Newly discovered specimens of allegedly “alien” corpses displayed in Mexico are now making noise all over the world and receiving backlash. Seeing several news articles regarding pseudoscience and false information about extraterrestrials for many years, critics are just so done with this “alien” theory.
Last week, a self-proclaimed UFO scientist Jaime Maussan said that the corpses aren’t related to any Earthly species. However, many don’t believe Maussan’s declaration. According to top astrobiologists in Mexico, this claim isn’t presented with evidence. Maussan said scientists at the National University of Mexico utilized carbon dating to discover these 1,000-year-old fossils, but university researchers from the said institution debunked the former’s claims and confirmed that they didn’t collect any remains or samples.
Meanwhile, people on the internet remain unconvinced by these fake aliens composed of shrunken heads, three fingers on each hand, and tiny bodies. Social media users have started to poke fun at this news by creating memes. Here are some of the best comments and memes about these bizarre alien mummies:
BREAKING NEWS: UPDATE ON THE ALIEN FOUND IN MEXICO pic.twitter.com/1I7gaKW72v
— Fry (@switchbladefry) September 16, 2023
The body of the alien in Mexico is basically a cake. pic.twitter.com/SlXhBTpL0U
— YUVAL LESHEM MBA |Ministaer Of Social Popoganda| (@KishMinTuches) September 19, 2023
Aliens have been discovered in Mexico 🇲🇽👽 pic.twitter.com/39xCxJr0fr
— No Cats No Life (@NoCatsNoLife_m) September 16, 2023
Another Alien found in Mexico pic.twitter.com/IAesMlB0a4
— Maga Conservative Dr Ken Dabb (@DabbKen) September 18, 2023
Aliens in Mexico pic.twitter.com/Am5z0zyzum
— 大熊らすこ@アニメ10/9(月)より放送 (@rasuko_okuma) September 16, 2023
BREAKING: After Mexico, India has just released alien photos, DNA, and data to the public. Officials reveal this blue alien was first seen in 2003, hanging out with a high schooler. pic.twitter.com/XS0w5zQrU8
— Meha (@BitchMastaani) September 14, 2023
arlo if he was that dead alien: pic.twitter.com/dJfYiZeRoE
— Zeedrungis (@seabrowngoose) September 19, 2023
It was reported that Elsa Tomasto-Cagigao, a respected Peruvian bio-anthropologist, is frustrated such claims are still being given publicity, citing similar alleged finds that were found to be frauds.To be fair–the alien memes do get spicy.
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