Giant UFO Fragment Found In Remote Siberian Forest

siberia-ufo_2174392bAfter several days, Russian scientists are at a loss as to what this structure could be. The Telegraph reports:

The U-shaped object, resembling a silvery dome, is currently under inspection by Russian experts, after being covertly removed under cover of night from the possession of villagers who found it. After discovering the device on Sunday, locals from the village of Otradnesnky had managed to drag the “UFO fragment” from the thick forest where it had fallen.

The device has not [been] confirmed as of yet. However, the object does not come from a rocket or missile or is in any way associated with terrestrial space technology, it has been announced. Speculation that it had come from a bungled Kazakhstan rocket or satellite launch was denied.

Experts have also examined the object to determine whether it poses a hazard [but] “found no radiation.” Part of the fragment is made of ultra-strong titanium…

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  • Matt Staggs

    Part of an aircraft? Jet?

  • Amp-42x

    is it legit? 

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  • Lifobryan

    Well, a randomly applied anagram generator to “Otradnesnky UFO” reveals the following clues:

    “Around Sky Often”… hmmm, coincidence??

    “Funky Tornadoes” … ah, perhaps a simple villager’s description of an extraterrestrial craft?

    But most tellingly … “Nosy Donut Freak” …. which explains things best, IMHO.

  • BnalAlast

    My skeptic senses are tingling!

  • Super Scientist

    Hmmm, the surface area at the bottom looks like an array that could utilize electro-scalar potentials. This does not look like “alien” tech but more like cold war Russian energenics tech. Simply put, certain geometric shapes utilizing precisely-tailored extremely high voltage potentials can cause anti-gravitational effects. So the shape of the array at bottom, the segmented metallic tiles, the half sphere shape. All signs of complex array system that manipulates electric fields in some way. This could also be a satellite, one that uses a classified stabilization technology perhaps. Keep in mind I’m just guessing here. 

    One other thing that stands out (to me) is the wording used to describe the type of titanium. Most people would just say ‘titanium’ or ‘ultra-strong titanium alloy’. They say “ultra-strong titanium”, which leads me to believe it’s cold-molded titanium. Cold-molded titanium is something the Russians keep very secret because it’s used to make there nuclear subs. A mold is filled with nano-titanium and then using a specifically tailored electric field the titanium latices are broken down so the titanium acts as a liquid at room temperature. Once the field is shut off and the mold sets the titanium’s atomic bonds are stronger than anything you could ever imagine. 

    I might just investigate this further, very interesting, but not likely “alien” in nature. 

    • Roy L Galutia

      looks a lot like an old sonar array….

    • Roy L Galutia

      it will be interesting to see a followup on this

  • Peetr

    Surely there’s a better picture then this water tank shoved against a car in a parking lot…?!