These 5 Mysterious Out of the Place Artifacts are Unexplainable

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300 Million Old Wheel

Whilst drilling the coal coking stratum named J3 ‘Sukhodolsky’ at a depth of 900 meters (2952.76 feet) from the surface, workers were surprised to find what appears to be the imprint of a wheel above them in the sandstone roof of the tunnel that they had just excavated.

This Carboniferous rock aged between 360-300 million years ago, suggesting a possible age of the imprint at around 300 million years old. This would mean that an actual wheel became stuck millions of years ago and dissolved over time due to a process and now visible with remains fossil.

The Earth was so young 300 million years ago, the first land animals had yet to evolve into dinosaurs, most scientists believe.

If that’s the case, how do you explain the discovery in Russia of a piece of a gear shift — a common machine part — embedded into a hunk of 300-million-year-old coal. Has this artifact been correctly identified? And if so, who could have made this thing? And for what purpose?

Dropa Stone

Inside a cave found in the Himalayan mountains, a professor of archeology and his students stumbled upon a very large cache of 12,000-year-old stone discs and several 4-foot tall skeletons. Each stone disc is about one foot wide and features two fine grooves inscribed which spiral from the edge to the disc’s 3/4” center hole.
In the cave where the Dropa Stones were found, the walls were carved with depictions of the sun, moon, and stars, along with several small dots connecting the Earth to the sky.

The 716 stone discs found are not quite like the Phaistos Disc of Greece, though they are also finely decorated with a series of glyphs. Dropa glyphs on the stones are so small that a magnifying glass is required to read them and several have succumbed to erosion over the years.

Due to both of these factors, and the language itself, a definitive translation is still not available. Controversy over non-glyph discs and researchers attempting to translate the contents has lead to skepticism willing to dismiss any and all credible evidence along with related theories. It would be very difficult to decipher a language with an unknown source or without any foundation based on known human languages. Until links are found, literally connecting the dots of the Dropa Stones, the translations and true answers remain a mystery.

50000 Years Old Spark Plug

The carefully shaped ceramic, metallic shaft and copper components hint at some form of electrical instrument. The closest modern apparatus that researchers have been able to equate it with is a spark plug.

The Coso artifact is an object claimed by its discoverers to be a spark plug encased in a lump of hard clay or rock which were encased in a 500000 year old geode. The dating of Cosmo artefact make it out of place artefact.

A spark plug encased in a 500,000-year-old “geode” created a substantial scientific and historical anomaly, as spark plugs were invented in the 19th century.

Critics say that the stone matrix containing the artifact is not a geode, but a concretion that can be explained by natural processes that can take place over decades or years.

20000 Years Old Transformer

A stone was found of unusual shape on the territory of Kosovo in the area of ​​the Shar-Planina mountain ridge in which an electromagnetic coil is built. And the coil of copper wires is not simply inserted into the cut groove, but it makes up a whole with the stone as if the stone was melted, and then gave it the necessary shape to create a transformer.

This stone is not less than 20,000 years old. In addition to the stone, the coil with copper wires, the artifact contains an insulator whose composition differs from the surrounding material and having convex bands in a circle resembling a carving and it is also fused into a stone, like the coil itself, and on the other side of the stone, there are 4 Symmetrically located openings, which most likely represent holes for wires and collect energy received from the transformer.

Malta Tracks

Misrah Ghar il-Kbir is best known for its “cart ruts”, a complex network of tracks carved in the rock in the island of Malta. The age and purpose of the tracks are uncertain.

These ancient grooves have puzzled experts for centuries. Some of the strange tracks deliberately plunge off cliffs or continue off land and into the ocean. Who made these enigmatic tracks, and why?

Dubbed cart ruts due to their resemblance to tracks left by carts, it’s not known for certain how or why they were made. These clearly man-made ruts are dual channels, parallel grooves etched into the limestone bedrock of the islands.

Some of the ruts are narrow and deep, squared off as if cut with tools, while others are wide, V shaped, and shallow, as if worn away by time and use. Does this indicate different vehicles for different uses, or does it simply mean the tracks have been weather-worn differently?

Researchers believe that “The underlying rock in Malta is weak and when it’s wet it loses about 80 percent of its strength. The carts would have first made tracks in the soil but when that eroded, the cartwheels ran directly on the bedrock, making it easier for other carts to follow the same tracks.

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