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Things That We Do Not Really Know For Sure

Updated on June 3, 2009
Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan
Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan

In this old world there are many things that we never really know for sure and still become a mystery.

1. The Bermuda Triangle

Most common news about the Bermuda Triangle are that this is the place where many aircrafts and surface vessels are reported dissappeared or missing in a mysterious way. Bermuda Triangle is a region in the western part of North Atlantic Ocean and also known as the Devil's Triangle. Many people lost in this area, one that still mysteriously missing is Ms. Amelia Earhart the woman aviator who become the first woman who fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and her navigator Mr. Fred Noonan. They were reported missing with "Electra" their aircraft near the Howland Island in July 2, 1937. They had been to Bandung in West Java, Indonesia for aircraft repairment before missing.They just lost without any explanation. Many similar cases were happened with aircrafts and ships that crossing the Bermuda Triangle.

Recently, the Air France Flight 447 is reported missing and many people think it's one of the Bermuda Triangle victim although there is no reason for that, because the Air France Flight 447 route's is not around that area. The Bermuda Triangle is still a great mystery that hard to explain.

Where's Amelia Earhart ?


Declassified Russian UFO Video

2. UFO

UFO or Unidentified Flying Objects are reported being seen in many areas. Many people have watched it the sky but they cannot identify it. People who have watched it describe that it looks like an aircraft and some describe it's like a meteor. But we never know for sure if the mysterious flying object is an alien space craft. Some UFO incidents will always hard to explain.

3. The Connection Between Mind and Body

The medical science is the first step to understand how the human mind affects the body.For example is placebo effect, that shows that human will feel relief from his pain because they believe the effectiveness of their treatment although it's not really like this. With these unexplanable process, the body's ability to cure itself is more amazing  than modern medical treatment.

4. Mind Power and ESP

The Mind Power and ESP or Extra-Sensory Perception are hard to explain. Many believe that intuition is one of the mind power. It's the ability to access the secret or special knowlege for the future. Many scientists have tested people who claimed to have a special  mind power but they came out with negative results. Many believe that mind power could not be tested.

5. The Near Death Experience

People who came out from the near death experience told that they were on a tunnel and saw light in the other end of the tunnel, or another experience that they met the people they loved, and had the peace feeling. But nobody could prove or verified the information around the death situation. This is one that we never really know for sure.

6. "Deja vu"

Deja vu is a French expression that means "have seen before" it's a mysterious feeling or puzzle about some certain place that you feel you have been there before in fact that is your first time you 're visiting that place. Many will think it must be from your previous lives but is there any previous lives ? I am not sure about that. In fact, I have felt about deja vu many times but I think just because I saw a similar building or similar city. This kind of feeling is still a mystery.

7. Big Foot

Big Foot is reported seen in United States. Big Foot the monster with huge body, hairy, and has a big foot that looks alike a human is been seen in decades. But there is no evidence of Big Foot presence. There is none of them (if they really exist) were reported shot by the hunter or naturally die and no evidence about their teeth, or bones.

Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness Monster

8. Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness is a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 km (23 miles) southwest of Inverness. Its surface is 15.8 metres (52 ft) above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for the alleged sightings of the legendary Loch Ness Monster, also known as "Nessie". Eventhough many claimed they have spotted the Loch Ness Monster, there is no exact explanation about that monster.

Taos Hum

9. The Taos Hum

What is this actually ? It's a kind of low-pitched sound that heard in Taos in New Mexico. It is usually heard only in quiet environtment. Only 2 percent of Taos residents reported that they heard that "hum". Many believe that the hum is caused by unusual accoustic and it even describe the hum like a distant diesel machine. But nobody know for sure where exactly the location of the hum.

10. Ghost

The story of the died human soul has been existed in the ancient culture and folklore such as MacBeth by Shakespeare in England. Many people have seen "sights" and strage shadows. The evidence include picture and photograph results. Some claimed they could speak to the ghost There is no quite enough explanation about that.


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      A Universal Truth 6 years ago

      I enjoyed reading your article, especially the bit about the Taos Hum, very interesting stuff.

    • febriedethan profile image

      febriedethan 7 years ago from Indonesia

      PaperNotes, you're right. Thank you for visiting and commenting.

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      PaperNotes 7 years ago

      Ours is a mysterious world that we should not fear but instead care for.


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