Extraterrestrial beings are the center of many conspiracy theories. Are they true or not? There have been sightings worldwide but no one can provide a solid proof of their existence. In Peru, however, the three-fingered mummified beings that were discovered last year, may not be humans at all.
A Russian expert claims that the mummies, which have elongated heads, are not humans. Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, a professor of Computer Science and Biophysics at Saint-Petersburg Federal University, believes that the creatures are actually extraterrestrial beings.
Meet Maria, one of the six mummies found in Peru.
Russian researchers have analyzed tissue samples from one of the mummies, Maria, a 5th-century mummy, has a different anatomical structure from humans.
However, preliminary analysis of the samples unveiled that the mummy is a "humanoid being" with 23 pairs of chromosomes.
Professor Konstantin Korotkov said:
“Each of the mummies has two arms, two legs, a head, a pair of eyes and a mouth.”
“The tissue has biological nature and their chemical composition indicated that they are humans. Their DNA features 23 pairs of chromosomes, just like we have. All the four of them are males, each with a Y-chromosome. They appear human but they are not. Their anatomic structure is different.”
The results show that Maria is human, but has a different anatomical structure.
However, Prof. Korotkov is not new to scientific controversies. He was part of the team that proposed the use of a photography technique to capture the images of people’s auras.
This new technique can diagnose illnesses to replace diagnostic tests like a CT scan and X-rays. He also claims that he has proof of life after death, wherein he had filmed the activity of the soul of a dead person.
British alien expert Nigel Watson, however, said that he thinks the claim is most likely a hoax. He said:
“I think the whole saga of finding these mummies is laughable and they are very probably fakes.
The new evidence does indicate the Maria is human, the only strange thing is that she has an unusual rib structure. This is probably because she is a so-called bone montage made by fakers.
If you think about it how would humanoid aliens with three long fingers survive? They would be incredibly clumsy and it seems doubtful they would be capable of making a cup of tea let alone a flying saucer.”
Elon Musk To Launch 4,000 Satellites Across The Globe To Provide High-Speed Internet
The high-speed internet can be accessed even in remote areas around the planet.
Over the past years, the world has undergone massive changes in terms of technology. But still, even though many parts of the world enjoy high-speed internet, some countries are lagging behind.
In third world countries, the internet service is expensive yet the people receive a slow connection. Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur behind SpaceX and Tesla, may have the solution to this problem.
He plans to launch about 4,000 satellites across the globe to provide high-speed internet, even in far-flung areas.
Introducing Lilium Jet, The World’s First Electric Flying Taxi
The makers claim it can fly as fast as a Formula One car.
Flying cars may no longer be just a thing of the future. One Munich-based company has introduced what they claim to be the world’s first electric vertical take-off and landing jet, which pretty much looks like a flying car. Lilium Aviation last year did a test flight of its all-electric, two-seater, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) prototype called the Lilium Jet. They also call it an 'air taxi.'
The Lilium Jet takes off vertically like a helicopter, and then accelerates into forward flight using wing-borne lift. It is powered by 36 separate jet engines mounted on its 10-meter long wings via 12 movable flaps. Only small and inexpensive landing pads that, according to the creators of the aircraft, can be made by anyone are needed.
The aircraft is still being further developed.
Airfish 8: The Unique Sea-Craft That Could Revolutionize Island Travel
The Airfish 8 could revolutionize travel between thousands of islands in the Philippines, Indonesia, Polynesia and the Caribbean.
Traveling to popular or even secluded island destinations will require you to get on the plane or ride a boat. Even then, there are certain areas that ferries and boats cannot reach. But with the existence of the unique marine vessel, called Airfish 8, traveling to those areas can be a lot easier.
Running on a race car engine and bearing the look of a seaplane, the Airfish 8 can revolutionize the way people travel. Developed by Singapore-based firm Wigetworks, the craft doesn't need a runway to dock as it can easily land on water, which means harder-to-reach areas like remote islands will be much easier for holidaymakers.