Questions that no one can Answer!

After dedicating a whole post for the unsolved mysteries of the world, the intrigue of readers have evoked more! Let’s get to know today about some more places with some more unanswerable phenomens, those questions that no one can answer in the world about these places.

Lake Anjikuni – Nunavut, Canada

Located at the Kivallig Region of rural Nunavut in Canada, the region is also called the place of the dead. An entire village with hundreds of people have been disappeared overnight from this place with nothing if them left. Studies have recorded this incident of living back to 1930. No remains of the dead bodies or villagers have been found since. There have been innumerable studies and researches done about this place, but this question of the village’s dissapearance is still unanswered.

Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

The Moeraki Boulders, formed in sea floor sediments about 60 million years ago, are large spherical “stones” lie on the Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s Otago coast. Experts say the unusual rocks are the result of erosion, time and concretion – when a compact mass of sedimentary rock is formed by the precipitation of natural mineral cement within the spaces between sediment grains.

Scientists believe they are spherical as their source of carbon was mass diffusion and rocks two metre in diametre ‘grew’ over a five million year period, when up to 50 metres of marine mud settled on top of them.

Sailing Stones, Death Valley

The sailing stone has been a mystery since 1915 when people saw a track which indicated a stone has moved itself in the dry land. Some rocks takes linier moments while other creates oval turns. But the rocks move, the proper reason for their movements or sailing hasn’t been recorded still.

Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island

A long stretch of a beach covered by billions of luminous blue dots. The seemingly magical imagery is actually anything but – it is caused by bioluminescent phytoplankton (Lingulodinium polyedrum). These tiny organisms glow like fireflies whenever they are stressed or otherwise agitated by surface tension and acidity. Although they have been found in similar other seas, but the reason they glow only here, is a question of which the answer is still not satisfactory yet.

Yonaguni Monument

Yonaguni Monument in Japan is said to be around five thousand years old. Its unique and something weird too. They say it’s been either made by primitive men or even by aliens or some super natural creatures. But the exact answer to this is still not available.

Let’s keep in exploring our globe and keep on finding some mysteries which cause intrigue and interest and the excitement to solve these as soon as possible!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Sayan Bhattacharya says:

    Wonderful collection of intriguing places! Thank you for enlightening us Saba.. enjoyed reading your post.

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  2. jaya1966 says:

    Lake Anjikuni – Nunavut, Canada sounds chilling. Reminds me of the Bermuda triangle where ships and planes disappear and are never heard off again.

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  3. SeemaMisra says:

    Wow … what spooky places. The stones being dragged for reason … that is interesting. Your article reminded me of the show “Ancient Aliens.” Would love to see the Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island.

    Would love it if you could check out my #AtoZchallenge post on Q.

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