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22 Dec

(Paul Heinrich) Spheres with fine grooves around them found in mines in South Africa have been said by some to be naturally formed masses of mineral matter.

Others have said they were precisely shaped by a prehistoric human hand.

Estimated to be some 200,000 to 400,000 years old, some say it’s a natural formation while others say it’s clearly man-made. John Geissman at the University of Texas in Dallas tested the rocks as part of a History Channel documentary.

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A landmass is shown to jut out from the southern coastline of South America. He was a Harvard-educated historian whose theories about geological shifts earned the admiration of Albert Einstein.

Oopart (out-of-place artifact) is a term applied to dozens of prehistoric objects found in various places around the world that seem to show a level of technological advancement incongruous with the times in which they were made.

Many scientists attempt to explain them using natural phenomena.

“The batteries have always attracted interest as curios,” Dr.

Paul Craddock, a metallurgy expert at the British Museum, told the BBC in 2003. As far as we know, nobody else has found anything like these.