Seeking the Truth: Scientists Investigate the Potential Discovery of Ancient Extraterrestrial Technology in Siberia

NASA published a book looking at extraterrestrial intervention in human history. It explores the possibility that some of the rock art on Earth may be of extraterrestrial origin.

Moreover, in 2009, scientists found an unknown mineral in Siberia that arrived on Earth 4.5 billion years ago, that is, when the solar system was just being formed.

According to an international team of researchers led by scientists from Princeton University, he arrived on Earth with the Khatyrka meteorite, which fell near the Koryak Mountains in Eastern Siberia. When scientists analyzed the mineral, they were not intrigued by its age, but by its atomic structure.

The structure of this mineral has never been found in nature before, although it was artificially created in the laboratory. They are known as “quasicrystals” because they look like crystal on the outside but are noticeably different on the inside.

The researchers studied a small fragment of the mineral. The atoms of matter were arranged in a wide variety of configurations that, based on human understanding of science and chemical composition, were simply not possible in nature.

Quasicrystals have their own dramatic history. Dan Shechtman grew the first quasicrystal in 1982, a discovery so controversial that he was simply asked to leave the research lab. But the evidence was overwhelming: it was a new type of material. Shechtman was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery.

The concept of quasicrystals was first introduced in 1984 by Steinhardt and Dov Levin, then working at the University of Pennsylvania. When the team discovered that the meteorite contained this mysterious, ancient and intricately engineered material, they declared that it could indeed form naturally.

Ufologists and scientists previously assumed that it was in such forms that evidence of extraterrestrial life would be found. Pointing out that quasicrystals, being a new form of matter, should actually be considered as artifacts of artificially created alien technology.

However, no one has been able to explain how these quasicrystals can be formed by natural processes, and hardly anyone will do it. Their “forbidden symmetry” makes it impossible for them to form naturally. Other known quasicrystals, apart from those found in meteorites near the Koryak Mountains, have recently been synthesized by scientists in the laboratory.

In 2017, a team from the Geological and Planetary Sciences Think Tank at the California Institute of Technology discovered 35 new minerals in the Khatyrka meteorite. Site director Chi Ma said “we usually don’t see” such an aluminum-rich metal in space rocks because the aluminum would have reacted to form alumina.

Harvard professor Avi Loeb has suggested that a less explored possibility is that our universe was created in the laboratory of an advanced technological civilization. Since our universe has a flat geometry with “zero net energy”, an advanced civilization could develop technology that created a baby universe from nothing using quantum tunneling.

Could the extraterrestrial material found in the Khatyrka meteorite have been artificially created millions or billions of years ago by an ancient civilization from another world? Was it part of a much more complex technological structure?

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