These are 12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain (Photos)
By Live_Update (self meida writer) | 1 months
We have been trying to explain many miracle things that exist on our planet since ancient times. Most of these things are scientifically explained now. But some phenomena are still difficult to believe. Live_Update has collected 12 mysterious natural or human-induced phenomena.
In the 1930s, Edgar Cayce, an American psychic, claimed that the ruins of the lost city of Atlantis were found in Bimini in 1968 or 1969. The sea near the Paradise Point in northern Bimini was home to 700 meters of smoothly placed calcareous blocs in September 1968. The block chain is now known as the 'Bimini Road.' Some believe that these are the remains of the famous culture. Others think this is due to the deepening of the seabed.
11. Dancing plague
1518 July. Strasbourg. Strasbourg. Ms. Troffea started dancing and never stopped dancing. Thirty-four people danced with her after a week. Total dancing numbers reached several hundred after a month. They danced and 400 people were killed due to exhaustion, heart attacks or strokes. There is no satisfactory scientific explanation for this phenomenon. None of the theories explain the incredible endurance required to dance without stopping for several days.
10. Andrew Carlssin
A man accused of an asset bursary was arrested by the FBI in 2003. He earned only $800,000,000 by 126 risky deals. Andrew said he received information from the future after his arrest. He came in a time machine from 2256, according to his words. A bond of $1 million was later paid to him, and Andrew Carlssin was lost.
9. The boiling river
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