Scientists have issued their conclusion on the “aliens” that were presented in Mexico’s Congress last week. The aliens were introduced by writer Jaime Maussan, who is infamous for utilising mummified creatures discovered in Peru to put up his purported hoax.
Are the aliens really "alive"?
The two aliens, Clara and Mauricio, were examined at a laboratory at the Noor Clinic in Mexico where researchers said that the objects are “single skeletons” with “eggs” inside of them—claims that were also made last week in front of the Mexican Congress.
The principal investigator, Dr. Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, a former military forensics physician, said that the alleged aliens have a “single skeleton” and are also a “complete organic being.”
He further refuted the notion that it was a fraud, asserting that Clara was “alive, was intact, was biological, and was in gestation.”
Even still, not everyone is persuaded. To begin with, Maussan is famous for his hoaxes. NASA scientist David Spergel questioned why the study into these aliens hasn’t been made public, and the research into them has also been met with doubt.
According to Spergel, the scientific community will be able to examine samples if you have something unusual.
The doctor stated during his remarks at the press conference that “we are facing the paradigm of describing a new species or given the opportunity to accept that there has been contact with other beings, non-humans, that were drawn and marked in the past by diverse cultures throughout the world.”
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