Things Science CANNOT Explain
- Published on Aug 18, 2018
- Don’t get us wrong. Science has told us a lot of things we wouldn’t be where we are without people learning about technology, biology, astronomy, chemistry--but even with all that, there’s just some things that elude even the smartest scientists.
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8. The Legend Behind Stonehenge
Looks like we haven’t figured out what in the world Stonehenge was made for. Archaeologists seemed to have booted out all those theories about it being aliens that made Stonehenge and concluded that it was constructed by good old, plain humans. Why was it made though? Have we come any closer in figuring out the purpose behind this ancient monolith formation? Lately, everyone’s been saying it’s a resting place. What’s even more mysterious is that we also haven’t figured out how humans could make something this monumental without industrial tools.
7. Clock, Wheel, or Gear?
The answer to the function of the Antikythera Mechanism? All of the above yet not really at the same time. This mechanism surle is a clockwork wheel with at least 30 meshing bronze gears. While we know that it must have been used as a navigational device, on that informed the Ancient Greeks of the movement of the moon, sun, planets, and could predict eclipses, historians also find it hard to fathom that something so old could be so advanced. In layman’s terms, this thing is a super old analog computer. It was said that it could even signal when they would host their next Olympic Games.
6. The Matter With Dark Matter
The universe is a vast,wide open place. With all our technology and all the humans investigating everyday and looking into the mystery of outer space, humans only know about 5% of what’s out there in the whole world. Out there in that darkness is dark matter, a form of matter that remains hypothetical when it comes to our planet’s understanding of it. Or this plane-of-existence’s understanding of it, anyway. We don’t know much about dark matter, but we do know that it seems to take up about 80% of the universe.
5. The Placebo Effect
Mind over matter, right? It seems that that phrase rings true sometimes in the medical world. All you need is some belief this stuff is working when it’s really sugar pills they’re feeding you. The mind is a powerful, the most powerful thing in your body at times. Scientists can point to instances where the placebo effect helped people recover from whatever they were feeling by simply believing they were taking pills that worked to combat their condition. Entirely convinced of the effectiveness of pill, the mind seems to heal your body. Doctors can’t even tell us with certainty why this works.
4. The Deep Hole On Mars
Sounds weird that there’s this huge hole in our neighboring planet but there it is. There’s a huge hole on Mars, one that astronomers over at NASA didn’t know was there until about 2001. A photo taken over the Mars’s south pole reveals that among this terrain full of half a million meteorite impacts is a hug circular pit. The photo, taken by a High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, or a HiRise camera, gives us a better, more detailed view of the planet’s surface even from up to 250 miles up. The position of the sun also let scientists see there’s some ice near the bottom on this hole.
3. Tabby,The Megastar
A new star has arrived on the scene, except this one-name wonder won’t be knocking anyone off the top 40 Billboard charts. Instead, it’s knocking out everything else. About 1,500l light-years away from Earth is Tabby’s Star, an alien megastructure star also known as KIC 8462851. The average star will dim down atan average rate of 1%. This megastructure star, however, has been experiencing these dimp dips at about 22%. IT can be found in Cygnus constellation. The weird fluctuations in brightness even lead some to believe aliens might have to do with all the dimming since they don’t know what else it could be.
2. The Fantastical And Supernatural
One thing scientists have never been able to completely disprove or prove to the rest of the world is the existence of figures such as ghosts, vampires, and even giants. From cryptid legends, strange fossils, to haunted houses, the idea of the fantastical and the supernatural has been a longtime enemy of science since that stuff goes against logic. People who claim to have seen ghosts are convinced of what they saw, even if they can’t prove it afterward. However, there are some scientists that, rather than say people are lying, explain that seeing ghosts is more of a mental phenomenon than something physical.