- Dec 2010
Carotenoids are the most common pigment in nature.
Melanin is produced by melanocytes, the vast majority of which are found in the skin. The pineal gland does not produce melanin, it accumulates it as a result of the aging process.
Melanin does not control all mental and physical activities. It effects pigmentation, UV absorbtion and skin specific enzyme flow.
Melanin is not "the hardest molecule to ever be analysed", it is relatively straightforward, biologically speaking.
Sperm and eggs are not covered in a melanin sheath.
When your source provides four blatant lies in just three, very short, sentences we can safely discount it as evidence.
When it follows this up with even more biologically nonsensical claims we have to assume an agenda.
Weak, biased sources like this do not advance your case.