Do they know that those mummies were Biobots?
The claim that Nazca mummies are alien humanoids is a topic of controversy and debate. Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan has presented these mummies, which were reportedly found near Peru’s ancient Nazca lines, as potential evidence of non-human life forms. These mummies are characterized by their three-fingered hands and other unusual physical features. Maussan argues that scientific analysis and study results prove the bodies are about 1,000 years old and not related to any known Earthly species.
Mexican senators have heard testimony that “we are not alone” in the universe and been presented with the alleged remains of “non-human” mummies, in the country’s first official event on extraterrestrial life.
At a senate hearing on Tuesday, lawmakers were shown two shriveled bodies with shrunken heads – alongside video footage of “unexplained anomalous phenomena” – by Jaime Maussan, a sports journalist turned UFO enthusiast.
Maussan said the remains were more than 1,000 years old and belonged to “non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial evolution”.
“It’s the queen of all evidence,” Maussan claimed. “That is, if the DNA is showing us that they are non-human beings and that there is nothing that looks like this in the world, we should take it as such.”
Other studies have suggested the mummies, which were found in Nazca, Peru, in 2017, are fraudulent.
Tuesday’s hearing was organised by Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, a lawmaker from the governing Morena party and aspiring governor of the state of Veracruz.
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It included participants from around the world who made calls for transparency and international cooperation. Maussan suggested that Mexico could become the first country in the world to accept the presence of aliens on the planet.
Gutiérrez Luna said that Congress had not taken a position on the theories put forward during the hearing but stressed the important of listening to “all voices, all opinions”.
The event was inspired by the US congressional hearing on the same topic in July, in which the retired major David Grusch alleged that the US was hiding a program to retrieve and reverse engineer UFOs. The Pentagon has denied his claims.
In media interviews, Grusch has made even more outlandish claims that the US government has in its possession the bodies of “dead pilots” and a flying saucer found in Italy by Mussolini almost 100 years ago.
Nonetheless the congressional hearing was a sign of the increased respectability of a field once seen as the reserve of conspiracy theorists.
Well-known politicians, such as the Republican senator Marco Rubio, have pushed for more disclosure, and in 2022 Barack Obama told CBS that the government had “footage and records of objects in the skies, that we don’t know exactly what they are, we can’t explain how they moved, their trajectory”.
👽 Jose Jaime Maussan shows what he says are 'non-humanoid species' in Mexico – and not for the first time.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 8, 2023
However, the scientific community has expressed skepticism about these claims. Some experts have dismissed previous similar finds as mutilated mummies or a concoction of animal and human bones.
Furthermore, the scientific community has criticized Maussan for his history of allegedly faking alien corpses and mummies.
— Peru.Attacks (@peru_aliens) November 7, 2023
During the session in the Mexican Congress, researchers declared the mummies to be authentic, meaning they were once living organisms. However, they refrained from certifying the remains extraterrestrial origins. Anthropologist Roger Zuniga of San Luis Gonzaga National University in Ica, Peru, stated that the specimens were real and that there was no human intervention in their physical and biological formation. However, he did not specify the origin of the beings, therefore these people have no conception of what these alleged alien humanoids could really be, such as biological robots, biobots, bio-machines. If they are, then it’s relatively easy to know, summed up in one word: Silicon.
The concept of a biological robot, or biobot, built using silicon and carbon is an intriguing one that intersects the fields of biology, robotics, and materials science. Biobots are essentially a fusion of biological and artificial components, creating a new class of robots that can leverage the advantages of both biological and synthetic systems.
Silicon, a key element in electronics and computer chips, has been used in the construction of biobots. For instance, a bio-syncretic robot was composed of a silicon backbone fabricated with single-crystal reactive etching. In another example, a hybrot (short for “hybrid robot”) was created by placing a droplet of solution containing thousands of rat neuron cells onto a silicon chip embedded with electrodes. The electrical signals fired by the cells were picked up by the electrodes, which then sent the amplified signal into a computer. The computer, in turn, wirelessly relayed the data to the robot, resulting in physical motion.
Carbon, the basis of all known life, has also been incorporated into biobots. A carbon-based neuromorphic computing device, essentially an organic robot brain, was designed to learn to navigate a maze. The “brain chip” could receive sensory signals and adapt to environmental stimuli, sending precise motor commands to a robot body.
The idea of silicon-based life forms has been proposed by visionaries like Elon Musk, who suggests that we could create intelligent robots that evolve over time through a process of trial and error, much like biological organisms. Alternatively, we might merge with machines ourselves, becoming cyborgs that blur the line between carbon-based and silicon-based life forms.
However, it’s important to note that while these concepts are theoretically possible and have been explored to some extent, they are still largely in the realm of research and development. The creation of a fully functional biobot using silicon and carbon would require significant advancements in our understanding of both biological systems and robotics, as well as breakthroughs in materials science and engineering.
In conclusion, there is no explicit mention of inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) being performed on the Nazca mummies.
The document titled “RapportNAZCA” by Olivier SIRE discusses the analysis of samples from the mummies, highlighting the similarities and differences between the samples based on their MIR spectra, describing the honeycomb structure of the internal faces of the analyzed bones and the presence of “Proteins” bands in samples from Maria and Victoria’s hip. However, there is no mention of ICP-MS or silicon detection in the document.
While ICP-MS has been used in the analysis of mummy hair in the context of environmental arsenic exposure, there is no specific mention of its application to the Nazca mummies after an extended seearch.
Therefore, based on the available information, ICP-MS has not been performed on the Nazca mummies, a very sad thing to know for the humankind.
Dr. Mary K. Jesse from University of Colorado hospital examines x-ray scans of nazca mummy "Maria"
— Nazca Mummies (@NazcaMummies) November 11, 2023
However I strongly suppose they know this information.
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