, the advantages are, I believe, enormous.
In almost all reports of alien contact some kind of light is described as a means they use to move, intercept, and induce, all kinds of procedures. It seems to be crucial as a means, even a mechanism, of reaching and interacting with our species.
Melanin, as a dark pigment, absorbs light. Individuals who have a darker skin surface also have “supra-nuclear melanin caps” surrounding the nucleus of their cells. DNA that is contained in the cell nucleus is therefore protected by these melanin granules from any alien engendered effect that is expressed through the way they use light.
Encounters with alien beings or craft have been demonstrated to take place with by far the greatest frequency at locations where there are particularly high electro-magnetic fields (power stations, military bases etc.) High electro-magnetic fields also seem to be put out by the alien craft themselves, often causing widespread power failures in the areas in which they appear.
Melanin has been found to have a capacity to conduct electric fields. The conducting properties of melanin would allow it to act like a Faraday cage, conducting electric fields away from the nucleus of the cell and thus preventing alien procedures from reaching the DNA in the nucleus.
If high electro-magnetic fields are a vehicle through which these aliens can reach humanity, then it may indeed be the case that dark-skinned people have a natural barrier to that reach.
Jacqueline Barton's group at the California Institute of Technology and her colleagues have suggested that DNA itself is a conducting molecular wire.
According to Cees Dekker (Department of Applied Physics and DIMES, Delft University):
“The unique assembly properties of DNA together with its unparalleled recognition, optical characteristics, stability and adaptability suggest that DNA may become one of the most important species in the general area of molecular electronics.”
Barton’s group measured the fluorescence produced by an excited molecule and found that it no longer emitted light when attached to a DNA molecule.
Their results suggested that this "fluorescence quenching" was due to the charge on the excited donor molecule leaking along the length of the DNA to a nearby acceptor molecule. In other words, they suggested that DNA was a conducting molecular wire. If this is the case then alien genetic interception through the use of both light and electric fields to manipulate DNA with its electrically conductive and light absorbing properties will be easily achieved in those who do not have melanin protection.