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Eight astronomical mysteries

astronomicaWorld exists about 13.7 billion years, but there are still many mysteries that still can not solve humanity. Science magazine named the most problematic secrets according to astronomers.

Dark energy is supposed that dark energy – a mysterious force that causes space to grow with ever-increasing speed. This term is used by astronomers to explain the accelerating expansion of the universe. Prove this elusive force is not yet possible, but scientists believe that it is approximately 73% of the universe. Dark Matter Dark matter – the invisible mass, which is believed to be about 23% of the entire universe. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on November 28, 2013 in Mysterious, Planet


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The Mayan astronomical computer

The Mayan computerThe Mayan priest’s astronomers used a computer to perform complex visual astronomical calculations easily and accurately.

His observations were recorded in hieroglyphic books, where tables were developed for predictions. Three books – The codices of Dresden, Paris and Madrid- containing such tables, with explanations and applications.

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Posted by on August 21, 2013 in civilization, Pyramids


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The world’s most mysterious manuscript

Over one hundred years have tried to crack the code without success. The overall impression created by the surviving leaves of the manuscript suggests that it was meant to serve as a pharmacopoeia or to address issues of medieval or modern medicine. However, the puzzling details of illustrations have fueled many theories about the origin of the book, the contents of your text, and the purpose for which it was conceived. The document contains illustrations that suggest the book is presented in six parts: Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 15, 2012 in Mysterious


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An Ancient Knowledge-Astronomy

Ancient ,KnowledgeThe ancient civilizations can often embarrass scientists “orthodox”, which are found more often in front of the elements and evidence seem to indicate that reports of “cultural kin” individuals even among peoples separated by mountains or oceans, often to the point that no civilization can be accurately indicated as “original source” for these extraordinary likelihoods. One could explain the while posing as a starting point the existence of a civilization that is a common basis for all other hypothesis certainly hated and repudiated by orthodox scientists, who consider this hypothesis as the fruit of the imagination. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 6, 2012 in civilization


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