Scientists have recently discovered repeating radio signals coming from a mysterious source well beyond the Milky Way. While one-off fast radio bursts (FRBs) have been detected in the past, this is the first time multiple signals have been detected coming from the same place in space.
In 2015 at least 120,000 saiga antelopes died mysteriously en masse. This corresponds to about 50% of the entire population of these rare animals.
In 2004 authorities discovered a fully functioning movie theater in the Parisian catacombs, equipped with a fully functioning restaurant, stocked bar, and projecting equipment. Three days later, when the police returned accompanied by experts from the French electricity board to see where the power was coming from, the phone and electricity lines had been cut and a note was lying in the middle of the floor: “Do not,” it said, “try to find us.”
A mysterious lake, over 10m deep, appeared overnight in the Tunisian desert.
In 2006, a medical student named Brian Shaffer went missing. To this day, he has never been found. The really crazy part is that he was last seen going into a Columbus bar, a popular bar in a crowded part of the campus area that is filled with surveillance cameras. There is video of him entering the bar, but never exiting.
In 1978 a lone pilot flying in Australia reported to air traffic control that he was being accompanied by an aircraft above him. Asked to identify the aircraft, he radioed “It isn’t an aircraft”. His plane disappeared and has never been found.
Since 2001 astronomers have detected 11 high frequency radio signals, which share an underlying mathematical pattern that defies explanation as naturally occuring phenomena.
Something astoundingly huge in a distant region of space is attracting whole galaxies towards it. Known as “The Great Attractor”, it must be monumental in size to generate such a gravitational pull; in fact, many physicists argue that it is physically impossible for such a massive object to exist at all.