Ancient alien technology? “Evidence” found in Siberia
Experts have discovered a mineral not found on Earth that may be evidence of ancient alien technology in Siberia.
In 2009, scientists from Siberia discovered an unknown mineral that arrived on Earth 4.5 billion years ago, when the solar system was created. The material was found in some sort of box, which was taken to the Italian Museum of Natural History in Florence and which experts say is evidence of ancient alien technology.
Ancient alien technology on Earth?
It would have arrived on Earth at the same time as the Khatyrka meteorite, which fell over the Koryak mountains in eastern Siberia. This is explained by an international team of researchers led by Princeton University.
When experts analyzed the mineral, its atomic structure puzzled them more than its age.
The structure of the mineral has never been found in nature, so it is likely to be man-made. They are called “quasi-crystals” because they look like glass on the outside, but are very different on the inside.
According to human understanding of science and chemical composition, the atoms of matter are arranged in various ways that cannot be formed naturally.
These quasicrystals have a dramatic history. Dan Shechtman cultivated the first material in 1982, a discovery so controversial that he was asked to leave the research lab.
However, the evidence was overwhelming: it was a new type of material. Shechtman received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2011 for his discovery. The concept of quasicrystals was first proposed in 1984 at the University of Pennsylvania, when the team discovered that meteorites contained a mysterious, ancient and complex material.
It was first thought that they may have formed naturally, describing them as “quasi-periodic” objects found in the periodic table. But although they present a pattern that fills all available mass, they lack what experts and mathematicians call a “translational system.”
Alien civilizations in the distant past
For years it was believed that extraterrestrial evidence could be found this way. Especially since quasicrystals look more like evidence of ancient technology than a natural formation.
Moreover, no one has been able to explain their origin by natural processes… and it is unlikely that anyone will ever. Its constraining symmetry makes natural formation impossible, as proven by laboratory analyses.
As the material is also very hard, with low friction properties and low thermal conductivity, it is an extremely useful product for various high-speed technologies, such as coating aircraft or stealth fighters. Which confirms the theory of ancient technology.
In 2017, a team from Caltech Geology and Planetary Science discovered 35 new minerals in the Hatyrka meteorite. Chee Ma, supervisor of the study, said such aluminum-rich material is not usually observed because aluminum reacts to form aluminum oxide.
The Khatyrka meteorite is the only meteorite found that contains metallic aluminum. The fragment containing 3 new minerals is in the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution.
If such material is not created by nature, what is its origin and how did it end up in the ancient meteorite?
Avi Loeb offered a possibility: our universe was created in a laboratory by a technologically advanced civilization.
Thanks to the flat “net zero energy” geometry of our universe, an advanced civilization could develop technology using quantum tunneling to create a new universe from scratch.
Could this really be evidence of ancient alien technology? Perhaps Siberia could hide further evidence that an ancient alien civilization visited Earth in the distant past.