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Crystal Skull (2)
Image credit: © Klaus-Dieter Keller

Uploader comment: Crystall skull at the Musée du quai Branly, Paris.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by yitzie99 on 22 November, 2004, 3:18
These skulls are creepy, and they've been dated to 1000's of years ago, but no one knows who or what tools made them.
Comment icon #9 Posted by captainzaggis on 22 December, 2004, 0:04
It's gotta be hard to tell how old something made from glass or crystal is...
Comment icon #8 Posted by dr_kelz on 10 January, 2005, 14:28
sooooooooooo cool
Comment icon #7 Posted by hypodermic on 29 January, 2005, 17:13
would make a nice necklace
Comment icon #6 Posted by white feather on 11 February, 2005, 19:44
cool. i thnk dis is a mayan skull which has an unusual feature of bending light thru eye sockets. Even modern techniques find great difficulty in doin dis. Im guessin it was made against the natural axis of the crystal which usually will cause it crack.
Comment icon #5 Posted by viridis on 26 February, 2005, 7:34
simply amazing - Under these circumstances, experts believe that successfully crafting a shape as complex as the Mitchell-Hedges skull is impossible; as one HP researcher is said to have remarked, "The damned thing simply shouldn't be."
Comment icon #4 Posted by raeviper777 on 11 August, 2005, 8:43
does crystal wear very good with water? they could have use a high concentration/pressure of water to do that. but then they would have to have advanced mechaniics etc...
Comment icon #3 Posted by denzanrom on 17 August, 2005, 19:40
That isnt an actual human skull I think. All the teeth are squarely even and the location of the eyesockets are all wrong. That thing is definately man-made.
Comment icon #2 Posted by robrampage on 18 August, 2005, 20:40
I saw a documentry on them where SEM microanalysis revealed a surface unworked by anything.Today it would be impossible to reproduce. So yes Viridis you are correct.
Comment icon #1 Posted by viracocha on 3 September, 2005, 15:25
Who can prove it's manmade? Certainly no man can make this not even today, I think it's made by extraterrestials or with their help.


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