5 Unexplained Archaeological Discoveries That Keep Puzzling Researchers to This Day
Strange and mysterious, thought-provoking and puzzling, these unexplained archaeological discoveries keep attracting the attention of researchers worldwide.
1. The 300,000-year-old nanostructures
While the scientists’ initial purpose was the extraction of gold, they found something far more valuable and interesting: these nanostructures (coils, spirals and shafts) were discovered during a geological research in the Ural Mountains, Russia. The Russian Academy of sciences examined these tiny objects, the larger of which were made of copper and the smaller from tungsten and molybdenum. No one can explain what the use of these mysterious objects was.
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2. The Siberian sinkholes
Yamal peninsula in Siberia, Russia, revealed one of the most intriguing unexplained archaeological discoveries – a 115-foot hole that keeps puzzling researchers. This strange phenomenon was created after a mysterious explosion. Consequent explosions created two more sinkholes in Russia’s north. The gigantic holes are believed to have been caused by gas explosions beneath the surface of the Earth. Andrei Plekhanov, a senior researcher at the Scientific Research Centre of the Arctic, is conducting further research on this mysterious holes.
3. The Bosnian Pyramids
These man-made pyramids, first sighted in 2005, are located near the town of Visoko, northwest of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The 220 meters high Pyramid of the Sun exceeds in size the Great Pyramid of Egypt (147 meters high). The precision it was built with is similar to that of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. Dr. Semir Osmanagić, Head of Anthropology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina, is in charge of the research conducted on these mysterious pyramids.
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