In a bid to unravel the mystery surrounding the purported ‘alien’ remains recently presented to Mexico’s congress, medical experts in Mexico City conducted comprehensive laboratory studies, including a CT scan, on Monday. The findings shed light on the alleged extraterrestrial bodies and their authenticity.
Skeletal Examination Raises Questions
Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, the director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican Navy, oversaw the examinations. His team’s investigations revealed that the so-called ‘alien’ remains were, in fact, a single skeleton, not a composite of different entities. Moreover, the laboratory tests indicated that there was no trace of assembly or manipulation of the skulls within the remains.
A Controversial Unveiling
The controversy began when Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan unveiled the two corpses last week. While Maussan and some enthusiasts assert the extraterrestrial origin of these remains, the scientific community has largely remained sceptical.
Scepticism and criticism
Multiple experts in UFO studies and forensics have come forward to challenge the claims surrounding these ‘alien’ remains. They label the findings as “unsubstantiated” and deem the entire presentation a “hoax.” The scientific community is urging caution and rigorous investigation before making any definitive conclusions regarding these unusual remains.
The unveiling and subsequent examination of these ‘alien’ remains have ignited both intrigue and scepticism. As the scientific community and experts continue to scrutinise the evidence, questions surrounding its authenticity persist. Further investigation and analysis are essential to determining whether this discovery holds any weight or if it’s merely a case of misinterpretation.