A team of archaeologists was surprised during an investigation to find strange microscopic objects. Are there mysterious nanostructures in the Ural Mountains in Russia?
During a geological investigation for the extraction of gold in 1991, a group of archaeologists was on the banks of the rivers Balbanyu, Narada y Kozhim, in the Ural Mountains. In the process, they found nanostructures. Some extremely strange microscopic objects.
Nanostructures in the Ural Mountains
Due to the tiny dimensions Of the structures, various theorists suggest that they were made by a very ancient advanced civilization.
This civilization could have developed nanotechnology approximately 300,000 years ago.
Metal shafts, coils, and spirals were found which make up the list of rare nano parts. These objects were found embedded in a rock that was more than 100,000 years old
This nanotechnology, in addition, was classified as an Oopart, or an object out of time. Scientists agreed that it is impossible for such technology to be around 300,000 years old.
For an object to be considered an Oopart, it must be unique and little known in historical or paleontological archaeological records. Scientists classify it as something “anomalous” since they are found when and where they should not be. Hence, it contradicts the traditional story.
Mainstream research regarding these objects is generally looking for a logical explanation. For archeology, it is impossible to affirm that there was a degree of technology and culture more advanced than known by the academic world.
However, alternative researchers are convinced of the existence of ancient astronauts. Or extraterrestrial beings that visited Earth in the past.
Investigation Of This Amazing Discovery
The study was originally conducted by the Russian Academy of Sciences in Syktyvkar. After performing different tests on the nanostructures, the experts found strange features.
The larger pieces are made of pure copper, the smallest was molybdenum and tungsten. These metals have been used in the manufacture of missiles and spaceships thanks to their high resistance to high temperatures.
The length of the smallest object is only one-tenth of an inch.
Subsequently, intensive investigations were conducted at facilities in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Helsinki in order to find clues about the origin of these objects.
The scientists concluded that these components were not products of nature, but their origin is artificial. In short, they were built.
Experts said the nanostructures were the rocket parts from the Plesetsk launch base.
However, a report that was made in 1966, excluded this possibility, since the analysis showed that they were found too deep inside the earth.
As if the discovery of these objects was not mysterious enough, the Ural Mountains have always been the subject of theories and strange events.
One of the most enigmatic events to take place in the region was the Dyatlov Pass incident. A group of Russian hikers was found dead in strange circumstances.
Many theories were created from the event, from UFOs, secret experiments. Even from a Yeti or unknown tribes.