Crashed Alien Ship Leads to Breakthrough NASA Discovery
Ever wonder how those little green men survive in space for hundreds of years? Well, the secret to their survival isn't preserved dog treats or eating human brains, no it is the fact that they engage in a strict and rigorous HCG diet
(prHWY.com) May 31, 2012 - Seattle, WA -- Ever wonder how those little green men survive in space for hundreds of years? Well, the secret to their survival isn't preserved dog treats or eating human brains, no it is the fact that they engage in a strict and rigorous HCG diet every two to three months.
"One of the biggest things holding our space program back is the ability to live and breathe in space without support of supplies we brought from Earth", explained program director for NASA, John Hopper. "This recent discovery that aliens are able to survive in space for prolonged periods of time because of an HCG diet may just be the breakthrough we've been waiting for."
The discovery of this astounding diet secret came after a crashed in the Nevada desert last month. In an effort to cover up the existence of aliens, representatives from the FBI, LVPD, and NASA were called to the scene. Once on the scene they opened up the space ship to discover three aliens, injured but alive.
"We were not expecting to find anyone on the scene", said FBI media rep, Jennifer Hogan. "I can confirm that there were three injuries, but whether those are human or aliens I cannot confirm or deny due to privacy issues."
According to an unknown source who wishes to remain anonymous, the three aliens were taken back to FBI headquarters where they were put through a battery of tests and questioned at length regarding space technology and their practices in space. It was during one of these four hour questioning sessions, that experts discovered that they were using HCG diets to live on.
The HCG diet relies upon the use of a hormone that is produced by the body to lose weight rapidly. Researchers believe that something in space causes the hormone to produce effects that lead to it helping the body live and breathe, instead of suffocating in space.
"When the human body is in space the stuff that happens is simply amazing", said NASA rep, Hopper. "It is no surprising that this diet has that type of reverse effect in space. Things are always so backwards in space, and this is just another example."
NASA researchers plan to try out the HCG diet
on the next trip into space. The effects have been fairly positive when put through routine lab tests in the NASA labs, but researchers need to test it in space before they can make a final commitment to the fact that this does indeed work.
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