Have you ever thought about whether we are truly alone in the universe? Most scientists throughout the world have done so at one time or another. We don’t know for sure, but according to a new research conducted by a group of experienced scientists, this may no longer be the case.
According to physicist Vladimir Sherbak and astrobiologist Maxim Makukov, the proof is right in front of us, because it’s in our ĎŇÃ and has always been.
They published an article in the journal Icarus suggesting that A̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ manipulation can be extrapolated from our own ĎŇÃ, indicating our long-standing biological connection with a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s.
They aren’t the first to offer this theory; in fact, James Crick, co-discoverer of the ĎŇÃ double helix, proposed it.
He proposed the idea that we were all raised by a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s who will return after we’ve reached our full potential. This phenomena is known as panspermia, and it is a fascinating concept to say the least.
To confirm or refute this, the two collaborated on a study that demonstrated that a numerical pattern repeats itself numerous times in human ĎŇÃ.
This is the number 37, which appears to repeat itself nine times in human ĎŇÃ. We’ve received number 37 nine times so far, despite the fact that there are over 10 trillion possibilities to one. This shows that there was clearly some kind of fraud going on here.