NASA produced a book about alien interference in 2014. It analyzes if some Earthly rock art is alien.
In 2009, scientists uncovered a mineral in Siberia that arrived when the solar system was 4.5 billion years old.
This odd and weird item was found in a Florence museum’s box.
According to a Princeton-led multinational team of academics, he landed on Earth with the Khatyrka meteorite, which crashed in Eastern Siberia. The mineral’s atomic structure, not its age, fascinated scientists.
This mineral’s structure was developed in the lab and has never been discovered in nature. “Quasicrystals” appear like crystal but are different on the inside.
A mineral piece was investigated. Matter’s atoms were structured in ways that, based on human understanding of physics and chemistry, aren’t feasible in nature.
Quasicrystals have a tumultuous past. Dan Shechtman created the first quasicrystal in 1982; he was ordered to leave the facility.
It was a novel substance, the evidence showed. Shechtman won the 2011 Chemistry Nobel Prize.
Steinhardt and Dov Levin at Penn introduced quasicrystals in 1984.
When the scientists discovered this old, precisely designed substance in a meteorite, they said it may occur naturally.
“This discovery provides important evidence that quasicrystals can form in nature under astrophysical conditions and suggests that this phase of matter can remain stable for billions of years,” said physicist Paul Steinhardt, Albert Einstein Professor of Natural Sciences at Princeton.
Ufologists and scientists anticipated alien life would be found in such forms. Quasicrystals, a novel kind of substance, are extraterrestrial artifacts.
No one can explain how quasicrystals arise naturally, and few will.
“Forbidden symmetry” prevents natural formation. Scientists have recently created quasicrystals other than those discovered in Koryak meteorites.
Very rigid, with little friction and thermal conductivity, quasicrystals are employed in high speed technology like aircraft coatings and stealth fighters.
In 2017, an MIT team found 35 new minerals in the Khatyrka meteorite. Site director Chi Ma stated “we normally don’t observe” aluminum-rich metal in space pebbles because the aluminum forms alumina.
The Khatyrka meteorite includes aluminum, he noted. A meteorite piece containing three new minerals is currently at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, which has over 600,000 specimens.
Some say that nature didn’t generate this substance. How did this unusual substance get up in a meteorite?
Harvard professor Avi Loeb suggests that our cosmos was formed by a sophisticated technological civilisation.
Since our universe has a flat geometry and “zero net energy,” a sophisticated civilization may build a baby universe through quantum tunneling.
Could the Khatyrka meteorite’s extraterrestrial elements have been manufactured by an ancient alien civilization? Part of a complicated tech structure?