Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Russian Space Crystals

  1. Russian scientists have found crystals with a structure previously only found in the laboratory.
  2. These crystals - icosahedrites - were apparently naturally produced.
  3. Although they don't occur in nature here on Earth, it appears they fell to Earth from space.
Icosahedral crystals are related to the 20-sided solids known to many from various role-playing games (RPGs). In spite of their having forced the coining of the name for a new crystalline structure, these seem to have raised only very limited question in the official scientific press.

When will the Russian science establishment admit that these are relics of the Tunguska Event?
When will the Russian government release more than these token crystallograms?
What possible use could there be for 20-sided crystals in outer space? It seems very unlikely that they were used as dice (that despite Gyro's contention to the contrary).
It seems rather more likely that they formed a part of a containment matrix for some sort of power grid or laser-pumped fusion power system.

As we gain more information, it will be posted here - count on it!

Posted by Listener 43

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  1. Listener - I know you didn't buy my idea that these might have been space dice, but you know that was mostly a joke, right? You didn't have to mention it in your post.

    Anyway, it still is possible that they're actually dice, so don't dismiss that idea completely without really considering it since I really think that's a sort of reasonable explanation, even if it's a bit farfetched.

  2. Ok, so if the origin of these quasicrystals cannot be easily explained by conventional mineralogy, one must assume they are some kind of aliens artifact?
    I remember of an episode of ufo hunters where a guy stated that he found an object he claimed to have been expelled by some flying aircraft.
    See link for details:
    Later such object was identified as quasicrystal.

  3. @Gyro -
    Sorry if I put you in a bad light. I thought you were completely serious.

    @Anonymous -
    My friend, you might want to check this link before you accuse me of jumping to conclusions: