People have been living with the sense that they are not alone in the grandeur of the Universe for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.
People pay attention to the Earth and discover evidence on it, showing that representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations visited the Earth in the distant past.
People have built sensitive radio telescopes and spaceships in the hope of solving the enigma of the beginning of all life on our planet.
Kazakhstani scientists made the audacious premise that the mystery of alien participation in the development of man is more closer to us than we could assume.
They believe that the key to many of the universe’s fundamental secrets is inscribed in human DNA. Humans are said to be the result of experiments conducted by aliens hundreds of millions of years ago.
It’s worth mentioning that this viewpoint was shared by Francis Crick, the man who discovered the DNA sequence.
Human DNA, according to Francis Crick, was much too complicated to have evolved over the course of Earth’s history, leading to claims of extraterrestrial meddling with human DNA.
It’s even more intriguing to consider why the researchers, in general, made such assumptions. They discovered that they examined DNA for the existence of mathematical sequences.
It was discovered that DNA can be represented as a collection of arithmetic and ideographic patterns that form some kind of symbolic language.
They were even more startled when they discovered the capabilities of conducting logical transformations, as well as their precision and consistency. The fact that DNA has a regularly repeated pattern “37” is also intriguing.
Scientists are unlikely to dismiss this as a coincidence. In the decimal system, for example, this number corresponds to the usual human temperature – 37 degrees Celsius. This is said to be some sort of hidden message that demands further attention.
This area has been the subject of research for nearly 8 years. Many interesting facts have been discovered throughout this time, but the most amazing discoveries are still to come.