Director of the US Space Agency (NASABill Nelson suggested, on Thursday the 14th of this month, that the Mexican government make available to the international scientific community the supposed alien corpses presented to the Mexican Parliament this week. Scientists believe that the bodies are not aliens, but rather A scam.
“I can’t comment because we haven’t had access to the materials,” Nelson said. “But, if I could give one piece of advice to the Mexican government, it would be to make the materials available for analysis by the international scientific community.”
Mexican ufologist and journalist Jaime Mosan said on Tuesday the 12th of this month that two mummies of non-human beings had been found in Peru. Each of them was short, had three-fingered hands, and their heads appeared to be shrunken or withered. Mosan stated that he did not yet want to refer to the bodies as “aliens”, but said:
“If DNA shows us that they are non-human beings, and that there is nothing like them in the world, then we should consider it so.”
Jaime Mosan had already made similar allegations in 2017 in Peru. A report by that country’s Public Ministry concluded that the “corpses” presented at the time were in fact “newly manufactured dolls covered with a mixture of paper and artificial glue to simulate the presence of skin.”
At NASA’s press conference on Thursday morning, Bill Nelson announced that the agency will, from now on, have a board of directors dedicated to studying what the US government classifies as “unidentified anomalous phenomena” (UAP, for its acronym in English), which are more common . They are called unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
The decision was announced after the issuance of a report on this topic. The work was carried out over the course of a year by a committee of experts who analyzed the available data and concluded that there is no evidence confirming that the origin of UFOs is extraterrestrial. The committee recommended that NASA increase efforts to collect reliable scientific information about anomalous phenomena.
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