Controversial news host Alex Jones just released a video with George Noory of Coast to Coast AM. According to them, scientists have been busy creating aliens on Earth. These ‘chimeras’ have an interesting future in store on our planet. Here are five things to know about it.
1. SCIENTISTS GROWING ALIENS INSIDE FARM ANIMALS
US scientists claim that they are growing human organs inside farm animals. Apparently, the research will help save those in need of organ donations. Well, that’s a lovely concept. However, some of the most creative minds think the governments of Earth may have superhuman aliens in mind.
2. 20 ANIMALS PREGNANT WITH HUMAN ANIMAL HYBRIDS
According to the MIT Technology Review, already 20 animals have been impregnated with these aliens. The human animal hybrids haven’t been born yet, but scientists are developing technology around the Earth for this to become a reality.
3. STEM CELLS COMBINE WITH ANIMAL EMBRYO
The way these “aliens” are created is with the help of human stem cells. Scientists inject the stem cells into the animal embryo which are then injected into a pig or a sheep. Once the stem cells are manipulated, a human organ of their choosing will grow inside the animal. Sooner or later, sheep-humans may be walking the Earth.
4. WILL SHEEP HUMANS SAVE THE EARTH?
These very same sheep-human aliens could someday save the Earth scientists say. The demand for organ transplants is only going to increase and there are only a few willing (or unwilling) humans to donate. If the future goes according to plan, gone will be the waiting lists for body parts. Just head over to al local farm and find a pig with a human liver, or a sheep with a human kidney.
5. A MYSTERIOUS OPERATION
As one can imagine, this whole story is covered in controversy. Despite some preaching the benefits, no scientific papers have actually been published. For this reason, people like Alex Jones are up in arms about the secrecy. Besides potentially being abusive to animals, there very well could be a deeper meaning behind these tests.