I know about tungsten and it is extremely hard and without the use of highly sophisticated cutters it will do nothing but shatter. So if the carbon
dating is correct on this, I would have to say ancient civilizations long ago had extremely advanced technology. If the dating is off, then well screw
As regards the age of the strata which contain the tungsten and molybdenum artefacts, Dr Matveyeva states as follows: The layer which contains the
spiral-shaped objects is characterised as gravel and detritus deposits of No. 3 stratum, which in our view, show inner-sedimentary erosion of
polygenetic accumulative layers (i.e. layers composed of material of various origins). From their orientation these layers can be dated to 100,000
years and correspond to the lying parts (i.e. the lower regions) of the Mikulinsk horizon of the upper Pleistocene.
there is so much history to be uncovered on our own world yet we focus on space exploration. If we understood the past we could better understand
ourselves, besides who knows what technologies lay hidden on our own world. This discovery just goes to prove that.
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