400 millions of years old gears

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Again, one of the archaeological finds to which official archeology does not say much. An unknown petrified device contains dozens of toothed wheels of varying size. According to geological finds, the artifact is estimated to be at least 400 of millions of years old.

The artifact was found in Kamchatka - 240 kilometers from Tigil. The first subject was explored by a team of archaeologists around Yuri Golubjov. Archaeologists are confused because, according to the official doctrine of 400, for millions of years, man still did not exist, so the question is, who was able to build such a thing at all?

Spectral analysis confirmed that the object consists of metal parts (wheels are metallic). Archaeologists speculate whether it could be part of a clock machine or a counter (mechanical computer).

This particular finding suggests the existence of intelligent beings that the device had to assemble. It is also necessary to allow the possibility that the authors did not come from Earth.

There are more such unusual archaeological finds. For example, fossil hammers and / or shoe prints have been found along with prehistoric animals. The most famous subject is then a mechanical computer from the Antiquary. For him, the age is estimated to be only 2200 years, but no one can tell with certainty when it actually came into being. So if he is not much older.

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12 comments on "400 millions of years old gears"

  • JP says:

    Hello,
    I have already read about these Gears, but I would be interested in the specific composition of the metal. What elements do they contain and what they represent?
    Do not you know anything about it?
    Thank you
    JP

    • M says:

      Above all, it is in the spot to say, and surprisingly, it did not sound like it did not look like a toothed wheel. They are just discs with some notches on the sides, but the toothed wheel looks and for the proper function it must look quite different from the tooth profile. These gears only schematically recall.
      Behold, therefore, as a relevant explanation from natural scientists.

      • S. S. says:

        I did not solve my teeth myself for several reasons:
        1. it is a dog machine or geometric problem that would be difficult to explain in a small space of posts.
        2. I found quite a lot of petrified lilijas (we crashed the cave decorators from the caves that swallowed the fragments) and I tried how easily they break into individual wheels and how the quarries are crouched. So I did not really care to deal with it deeper from the point of view of engineering.

        • M says:

          I was especially concerned that even if someone did not know about some lilijas (which is my case), then it should be seen from the point of view that the gears can not be.
          What this really is, is another question, and if a person is interested in her, she can easily track her.

          By the way, I would be quite interested in the story that stood at the birth of this thought. On the one hand, I understand that the picture itself will almost evoke the gearwheels. On the other hand, if someone has gone after what is fossilized, where is it, how old, etc., so that he can then write how hundreds of millions of years old gears are here, then it is very doubtful that he did not find information about what it really is. Thus, as is often the case in this area, it is deliberately misleading the message.
          The fact that the alternative sites take over without interference, without the person immediately realizing that it does not look like a cogwheel, is another chapter.

  • S. S. says:

    Do you ever have a link to a concrete analysis of material?
    The wheels look almost exactly the same as the fallen lilies. If there are more broken pieces, it is possible to find not only "toothed wheels" but also "bolts", "washers", "o-rings" and the like.

    You will find a lot of similar services in Kamchatka, but also in Czech Karst.

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