Today, we continue our examination of arguably the most perplexing meteorite ever discovered on planet Earth. As science headlines have announced in recent weeks, the so-called Hypatia stone, a tiny rock fragment found in a Libyan Desert Glass field, is “rattling the solar system status quo,” challenging astronomers’ fundamental ideas about our solar system’s formation and history. In this conclusion of his two-part interview, our guest archaeologist Peter Mungo Jupp continues his case that the Hypatia stone’s bizarre composition may have resulted from the transmutation of elements by high-energy electrical discharge.
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