Alien controversy: shocking claims emerge from Mexican Congress… What is the truth?
In a startling turn of events, the hallowed halls of the Mexican Congress have become the epicenter of a gripping extraterrestrial debate. The National Autonomous University of Mexico’s Institute of Physics (Unam) has categorically refuted claims that two dissected bodies, recently unveiled by renowned ufologist Jaime Maussan, represent evidence of non-human life. These startling revelations unfolded during the inaugural public hearing on unidentified anomalous aerial phenomena, colloquially known as UFOs, leaving the world in suspense.
Last Tuesday’s unprecedented congressional gathering witnessed Maussan presenting two preserved bodies as irrefutable proof of extraterrestrial existence. This audacious move aimed to catalyze legislative action on the enigmatic UFO phenomenon, casting a shadow of intrigue over Mexico. Maussan, a prominent Mexican ufologist and communicator, ventured to suggest that these two bodies, discovered in Peru, possessed an age exceeding a millennium. The astonishing assertion was allegedly corroborated by the National Laboratory of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (Lema) at Unam.
However, the academic establishment quickly moved to quash Maussan’s audacious claims. Through meticulous carbon-14 analysis, Lema demonstrated that these enigmatic entities had been interred within diatomaceous earth, a unique type of algae-hosting environment that precludes bacterial or fungal proliferation.
Nonetheless, Lema remains steadfast in its assertion that their carbon-14 dating endeavors only serve the purpose of ascertaining the age of provided samples, eschewing any speculation about their origins. The laboratory emphatically stressed its non-liability for the interpretation or misrepresentation of its findings.
Interestingly, Lema also underscored that any information unrelated to carbon-14 dating, specifically concerning the mummies unearthed in Peru in 2017 and prepared by the laboratory, holds no authoritative validation. Intriguingly, due to commercial confidentiality agreements,
Lema refrained from divulging further details. However, it disclosed a tantalizing nugget—back in May 2017, Lema embarked on a clandestine carbon-14 dating expedition, examining minute skin and brain tissue samples, weighing just 0.5 grams each. The results of this covert operation surfaced in June of the same year, quietly delivered to a discreet client.
In an astonishing twist, the Mexican National Laboratory of Spectrometry dropped a bombshell revelation: its members remain aloof from any in situ sampling activities, effectively distancing themselves from the elusive source of the samples in question.
While Maussan staunchly asserts that these purported extraterrestrial beings were not retrieved from fallen spacecraft but rather interred, the debate continues to rage on. Are we on the cusp of a profound extraterrestrial revelation, or are these merely tantalizing fragments of an elaborate puzzle, destined to remain unsolved? The world watches with bated breath as the Mexican Congress delves deeper into the abyss of the unknown.