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message 1: by Krishna (new)

Krishna | 171 comments Mod
anyone interested in mysteries??

message 2: by Krishna (new)

Krishna | 171 comments Mod
time traveller-

John titor - he claimed to be a time traveler from the year 2036
traveled back in time to get an IBM 5100 and stopped
by in the year 2000. He made several predictions
among them some were right and some were wrong.
he claimed to have told a description of his time

for more info-

message 3: by Rohit (new)

Rohit | 99 comments Wooow.... Looks Interesting Krishna...

message 4: by Krishna (new)

Krishna | 171 comments Mod
here is something interesting-

Many early-modern Europeans believed in the existence of unicorns, in part, due to the writings of ancient authorities.

Ctesias (ca. 400 BCE), the Greek physician who served the Persian ruler Artaxerxes II, examined the unicorn. In his work entitled On India, Ctesias referenced the unicorn which he called the wild ass of India. It was roughly the size of a horse and had one horn. It also had pharmacological benefits because its horn was an antidote to poison, and those who drank from the horn could not be harmed. The beast could only be killed by bow and javelin. Furthermore, according to Ctesias, unicorn flesh was inedible on account of its bitterness. From roughly 400 BCE onwards, an animal in the shape of a horse with one horn existed in the minds of people, and its horn had the pharmacological benefit of being an antidote to poison.

and unicorns were also found on Harappan seals

message 5: by Rohit (new)

Rohit | 99 comments Yes, Even I've Seen These Scripts and Records.....

message 6: by Krishna (new)

Krishna | 171 comments Mod
The Tunguska event...

A meteor or a chunk of antimatter??

message 7: by Rohit (new)

Rohit | 99 comments Krishna wrote: "The Tunguska event...

A meteor or a chunk of antimatter??"

The Tunguska event was a large explosion that occurred near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River in Yeniseysk Governorate (now Krasnoyarsk Krai), Russia, on the morning of 30 June 1908 . There is a Controversy to establish as to what caused the event.

The Tunguska event has always been mysterious and intriguing because no one has been able to fully explain the explosion that leveled 830 square miles of Siberian forest. But the latest research has concluded that the Tunguska explosion was almost certainly caused by a comet entering the Earth's atmosphere.

Here is a Release of the Detailed article:

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