7 phenomena science can't explain + 2 bonuses

If science manages to unravel many mysteries, some still escape it. Besides UFOs, spontaneous combustion, ghosts and Atlantis, some events are still struggling to be explained. Legends, paranormal or real phenomena, here are 7 puzzles that science cannot yet explain.

Nazca lines

7 phenomena science can't explain
The geoglyphs of Nazca are immense drawings of geometric shapes or animals
The geoglyphs of Nazca are immense drawings of geometric shapes or animals and sometimes even human silhouettes, traced over more than 450 square kilometers of sand in the middle of the Peruvian desert. These figures, created by a pre-Inca civilization between 500 BC and 500 AD, remain an enigma. 
Researchers have recently suggested that these may have something to do with water. Indeed, some geoglyphs run along the water and that of the "hummingbird" would have the particularity of appearing only in summer after the passage of abundant rains. Could these designs have been intended for the gods to make rain fall? Researchers are still trying to find out what it means.

Deja vu

Deja vu is a phenomena science can't explain
Deja vu: research in neurophysiology suggests that this experience is caused by memory abnormalities or brain 
Deja vu, or that disconcerting feeling of having already seen or experienced a situation, has fascinated us for a long time. Yet science has still not identified the cause and nature of the phenomenon, although some theories exist. 
Research in neurophysiology suggests that this experience is caused by memory abnormalities or brain pathology. Still others associate déjà vu with memories of past lives. More plausible, let us retain the one involving the temporal lobe and the mechanisms of memory formation. 
One thing is certain, to better understand this phenomenon, it would be necessary to be able to recreate this impression, which is not easy.

Stonehenge

Where is stonehenge located and secret explanation
Stonehenge remains arguably one of the greatest mysteries in history
Stonehenge remains arguably one of the greatest mysteries in history. However, scientists have made progress in recent years, notably by discovering 15 Neolithic monuments buried just below the surface.
These suggest that it would not therefore be a site used only for special occasions, but a place where a multitude of activities took place. 
Other researchers have also argued that the famous giant stones, transported over 320 kilometers during the construction of Stonehenge, would have been chosen because of their acoustic properties! According to this theory, the Stonehenge site would have been a prehistoric glockenspiel or some sort of giant xylophone.

Big Foot

Whether we call him Big Foot, Yeti, abominable snowman or Sasquatch, he is the most mythical creature of cryptozoology
Picture of the Big foot, yati abominable snowman or Sasquatch
Whether we call him Big Foot, Yeti, abominable snowman or Sasquatch, he is the most mythical creature of cryptozoology. Hoax, folklore or being real, opinions differ. 
The legend, born of a photograph of a footprint taken by a mountaineer in 1951 is still defended by some to this day. The most likely hypothesis would be that of anthropologist Grover Krantz, who maintains that it would be a surviving population of Gigantopithecus blacki  or the offspring of an ancestral population separated from men. Regardless of the evidence, science does not recognize the Bigfoot, however, for lack of evidence.

Ball lightning

luminous sphere appears during a thunderstorm, it is a very enigmatic phenomenon of globular lightning or even ball lightning
Ball lightning on sky is a mysterious luminous sphere
When a mysterious luminous sphere appears during a thunderstorm, it is a very enigmatic phenomenon of globular lightning or even ball lightning. Observed around the world, ball lightning would often be accompanied by crackling or hissing. 
Another strange fact, the ball in question can remain motionless or even move. One of the theories is that lightning vaporizes a quantity of silicon by touching the ground, which would potentially be at the origin of the phenomenon. 
Another theory suggests that the ball is instead made of a material called "plasma" from gases heated to very high temperatures. Be that as it may, researchers have not finished trying to elucidate this phenomenon.

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle, or that famous geographic area of ​​the Atlantic Ocean
Bermunda Triangle in the Atlantic Ocean
The Bermuda Triangle, or that famous geographic area of ​​the Atlantic Ocean, was said to have been the scene of a large number of ship and aircraft disappearances. 
Nevertheless, it would appear that these disappearances are based mainly on misinterpreted information and not on hard evidence. If no anomaly has been spotted in this area, there is however a slight decrease in the Earth's magnetic field and the presence of violent storms and sometimes even  rogue waves. The place still raises many questions for some.

The 'sixth sense' or intuition

Intuition is a phenomenon that is difficult to explain
The 'sixth sense' or intuition
Intuition is a phenomenon that is difficult to explain. While for some it is a form of psychic energy, this ‘extrasensory’ sense, or sixth sense, at least represents the ability to know or understand something, without using logical reasoning or analysis. 
Many people say they make many decisions based on this feeling. According to some studies, trusting your intuition is a good thing. Deriving from our ancestral instinct, this little finger would often be right ...

Telepathy

Scientific community has long rejected telepathy, various experiments have shown, for some time, that such a way of communicating between two people is more plausible than one thinks
Telepathy is a mystery to science
If the scientific community has long rejected telepathy, various experiments have shown, for some time, that such a way of communicating between two people is more plausible than one thinks. Scientists have recently claimed to have succeeded in transmitting, for the first time, a mental message between two people on two different continents, without hearing or seeing words. 
Some also argue that telepathy technologies could be developed in the future. Until then, the phenomenon remains quite mysterious.

Strange seismic lights

Some have observed lights illuminating the sky during an earthquake
Strange seismic lights
Some have observed lights illuminating the sky during an earthquake. These rare luminous phenomena, with various colors and shapes, could result according to some from the electrical activity of rocks.
This theory, calling into question the electrical properties of silicon and oxygen containing minerals, would be a hypothesis to be considered, but which still remains to be proven ...

The ‘hum’, that unexplained noise

The "hum" is the name given to an irritating, low frequency noise heard by nearly one in 20 people
The ‘hum’, that unexplained noise
The "hum" is the name given to an irritating, low frequency noise heard by nearly one in 20 people. Disturbing residents of various places - in the US, UK and Northern Europe - it is described as a kind of buzz. 
If scientists have sometimes attributed this phenomenon to tinnitus or industrial noise, government agencies around the world have studied it, but without producing conclusive results. 

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