Scientists surprised to see “extraterrestrial material” in the crust 1500 meters below the Pacific Ocean

Australian National University scientists in the Pacific Ocean 1500 meters below the earth’s crust sampling, after analysis, surprised to see “alien material”, but is “iron isotope-60”, because its half-life is very short, almost a blink of an eye will miss, the research team believes that this represents the Earth The team believes that this means that the Earth is affected by the explosion of the neighboring supernovae.

Comprehensive foreign media reports, the new study published in the journal Science, pointed out that the elements on Earth after a long period of time, according to common sense, should have long decayed into a more stable form to stay, however, in the Pacific Ocean 1500 meters below the crust of the rock samples, but found “iron isotope-60”, which is extremely rare on Earth This is an extremely rare element and may be evidence that the Earth has been influenced by foreign forces.

The team explained that the formation of atoms requires enormous energy, and the known factors that can cause this phenomenon include supernova explosions or neutron star mergers, both of which generate enormous energy that can facilitate the formation of atoms, in the long history of the universe, a large number of stellar explosions so that uranium, iron, gold and other elements, like dust scattered throughout the galaxy, so a planet like Earth is expected to have the opportunity to “absorption” of these substances.

However, a substance like “iron isotope-60” has a half-life of only 2.6 million years compared to other elements before decaying into nickel, which is one of the isotopes with a very short half-life on Earth, meaning that the universe is “exporting” newer elements to Earth. The team noted that the best way to study it is to compare its evolution with that of other isotopes.