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Francis Crick, the co-discoverer of the double-helix structure of the DNA in 1953, believed that an advanced extraterrestrial race intentionally brought the seeds of life on Earth.This theory is called Directed Panspermia. Crick introduced this in his book “Life On Earth,” published in the 1960s.

Francis Crick, the co-discoverer of the double-helix structure of the DNA in 1953, believed that an advanced extraterrestrial race intentionally brought the seeds of life on Earth.

This theory is called Directed Panspermia. Crick introduced this in his book “Life On Earth,” published in the 1960s.

Beginning in 1924, the Soviet biologist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov - renowed for his advances in artificial insemination technology - started experimenting in creating human-ape hybrids. He inseminated three chimpanzees with human sperms in 1927, but all failed to become pregnant. This is because of the inequal number of pairs of chromosomes in the cells of chimps (24) and humans (23). In 1929, they started gathering at least 5 volunteer human females to be inseminated with chimpanzee sperms, but Ivanov discovered that his source of chimapzee sperm has died. In 1930, however, he was arrested and exiled. There are theories that the project was initiated by Joseph Stalin himself, who wanted a “living war machine” insensitive to pain and hardship.

Beginning in 1924, the Soviet biologist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov - renowed for his advances in artificial insemination technology - started experimenting in creating human-ape hybrids. 

He inseminated three chimpanzees with human sperms in 1927, but all failed to become pregnant. This is because of the inequal number of pairs of chromosomes in the cells of chimps (24) and humans (23). In 1929, they started gathering at least 5 volunteer human females to be inseminated with chimpanzee sperms, but Ivanov discovered that his source of chimapzee sperm has died. In 1930, however, he was arrested and exiled. 

There are theories that the project was initiated by Joseph Stalin himself, who wanted a “living war machine” insensitive to pain and hardship.

Mel Gibson grew up in an anti-Semitic family. His father, Hutton Gibson, believed that the Holocaust actually never happened, believing that this was staged by the Jews so that the world would pity them. He also believed that the late Pope John Paul II was a Muslim.

Mel Gibson grew up in an anti-Semitic family. His father, Hutton Gibson, believed that the Holocaust actually never happened, believing that this was staged by the Jews so that the world would pity them. He also believed that the late Pope John Paul II was a Muslim.

 In 1997, 39 members of the Heaven’s Gate cult committed suicide in the United States’ largest mass suicide ever related to dangerous cults. They believed that their souls would be transported in a UFO behind the comet Hale-Bopp, which was then approaching Earth, so they could avoid the impending Armageddon they believed to be coming in the year 2000.

 In 1997, 39 members of the Heaven’s Gate cult committed suicide in the United States’ largest mass suicide ever related to dangerous cults. They believed that their souls would be transported in a UFO behind the comet Hale-Bopp, which was then approaching Earth, so they could avoid the impending Armageddon they believed to be coming in the year 2000.

» In the 1500s, Elizabeth Báthory, then Countess of Transylvania in modern-day Romania, tortured, sexually abused, and murdered more than 600 young girls so she could bathe in their own blood. This was an effort to keep her eternally young.Because of this, Báthory came to be known as history’s first female serial killer.

» In the 1500s, Elizabeth Báthory, then Countess of Transylvania in modern-day Romania, tortured, sexually abused, and murdered more than 600 young girls so she could bathe in their own blood. This was an effort to keep her eternally young.

Because of this, Báthory came to be known as history’s first female serial killer.