The Labinsk chip is a 410 to 450-million-year-old specimen, that has the appearance of a microchip, that was found in Labinsk, Russia.
The specimen was found in 2013 by a fisherman named Viktor Morozov who handed it over to the “University of Southern Polytechnic Nowoczerkaskiej (Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University). In November 2014, the University sent a statement to the Max Portal Russian news agency to report that the “microchip” is a sea lily fossil.
- ↑ Epoch Times, Is This Really a 250-Million-Year-Old Microchip? (May 6, 2015), by Tara MacIsaac