Saturday, September 6, 2014

300 000 Years Old Hi Tech Nano spirals Found in Ural Mountains

In 1991, the appearance of extremely tiny, coil-shaped artifacts found near the banks of Russia’s Kozhim, Narada, and Balbanyu rivers brought about a debate that has continued to this day. These mysterious and minuscule structures suggest that there may have been a culture capable of developing nanotechnology 300,000 years ago.
These manufactured coils were initially discovered during geological research associated with the extraction of gold in the Ural mountains. These pieces include coils, spirals, shafts, and other unidentified components.
According to an analysis from the Russian Academy of Sciences in Syktyvkar, the largest pieces found are mostly copper, while the smallest are made of tungsten and molybdenum.
While the largest of these objects measure 1.18 inches, the smallest are only 1/10,000th of an inch, and many exhibit Golden Mean proportions. Their shape suggests that they are manufactured and not naturally occurring metal fragments. In fact, they have been found to closely resemble the same miniature components of contemporary nanotechnology.
Though some have asserted that these tiny structures are merely debris left behind from test rockets being launched from nearby Plesetsk space station, a report from the Moscow Institute determined that they are far too old to have come from modern manufacturing.
In 1996, Dr. E.W. Matvejeva, from the Central Scientific Research Department of Geology and Exploitation of Precious Metals in Moscow, writes that, despite being thousands of years old, the components are of a technological origin.
The pieces were found at a depth between 10 and 40 feet, in a geological stratus between 20,000 and 318,000 years old.
How were humans able to manufacture such tiny components in the distant past, and what were they used for? Some believe that the coils prove the human race enjoyed a sophisticated level of technology in the Pleistocene era, while others assert that the findings are the work of extraterrestrials.
The artifacts have been studied at four different facilities in Helsinki, St. Petersburg, and Moscow. However, further research into these tiny structures seems to have ended in 1999 with the death of Dr. Johannes Fiebag, a principal researcher of the find.

Nervous Ghost caught on tape?

Did you see that adorable little smudge nervously navigating the un-crowded lobby? Notice he didn't just run up to these people and menacingly play with their hair or warn them of their impending doom. Nope! Ghost or no, whatever this thing was it seemed more scared of that man than the man was of him.

Friday, September 5, 2014

WATCH: Puppy love? Indian girl marries a DOG to warn off evil spirits

IN perhaps the most bizarre wedding ceremony of the year - an 18-year-old Indian girl has married a DOG to warn off evil spirits.

Mangli Munda, from a remote village in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand, said 'I do' to the stray canine in a lavish ceremony surrounded by 70 friends and family.
The wedding was organised by village elders after a local guru led Mrs Munda's parents to believe that she possessed bad luck, and that marrying a man would bring devastation to her village.
The furry groom, Sheru, arrived at the ceremony in style - escorted in a chauffeur driven car - and was greeted by well-wishers.
But Mrs Munda, who has not been to school, said that she had more than cold feet on the big day.
The hesitant bride admitted that she was not happy to marry a dog, but did so in the hope that her luck would change.
She said: "I am marrying a dog because the village elders believe that my evil spell will be passed on to the dog.
"After that is done, the man I will marry will have a long life."
Her father, Sri Amnmunda, was happy for his daughter to go through with the matrimony and even picked out the privileged pooch  .
He said: "The village elders told us that we should organise the wedding as soon as we can. We had to make sure that the evil spell is destroyed.
"And marrying a dog is the only way to get rid of the bad luck."
Amazingly, this is not the first time that a local girl has wed a canine in Mrs Munda's village.
Her father added: "Many weddings like this have taken place in our village and also the other neighbouring villages.
"This is a custom that we thoroughly believe in."
According to village customs, Mrs Munda is free to marry again later in life without divorcing the dog.
"My villagers say that many girls like me have followed this ritual and they have gotten rid of their evil spells and are living happy lives now," she said.
"I will also be free to marry a man of my dreams after after the evil spell is over."
But despite the fact that the groom is a bit on the furry side, Mrs Munda's mother insists that this was just like any other wedding.
"Apart from the fact that the groom is a dog, we followed all customs," said Seema Devi.
"We respect the dog as much as we would respect a normal groom.
"We had to spend money on this wedding in the same way as we would in a normal wedding.
"But that is the only way we can get rid of her bad luck and ensure the benevolence of the village."
Now that the big day is over, Mrs Munda will go on to look after Sheru like any other pet while looking out for her true prince charming.
She added: "I will marry a man one day.
"It is the dream of every girl to marry a prince charming.
"So I am also waiting for my prince."

