Using human saliva for fermentation is known in Japan as much as in this country grow rice. In the era of the Jomon peasants chew starchy foods like acorns, millet and buckwheat to start the fermentation process. Amylase enzyme contained in human saliva breaks down complex sugars in the products, after which wild yeast can feed on these sugars and convert them into alcohol. With the era of the first versions appeared rice sake. Continue reading “Meals and drinks that are prepared with ingredients from human body”
It’s small, like an alien creature was found in the Atacama desert a few years ago. His height is about fifteen centimeters.
It was sold to Ramon Navia Osorio, a wealthy businessman from Barcelona, who runs the Spanish Institute exobiological Research – UFO organization, founded in 1975. Continue reading “The body of the famous Atacama humanoid contains a nonhuman DNA”