Recently, there has been a buzz in the news about alleged “non-human” alien corpses showcased in the Mexican Congress. A self-proclaimed UFO expert, Jaime Maussan, presented these mysterious specimens to the public, claiming they were unearthed in Cusco, Peru. The event has stirred excitement among UFO enthusiasts but has also raised skepticism due to Maussan’s history of making unverified claims.
During the public hearing, Maussan asserted that these specimens were not part of Earth’s evolution and suggested that a significant portion of their DNA remains unidentified. He argued that they were not recovered from a UFO crash site but were found in diatom (algae) mines and later fossilized. To support his claims, he displayed videos of UFO sightings and unidentified phenomena before unveiling the alleged alien corpses. He also mentioned that scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) had conducted DNA analysis using radiocarbon dating, revealing that more than 30% of the specimens’ DNA was unidentifiable. X-rays of the specimens were also presented.
It’s crucial to approach these claims with a healthy dose of skepticism. Maussan has a history of associating himself with discoveries that were later debunked, such as the 2017 case of five mummies found in Peru, which were ultimately identified as human children. This raises questions about the credibility of his current assertions.
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The presentation of alleged alien corpses in the Mexican Congress has undoubtedly generated intrigue and debate. While some UFO enthusiasts may be excited by the claims made by Jaime Maussan, it’s essential to remember his track record of making unverified statements. Scientific scrutiny and further investigation are necessary before drawing any definitive conclusions. Until then, these alleged alien corpses remain a topic of speculation rather than established fact.