A tiny “alien” skeleton measuring only six inches long has 91 percent human DNA according to the Sirius documentary.
Back in 2003, the six inch mummified remains of a tiny “alien” skeleton were found in Chile’s Atacama Desert a decade ago. The “alien” skeleton was used as evidence that aliens had once visited Earth, but now we’re finding the tiny “alien” skeleton is just as Earthly as the rest of us.
Some of the original explanations for the tiny “alien” skeleton assumed it was of a monkey or human fetus to explain its small size. But now they’re finding this male human child was somewhere between six to eight years old. The small humanoid has become known as the “Atacama Humanoid” and nicknamed Ata.
Physician and Disclosure Project founder Dr. Steven Greer explained how they investigated the tiny “alien”‘ skeleton:
“After six months of research by leading scientists at Stanford University, the Atacama Humanoid remains a profound mystery. We traveled to Barcelona Spain in late September 2012 to obtain detailed X-Rays, CAT scans and take genetic samples for testing at Stanford University. We obtained excellent DNA material by surgically dissecting the distal ends of two right anterior ribs on the humanoid.”
Garry Nolan, professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford School of Medicine, has been studying the tiny alien skeleton since fall of 2012 in an attempt to explain the shape of its skull and the 10 ribs when a normal, healthy human has 12.
After seeing the DNA results, Nolan gave his opinion on the tiny “alien” skeleton:
“While the jury is out regarding the mutations that cause the deformity, and there is a real discrepancy in how we account for the apparent age of the bones, every nucleotide I’ve been able to look at is human. I’ve only scratched the surface in the analysis. But there is nothing that jumps out so far as to scream ‘nonhuman.’ ”
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What do you think about this tiny “alien” skeleton now that we know its human?