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Archeologists Find Fossil Mechanism 400 Million Years Old
13.09.2012 10:25
Archeologists Find Fossil Mechanism 400 Million Years Old

Petersburg archeologists working in Kamchatka have found fossils that turned to be parts of a mechanism. 

      Remarkable is the age of the find: the details are about 400 million years old. 

      Even the most courageous hypothesis about the age of mankind does not ascribe such a long life to people on the Earth. So researchers assume that the found mechanism might be of extraterrestrial origin.

      According to the archeologist Yury Golubev, initially tourists found the details of a mechanism 230 kilometers away from the Tigil Village. We went to that place and at first did not understand what we saw. There were hundreds of gear cylinders, which turned to be details of a vehicle. They were in an excellent condition as though they had been frozen in a short period of time. We had to control the site, because soon curious people started to come there in big numbers”.

      Russian archeologists shared the results of their discovery with colleagues from the USA, and they confirmed that the found fossils are obviously parts of a car.

      Experts suppose that the mechanism could remain for such a long time due to being “conserved”, for example, in a bog. The thing is that these objects turned into fossils in rather a short period by geological standards.


Author: Vera Manykina

Tags: Archeology Kamchatka Anomaly   

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