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Aliens Discovered: Fraud or Reality?

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2023/09/13/mexico-alien-x-ray-claims/70843076007/
https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/close-encounter-with-alien-bodies-mexico-2023-09-16/

Aliens are usually seen as abnormal beings, not absolute fantasies or movie characters. But now, according to recent Mexican Studies, mummified aliens have been found. They’re not fantasies anymore or imaginary. Aliens are becoming a reality; in the future, they might be a part of our everyday lives.

Thanks to some of Mexico’s Doctors, the alien discoveries were found in the City of Cusco, and they claimed that they were estimated to be approximately 1,000. News.sky.com portrayed how Journalist and UFO researcher Jamie Maussan cleared some confusion by explaining how “almost a third of their DNA is “unknown,” and the specimens were not part of “our terrestrial evolution.” This information conveys that these scientists still do not know much about these aliens, but all they do know is that they cannot be from Earth, and their evolution is way different than human evolution.

The website (News.sky.com) also explains how many people don’t believe the aliens are real.  Some people say those aliens look way too much like humans or too humanoid, like the movies and cartoons made based on aliens (E.T.) That can be a good view of this news as well. 

https://www.cnbctv18.com/science/nasa-ufo-panel-controversial-1000-year-old-alien-corpses-mexico-17810311.htm

There are many theories about these discoveries; for example, on the website apnews.com, there are many accusations that these “beings” that were uncovered are frauds. They can be fraud because several other discoveries of so-called “extraterrestrials” have been made years before, and those “aliens” were actually “recently manufactured dolls, which have been covered with a mixture of paper and synthetic glue to simulate the presence of skin.” apnews.com explains. The website also says how Julieta Ferrero, a researcher at the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, doesn’t believe Maussan and how she says, “Maussan has done many things. He says he has talked to the Virgin of Guadalupe,” she said. “He told me extraterrestrials do not talk to me like they talk to him because I don’t believe in them.” So Maussan can have some bias, and these aliens can be frauds.

Some opinions from other journalists and scientists on these discoveries are, according to reuters.com, “It is the most important thing that has happened to humanity,” Maussan, 70, said to these extraterrestrials. The website also includes Maussan added, “I believe that this phenomenon is the only one that gives us the opportunity to unite,.”

These Aliens could be real or fraud, but we humans have seen too many movies and shows not to be scared or surprised by these discoveries. Although these do have a possibility of being fake, it’s always better to be prepared.

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Kendra Darcy (9) is a current Freshman at Santiago High School, and her current interests are psychology and music. Writing has always sparked her interest; she enjoys doing it in Spanish and English. Her fluidity in both languages has been a big help with her passion for writing and music, as she has been exposed to many distinct genres. Kendra usually listens to music; she either tunes into Beabadoobee, newjeans, or Wave to Earth while hanging out with her friends or shopping for albums. Later, she plans to study psychology and help people explore and express their thoughts and feelings through communication. You may reach her at [email protected]
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