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Bestamskoe Ring

Even NASA is perplexed by these otherworldly 8,000-year-old formations in Kazakhstan

The Bestamskoe Ring is among the so-called Steppe Geoglyphs in Kazakhstan — at least 260 earthwork shapes made up of mounds, trenches and ramparts, the oldest estimated at years old, recognizable only from the air. Credit DigitalGlobe, via NASA

Was Tamana a Universal Civilization of Mankind Before the Great Flood?

Was there once a Universal World Culture? A researcher in Hawaii, Dr. Vomos-Toth Bator argued there was such a culture, and he presented over place names from around the world to prove his p

The Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts: Ancient springs, screws and metal. Thousands of these things -- some measure as small as 1/10,000th of an inch! -- were discovered by gold miners in the Ural Mountains of Russia in the 1990s. Dug up from a depth of 3 to 40 feet in layers of earth dating back to the upper Pleistocene era, these curious objects could be anywhere from 20,000 to 100,000 years old.

Wow! Check Out These Odd Ancient Artifacts

Ancient springs, screws and metal. Thousands of these things -- some measure as small as of an inch! -- were discovered by gold miners in the Ural Mountains of Russia in the Dug up from a depth of 3 to 40 feet in layers of earth.

The purpose of an ancient 93-mile wall in Jordan, but only 3 feet in height, continues to puzzle scientists since it's discovery in the 1940's.

93-Mile-Long Ancient Wall in Jordan Puzzles Archaeologists

A new map of an ancient wall in Jordan has left archaeologists with a series of mysteries, including questions over when the wall was built, who built it and what its purpose was.

Zeugma Gaziantep

Workers clear a mosaic depicting the nine Muses. Archaeologists Unearth Three Ancient Greek Mosaics in the Ongoing Excavation in Zeugma, Turkey

In May 2015, nearly half of all the saigas, a critically endangered antelope that roams the steppe of Kazakhstan, died off. Exactly why is still a mystery. Researchers have found clues that bacteria clearly played a role in the saigas' demise. But exactly how these normally harmless microbes could take such a toll is still a scientific mystery.

60,000 Antelopes Died in 4 Days — And No One Knows Why

It's still unclear why more than half of the saiga population of Kazakhstan died in late May, though bacteria played some role.

The Voynich Manuscript...dubbed the most mysterious Manuscript in the world

By Rossella LorenziDiscovery News The Voynich Manuscript, an enigmatic book that has frustrated codebreakers and linguists for a century, contains a genuine message, according to a new computer analysis. The study analyzed the unintelligible scripts that

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The Mysterious Desert Runways of the Tonopah Test Range - Urban Ghosts Media

“All these rocky fields were covered with the ruts left some millions of years ago....we are not talking about human beings.” The geologist says with certainty that the ruts are prehistoric without a doubt, due to the weathering and cracks observed. “The methodology of specifying the age of volcanic rocks is very well studied and worked out,” Koltypin said.

The deep tracks run along the landscape, some reportedly as deep as 3 feet meter).

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