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Cone Head Skulls: Foramen Magnum
The foramen magnum is the large hole in the base of the skull where the vertebrae connect to the skull through tissues and protect the spinal cord and brain stem. The location of this opening is such that the neck is able to easily support the weight of the skull. It is located at the skull’s center of gravity. In the case of cone head skulls, the foramen magnum is located more posterior (toward the back). This makes sense from a genetic standpoint since this location would facilitate better balancing and manipulation of the large cone head by the neck. Again, mutations do not appear with this kind harmony. This is evidence of naturally occurring DNA coding.
Intentional cranial deformation cannot change human DNA and cause the location of the foramen magnum to move. If this change in location was isolated to one skull, a case can be made for spontaneous mutation. But this difference in skeletal structure is consistent in all real alien elongaged skulls.