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10,000 Year Old Rock Alien And UFO Paintings Found In Chhattisgarh, India

Indian archaeologists have discovered 10,000-year-old rock paintings that depicts aliens and UFOs in an ancient cave, situated in tribal Bastar region of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. "The findings suggest that humans in prehistoric times may have seen or imagined beings from other planets which still create curiosity among people and researchers. Extensive research is needed for further findings. Chhattisgarh presently doesn't have any such expert who could give clarity on the subject," Archaeologist JR Bhagat told Times Of India.

TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj

TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj

TOI photo by Amit Bhardwaj

There are several beliefs among locals in these villages. While few worship the paintings, others narrate stories they have heard from ancestors about "rohela people" — the small sized ones — who used to land from sky in a round shaped flying object and take away one or two persons of village who never returned. 

"The paintings are done in natural colours that have hardly faded despite the years. The strangely carved figures are seen holding weapon-like objects and do not have clear features. Specially, the nose and mouth are missing. In few pictures, they are even shown wearing space suits. We can't refute possibility of imagination by prehistoric men but humans usually fancy such things," the archaeologist said.

He added that it is a co-incidence that such ancient images appear to have sharp resemblance to UFOs shown in alien movies. "The fan-like antenna and three legs of vehicle's stand clearly show a similarity to UFO type craft," he said. 

Chhattisgarh state department of archaeology and culture plans to seek help from NASA and ISRO for research.
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Giant hole appears at Yamal in Siberia

A mysterious giant hole has suddenly appeared at Yamal,translates as the "end of the world", in Siberia, Russia. Yamal holds some of Russia's largest gas reserves and the crater appeared less than 20 miles from the biggest gas field, Bovanenkovo. The hole is about 262 feet (80 meters) in diameter and it certainly doesn't look like a sinkhole, although you can see a large cavern under it. The dark colour of the crater's sides was said in a Zvezda TV report to indicate "temperature processes" or burning. Whatever caused it, it is large enough to comfortably fit several military helicopters in the entrance. 



Some have speculated it could have been made by a meteorite striking earth, an underground explosion, or is a sinkhole caused by collapsing rock, the Siberian Times reported.

Anna Kurchatova from Sub-Arctic Scientific Research Centre thinks the crater was formed by a water, salt and gas mixture igniting an underground explosion, the result of global warming. She postulates that gas accumulated in ice mixed with sand beneath the surface, and that this was mixed with salt - some 10,000 years ago this area was a sea.

Talking to The Sydney Morning Herald, polar scientist Dr. Chris Fogwill says it's likely to be a geological phenomenon called a pingo—a block of ice that's grown into a small hill in the frozen arctic ground.

Source : dailymail.co.uk
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Images Of The Week (06 Jul 14 - 12 Jul 14)

The Northern Patagonian Icefield in the Andes Mountains in Chile is the remaining fragment of an ice sheet that covered the entire region a million years ago. It's one of the biggest remaining glaciers in non-polar temperate regions of the world. Satellite images show that it's been losing a lot of mass in recent years, due to climate change

Etibar Elchiyev poses with 50 metal spoons magnetized to his body during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for 'Most Spoons On A Human Body' on Dec 14, 2011
Photograph by David Mdzinarishvili

The Sigiriya Rock Fortress - Colombo, Sri Lanka
Image Credit : whltravel/flickr

Crescent Moon Tower, Dubai

Awapuhi Trail, Kauai

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Google Map Spotted Mysterious Giant Lines In Gobi Desert

A Google Maps satellite has spotted unidentified titanic structures in the middle of the Chinese desert. The first one is an intricate network of what appears to be huge metallic stripes. Is this a military experiment? They seem to be wide lines drawn with some white material. Or maybe the dust have been dug by machinery. It’s located in Dunhuang, Jiuquan, Gansu, north of the Shule River, which crosses the Tibetan Plateau to the west into the Kumtag Desert. It covers an area approximately one mile long by more than 3,000 feet wide. The tracks are perfectly executed, and they seem to be designed to be seen from orbit.



The suggestion that the lines were created to be seen from space is dubious at best. An identical claim is often made for the Nazca lines, in the Atacama desert of Peru. Those lines, also, are sometimes said to have been designed to be seen from space . However, upon zooming in, planes and burnt-out trucks can be seen on some of the photographs, which hints that they may indeed be targets of some kind.

At this point no one really knows for sure, but the most likely explanation is that it’s a military target practice range. It is in fact only one of several similar sites in the area, and at least one of the others has airplanes sitting in the center of it. As Paul Marks of New Scientist points out, “Clearly, it is some kind of military target for airstrike or gunnery practice. Another 4 x 4 piece grid some 200 meters across has some pieces clearly blown to smithereens, again supporting the target practice theory, and a dummy runway in garish bluish-white is probably for air-to-ground strafing practice.”

Source : news.discovery.com
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Images Of The Week (29 Jun 14 - 05 Jul 14)

A Shelf cloud comes from the south over Bondi Beach
Photograph by Damian Shaw

From the U.S. Geological Survey, here's an image of the sun rising over the Arctic Ocean. It was taken from taken from atop the bridge over the bow of the USGC Healy, a research ship

Young cheetah with her 3 cubs
Image Courtesy - NDR Naturfilm

The Sphinx, Giza, Egypt

Hopewell Rocks at Low Tide, near The Bay of Fundy

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