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10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:41 pm On Apr 13, 2017

Science has always helped humans understand how the world works. We have achieved so far in the past decade that our ancestors would be proud of us. No matter how much we try to understand the functionality of this weird and wonderful world, there would always be something that would kick us back into the stone age. Things which not even some of the world renowned scientists are incapable of explaining. Some of the craziest natural phenomenons that have occurred in the past have left people as well as scientists stumped. Here are 10 of those crazy and natural phenomena that have yet to be explained.



1. A 3-year-old identifies his murderer from his past life.
Scientists cannot explain how a 3-year-old can remember his past life.

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A 3-year-old boy from the Golan Heights region, located near the border of Syria and Israel, explained how he died in his past life. Though the story seemed skeptical at first, the child successfully pointed out the location of the grave to which his body from the past life was buried. Sure enough, villagers found a man’s skeletal body there. He even pinpointed the exact location where the murder weapon, which was an axe, was located. The stunned villagers dug the location and of course found the blood stained axe. The man was reported to be missing four years ago. Not only that, the boy also remembered the full name of his killer to which authorities confronted him. Though the murderer, who was still alive, didn’t admit to the charges, he later confessed to the crime. The story has been documented “Children Who Have Lived Before.”

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:44 pm On Apr 13, 2017

2. The mysterious humming noise in the town of Taos.
The Taos Tum

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An elusive low-frequency humming noise has been annoying the residents as well as visitors in the small city of Taos, New Mexico. The irritating sound has been nicknamed as the Taos Hum and has been baffling scientists for years. Though this has been going on for years, only 2% of the town’s residents report the incident. Some of them believe that the phenomenon is caused by unusual acoustics in the dry desert air while others believe that the government is somehow involved. Whether the phenomenon is natural or manmade, the buzzing noise and it’s source has yet to be discovered.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:46 pm On Apr 13, 2017

3. Synchronous light shedding fireflies.
Synchronous fireflies

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Every June, for two full weeks, a species of glowing beetles gather in the Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee and put out a glowing display of lights. Thousands of glowing beetles known as Synchronous fireflies blink in near-perfect unison and scientists cannot explain how the beetles work together to put on such a spectacular show. According to Jonathan Copeland, a firefly hunter from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, the act could be a mating ritual, though scientists are still studying the exact reason behind it.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:47 pm On Apr 13, 2017

4. Earthquake lights.
Earthquake lights

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For years, scientists have been observing strange flashes of lights that precede volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. The mysterious luminous activity in the sky has been the subject of speculation to why the same lighting effect correlates with two unrelated disasters. In 1960, the phenomenon was captured live in a video, which has helped scientists analyze the circumstances surrounding it. One theory is that the upcoming volcanic eruption shifts electrical charges in the surrounding geological formations, leading to the flashes but this is yet to be proven.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:47 pm On Apr 13, 2017

5. The sailing stones in Death Valley.
The sailing stones in Death Valley

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Death Valley National Park in California has been a subject of an unsolved mystery for centuries. At Racetrack Playa, a weird phenomenon takes place when no one is looking. Known as “sailing stones“, this geological phenomenon involves rocks which move in long tracks along a smooth valley floor without the need for human intervention. The stones even change directions and sometimes flip over by themselves. Some scientists explain that strong winds have a major role in this while others theorize that there’s some unknown magnetic property hidden in the rocks.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 12:58 pm On Apr 13, 2017

6. An injury to the head turns a man into a math genius.
Man turns into a math genius after a head injury

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Jason Padgett, 44, a furniture store worker, never had any intentions to learn before being knocked unconscious in Tacoma, Washington in 2002. The incident occurred late at night where Padgett was beaten, mugged and left on the sidewalk until the following morning. The next day when he woke up, Padgett started seeing lines around objects. This enabled him to start learning math and physics but also caused him to have obsessive compulsive disorder and depression. Padgett explained that before the incident, he was a ‘woman chaser’ and the incident has turned his life around for the better. The injury enabled his brain to understand complex mathematics and theories. Scientists and doctors still cannot explain how his brain unlocked such a potential after going through a trauma. (Please don’t get any ideas from this)

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 1:00 pm On Apr 13, 2017

7. Massive storm eats away an entire beach and returns it hours later.
Cornwall beach disappears

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This unusual but natural phenomenon occurred recently at Porthleven in Cornwall (UK). The entire sand in the beach was completely swept away by a freak tide. Hours after the incident, another high tide returned the entire sand deposit and restored the beach to its original state. When the first tide swept away the rock and sand deposits, scientists estimated that it would take years to re-deposit the nearly million tons of sand. To their amazement, it only took a few hours. This weird phenomenon has had the locals as well as the scientists who tried to study the occurrence, scratching their heads.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 1:01 pm On Apr 13, 2017

8. Hessdalen lights, the mystery lights of Norway.




In Hessdalen Valley, Norway, a strange phenomenon that includes light has been occurring since the late 1940’s. Observers have witnessed the light patterns at least 10-20 times a year. Usually, white or yellow light, floats from far distance and can be as large as cars. Numerous theories have been proposed to explain the science behind the mysterious orb. One such claim states that the metallic rocks divided by a sulphurous river creates a ‘natural’ battery, creating the right conditions for the light orbs. Known as the Hessdalen Phenomenon, the lights have been a part of unsolved mysteries for decades. Though one Italian researcher believes that sulphurous fumes create bubbles of ionised gas, which reacts with humid air to form the ball of light, the research is still going on.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 1:03 pm On Apr 13, 2017

9. Mysterious red glow over the Pacific ocean.
Mysterious glow

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The bizarre red light was spotted over the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka by JPC van Heijst. He was flying a Boeing 747-8 aircraft from Hong Kong to Alaska when the mysterious lights occurred underneath the plane. The glow originated after a lightning strike was spotted far in the distance. Since there were no thunderstorms on route, it suggests that the lightning strike did not occur due to a storm. The mysterious phenomenon wasn’t explainable by anyone and scientists could only conclude that the red glow originated due to an explosion of a huge volcano just underneath the surface of the ocean.

Re: 10 Strange Natural Phenomena Within This Decade That Even Scientists Can’t Explain by emperormero(m) : 1:05 pm On Apr 13, 2017

10. Animals migrating every year like clockwork.
Migrating birds

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Animal migration is a natural phenomenon where individual living beings travel from one place to another, usually on a seasonal basis. The phenomenon could be due to change in seasons or mating rituals. What scientists don’t understand is the fact that how such complex patterns of movement are hardwired into the brains of species such as birds, fish, insects and mammals.









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