A recent allegation was made by the Russian study group Kosmopoisk Group, which examines UFOs and odd activity, that it had discovered a screw that was one inch long and 300 million years old.
They further asserted that an X-ray of the rock showed the presence of a second screw. However, the team haven’t permitted international archaeologists to examine the object, and they haven’t revealed the material of which the screw was made as well.
Since the device was first discovered, there has been significant debate since archaeologists have chosen to dismiss the idea that it was an old screw in favor of a less intriguing explanation.
You’re right if you’re wondering if you’ve seen an image like this before. The crinoid was the inspiration for the alien in the 1979 movie with the same name.
Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual said: “Lots of out-of-place artefacts have been reported, such as nails or even tools embedded in ancient stone. These stories may misrepresent natural formations.
There is still a lot of disagreement over the object, and until the Kosmopoisk Group discloses specific information about the’screw’s’ substance, it is unlikely that any agreement will be achieved very soon.
Let’s hope that no aliens of any type will insert their embryos inside of us.
H/T: Daily Mail Online
Artist Creates An Enchanting World Where Humans Live With Giants Animals
A mysterious Japanese artist, who goes by the pseudonym of Ariduka55 on social media channels, specializes in drawing illustrations that...
18 Lovely Animals With The Most Adorable Expressions Ever
Many people think that humans are special and unique animals who have emotions, but as it turns out, we are...
“I’m Not Kidding”, Baby Hippo Yells Out For Help After A Bird Flock Land On Its Back
We each respond to the same thing differently. It makes sense because everyone has a different point of view. Guys,...
Two Loving Frogs Spotted Sharing A Warm Hug Under Flower In The Rain
Although the animal realm is constantly filled with spectacular moments, not all of us are fortunate enough to see them....
The Birth Of Six Marmot Pups At Toronto Zoo Raises Hopes For Endangered Vancouver Island Species
Victoria Island Marmot (Marmota vancouverensis) is a mammal endemic to Canada, found only on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Unfortunately, it...