It May Sound Insane, But At One Time, These Medical Practices Were Totally Accepted By Everyone.

Modern medicine may be the closest thing we have to actual magic. As doctors continue to find treatments that inflict the less pain, our lifespans will continue to increase (unless pharmaceutical companies keep jacking up the price). It's easy to forget though that there was a reason why people were afraid to go to the doctor during times of old—medicine was freaking terrifying! Check out these medical procedures that actually existed that look like an actual nightmare. 

1.) Blood Letting: For a very long time, the body was believed to be full of something called "humors". Sometimes a person was sick because of "bad humors" would need to have those drained out of him by induced bleeding. Cause nothing says "good humored" like a bunch of skin slits made all over the body.

2.) Trepanning: Here the doctor would drill a giant hole in the patient's head for this was believed to cure epilepsy and other mental disorders. But you know, it would also cause create the symptoms of having a giant hole in your brain, so...

3.) Malaria: Fevers were thought to kill syphilis, so doctors of old would often infect their patients with malaria. Of course the side effects of malaria include death mostly.

4.) Net Suspension: This man didn't just completely fail at getting into his hammock, he is actually being treated for scolioses. Doctors felt the best way to align someone's back was to string them up like they were caught in some kind of Ewok trap on the moon of Endor.

5.) Radiation Injection: In the 60's, doctors in Maryland experimented with treating severe acne with radiation. Even in high school, I think I would rather have acne than skin cancer, thank you.

6.) Pedicle Grafts: This acid-trip-demon is actually a man who in WWI was injured and had part of his skin sewn into a tube and temporarily placed on his nose as reconstructive treatment. This procedure of course eventually led to modern skin grafting, but that doesn't make this any easier to look at this morning.

7.) Heliotherapy: Not sure why they made them hold hands in their underwear (seriously is this some kind of creepy cult?), but these children are being treated for tuberculosis by standing around a strong lamp. The theory was that the lamp would increase their Vitamin D, which helped them fight the bacteria.

8.) DDT Delousing: Spraying people's heads with DDT was actually an effective way to kill lice, if you don't mind cancer or global warming so much.

9.) Fecal Bacteriotherapy: This one is actually still used today as it is 90% in treating Clostridium difficile infection. To put it bluntly, they inject someone else's poop up your butt. Sounds gross, but it actually realigns the healthy bacteria in the colon.

10.) Leeching: Another method of getting rid of those pesky "humors", leeches are still used today to get rid of blood clots.

11.) Mercury Medicine: The stuff often associated with making our hatters mad was once used to treat wounds.

12.) Maggot Therapy: If you happen to have a limb that is oozing with rotten flesh, maggots are here to clean that wound up. So helpful.

13.) Urine Therapy: Many civilizations once believed drinking urine was good for the skin and could cure allergies. The Romans even used it as a natural teeth whitener. This guy is drinking it because he believes it helps him get into a meditative state. Ok dude, whatever floats your boat.

It's this kind of stuff that makes you wonder if our current medical treatments will someday seem horrible and outdated. Like do band-aids even do anything? (I'm not convinced.) At least it's still better than attempting to make a pimple disappear by injecting it with radiation.


Thursday, September 4, 2014

This Enhanced Audio of The "Tree Shaker Bigfoot" Is Frightening

There's something uncomfortable about this audio. Some say the Bigfoot in TheSquatchMaster's video could be his sound, but the audio suggests something totally different. Listen closely and hear for yourself:


LIQUID LAKES on Mars? - Take a look at this Snapshots...

Scientists have long studied the possibility of water on Mars, analyzing evidence that suggests liquid water existed on the Red Planet in the past.  Recent evidence of gullies formed within the last decade raises the possibility of liquid water on or near the surface.  These findings are incredibly significant, because where there’s water there may be life.

Take a look at this Snapshots:

Eugene Sonny Irvine: Coordinates + Bobby Lee Vaughn Jr: Snapshots 
Coordinates: 46˚ 56' 07.19"S 19˚ 15' 09.71"E
Snapshots: September 2nd, 2014

Also take a look at this video:

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Bigfoot Arm Found In Florida?

