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In 1996 the creature resembling alien rather than a human being, was found in the village in Ural region, and only 7 years later, in April 2004, scientists revealed the creature"s real origin. This story goes back to 1996 to village Kaolinovy near the provincial town of Kyshtym in Chelyabinsk region. The female villager found the weird creature in the outskirts of the village.
The creature had tiny onion-shaped head which looked like it was composed of five petals. The little creature had no ears, huge slanting catlike eyes occupied the biggest part of its face. The creature could not talk, but it started whistling quietly to attract the lady"s attention.
Famous expert on UFOs Vadim Chernobrov followed the story from the very beginning. He conducted his own investigation and received the fabric the creature was wrapped in. Chernobrov passed the fabric to Moscow Institute of General Genetics for DNA analysis.
On April 15, 2004 the scientist made an official statement, "The analysis of the blood spots on the fabric detected DNA of a human being. We proved that Kyshtym creature was a prematurely born female baby with many deviations".
So, no sensation happened. Aleshenka was not an alien. However, there are still questions to answer. How could such a creature be brought to life? Could the pollution of the environment influence the creature? Does the fact that such a creature was born, mean that a human being is degrading?
The accident occurred at a facility involved in processing and storage of nuclear wastes. Following removal of plutonium, liquid high-level nitrate-containing wastes were stored in underground stainless steel tanks in concrete trenches. The tanks were located about 2 km from the plant, each with a volume of about 300 cubic meters. The tanks included heat exchangers to remove heat buildup in the tanks. The heat exchanger on one tank was shut down in 1956 due to a fault, and it was concluded it was safe to leave the tank uncooled. However, water evaporation in the tank allowed a buildup of nitrates and acetates on the surface of the tank's contents, in contact with air, before a spark from monitoring equipment detonated the contents on 29 Sept. 1957. This chemical explosion had an energy release of 5-10 tons of TNT, releasing about 70-80 tons of wastes with a total activity of about 20 megacuries. Of this, about 18 megacuries was deposited in the immediate area of the explosion site and about 2 megacuries was dispersed over a large area downwind.
Academician Yury Zakharov disregards that version that the creature"s deviations were caused by radiation, "Indeed, the environment is polluted in the Southern Urals. There have been some mutations of animals and plants in the region, but believe me - radiation cannot influence human organism this much to cause mutation".
"Person"s exposure to radiation can cause cancer and some other illnesses, but not more than this", says Academician Anatoly Tsyb.
The only research of the influence of radiation to people was conducted in Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1946 and revealed that radiation can cause only one kind of mutation in human - small size of brain. However, Aleshenka had different deviations.