NASA UFO panel on 1,000-year-old ‘alien corpses’ in Mexico: ‘Don’t know but…’

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NASA UFO panel on 1,000-year-old 'alien corpses'

NASA UFO panel on 1,000-year-old 'alien corpses'

A NASA panel of experts has been unable to confirm or deny the existence of 1,000-year-old “alien corpses” found in Mexico. The panel, which was convened to investigate the claims, said that there was not enough evidence to make a definitive determination.

The claims of alien corpses were first made in 2023, when a group of Mexican researchers published a paper in the journal “Frontiers in Science.” The researchers said that they had found the remains of nine humanoids with elongated skulls and small statures in a cave in Chihuahua, Mexico. The researchers also claimed that the remains had DNA that was not human.

The NASA panel of experts reviewed the researchers’ paper and examined the remains. However, the panel was unable to confirm the researchers’ claims. The panel said that the remains were too fragmented to make a definitive determination about their species or origin. The panel also said that the researchers’ DNA analysis was inconclusive.

The panel’s findings are disappointing for those who believe in the existence of aliens. However, the findings are also not surprising. There is no scientific evidence to support the existence of aliens, and there have been many hoaxes and scams involving claims of alien remains.

The NASA panel’s findings are a reminder that we should be critical of any claims of alien life. We should demand evidence to support such claims before we believe them.

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