150,000-Year-Old Ancient Pipes Discovered In China Baffled Researchers

In case you didn’t know already, the term OOPART is oftentimes used by experts to explain that an artifact discovered here appears to go against what we know of historically speaking, changing the timelines as we know them.

The term in itself refers to out-of-place artifacts which have been discovered to this very day all around the globe. The discovery that we are showcasing today is one such OOPART.

In China’s Qinghai Province near Mount Baigong, a new pyramid was discovered but that’s not as important as what was actually discovered inside, to begin with.

As you can tell from these pictures, within three caves inside of this pyramid the experts actually came across a 150,000-year-old pipe system.

They all appear to be made out of metal and they’ve been proven by the Beijing Institute of Geology to date back to 150,000 years ago through the thermoluminescence that the pipes showcased.

By simply examining how long ago the crystalline minerals were exposed to sunlight or heated the experts were able to spot just how old the metal pipes really were.

History only goes as back as 30,000 years ago in the area which means that we have absolutely no idea who could have constructed them in the first place.

Yang Ji, an expert on the matter, actually reported on it to the Xinhua news agency saying that this is most likely the result of an alien civilization that lived on Earth in ancient times.

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