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  1. #1 Out of place artefacts 
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    Hello guys,

    I wanna know what you guys think of this:


    http://www.kmatthews.org.uk/cult_arc...tefacts_5.html

    I researched a bit and it appears that 200 of them have been found, there are 2 sorts of metal spheres, solid and hollow with a white spongy stuff in it that turns to dust a short while after the sphere is openend, they are between 2.5 and 10 cm, they appear to be so pefectly balanced that even the California Space Institute couldnt measure how perfect they were (they measure objects for NASA), some other institute measured that its perfect to 1/100.000 of a centimeter.

    This is what i found on the internet on english, dutch and german websites. I dont claim that its true.

    So can anyone tell me about it?


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    Hello guys,

    I wanna know what you guys think of this:


    http://www.kmatthews.org.uk/cult_arc...tefacts_5.html

    I researched a bit and it appears that 200 of them have been found, there are 2 sorts of metal spheres, solid and hollow with a white spongy stuff in it that turns to dust a short while after the sphere is openend, they are between 2.5 and 10 cm, they appear to be so pefectly balanced that even the California Space Institute couldnt measure how perfect they were (they measure objects for NASA), some other institute measured that its perfect to 1/100.000 of a centimeter.
    LittleChip; Don't know what worries the powers on this forum more, bringing back old post or a first time poster. I've corrected your site, is legitimate and though interesting, and fits the original thread message. I have little to suggest, other than it disintegrated on it's own, it's likely these objects formed under temperature and pressure with in the matter of these old mines. I doubt they were tools from aliens or ancient humans. As for the original message, Neanderthals, were around 40k to possibly 3 hundred thousand years ago and their is evidence they used tools. It's possible other human ancestors used rudimentary tools and it's NOT impossible other primates (monkey/apes) could have developed tools of sorts, certainly back 20-30 million years.
    Welcome to the forum.....

    http://www.kmatthews.org.uk/cult_arc...tefacts_5.html
    In the Wonderstone Mines at Ottosdal (West Transvaal, South Africa), hundreds of metallic spheres have been found over several decades in pyrophillite (or wonderstone) deposits of Precambrian date, some 2.8 billion years old.
    The Professorís publication of his results was greeted with disbelief and he was branded a liar. Resigning from Beijing Academy, he emigrated to Japan, where he died shortly afterwards. Nevertheless, Russian scientists became interested in the disks; several were sent to Moscow, where a chemical analysis found that the disks contained large amounts of cobalt.


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    Merging from the Forbidden Archaeology thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by jackson33
    LittleChip; Don't know what worries the powers on this forum more, bringing back old post or a first time poster. I've corrected your site, is legitimate and though interesting, and fits the original thread message.
    "The powers" are quite open to discussion on their moderating decisions. If you disagree with something I do, just tell me so and explain why. It's rather bad form to try and circumvent a call I've made without at least sending a PM or bringing it up in Site Feedback. To answer your question, we've had some very serious difficulties with new posters spamming dubious links and resurrecting dead threads. At best it's annoying, particularly since other users will often not realise that the "new" thread is actually old and that the OP is not going to engage with them. At worst there has been some concern that some of the links are intended to run malicious code. Having taken the time to look at this link myself I see no issue, and it was my intention to suggest to the LittleChip that s/he make a new thread rather than use the old one, but you've done that yourself. I'm happy to let this new thread stand in this case, but please, a little courtesy next time.
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    The fact that they're mostly iron, and embedded in metamorphized rock, suggests to me that in a plastic state they may have turned and turned toward magnetic north with every pole reversal. This could explain the disc or sphere shape, and the grooves.

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    Regarding the grooves. The fossil bearing strata of the Klondike mountain formation has a number of layers that experienced heavy mineralization prior to lithification. Numerous iron disulfide nodules formed in the sediments and most show groves and/or restriction in the size of one of the sections of the sphere do to differences in the layers the nodule formed through.
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