Here it is ladies and gentlemen. This arm was found near one of Stacy Brown Jr.'s favorite hotspots in Florida. According to Brown, there are no bears or monkeys in this area. This is definitely a unique find. The arm will be sent out to a lab for study.

We recieved a non-human primate arm this morning. FWC officials ruled out bear and human by the makeup of the bones. What kind of primate arm this is we dont know as of yet. Here is a photograph of the arm. We are in talks now with people to test the samples we send. We are hopeful this may be a skunk ape's arm. We will find out for sure one way or another. This was found in an area with alot of bigfoot activity. We even found a trackway in the sand in april with 100+ tracks. We will keep you updated and hope to have a video of the arm this evening. Happy Labor day!!!

In May 2012, the Brown family released a thermal footage filmed in Liberty County, FL back. It's one of the most interesting pieces of footage to come out in a long time. The Browns were so excited about sharing their finding that they called up WCTV news and told them, "We have footage of Bigfoot!".


Was a UFO captured on video during a St. Louis newscast?

A Labor Day lightning storm put on a spectacular show for St. Louis Monday night. Some of the storm’s flashes were used during live cut-aways during the FOX 2’s nightly newscast.  Some viewers say they saw something strange at around 9:07pm.
Anchor Shirley Washington explains that meteorologist Chris Higgins will be giving updates on the severe weather in the area throughout the newscast.  Over her voice is a view from FOX 2’s roof camera.  During that shot something flashes across the screen.  The flying object is illuminated by flashes of lightning.  In the blink of an eye it is gone.


These 52 Bizarre Google Street Photos Were Definitely Taken At The Right Time.

Most of us have used Google Street View, it allows users to virtually explore streets all around the world. Some of the views contain some really funny, strange, and unexplainable sights. They are all captured by the Google Street View team as they drive around snapping photos of streets and the surrounding area. We’ve rounded up some of the best views for you to enjoy.
#1. Momma and her baby out for a stroll.
#2. Stuck in a bind.

#3. Twins out for a walk.

#.4 Getting out just in time.

#5. Uh-oh! I hope someone called the fire department.

#6. Is someone missing a boat?

#7. A brush fire. 

#8. How do we tell mom?

#9. Out for a walk.

#10. An overflow.

#11. Roman touch. 

#12. Buildings.

#13. A serene escape.

#14. Lonely road through the winter tundra.

#15. A random monkey enjoying the view.

#16. A walk through history.

#17. Leaving a trail.

#18. God of lightning.

#19. Smile! You’re on camera.

#20. Birds of a feather, flock together.

#21. Random sculpture on a grassy hill.

#22. A tulip field.

#23. The beauty of nature.

#24. Exotic nightlife.

#25. Primate jacuzzi somewhere in Japan.

#26. Easy riders.

#27.  Just a tiger taking a walk in a parking lot, no big deal. 

#28. Wall deco. 

#29. A  caribou on a lonely road.

#30. People enjoying their day by a waterfall.

#31. A penguin convention.

#32. Laundry day. 

#33. A rocky house.

#34. Enterprise ship house. 

#35. A staged murder by car mechanics somewhere in Scotland.
They knew the Google Street View team was coming by so they pulled the prank. It was later taken down and replaced with a different view.
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#36. Finding a parking spot.

#37. Flying high.

#38. A colorful place in the shade.

#39. A beautiful horse about to run away.

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#40. People dressed for Halloween? I hope.


#41. A man out for a walk.

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#42. A happy dog on a car ride.

#43. A big mess to clean up.

#44. A full rainbow in Dartmoor National Park, UK.
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#45. A new twist on ‘The Birds.’ 

#46. A penguin riding on the back of a Penny Farthing bike. 
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#47. A view of the Redwoods in Northern California.
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#48. A lightning strike in Romania. What a great shot!

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#49. A bus crash.

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#50. An embarrassing moment captured in Salvador.

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#51. A bird pooped in one of the 9 Street View cameras.

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#52. A marriage proposal with the help of Street View team. She said yes!.

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Have you looked up what your Google street view yet? Mine is boring, but the next time they come around for photos I have some great ideas.