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Originally posted by mystr
Originally posted by malakiem
Does anyone on here speak italian? I tried googling it and couldn't find anything
Originally posted by malakiem
Do you know anything else about this mystr? I would love to know more about this, it would be cool if the ancients really did use electomagnets in the past. I would like to know if there's any more tidbits, hope i'm not asking to much........
Originally posted by osaitax
Cool, what kind of equipment can be used to detect weak Tesla fields?
"underground, in that property, is something that would not have to be us".
Piero Pecoraro, the scientist that actually is managing the operations around the object said, on august 7th, it should be a meteorite (a meteor crater has been found at dozen of meters (1 meter = 3.280 feet).
In this case, the object isn't less than 50.000 years old.
This scientist said too it will be better to get a sample of the object before bring it to light.
When asked if he finds strange that a meteorite is so regularly shaped, he answered "In fact, the majority of the meteorites which crashes are irregularly shaped".
Is really strange , beyond the shape and the size (strange by himselfs), the high level of magnetism that have been detected.
"Some rumors says that down there could be an UFO"
"In fact the science is always skeptikal when someone thalks of such things. But the science knows too that there is an unexplainable part of the phenomenas."
Originally posted by jollyz
I've found some possible explanation ...
"When they arrived to the place, the magnetometer
hasn't detected significant anomalies:
After almost half an hour, the values
suddenly has changed:
far away from the object it detected values
higher than 20/25 microtesla:
in the vertical of the object the magnetometer
has detected a value of 39 microtesla.
After some seconds, suddenly, the values returned
to 0,1 microtesla."
Argillite" may also refer to Argillite, Kentucky.
An argillite is a fine-grained sedimentary rock composed predominantly of indurated clay particles. Argillites are basically lithified muds and oozes. They contain variable amounts of silt-sized particles. The argillites grade into shale when the fissile layering typical of shale is developed. Another name for poorly lithified argillites is mudstone. These rocks, although variable in composition, are typically high in aluminium and silica with variable alkali and alkaline earth cations. The term pelitic or pelite is often applied to these sediments and rocks. Metamorphism of argillites produces slate, phyllite, and pelitic schist.
The Haida carvings of Queen Charlotte Islands along the coast of British Columbia are notable aboriginal art treasures created from variably colored argillites.