Medical doctors in Mexico Metropolis have performed in depth laboratory research on the 2 alleged “non-human” alien corpses revealed final week. The exams have been carried out by Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, a forensic physician with the navy on the Noor Clinic on Monday, BBC reported.
Dr. Benitez concluded that the so-called our bodies belonged to a single skeleton and weren’t assembled. He additionally mentioned that the laboratory exams have proven that ”there isn’t any proof of any meeting or manipulation of the skulls”.
Notably, the mummies have been introduced by Jaime Maussan, a journalist who has speculated broadly on aliens. The mysterious our bodies are tiny in stature and chalky in color, and every one in all them has three-fingered fingers and shrunken heads. One was described as feminine, with eggs inside.
The specimens have been about 1,000 years outdated, in accordance with carbon testing carried out by researchers on the Nationwide Autonomous College of Mexico. Mr Maussan claimed they weren’t associated to any species on Earth.
Talking underneath oath on the San Lazaro legislative palace, he mentioned, ”These specimens are usually not a part of our terrestrial evolution… These aren’t beings that have been discovered after a UFO wreckage. They have been present in diatom [algae] mines, and have been later fossilised.”
“I feel there’s a clear demonstration that we’re coping with non-human specimens that aren’t associated to another species in our world and that each one potentialities are open for any scientific establishment… to research it,” he added.
Nonetheless, a number of UFO and forensics consultants slammed the claims as ”unsubstantiated” and a ”hoax”. Some teachers and archaeologists have urged the “our bodies” are merely the traditional stays of mummified people.
In line with the physicist and presenter Professor Brian Cox, who was among the many critics, has claimed that they have been “method too humanoid” to be real, Sky Information reported. He additionally has been calling for a pattern to be despatched to the biotechnology firm 23andme for impartial verification.
“It is most unlikely that an clever species that advanced on one other planet would appear like us,” he mentioned final week.