The Alien Disclosure group has discovered an alien starchild living in China with amazing powers. They have proof. It’s on video.
Ooh, spooky. His eyes aren’t brown! I bet you didn’t know that blue eyes give you the power to see in the dark, did you?
The description of this kid is pretty silly, too.
In the Chinese city Dahua lives child of a new human race. Little Nong Yousui has blue eyes with a deep neon glow in the dark just like the cat’s eye effect.
NONG YOUSUI CAN SEE IN THE DARK AS MUCH AS WE CAN SEE IN THE LIGHT
Such eyes are a familiar sight even for the inhabitants of the Nordic lands. The boy can see in the dark as we can see in the light.
Yes. We Nordics are familiar with the neon glow of our eyes. We have to wear blindfolds to bed so that the glare doesn’t keep are partners awake. We also have a tapetum, just like a cat.
Let’s bring the Science to bear.
After his teacher shared these unusual abilities on the internet, suspicious reporters from Beijing decided to check out the information with specialists. They concluded from a variety of tests and experiments including DNA analysis and chromosonal defragmentation, none of which hurt the boy, that indeed he had ‘evolved’ genes. Little Nong is the first living man that can see in the dark.
According to some specialists, it is not a random change. Namely, this change isn’t a mutation consequence but more of an evolution consequence.
How do you tell a mutated gene from an evolved one?
I’d also like to try defragmenting my chromosomes, especially since they say it doesn’t hurt.