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Scientists carry out X-rays and CT scans on 'alien bodies'

By T.K. Randall
September 21, 2023 · Comment icon 538 comments

Is this an alien body or a human mummy ? Image Credit: YouTube / Maussan TV
The scans have revealed more about the alleged alien remains recently revealed in Mexico by ufologist Jaime Maussan.
A few days ago, Maussan - a controversial figure even in the UFO community - presented what he claimed to be two alien bodies at a formal congress hearing in Mexico City.

Supposedly found buried between the Peruvian cities of Palpa and Nazca in 2017, the two bodies reportedly contained 'unknown' DNA and were - as Maussan put it - "not from this Earth."

Now scientists at a laboratory in Mexico City have carried out detailed X-ray and CT scans of the alleged alien bodies in an effort to learn as much as possible about them.
The results have suggested that the corpses - which are around 2ft in length and exhibit anomalous facial features and proportions - had not been assembled or manipulated.

In other words - they hadn't been manufactured by adjoining various animal or human remains together, they are genuine bodies.

This doesn't discount the possibility, however, that they are simply human mummies - a theory that has been heavily promoted by a number of scientists and researchers who remain highly skeptical of Maussan's claims that they are extraterrestrial entities.

Source: Telegraph | Comments (538)

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Comment icon #529 Posted by Resume 3 months ago
Reddit . . .   bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha-pauses to breathe-hahahahahahahahahaha!!!
Comment icon #530 Posted by Hazzard 3 months ago
Genome sequencing analyses of “alien” Nazca mummies do not support an extraterrestrial origin.
Comment icon #531 Posted by papageorge1 3 months ago
Conservatively no one can say ‘extraterrestrial’ DNA  because there is nothing known to match with. ‘Unknown species’ is the term being used. 
Comment icon #532 Posted by DieChecker 3 months ago
If they DNA test "paper and glue" what percentage comes back as unknown? Does cellulose even carry DNA after processing into paper?
Comment icon #533 Posted by Resume 3 months ago
Gulled again.
Comment icon #534 Posted by Golden Duck 3 months ago
I could test the mummies with a magic 8-ball and come upnwithban answer unknown species. 
Comment icon #535 Posted by DieChecker 3 months ago
But only if you get 12 scientists, who are buddies of yours, to sign a letter that it is true science.
Comment icon #536 Posted by Dejarma 3 months ago
people would only act like that if there was money involved
Comment icon #537 Posted by DieChecker 3 months ago
Or politics, or pride... A number of scientists signed the Covid19 Proximal Origin letter/article for chiefly politic reasons. Many held the opposite opinion just the week before.... But... Trump... So, sign it they did. EDIT: Or, religion. Forgot religion as a reason to be stupid. 
Comment icon #538 Posted by Hazzard 3 months ago
Did you even click the link I posted? Its seems crystal clear that your "mystery DNA" is worthless as evidence, as even ancient humans testing has similar results.   ERR4863252 is a sample from a single ancient human individual from the location corresponding to present-day France. Although the majority of reads in this sample are identified, 31.27% of reads are still unidentified by the SRA taxonomy analysis. And only 11.04% are confidently assigned as human.  

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