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Another Crinoid Stem Mistaken For Paleozoic High Technology

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Oxytropidoceras

Another crinoid stem, in this case an off-center

cross-section of a crinoid stem columnal, has been
mistaken / misrepresented as Paleozoic prehistoric
ancient technology (Ooparts). Go see "To us on Earth
For an English translation see Google Translate
or use Google Chrome. Google Translate is at
Yours,
Paul h.
Edited by Oxytropidoceras

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Auspex

Are they serious? Or is it a simple hoax?

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JUAN EMMANUEL

What is the language of the article? It looks Cyrilic.

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Herb

Good Grief :blink:

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fossilized6s

Crinoids, at first thought to be a plant, then they became an animal, now they're turning into robots.....dun..dun...dunnnnnn! Great googly moogly Batman!

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Missourian

The pattern on the chip indicates that it was originally used to regulate locks in Martian canals.

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tmaier

Direct link to translated page...

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.u-f.ru/News/u20/2014/11/22/695129

WHOAA! This is obviously a computer punch card from an ancient alien Cyber 9000. I used to use those back in the late 70's! These miniature ones from 250 million years ago MUST be from an advanced civilization!

post-16101-0-47123500-1416866060.jpeg

There must also be a teletype terminal with a card reader somewhere in that formation...

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Oxytropidoceras

The proponents of ancient alien visitations to earth are going

nuts over this crinoid stem, which they have hopelessly

confused with ancient technology. Go see:

A. Discovery Of A Stone With A Chip 200,000,000 Year Labinsk

Russia by UFOvni2012,

and https://web.archive.org/save/http://areazone51ufos.blogspot.be/2014/11/russie-decouverte-dune-pierre-avec-une.html

B. Alien electronic chip age 450 million years Labinsk

Russia, микросхему инопланетян Лабинск в России

and https://web.archive.org/save/http://hainanwel.com/en/unusual-world/4582-alien-electronic-chip.html

C. Venemaal leiti mikrokiipi meenutava objektiga kivi,

mille vanus on umbes 250 miljonit aastat

either http://artefaktidjafenomenid.blogspot.com/2014/11/venemaal-leiti-mikrokiibiga-kivi-mille.html or

https://web.archive.org/web/20141129145543/http://artefaktidjafenomenid.blogspot.com/2014/11/venemaal-leiti-mikrokiibiga-kivi-mille.html

Fortunately, there are still many realistic and

rational people in this world as seen in:

История армавирского камня с «микрочипом»

either http://www.ufo-com.net/publications/art-7684-kamen-s-mikrochipom.html

or https://web.archive.org/web/20141129051607/http://www.ufo-com.net/publications/art-7684-kamen-s-mikrochipom.html

Also look at “Fossil Russian Screws” - Practical Internet

Jokes Using Crinoid Fossils" at http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/37499-fossil-russian-screws-practical-internet-jokes-using-crinoid-fossils/

Yours,

Paul H.

Edited by Oxytropidoceras

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Auspex

Obsessive-compulsive delusions can be pretty amazing.

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tmaier

Your pessimism is bumming me out. :(

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Missourian

The matrix kind of looks like lunar breccia. They might as well make the tale more 'interesting' and say the Mooninites brought it to Earth. (Edit: they may have already said all that, but I wasn't interested enough to read the 'articles'. :) )

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tmaier

Those aren't "chips". They are paleozoic computer punch cards. Chips were invented until the early Jurassic.

Sheeesh...

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Triceratops

Face palm

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