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ZetaTalk: Proto- Hybrids
Note: written Dec 15, 1995
Prior to beginning the hybrid program in earnest, we did preliminary experimentation. We knew that the Earth in all likelihood would vote to become a home for
those in the Service-to-Other orientation. We knew that if this occurred that the Zeta genetics, being compatible with humans, was a strong candidate for hybrid
production. So we prepared ourselves for the task ahead, some thousands of years ago. Our early attempts were failures and died in infancy due to nutritional
problems. Soon our proto-hybrids were living into adulthood and data gathering was in full swing. Incarnation into the proto-hybrids was on a volunteer basis, as
some distress was anticipated.
- Nervous system difficulties arose and were corrected early, where the brain portions either communicated too effectively or incompletely with each other.
For those proto-hybrids, life was a perpetual bad trip, as you say - too much noise and not enough comprehension.
- Sexual dysfunction showed up not as lack of interest in sex but as infertility, though this was not personally distressing to any of the proto-hybrids.
- Lack of hair, in a hairless Zeta community, was also not an embarrassment, but the sporadic hair that appeared on some of our proto-hybrids was a source
of consternation. Imagine facial hair spaced every few inches rather than close together and thick. We found this type of hair distressing enough to those born
with it that genetic engineering leaned toward hairlessness as the lesser of evils.
- Our tiny mouths and small teeth did not line up well with human genetics in all cases in our proto-hybrids either. At times tiny teeth in a big mouth, at times
big teeth in a tiny mouth.
Digestive problems were continuously smoothed, and are still being addressed. Early proto-hybrids had many nutritional problems which required supplemental
nutritional aids. Many of our problems were due to the high standards set by ourselves regarding digestion. No farting, no burping, no fainting from low blood
sugar, and no tendency to get fat. We have achieved our goals in this regard.
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