Alien DNA “Discovered” Within Humans
We’ve been beaming radio waves into space for years, hoping to hear back from some far-off advanced civilization. But according to two scientists, we’ve been looking for an alien signal in the wrong place: extraterrestrial life forms have reportedly been “talking” to us through our own DNA.
The scientists theorize that there is a mysterious part of our genetic code that cannot be explained by the concept of evolution. That part of our DNA, something they call biological SETI, could be an ancient message hidden within our bodies by sentient beings that lived billions of years ago… like a brand logo that reads “Made In Krypton.”
As those who have seen the movie Contact may recall, scientists have tried to contact alien life forms through radio telescopes and signal-processing technology at the SETI (the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute. These two scientists, Mr. Makukov and Mr. al-Farabi Kazakh, believe we’ve been approaching SETI the wrong way, and should instead focus inward. As they put it, we should be looking for evidence of E.T. life inside us through biological SETI.
This might be extremely relevant news considering than a new kind of alien life form was just discovered on our planet. Steven Greer, a UFO researcher, is putting together a documentary that focuses on the discovery of a mini-sized alien carcass. Found in Chile’s Atacama Desert, it looks to be in surprisingly good condition despite having been found many years ago. As part of the film, a group of scientists will perform a scientific analysis on the cadaver.
Maybe this pint-sized creature is one of the beings who branded our DNA with a hidden message. What could they be telling us?
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