Could have just as likely been from a meteor. Not saying it wasn't aliens, just pointing that out.
@Mr Literal, some native Americans used meteorites as their source of metal and nothing else, if I recall correctly.
@Mr Literal, it was actually tested, and proved to have been from a meteorite. Pretty awesome, dude
@Mr Literal, ha, you said point. I got the joke
@kdogzzs, thats a sharp wit you have there.
@Mr Literal, meteors come from outer space. Still alien to earth, literally.
@Mr Literal, actually i read alot of astronomy articles, and he was fascinated with a crashed meteor. That knife is presumed from a meteor
@Leprechaun Giant, kin tut is Egyptian but yes
@Leprechaun Giant, if you are a fan of 1911s and also spending a hell of alot of money they have actually made a set of them out of a found meteorite. Very beautiful but soooo expensive
@Mr Literal, most early iron came from metors
@Mr Literal, The sword of Mars was made of meteor too (Attila the Huns sword)
A scientist proved that there is iron from a supernova approximately 2.2 million years ago on the ocean floor. It's FE60, which is an unstable molecule. He believes some bacteria ate the iron and then died, but that preserved the iron this long (the half life should have been dramatically shorter).
What was involved in this study? Actual science, or did they just ask stoners "dude, what if aliens did this?"
@OrphanCrippler44, I thought it was the Loch Ness Monster...
@efil ym kcvF, a tree fitty
Anythings a dildo?
No, you don't
@bootyquake, obligatory "indeed"
Well obviously its on earth if the dagger is made of it duuuhhhh *yes its sarcasm*
Could always be a substance mined by the Egyptians but lost to the ages I mean we don't even know there whole history or original language, we never know
@InsaneWorm, meteoritic iron
Ancient Egyptians main source of iron was from meteorites