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Sailing Stones of Death Valley

In the dry lakebed of Racetrack, Death Valley stones as big as 700 pounds mysteriously slide across the surface of the earth without any notable external forces acting upon them.

Roanoke Colony

In 1587 121 colonists led by John White arrived on Roanoke Island in present day North Carolina to establish a colony.

Taos Hum

The Humis a phenomenon, or collection of phenomena, involving
widespread reports of a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not audible to all people. Hums have been widely reported by national media in the UK and the United States.

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Mystery religions

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Sufism can be described broadly as the intensification of Islamic faith and practice

Sufism can be described broadly as the intensification of Islamic faith and practice, or the tendency among Muslims to strive for a personal engagement with the Divine Reality.

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The secrets of ancient civilizations

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The secrets of the Sphinx

The Great Sphinx of Giza has, since ancient times, attracted great interest among researchers and tourists alike. This majestic monument eternally gazing at the East, where the sun rises, has caused great curiosity since there is very little knowledge about it. Is the sphinx the product of the ancient Egyptian civilization? Or is it possible that this incredible monument was constructed by an ancient civilization much older than the Egyptian?


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Science news

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Babylonians used geometry to track Jupiter’s movements

Ancient Babylonians charted Jupiter’s heavenly motion in a surprisingly modern, mathematically abstract way — a feat that until now was thought to have originated among European scholars who lived roughly 1,400 years later.

Machine trumps man in strategy game Go

In a victory that rivals the computer Deep Blue’s win over champion chess player Garry Kasparov, a computer has now bested a professional human player in the classic strategy game Go.

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UFO 2016

Just throwing this out there, at approx 6:09pm eastern time january 23rd 2016 my wife and i were driving home from niles michigan to dowagiac michigan. I noticed that as the full moon inched above the treeline, the moon appeared very large. I made comment about wanting a telescope to view it.

Report on the National U.F.O. Reporting Center

A retired U.S. Navy officer says more than a dozen red/orange lights were moving back and forth above the lake. In a report on the National U.F.O. Reporting Center website, he says they circled for 5-8 minutes without a sound.

A Tennessee witness at Nolensville reported watching a triangle-shaped UFO

A Tennessee witness at Nolensville reported watching a triangle-shaped UFO hovering over a nearby quarry about 7:30 p.m. on January 19, 2016, according to testimony in Case 73987 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.


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Human performance

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Finnish firefighter smashes 24-hour chin ups record in spite of serious shoulder injury

Joonas Mäkipelto from Finland recently smashed the record for the Most chin ups in 24 hours with a mind-blowing 5,050 reps, in spite of suffering a painful shoulder injury during the early stage of the attempt. 

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Mysteries of History

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Wow! Signal

On August 15, 1977 Dr. Jerry R. Ehman detected a strong narrowband radio signal while working on a SETI project at the Big Ear radio telescope of The Ohio State University. Amazed at how closely it matched the expected signature of an interstellar signal, he circled it on the computer printout and wrote the comment “Wow!” next to it. Although it lasted for a full 72 seconds, it has not been detected again.

Vile Vortices

A term coined by Ivan Sanderson referring to twelve geographic areas that have been responsible for numerous mysterious disappearances. The best known of the so-called “vortices” is the Bermuda Triangle. Others include the Algerian Megaliths to the south of Timbuktu, the Indus Valley in Pakistan, and the “Devil’s Sea” near Japan.

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