Unsolved Mysteries That Science Can't Explain
Nature plays some card which takes a hold of the mother Earth and does not allow the mankind to interfere. They are in the form of the mysterious phenomenon which the science has failed to explain.
Let us know more about these acts of nature.
The hum is the phenomenon or group of a phenomenon which involves low frequency of sound like humming, rumbling or droning noise. This inaudible sound is reported by media of UK and the USA. They are named after the place like the Tahoe Hum or the Bristol Hum.
Glowing fireballs rose from the Mekong River which varies from tens to thousands in number. It ranges from the size of small sparkles to that of a basketball. Jessada Denduangboripant claims that they are fired from the other side of the river while others say that it the phenomenon of phosphine gas generated from the surrounding.
Translucent, greyish white gelatin called star jelly is found on the grass and sometimes on the trees. They evaporate soon in the air. Many explanations are given like it could be a by-product of cyanobacteria, the remains of frog, worms or toads, the paranormal activities etc. There was a scientific explanation that it could be frog spawn vomited by some creature.
Morning Glory Cloud
The morning glory cloud is found in many locations in the world forming bands of a roll cloud. It is formed due to amplitude-ordered series of waves. This rare meteorological phenomenon is often found in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia. This has been studied by multiple scientific teams since the 1970s.
The Floating City
People of Jieyang, China on April 21, 2017, witnessed their city to be a floating city. It means that there was a duplication effect when light passed through the heat wave. This unique phenomenon is called Fata Morgana. This was recorded at 5 different places in China 6 years ago.
Upper-Atmospheric Lightning is also known as ionospheric lightening which happens above the normal altitude of lightning and thunderstorms. This electrical-breakdown phenomenon is devoid of characteristics of tropospheric lightning thus called transient luminous event (TLE). There are several types of TLEs like sprites, sprite halos, blue jets, gigantic jets, blue starters and ELVESs. It lasts from a few milliseconds to 2 seconds. The science is yet to gather more information on sprite and jets.
Tabby’s star is 1,280 light years from Earth and is a part of Cygnus constellation. This star loses the brightness by 20% which is quite a surprise. The closest explanation given by NASA on 4 October 2017 was that an uneven ring of dust orbits around the star.
Circles are observed as big as 15 meters on the barren land which baffles the scientific community. Earlier they were found in Namib dessert located in the western parts of Southern Africa. But amusingly they have been observed in Pilbara, Western Australia.
Loch Ness Monster
Apparently, there has been an aquatic monster-like creature in Loch Ness, Scotland. It has a long neck and more than one hump seen from the waters. The scientists considered this monster story to be hoax or misreading of the mundane object.
The natural phenomenon emits light effect call Earthquake Lights (EQL). The scientific reason is unknown but there is a light emitted in the sky before, after and during the tectonic stress, seismic activities or volcanic eruptions. People have seen these lights with their naked eyes.
Hope these mysteries are solved by science one day.
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