The reviews are in and all I can say is that I saw this coming a mile away.

We’ve been talking about the Sirius documentary for awhile now, and if you’re the rational type, you’ve agreed with us so far as to say that Dr. Steven Greer and his team of research definitely spent more time on filming and generating a buzz than actual scientific research.

Ditto.  I watched it yesterday online, and it was not surprisingly diappointing. The Atacama humanoid, however, is still quite compelling, particularly because it doesn't fit any known human genetic disorder, like progeria, e.g.. Whatever this being was, it appears to be a unique mutation. But that's about the only part the entire film that was of of any real interest to me.  To read more, click here.