Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Ancient Knowledge: Nanotechnology

Hartwig Hausdorf, a German writer who researches unexplained phenomena, has drawn attention to the fact that amazing micro-objects have been found in the Urals in recent years. In the years 1991-1993 prospectors on a small river called the Narada, on the eastern side of the Ural Mountains, found unusual and mostly spiral-shaped objects. The expeditions were mounted with a view to exploiting precious and non-ferrous metals in this region, and geological and mineralogical analyses were carried out. The work was carried out under the auspices of the Central Scientific Research Institute for Geology and Prospecting for Precious and Non-Ferrous Metals (ZNIGRI) in Moscow.

The size of the objects ranged from 3 cm down to an incredible 0.003 mm and they have been found mostly at depths between 3 and 12 meters. To date, these strange artifacts have been collected in their thousands from various sites near the rivers Narada, Kozhim and Balbanyu, and also by two smaller streams named Vtvisty and Lapkhevozh.

The micro-objects are composed of various metals. The larger objects are made from copper, while the smaller objects are made from the rare metals tungsten and molybdenum. Tungsten has a high atomic weight with a melting point of 3410 0C. It is used principally for the hardening of special steels, and in unalloyed form for the filaments of light bulbs. Molybdenum also has a high melting point of 2650 0C . This metal is also used for hardening steel and endowing it with corrosion-resistant properties.

At the present time, these mysterious objects are being investigated by the Russian Academy of Sciences in Syktyvka, Moscow, St. Petersburg, and also by a scientific institute in Helsinki, Finland. An initial report on the objects has been released by ZNIGRI in Moscow. Measurements of these often nano-sized objects have revealed that the dimensions of the spirals are in the so-called Golden Mean ratio. These objects are obviously the product of a highly advanced technology; the smaller ones bear a remarkable resemblance to components used in recently developed micro-miniature devices, the so-called nanomachines. This technology is still in its infancy in the twenty first century.

All tests carried out to date give an age for the objects of between 20,000 and 100,000 years, depending on the depth and the location of the site. Who could have created these objects all that time ago? Some speculate that the nano-objects are the work of an alien race, others that they were manufactured by a long lost super civilization that once inhabited the Earth.

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