Saturday , April 21 2018

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain

There are some things that have been around since ancient times and still to this day cannot explain what the heck is going on. Although most things that we couldn’t figure out has by now been explained by science. However, there are a few that still have not been explained. Check them out:


1. Bimini Road

The Bimini Road, sometimes called the Bimini Wall, is an underwater rock formation near North Bimini island in the Bahamas. The Road consists of a 0.8 km (0.50 mi)-long northeast-southwest linear feature composed of roughly rectangular to subrectangular limestone blocks. Various claims have been made for this feature being either a wall, road, pier, breakwater, or other man-made structure. However, credible evidence or arguments are lacking for such an origin.

WildQuest Dolphin Retreat - 4/2017

WildQuest Dolphin Retreat - 9/2017


2. Dancing Plague

Dancing mania (also known as dancing plague, choreomania, St John’s Dance and, historically, St. Vitus’s Dance) was a social phenomenon that occurred primarily in mainland Europe between the 14th and 17th centuries. It involved groups of people dancing erratically, sometimes thousands at a time. The mania affected men, women, and children who danced until they collapsed from exhaustion. One of the first major outbreaks was in Aachen, in the Holy Roman Empire, in 1374, and it quickly spread throughout Europe; one particularly notable outbreak occurred in Strasbourg in 1518, also in the Holy Roman Empire.



3. Andrew Carlssin

Andrew Carlssin was reportedly arrested in January 2003 for SEC violations for making 126 high-risk stock trades and being successful on every one. As reported, Carlssin started with an initial investment of $800 and ended with over $350,000,000 which drew the attention of the SEC. Later reports suggest that after his arrest, he submitted a four-hour confession wherein he claimed to be a time traveler from 200 years in the future. He offered to tell investigators such things as the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and the cure for AIDS in return for a lesser punishment and to be allowed to return to his time craft, although he refused to tell investigators the location or workings of his craft.

He then disappeared to never be seen again.

El extraño caso de Andrew Carlssin, un viajero del tiempo del año 2256

4. The Boiling River

This river is 86°C (186°F) and is nowhere near a volcano.

5. Yonaguni submarine ruins

The Yonaguni Monument also known as “Yonaguni (Island) Submarine Ruins”, is a submerged rock formation off the coast of Yonaguni, the southernmost of the Ryukyu Islands, in Japan. It lies approximately a hundred kilometers east of Taiwan.

Masaaki Kimura, Professor Emeritus from the Faculty of Science at the University of the Ryukyus claims that the formations are man-made stepped monoliths.[1] His ideas are disputed and there is a debate about whether the site is completely natural, a natural site that has been modified or a man-made artifact. Neither the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs nor the government of Okinawa Prefecture recognizes the features as important cultural artifacts and neither government agency has carried out research or preservation work on the site.

6. The pic from the Bralorne Museum

This photo was taken at the opening of the Golden Gate bridge back in 1941. You can see that the guy in question is not wearing clothes from the 1940’s and is also holding what looks like a portable camera.

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7. Amazon rainforest geoglyphs

So far scientist have discovered 450 geoglyphs in the northern part of Brazil and Bolivia. Some of them as old as 3000 – 5000 years old.

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8. Earthquake lights

An earthquake light (EQL) is a luminous aerial phenomenon that reportedly appears in the sky at or near areas of tectonic stress, seismic activity, or volcanic eruptions. Skeptics point out that the phenomenon is poorly understood and many of the reported sightings can be accounted for by mundane explanations.

9. Frozen Girl

Jean Hilliard from Lengby, Minnesota, is a survivor of a severe 6-hour freezing during the nighttime after a car accident in rural northwestern Minnesota, United States, left her car inoperable in sub-zero temperatures. She survived and her recovery was described as “a miracle”.

10. The ghost ship Carroll A. Deering

Carroll A. Deering was a five-masted commercial schooner that was found run aground off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in 1921. Its crew went missing. The Deering is one of the most written-about maritime mysteries in history, with claims that it was a victim of the Bermuda Triangle, although the evidence points towards a mutiny or possibly piracy.

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11. The Rain Man

This phenomenon has many baffled. Don Decker after he grandfather died went into a trance. As soon as he did water started dripping down the ceiling and the walls of the living room. Upon checking there were no water pipes in the vicinity.

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12. The Submarine Ocean

Scientist discovered a massive reservoir underneath the ocean bed 660 km deeper than the Earth’s surface. This massive amount of water is believed to be 2.7 billion years old and is much larger than the world’s ocean that we know.

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