The World’s Biggest Mystery

By May 8, 2017 October 17th, 2019 Blog
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Although science, technology, and research have gone a long way, there are still dozens of unsolved mysteries around the world that have been. Many people have to try to find logical explanations about these mysterious things but with no success and we now have to settle with speculations. This paper discusses some of the world’s biggest mystery:

The Taos Hum:

Taos Hum is a certain buzz that is often heard on the horizon in the town of Taos, New Mexico. The buzzing sound is like a distant diesel engine. The sound can only be heard by the naked ear, but various sounds detection devices are not able to pick it up.

Voynich Manuscript:

The voynich manuscript was written in an unknown language, and though centuries no one has been able to decode the meaning of the manuscript. The only this that some people have been able to understand are drawings found on various pages.

Bermuda Triangle:

Bermuda Triangle is a legendary expanse of Atlantic Ocean between Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Many pilots have said about situations where their instruments go haywire when they enter this region. Numerous ships have also been lost in this region of the sea. With numerous theories ranging from gas bubbles to alien, no one knows exactly what is behind this strange phenomena.

Kryptos:

At the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, there is a statue with coded encryption on its surface. These sculptures were created by Jim Sanborn to show that everything can be resolved and decoded using patterns and clues. Among the four sections of the inscription, only the first three have been decoded. But no one has been able to decode the fourth one.

Georgia Guidestones:

Georgia Guidestones, also known as the American version of Stonehenge, is a ten new commandments written in English, Hindi, Arabic, Hebrew, Russia, Arabic, Swahili, China, and Spanish. Although they were just erected in 1979, this Guidestones is shrouded in ministry has no one sure they were erected or for whom were they meant.