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These are 12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain (Photos)

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.

12. Bimini Road

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

A little boy named Andrés Ruzo heard a river legend that literally "boiled up" his enemies in his water from his grandfather. He dreamt that this river would be discovered. As an older person, he became a geologist, took as his guide a local shaman, and found out about the river in 2011. The water temperature was approximately 86°C. It's miracle that the river is 700 km away from the nearest volcano.

8. Yonaguni submarine ruins

In 1986, divers found terraced formations near Yonaguni Island (Japan). The underwater formations are up to 5 floors high in large clusters. Artifacts proving the existence of people in those locations have been found. However, scientists are still arguing about how the pyramids came into being. If we assume that these formations are created by humans, they are part of the preglacial culture.

7. The picture from the Bralorne Museum

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain

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This picture depicts the opening in 1941 of Canada's Gold Bridge. There is a man among the crowd who is not dressed in the 1940s at all. A zipped cap can be seen, a T-shirt with a 21st-century logo, and in his hands a mobile camera. Certain people know he's a tourist caught in the movie.

6. Amazon rainforest geoglyphs

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain


When researching the open rainforests in the Amazon, scientists noticed numerous graven drawings – geoglyphs. In the northern regions of Brazil and Bolivia, specialists discovered 450 geoglyphs. Thirty to three hundred years old are the oldest geoglyphs of all. The main theory states that these buildings were intended for joint meetings, debates, and rituals.

5. Earthquake lights

One of the most mysterious phenomena is the bright light accompanying earthquakes. Since 1600, 65 cases of seismic activity have been demonstrated in the sky. But the chances of seeing the lights are low, and only 0.5% of all earthquakes can see the lights. There were many theories created to explain the phenomenon, but none come near the truth.

4. A frozen girl

Jean-Hilliard drove through snowy Lengby, Minnesota, to her parents' house on December 20, 1980. Suddenly her car stopped and she decided to go to the nearby home for her friends. Because of the cooling, she lost her conscience and spent 6 hours lying in the snow. At -22° C (-7.6° F), the air was temperature. She showed no signs of life when Jean was taken to the hospital and her skin was so hard that an injection could be made impossible. Jean was dead, the doctors knew. She started moving a little some time after being defrosted. She started moving her legs three days later and was thought to be healthy in six weeks.

3. The ghost ship Carroll A. Deering

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain

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Carroll A. Deering was an American schooner who became a renowned ghost ship. In 1921 it was discovered onboard without any crew. The cooker was packed with food, the logbook with personal objects, the anchor and navigation devices were not present. The control of the steering was broken. At the end of 1922, without any official conclusion, the investigation was stopped.

2. The rain man

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain

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In Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Don Decker's grandfather died in 1983. Suddenly, the young man felt feverish after the funeral and fell into a trance. Simultaneously, the water began to drip down the roof and the living room walls. In this part of the house, there were no water pipes, and everyone was puzzled. The police called Don's friend. Officers asked the young man to take him out of the house to a nearby restaurant for pizza. There occurred the same phenomenon: from the ceiling the water began to drop. The rain stopped as soon as the people left the building. On 10 February 1993, Unresolved Mysteries demonstrated this paranormal incident.

1. The submarine ocean

12 Mysterious Things Even Scientists Can’t Explain

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Scientists found a giant water reservoir 660 kilometers deeper than the surface of the Earth. It is estimated that this reservoir is 2,7 billion years old. Its volume is more than the volume of the world ocean several times larger. A new theory has appeared thanks to this discovery. Earth's oceans probably appeared because the underground ocean exploded outside, not vice versa.

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