12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t ExplainTranslate

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Humans have tried to explain many mysteries and miracles that exist on our planet. Yet even the scientists have failed on that. In fact, there are phenomena that is difficult to be understood and very hard to be believed. Have a look at the 8 mysterious phenomena presented here that are created by nature or people. 


During the 1930s, the American psychic Edgar Cayce stated that the ruins of the lost city of Atlantis would be found in Bimini in 1968 or 1969. In September 1968, some 700 meters of limestone blocks were found in the sea close to Paradise Point in the northern part of Bimini and they were named "Bimini Road." Some people consider them remains of this famous civilization. Others say that this is a result of seabed deepening.

11. Dancing Plague

11. Dancing plague

In July 1518 in Strasburg, Mrs. Troffea started dancing and couldn’t stop. Within a week, 34 other people were dancing along with her. Within a month, the total number of the dancers was several hundred. Those people were dancing without stopping, and thus 400 of them died of exhaustion, heart attacks, or strokes. This is a phenomenon that cannot be explained.

10. Andrew Carlssin

10. Andrew Carlssin

Back in 2003, FBI arrested a man who was accused of a stock exchange scam. He had just $800, however he made 126 risky deals and thus earned $350 million. When he was arrested, Andrew stated that he got the information from the future. He believed that he came from the year 2256 in a time machine. Once somebody paid a bond of $1 million for him, Andrew Carlssin disappeared. 

9. The Boiling River

A little boy named Andrés Ruzo often heard from his grandfather the legend of the river that literally "boiled" its enemies in its water. He dreamed of discovering this river. Growing older, he became a geologist, took a local shaman as a guide, and discovered the river in 2011.

The temperature of the water was around 86°C (186°F). The miracle of its existence is that the river is 700 km from the closest volcano.

8. Yonaguni Submarine Ruins

Terraced formations were found near the island of Yonaguni (Japan) by divers in 1986. The submarine formations are in large clusters up to 5 floors high. Artifacts were found that prove the existence of people in those places. In spite of this fact, scientists still argue about the origin of the pyramids. If we suppose that these formations are man-made, they belong to the preglacial civilizations.

7. The Picture From The Bralorne Museum

7. The picture from the Bralorne Museum

That photo has captured the opening of the Gold Bridge in Canada, back in 1941. In the crowd can be seen a man who is dressed quite different from the fashion in 1940s. As you can see, he wears a T-shirt with a XXI century-style logo, a zipped hoodie, and even a portable camera. Many people believe that this is a time traveler who was caught on film. 

6. Amazon Rainforest Geoglyphs

6. Amazon rainforest geoglyphs

While studying the Amazon rainforests open landscape in the northern parts of Brazil and Bolivia, the scientists noticed many drawings carved in the ground — geoglyphs. The most ancient ones were 3,000-3,500 years old and according to the main theory these constructions were meant for common meetings and rituals. 

5. Earthquake Lights

The bright lights that accompany earthquakes are considered one of the most mysterious phenomena. Since 1600, there have been 65 proven cases of shining in the sky during seismic activity. However, the probability of seeing the lights is low, and you can only see the lights in 0.5% of all earthquakes.

Many theories have been created in order to explain the phenomenon, but none of them come close to the truth.

4. A Frozen Girl

4. A frozen girl
On December 20, 1980, Jean Hilliard was driving to her parents’ home through snowy Lengby, Minnesota. Her car suddenly stalled, and she decided to walk to her friends’ home nearby. She lost consciousness because of overcooling and spent 6 hours lying in the snow until she was found. The air temperature was −22°C (-7.6°F). When Jean was taken to the hospital, she showed no life signs, and her skin was so hard that is was impossible to give an injection.

The doctors were sure that Jean was dead. Sometime after being defrosted, she started moving a little. After 3 days, she began to move her legs, and in 6 weeks she was considered absolutely healthy.

3. The Ghost Ship Carroll A. Deering

3. The ghost ship Carroll A. Deering

The American commercial schooner Carroll A. Deering, a famous ghost ship was found aground in 1921 but with no crew onboard. Its galley was full of food, however the logbook was absent along with the personal belongings, the navigation devices and the anchor. The steering control was broken. The investigation stopped in 1922 with no official conclusion. 

2. The Rain Man

2. The rain man

The grandfather of Don Decker grandfather died in 1983 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. After the funeral the young man suddenly felt feverish and into a trance. At that very same moment water started dripping down the ceiling in the living room, but there were no water pipes in this part of the house. A friend of Don called the police. The police officers asked the friend to take the young man out of the house into a nearby pizza restaurant where the same phenomenon as well. As the men left the building, the rain stopped. The mystery is still unsolved. 

1. The Submarine Ocean

1. The submarine ocean

Some scientists have discovered a huge water reservoir 660 km deeper than the Earth’s surface, which is considered to be 2.7 billion years old. The volume of that reservoir is several times bigger than the volume of the World Ocean. Following that discovery, a new theory emerged that oceans have possibly appeared according to which the underground ocean burst outside, and not vice versa as it was previously thought. 

What Do You Think?

Formatting goes to shit after #10. A whole bunch of them just run together. And the "gaint reservoir" 600km below the surface of the earth is purely speculation. Back in 2014, scientists used sesmic imaging to scan areas under the US, and found large deposits of a rock called ringwoodite which is naturally impregnated with water. No scans anywhere else in the world have been done to prove these deposits contrinue outside the US.
1. The "time traveler's" hoodie is not able to be zipped up. It's rough pancho like material which was common in south west regions at that time. 2. He's not dressed like the future he's dressed like a beatnick on a road trip. He's dressed for comfort and just got out of his car to take a picture. His portable camera is quite common for the era. It has an accordion like extending lens. The guy in the suit in the front has the same camera he's just holding it lens down. It's not that mysterious.
the time traveller was the only person wearing a mohabi sunglasses while no one in the crowd was using one . Strange..
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