"In 1999, scientists of Bashkir State University found a plate with pictures [a relief map] of the region done with an unknown technology. The map includes civil engineering works: a system of channels with a length of about 12,000 km, weirs, powerful dams. The map also contains some inscriptions at first thought to be an Old Chinese language. However, it turned out that the subscriptions were done in a hieroglyphic-syllabic language of unknown origin. The scientists never managed to read it.
The geological structure of the slab was determined: it consists of three levels. The base is 14 cm thick, made of the firmest dolomite. The second level is probably the most interesting, 'made' of diopside glass.
The longer the slab was studied, the more mysteries appeared. On the map, a giant irrigative system could be seen: in addition to the rivers, there are two 500-metre-wide channel systems, 12 dams, 300-500 metres wide, approximately 10 km long and 3 km deep each. The dams most likely helped in turning water in either side, while to create them over 1 quadrillion cubic metres of earth was shifted. In comparison with that irrigative system, Volga-Don Channel looks like a scratch on the today’s relief. As a physicist, Alexander Chuvyrov supposes that now mankind can build only a small part of what is pictured on the map. According to the map, initially, Belaya River had an artificial river-bad.
It was difficult to determine even an approximate age of the slab. At first, radiocarbonic analysis was carried out, afterwards levels of stab were scanned with uranium chronometer, though the investigations showed different results and the age of the slab remained unclear. While examining the stone, two shells were found on its surface. The age of one of them " Navicopsina munitus of Gyrodeidae family - is about 500 million years, while of the second one " Ecculiomphalus princeps of Ecculiomphalinae subfamily - is about 120 million years (mythical evol years)."