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IN People ON 13 Jan, 2016
Do mysteries interest you? They surely do, and I guarantee that the mysteries that I will cast in my story today will not disappoint your palate.
Past two years saw a mix of extremely sad happenings and the greatest of the extraterrestrial findings which gave scientists and archaeologists enough work to ensure they don't get much time to eat or sleep.
When I say mysteries, I mean by the incidents that took the world by storm, literally STORM. So, tuck yourself into a safer place and read the story till the end.
In the early September, Bardarbunga was responsible for creating a 32 square mile of a lava field, which was one of the most devastating events Iceland has seen. The volcano saw three unimaginable happenings- most hazardous amount of sulphur dioxide emission, largest sinking and an unknown reason behind it.
While we thought Earth's moon or planet Mars can only have life, Saturn's 6th moon proved to be the most habitat-friendly place outside the Earth.
Nebraska was struck by twin tornadoes which were one of their kinds. With the EF-4 intensity, causing winds of 200 mph speed, the tornadoes swept the whole town in a way that the scar on Earth was captured by NASA's satellite.
One of the biggest mysteries, the appearance of "larger than life" hole in the Yaman Peninsula left scientists spell-bounded. Theories say that methane leaking or geothermal heat flux can be the possible reasons. Nothing proved, though.
In yet another incident of aircraft missing, the Malaysian flight disappeared when on its way to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. Almost every country that could help came forward and searched for the plane all around the Indian Ocean, but did not find anything. 239 on board people are missing and probably dead.
WT1190F is supposed to have been orbiting the Earth from as long as 2009. Since then, NASA found it, lost track of it, and again finds it. It was believed to impact Earth on November 13, but luckily it didn't. The mystery continues.
These days, many other things on Earth are giving tough competition to the Great Wall of China. The Geoglyphs of Kazakhstan could be evident of an 8000-year-old civilisation. Whatever be it, these Geoglyphs are surely a matter of mystery, at least for the archaeologists.
Iguala mass kidnapping saw 43 Mexican students getting kidnapped after policemen stopped their bus while they on a protest. It is alleged that police then handed over the students to a gang. 80 are arrested since then while local people are still asking for justice.
Researchers found 17 unknown ancient monuments under Stonehenge. The 5000-year-old structure came up as a treasure for the archaeologists when they discovered this using the latest of technologies. Stonehenge that was thought to be an independent structure is hence under questions.
Embarrassing company secrets were all unveiled when a mysterious hacking scene took place. You will not believe, but the company is still trying to overcome from that. North Korea is seen as the potential perpetrator, following the ban on the SONY film The Interview casting Seth Rogen and James Franco. These all mysterious might never be undone, but we should, at least, be aware of them. SHARE the awareness among.
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