Is the ‘alien skeleton’ actually the remains of a ‘human’? DNA tests conducted on the skeletal remains found in Chile bears resemblance to human DNA. In fact, scientists say it is ‘closer to humans than chimpanzees’! The new findings are contained in a documentary film released this week.
Ten years ago, a small ‘space alien’ skeleton was found in the Atacama Desert in Chile. The tiny ‘alien skeleton,’ dubbed the ‘Atacama Humanaoid’ looked like a human fetus except for its nine ribs, sharp teeth and oversized head. With its appearance and features, many theorized that it is the remains of an alien who died in the Atacama Desert. But now, scientists at Stanford University say its DNA is actually ‘human.’
The skeletal remains was found by a man named Oscar Munoz on October 9, 2003 in the Atacama Desert. Munoz was reportedly looking for objects of historical value when he stumbled upon a piece of cloth containing a skeleton no longer than 15 centimeters. Since then, the remains have attracted a lot of attention and speculation.
Some say it is a mere hoax. But, according to The Daily Mail, Dr. Steven Greer, counters this claim.
'The CAT scan clearly shows internal chest organs -lungs and what appears to be the remains of a heart structure,' he said. 'There is absolutely no doubt that the specimen is an actual organism and that it is not a hoax of any kind.’
'This fact has been confirmed by Dr. Nolan and Dr. Lachman at Stanford.' Dr. Steven Greer is one of the leaders of the team behind the documentary film.
DNA was extracted from bone marrow from the skeleton and shows the remains was an 'interesting mutation' of a male human.
Furthermore, Garry Nolan, director of stem cell biology at Stanford, said evidence shows it lived for six to eight years before its death.
Now, if the ‘humanoid’ was 15 centimeters at six to eight years old, how big was it when it was born? And how big would it have been as an adult?
And if it has human DNA, is this proof that there are more humanoid aliens out there? Adobo Talk PH
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