Browsing: Mysteries

‘For the third time in a row a mysterious microwave anomaly has been detected by MIMIC (Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery at CIMSS) coming from the Antarctica region.

The first wave anomaly was detected on April 2, 2017. The second wave occurred on May 15, 2017.

And on May 26, 2017 just a couple of days ago MIMIC caught a third mysterious wave beaming out of that region.

If you make a line down into Antarctica, the path of the wave anomaly crosses the mysterious Princess Elisabeth Station which is situated at the base of pyramid structures.

This leaves us to guess if the wave anomalies are coming from this station or from an unknown source near the station. But one thing is for sure, something in that area is creating this anomaly which they shooting out into the Pacific Ocean.’

Read more: ‘Mysterious Waves Of Energy Are Coming Out Of Antarctica’

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‘Cassini has used a gravitational slingshot around Saturn’s moon Titan to put it on a path towards destruction. Saturday’s flyby swept the probe into an orbit that takes it in between the planet’s rings and its atmosphere.

This gap-run gives the satellite the chance finally to work out the length of a day on Saturn, and to determine the age of its stunning rings. But the manoeuvre means also that it cannot escape a fiery plunge into Saturn’s clouds in September.

The US space agency (Nasa) is calling an end to 12 years of exploration and discovery at Saturn because the probe’s propellant tanks are all but empty. Controllers cannot risk an unresponsive satellite one day crashing into – and contaminating – the gas giant’s potentially life-supporting moons, and so they have opted for a strategy that guarantees safe disposal.’

Read More: Cassini probe heads towards Saturn ‘grand finale’

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‘Dark energy is not so dark anymore…or existent. A new study published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society asserts that the enigmatic dark energy doesn’t really exist. For the last two decades, it was believed that 68% of the universe was made from dark energy (in contrast, dark matter makes up 27% of the universe, while “ordinary” matter only accounts for 5%).

This dark energy explained that little something-something that described the motion of stars within galaxies, including the acceleration rate in which the universe expanded. And yes, that phrase was used intentionally: the fact is, astronomers had no real clue what they were seeing or how it influenced the universe.’

Read more: Scientists now claim ‘dark energy’ – which makes up 68% of the entire cosmos – may be totally imaginary

‘There may be good reason for your curiosity if you have ever wondered about what is really going on at the southernmost continent… With so many myths and rumors flying around about the place lately, we decided to do a little research of our own into the claims… which turned into a whole lot of research… and what was going to be a 10-minute video turned into this.’

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‘The unexplained disappearance of a Brazilian man has sparked a rush of conspiracy theories after it was discovered he left behind a room full of strange writings and a statue of a 16th century philosopher who is famous for his theories about space.

Bruno Borges has been missing since Monday March 27 when he mysteriously disappeared after a family dinner in the city of Rio Branco in northwest Brazil.

The psychology student’s disappearance sparked international interest after extraordinary footage, which is reportedly from the inside of Borges’ bedroom, was posted online.

The video shows the room’s walls and floor lined with hundreds of thousands of words of text as well as strange diagrams. There’s also a bookshelf full of books and 14 large notebooks full of writings with large roman numerals stamped on the covers.’

Read more: Alien-obsessed student disappears, leaving behind room full of strange writings

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‘Astronomers have detected a record seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star.

The researchers say that all seven could potentially support liquid water on the surface, depending on the other properties of those planets. But only three are within the conventional “habitable” zone where life is considered a possibility.

The compact system of exoplanets orbits Trappist-1, a low-mass, cool star located 40 light-years away from Earth.’

Read more: Star’s seven Earth-sized worlds set record

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‘Nasa is to host a major press conference on a “discovery beyond our solar system”.

The event will see the revelation of major information about exoplanets, or planets that orbit stars other than our sun, according to a release. It made no further mention of the details of what would be revealed.

Exoplanets are the major hope for life elsewhere in the universe, since many have been found that resemble our own Earth and could have the building blocks of life. More of them are being discovered all the time.’

Read more: Nasa to host major press conference on ‘discovery beyond our solar system’

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‘Starting on February 4th, each day WikiLeaks began sending out a series of cryptic question Tweets teasing the world about “Vault 7.”

The questions were framed in Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How format (but not in that order). Each came with an image “clue.”

Here they are in chronological order starting with the earliest.’

Read more: The Mystery Of WikiLeaks’ Cryptic ‘Vault 7’ – Do You Know What This Means?

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