16 Unexplained Natural Phenomena Won't Stop Happening


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16 Unexplained Natural Phenomena Won't Stop Happening



It seems that modern science has an explanation for everything that happens around us. But as it turns out, nature has a lot of other tricks up its sleeve like dancing forest on the shores of the Baltic Sea, walking rocks, raining jellyfish, and other amazing things that are so impressive, people often try to provide explanations for them that are far from correct. By the way, some of these strange natural phenomena are really scary.

Take, for example, the throbbing hum in Taos, New Mexico that has driven locals wild since the 1990s. The low-frequency hum deprives people of sleep and depletes their energy. Even though scientists have tried to find the source of the hum, they still haven’t pinpointed its origin. Different variations of the hum have also been heard in the UK, Australia, Canada, and other areas of the United States. Luckily, only about 2% of the world’s population can hear it.

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TIMESTAMPS:
The Dancing Forest 0:01
Continuous storm 1:05
Jelly-like rain 1:40
Walking rocks 2:21
The Batagaika crater 3:02
The throbbing hum 3:37
Fairy rings 4:23
Las bolas 4:45
Glowing balls 5:20
Devil’s Kettle 6:00
Bizarre mating ritual 6:33
Floating lights 6:58
Boiling lake 7:41
Catatumbo lightning 8:26

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  1. The "jelly rain blobs" only happened once. The "Sailing Rocks" are being affected by
    much "external intervention" from ice sheet und high wind…They aren't moving on their
    own silly. 🙂 I've seen the Hessdalen Lights in 2001…Very awesome. Just very bright
    white or multi-colored streaks or blobs of light…Not man-made or lightning, no.

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