25 Incredible Discoveries You Won’t Believe Exist

Posted by , Updated on April 4, 2017

Some of the most unbelievable things in the world are discovered each year, ranging greatly from minor to life-changing and from completely accidental to intended. There are also many different areas in which discoveries are made such as space exploration, archaeology, natural science etc. Some of these discoveries have even helped us to reveal or better understand some of the most unbelievable things in the world. Want to know what some of these discoveries are? From Tsunamis on Mars to the mysterious Shroud of Turin, if you want to learn more about some unbelievable things that are true, check out these 25 Incredible Discoveries You Won’t Believe Exist.

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Stone Spheres of Costa Rica

Stone Spheres of Costa Rica Source: world-mysteries.com

Located on the Diquis Delta and on Isla del Caño in Costa Rica, there is a variety of over 300 man-made stone spheres, (known as petrospheres). The spheres were discovered in the 1930’s as the site was being cleared for banana plantations. The spheres were probably made by the ancestors of native peoples who lived in the region at the time of the Spanish conquest, but their exact age and purpose still aren’t known.


If you think this is cool, wait until you see number 6!


Mandela Effect

human eyesSource: mandelaeffect.com, image: https://pixabay.com (public domain)

These days we hear about “alternative facts,” but what about “alternative memories?” Paranormal enthusiast Fiona Broome says she and many other people remember Nelson Mandela dying in the 1980’s in a prison, rather than in 2013 from an illness (the official version of Mandela’s death). She named this strange occurrence the Mandela Effect since there are many other cases of alternative memories that have been recorded among people from all over the world.


King Tut's Tomb

tutSource: livescience.com

King Tut’s nearly intact Tomb was discovered by Egyptologists Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon in 1922. King Tut was one of the most famous Egyptian pharaohs; his death, at the age of just 18, is still one of the greatest mysteries of ancient Egypt. The discovery of the tomb received worldwide press coverage, and it also sparked a renewed public interest in ancient Egypt.


Hurricane on Saturn

Hurricane on SaturnSource: science.nasa.gov, image: https://commons.wikimedia.org (public domain)

In 2013, a massive hurricane was discovered on Saturn by a NASA spacecraft circling the planet. The storm’s eye was about 2,000 km (1,250 mi) across with cloud speeds as fast as 530 km/h (330 mph). On Earth, warm oceans power hurricanes, but there are no oceans on Saturn, which makes the creation of such a gigantic storm difficult to explain.


Humpback Whale Songs

Humpback WhaleSource: http://news.nationalgeographic.com

The Humpback whales produce strange songs that scientists have been trying to explain for decades. In 2015, a completely new, haunting sound was recorded in the Humpback whales near the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The mysterious new noise has such a low beat it’s barely audible to human ears. Scientists don’t even know how the sound is made or what purpose it has.

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