Comments for: Bones found in Verona Island not human remains, says medical examiner

Posted Aug. 13, 2012, at 11:45 a.m.

VERONA ISLAND | Chalk one up for Occam’s razor. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday evening took into evidence a pile of bones discovered at a Verona Island boat launch. At the time of their discovery, the sheriff’s office couldn’t determine whether the bones were human or animal. …

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  • Anonymous

    Haven’t heard the term Occam’s razor used since my Physics class at GSA back in the early 80’s.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t see how Occam’s Razor is used?

    If the bones were otherwise unidentifiable, Occams could be used to rule out possibilities and  give us the most likely source of the bones.But since the only determination was whether or not they are human, and the M E says no, Occams Razor is not used.

    • Anonymous

      I like the energy but your post needs focus.


  • At least they arent human that is all that really matters :)

  • Anonymous

    Sounds like there may be coverup. I bet they are the bones of a space alien.

    • Anonymous

      Everyone knows alien bones are made of crystal…duh!

      • Anonymous

         Guess I missed that Coast to Coast show.

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