780,000 Years Ago A 2,000 Meter-Length UFO Kept Close to Earth’s Orbit Before Reaching the Surface
There are two conceivable outcomes when an enormous body falls towards Earth at these enormous speeds: Either the object will be accelerated by our planet’s gravity or it will hit the surface. The nature of the second scenario is devastating.
However, NASA studies showed that the object had placed itself into orbit, perhaps with the ability to decelerate. While some rocky bodies the size of cars or smaller are known to briefly orbit the Earth our planet is simply too big to have such an impact on objects with diameters larger than a few kilometers. The small rocky worlds of the inner solar system don’t have the same gravitational effects as Jupiter and Saturn, which are known to deflect fast-moving comets.
The strange visitor experienced a prolonged process of superheating or self-fusion that reduced it to glass after an unknown time in orbit. Then, from Antarctica to southern China, drops of frozen liquid glass began to fall from the sky.
According to a chemical analysis of the recovered debris whatever this thing had contained a significant amount of aluminum, iron, calcium oxide, magnesium oxide, potassium oxide and various trace elements, in addition to the quartz crystal which is an essential material. for our information processing technologies. A surprising number of them are composed with characteristics that could be important for spacecraft design.
The evidence for this attack is in the form of the tektites. They are fragments of terrestrial material that the impact superheated, melted and then threw into the atmosphere. Although some are larger, tektites are typically centimeter-sized pieces of green or black glass. They are scientifically known as “tempered molten ejecta”. They were spread over a vast region in what is known as the strewnfield of Australasia.
No known naturally occurring asteroid, comet or meteorite had a silica content greater than 60%. According to several studies, the object may be the first extraterrestrial visitor to our solar system ever discovered because it has traces of isotopes that suggest an intergalactic origin.
After 200 years of research, the creation and distribution of Australasian tektite still represents a challenge for science. An interstellar object hypothesis explains any oddities that have persisted. When the potential of tektites as a technological signature is analyzed, it is determined to be strong. No one is quite sure what it was, where it came from or how it entered orbit before exploding after a century of study, making this source body the first Unidentified Flying Object ever seen.
Some scientists have proposed a massive asteroid collision somewhere in Southeast Asia to explain the australite mystery, while others have claimed it must be the consequence of a chunk of the moon being blown up and traveling towards us. While each of these long-debated ideas has strengths, both have failed to explain the available evidence.
The moon hypothesis has the benefit of providing an explanation of how a glass-like substance can fall from space to Earth. Some of the resulting tektite material could come our way if an asteroid hits the lunar surface and blasts off a quantity of molten rock. As it became clear that the moon was not composed of a substance that would fit with the australite debris, this theory soon lost traction. The terrestrial impact hypothesis offered the convincing point that the glass contained compounds that could mate with some mixed shales on Earth.
Could the vast debris field and strange glass formation be explained by a fast-moving object hitting Earth with enough force at the exact location? The answer is no, although this model is still widely used. NASA studies make it quite evident that so-called australite buds were generated in space over a long period of warming before gradually entering the atmosphere. Not only do they have almost no water, but they also have hard vacuum bubbles.
The data suggest that the tektite glass must have been heated in a certain method that eliminated most of the bubbles and left a fairly homogeneous material. This is perhaps the most difficult aspect of all, as it contradicts the widely established Stokes equation for the frictional force in liquids. The energy released during an impact is very strong and fleeting.
What could it be if it wasn’t a piece of the moon breaking apart or any other known natural object hitting our planet? Avi Loeb, a Harvard astrophysicist and proponent of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, says, “When you’re not ready to find exceptional things, you’ll never find them.” He might suggest that “to reap the rewards of other technological civilizations we must search our ‘backyard’ in the solar system for objects that came from outside it. Some of the objects we find might be intelligent, while others would burn up in Earth’s atmosphere.”
Has one of these hyper-advanced entities ever paid a visit to Earth with our distant Homo erectus ancestors watching their vast silica lattice craft orbiting above their heads in the night sky?
A recent study published on ReseachGate titled “Australasian Tektites as Interstellar Object Debris: Anomalies in Composition, Formation and Distribution” considers the likelihood that the Australasian tektite parent body was a natural interstellar object or could have been an artificial megastructure monitoring the Earth’s biosphere.
It is also interesting to note that the last total geomagnetic reversal on Earth occurred 780,000 years ago. The complete reversal of the north and south magnetic poles. Could the destruction of the world and the subsequent first UFO and the major shift in energy on the planet somehow be connected?