Russia: Archaeologists have found 300 millions of years old screw

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There are numerous archaeological finds that science can not understand. We have encountered countless discoveries that ended in the very findings, which have attracted the attention of researchers but still need to be more clearly explained. Like the infamous 240 million-year-old microchip, this miniature screw is most likely another curious quinoid.

During the exploration of the meteorite remnants, in 1998, a group of Russian scientists near Moscow, they discovered a stone with a firmly fixed bolt inside. Geologists estimated the rock age at 300-320 for millions of years, older than the existence of dinosaurs. Evidence suggests that the atoms of the iron screw and the silicon atoms of the stone actually split and merge, suggesting that the screw is not the last increment in the rock.

Russian scientists have discovered an anomalous "artifact" accidentally, after a meteorite collapse in the Kaluga region in analyzes, encountered a mysterious object that resembled a modern-to-now screw. Scientists were confused and did not know what to think about. Has it come from space? Is this screw a proof of ancient civilizations that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago? Or is it just another fossil creature? The fossil around the screw is about 2 cm long. This was discovered by a scientific expedition carried out by a group called Kosmopoisk, a scientific group responsible for research related to the UFO phenomenon, cryptozoological research and paranormal phenomena.

Originally, they only searched the remains of a meteorite that hit the Kaluga region in Russia. Suddenly they came across a screw and, after paleontological analysis, it became incredible that the age of "stones" was somewhere between 300 and 320 for millions of years. The artifact was analyzed by X-ray technology, which brought the scientist to another shock, allegedly having another screw.

Many scientists have tried to explain the origin and details of the "screw", some suggesting that it could be the remains of Crinoids (the Sea creatures that make up the class of Crinoidea from the order of echinoderms). Many refuse to believe that we are looking at Crinoid, although this is the most accurate explanation. There is a lot of theory about what this object is. Skeptics have harvests and they love to reveal the essence of various discoveries like this, which offer a much simpler response, suggesting that it is nothing, probably the remains of an old factory, a vehicle or anything else that can get, the reader is looking for answers elsewhere without paid great attention to details such as age, and areas where it was found.

So what is it? A screw that proves that extraterrestrial life was on Earth a million years ago? Or is there the possibility that this could be a proof of ancient civilizations in the past that possessed very advanced technologies? How is it possible that the screw could survive "intact" 300 for millions of years? What is his metallic composition? These are some of the questions that still need to be answered in order to get a complete picture of what this object really is.

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5 comments on "Russia: Archaeologists have found 300 millions of years old screw"

  • Motejl says:

    I miss the pitch of the thread so the screw probably does not. Rather, the crinoidea (lilijas).

  • fero says:

    Personally, I am quite skeptical about these findings. Ever since the estimated age of 300 finding millions of years.

    Continents are moving at a rate from 5,7 cm / year on the African plate to 17,2 cm / year at the East Pacific plate. For 300, millions of years are tens of thousands of kilometers. So the earth's surface would look completely different then. The Earth's surface is changing practically everyday. After the explosion of St. Helen volcano in 80. years, the landscape has changed to unrecognizable. Even so slowly began to form coal. And it was not 40 for years.

    It is enough if one of the miners puts a screw into a niche in the rock, forgets it and the rock can absorb it in a relatively short time, thanks to the movement of the plates, which move all over the surface.

    But in this case, I would rather have estimated it for some "home" product.

  • Standa Standa says:

    When I crashed with the cavemen once the decoration from the cave, which was soon to be absorbed by the mine, I found a lot of "screws" like that. According to paleontologists, they were lillies.

    The age would probably sit on the data in the article.

    Example:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a4/Seelilien_%28Crinoidea%29_-_St%C3%A4ngelabschnitte.jpg

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