250 million year old microchip artifact found

Nikolai Kardashev, a Russian astrophysicist, proposed the method for calculating the technical level of a civilization based on its available resources in 1954.

This system is known as the “Kardashian scale” and it ranks civilizations from Type I to Type V. It’s important to remember that people don’t fit into either Type. This is not to say that there has never been a civilization on Earth that falls into these categories. Scientists believe that we are the first advanced civilization, but archeology suggests that Earth’s soil previously hosted a more evolved civilization. A unique rock item discovered in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, pointed to ancient technical progress.

Viktor Morozov was a fisherman from Labinsk Krasnodar Krai who discovered an ancient rock in the Khodz River in 2013. It is worth noting that the stone contained an item similar to a microchip, which caused controversy among scientists about its origin. After inspecting the stone closely, experts determined that it was 250 million years old. Experts have also discovered that the artifact was actually used by ancient civilizations like modern mincers.

The carbon dating method is the best way to determine the age of organic material. It is technically impossible to pinpoint the exact age of any stone. Therefore, the estimated age of the microchip embedded in the stone is calculated using evidence from organic material.

Morozov accidentally discovered the microchip while fishing. Morozov took the microchip and took it to the Southern Russian State Polytechnic University. They ran multiple tests on it without ever removing it.

According to the study, this specimen was 15-11 4.5 cm long and brownish-grey in color. It is an organogenic substance made from fragments of sea lily skeletons known as crinoids. They are a type of echinoderm sea creature.

It was identified as a longitudinal section of a crinoid, an organism similar to sea urchins or starfish by Mat Hyn of Comenius University in Bratislava.

In addition, experts from the research institute said in 2014 that the geochronological age of the stone could be 410 million years. The stone could therefore be from the Silurian era.

This image is a crinoid fossil, or sea lily media deposit.

Crinoids are believed to have disappeared 273 million years ago, until they were found on the ocean floor near the coasts of Honshu in Japan and Shikoku. Scientists have found non-skeletal corals emerging from the stems and sea lilies of Crinoids.

These findings have been exaggerated by conspiracy theorists based on their visual perception.

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