Disturbing “alien corpses” with stereoscopic vision are presented to the Mexican Congress

Two “alien corpses” The stereoscopically imaged specimens found in Peru in 2017 were recently presented to the Mexican government.

It turns out that the “aliens” were supposedly more than 1,000 years old. HITC addresses the reported UFO situation in Mexico while exploring the importance of stereoscopic vision.

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Unidentified bodies were presented to the Mexican Congress

Mexican officials revealed two suspected “non-human alien corpses” during a public hearing in Mexico’s Congress as a UFO expert testified under oath.

A UFO expert named Jaime Maussan stood up According to reports from LBC, he met with scientists when he unveiled the two bodies to the Mexican Congress.

The bodies were shown in window boxes.

Researchers claimed they were recovered from a diatom mine in Cusco, Peru, found between Palpa and Nazca in 2017.

Mexican media said the corpses were reportedly not part of “our terrestrial evolution” and 30 percent of their genetics were still unknown.

“Alien corpses” found with stereoscopic vision

During the event, it emerged that the two corpses, depicted with three-fingered hands, no teeth and stereoscopic vision, were said to be more than 1,000 years old.

Mr Maussan said the bodies were examined by scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico, who managed to extract DNA evidence using radiocarbon dating.

The bodies appeared to be mostly human-shaped, but had retractable necks and long skulls that, according to El País, had “characteristics” that were “more typical of birds.”

They reportedly appeared to have no teeth but strong and light bones.

X-rays of the bodies were also shown during the hearing, with experts saying there were “eggs” in one of the bodies.

The importance of stereoscopic vision explained

Literally: stereoscopic vision describes the ability According to Science Direct reports based on binocular stereoscopic vision, it is possible for the visual brain to register a sense of three-dimensional shapes and forms based on visual input.

In today’s usage, stereoscopic vision often refers exclusively to the sense of depth that comes from the two eyes.

This usage excludes a number of things that could be considered stereoscopic vision, such as the sense of depth that arises from the motion parallax that occurs as subjects move through the visual environment.

Current usage also means that the term “stereoscopic vision” tends to encompass a range of relevant topics binocular vision which have nothing to do with the perception of three dimensions.

For example, if one considers the singularity of vision, this refers to the creation of the perception of a single object by the two eyes through their coordinated use.

You can easily experience double vision of a single object by raising a finger in front of both eyes while continuing to look at a distant object, such as a church tower.

Wikipedia states that stereopsis exists the component of Depth perception through binocular vision. Binocular vision occurs because each eye receives a different image because it is in a slightly different position on the head

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Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing EmmaBowman@ustimetoday.com.

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