What the heck? Time and Technology

Believe it or not, you decide...

 

 

 

A Russian man found a strange piece of machinery from Vladivostok. The object resembled a piece of a toothed wheel and was embedded in a piece of coal he was using to light a fire. The man became curious and showed his find to some scientists. Testing revealed that the toothed object was almost pure aluminum and almost certainly artificially made. Also, it was 300 million years old.

 

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THE KINGOODIE HAMMER Found in1844 at the Kingoodie Quarry of Scotland, is an IRON NAIL (also with what appears to be a WOODEN HANDLE!!) is found fixed within a Sandstone block from the MESOZOIC ERA! Even though it's unlikely for iron to survive for 400 million yrs & no theories are currently suggested for how this anomaly has come to past. Noone can explain how this iron nail & wooden hammer is so solidly entrenched in a piece of sandstone hundreds of millions of years old!

 

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This shoe print fossil was discovered in a seam of coal in Fisher Canyon, Pershing County, Nevada. It is estimated that the age of this coal is a whopping 15 million years old! And lest you think that this is the fossil of some kind of animal whose shape merely resembles a modern shoe, close-up examination of the fossil reveals that traces of a double line of sewed stitches around the perimeter of the shape are clearly visible. It's about a size 13, and the right side of the heel appears to be more worn down than the left.

 

How does a modern shoe print become impressed in material that would later become coal 15 million years ago? Either:

 

  1. The imprint was made recently and coal does not really take millions of years to form (which science does not support), or...
  2. There were people (or something like people) walking around in shoes 15 million years ago (of which we have no historical record), or...
  3. Time travelers went back in time and carelessly left this show print, or...
  4. It is an elaborate, highly detailed hoax.

 

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While mineral hunting in the mountains of California near Olancha during the winter of 1961, Wallace Lane, Virginia Maxey and Mike Mikesell found a rock, among many others, that they thought was a geode - a good addition for their gem shop. Upon cutting it open, however, Mikesell found an object inside that seemed to be made of white porcelain. In the center was a shaft of shiny metal. Experts estimated that, if this was a geode, it should have taken about 500,000 years for this fossil-encrusted nodule to form, yet the object inside was obviously of sophisticated human manufacture. Further investigation revealed that the porcelain was surround by a hexagonal casing, and an x-ray revealed a tiny spring at one end, like a spark plug. There's a bit of controversy around this artifact, as you can imagine. Some contend that the artifact was not inside a geode at all, but encased in hardened clay. The artifact itself has been identified by experts as a 1920s-era Champion spark plug. Unfortunately, the Coso Artifact has gone missing and cannot be thoroughly examined. Is there a natural explanation for it? Or was it found, as the discoverer claimed, inside a geode? If so, how could a 1920s sparkplug get inside a 500,000-year-old rock?

 

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Miners in South Africa have been digging up mysterious metal spheres. Origin unknown, these spheres measure approximately an inch or so in diameter, and some are etched with three parallel grooves running around the equator. The kicker is that the rock in which they where found is Precambrian - and dated to 2.8 billion years old! Who made them and for what purpose is unknown.

 

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In the summer of 1998, Russian scientists who were investigating the remains of a meteorite 300 km southwest of Moscow discovered a piece of rock which enclosed an iron screw. Geologists estimate that the age of the rock is 300-320 million years. At that time, not only were there no intelligent life forms on earth, there weren't even dinosaurs. Scientists initially thought that the screw was in a farm machine. But the screw was firmly fixed in the rock.

 

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400 Million Year Old Machine Found in Russia. RUSSIA. In the remote Kamchatka peninsula (map below), 200 km from Tigil, University of St. Petersburg archaeologists discovered a strange fossil. The authenticity of the find has been certified. According archaeologist Yuri Golubev, occurs that, in this case the discovery surprised scientists by its nature, at least - unusual, able to change history (or pre-history).

 

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The Nampa Doll is a clay doll discovered in Nampa, Idaho. It measures 1-1/2 inches in length and was brought up by a well drill from a depth of 300 feet. The strata at this depth is dated at about 2 million years old. This figurine was found under several different strata including 15 feet of lava basalt. Also from this depth were brought up many small clay balls. The presence of iron on the surface of the figurine indicates that it is of ancient origin and could not have been hoaxed.

 

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The Baigong Pipes

 

In an area of China not known to ever contain people, let alone industry, there are three mysterious triangular openings on top of a mountain containing hundreds of ancient rusty iron pipes of unknown origin. Some of the pipes go deep into the mountain. Some of them go into a nearby salt water lake. There are more pipes in the lake, and more still running east-west along the lake shore. Some of the larger pipes are 40 cm in diameter, are of uniform size and are placed in what seems like purposeful patterns.

 

So what’s the big deal? Well, archaeologists have dated the pipes to a time when people were still trying to figure out how to cook meat without setting their back-hair on fire, let alone casting iron.

 

 

Oddly, the pipes are clean of debris despite being older than Zeus. This suggests that they were not simply shoved into the ground for the hell of it, but actually used for something. Oh, and did we mention the mountain is completely inhospitable to human life?

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Comments (5)

  1. sadinne

    hmmm..interesting..

    February 03, 2014
    1. EZWAYZ

      somethings out of sync somewhere

      February 04, 2014
      1. sadinne

        sure sounds like it..

        February 04, 2014
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  3. SEC

    or that the “gold standard” of scientific age determination is not as good as people would wish

    June 24, 2016
    1. wirelessguru1

      Of course not.

      June 24, 2016
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