Is the oldest record 10,000 years old? Maybe?

Is the oldest record 10,000 years old? Maybe?
And it gets better. All have a large centre hole. In fact, there’s probably a very good explanation for what these things actually are. This, in turn, did not work out so well for Tsum Um Nui. Naturally, a whole mythology has grown up around these things. These beings were known as The Dropa. He died sometime in the early 60s. Vyatcheslav Saizev came up with the idea of placing the discs on a special turntable which passed an electric charge through them. That forced them to adapt to live on a very primitive earth. The Dropa Stones, as they were called for reasons we’ll see in a second, were examined by a Chinese researcher named Tsun Um Nui who allegedly translated the strange markings. Look familiar? Go here to have the aura destroyed. This didn’t work out so well because the ETs were hunted down and wiped out by the local Han Chinese. Still, it’s kinda cool. No? Finding that they were composed of an unusual amount of cobalt, Dr. but many had a spiral groove contained these never-before-seen hieroglyphics. Meanwhile, several Dropa Stones were sent to Moscow for examination. He claims that they vibrated and hum with a strange rhythm. While rooting through some caves in China back in 1938, archaeologist Dr. Not only do they look something like a modern day 7-inch single. The beings survived but weren’t able to repair their craft. Chi Pu Tei found something very strange: hundreds of disks made of stone, some 6 inches diameter, others up to nine inches. In 1962, he revealed his conclusions to the world:  The stones told the story of spaceships that crash-landed into the Bayan Har Mountains.  
 
 
  He was subject to a lot of ridicule, forcing him into exile in Japan. To add even more mystery, some suggest that Tsum Um Nui never existed. A book called Sungods in Exile, which purported to blow the lid on the whole thing, turned out to be a hoax when the author admitted to pulling everyone’s chain.