If you’re ever in Saudi Arabia and you don’t know what to do then we suggest that you go to the Al Nafud Desert where you can find yourself one of the strangest archaeological findings of all time.
As you can tell right here, this massive rock appears to have been cut in half perfectly by some sort of a laser tool.
The fact is though that this wasn’t done recently, as the rock dates back to a few centuries BC or so.
Many experts tried to explain this as just another natural phenomenon but the fact of the matter is that this is largely impossible to explain without the use of out-of-place artifacts.
Sure, they tried saying that this was all the result of a crack widening with age, but there is no way that this could have happened while also standing perfectly still and most importantly without it toppling over at one point.
The petroglyphs on these rocks are also very important, as they showcase the fact that whoever did this in the first place did so to declare something.
We cannot tell as of yet what these petroglyphs mean, but what we do know is that they’re definitely important, to say the least.
Since it is not perfectly symmetrical many believe that it wasn’t a laser after all that caused this, but erosion.
What do you think?