Thu. Sep 28th, 2023
    Scientists Skeptical of Supposed Alien Corpses Found in Peru

    Scientists and skeptics are questioning the authenticity of supposed “non-human” alien corpses that were recently displayed in Mexico’s Congress. The remains, which were found in Peru but presented in Mexico, bear a striking resemblance to the iconic extraterrestrial character from Steven Spielberg’s film “E.T.” Many online users have voiced their skepticism, comparing the bodies to props and characters from popular movies, such as Yoda from “Star Wars.” Some have even suggested that the bodies are nothing more than stone statues or clay sculptures.

    UFO expert Jaime Maussan, who claims the bodies are between 700 and 1,800 years old, presented them at a congressional hearing on unidentified anomalous phenomena. However, many scientists remain unconvinced. Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy, stated that X-rays, 3-D reconstruction, and DNA analysis were conducted on the remains. He concluded that the bodies have no relation to human beings.

    Despite these claims, there is widespread doubt regarding the authenticity of the supposed alien corpses. Critics argue that the resemblance to the movie character and the lack of concrete evidence raise doubts about the legitimacy of the findings. While some may find the idea of extraterrestrial life intriguing, the scientific community remains skeptical until further evidence is provided.

    In conclusion, the supposed alien corpses found in Peru and displayed in Mexico’s Congress have generated widespread skepticism among scientists and online users. The resemblance to a famous movie extraterrestrial and the lack of concrete evidence have led many to question the authenticity of the findings. Until further evidence is provided, the debate regarding extraterrestrial life and the existence of aliens continues.

    – Quotes from Twitter users: Nikos Drandakis (@drandakis) and Dave Portnoy (Barstool Sports founder)
    – Excerpts from the source article: “Time to phone home?” by New York Post
    – Statement by Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy