leaving no trace
Unsolved mystery of the 20th century: “Loss of aircraft in the Bermuda Triangle”
After a long break, the editors decided to continue a series of articles on unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. The hype around the Bermuda Triangle began in 1945 after five Grumman TVM-1 Avenger FT-19 torpedo bomber bombers of the FT-19 patrol and a rescue plane took off in search of them disappeared in the Atlantic on December 5 of this year.
On that day, five “applers” (avengers) flew from the US Navy Fort-Lauderdale airfield to carry out a training flight, the purpose of which was to work out group fun and maintain flight skills. The flight should have lasted three hours. Continue reading
Scenario of the future development of human civilization
According to the author’s research, the development of mankind in the next 150 years will be largely determined by the aggravation of the geo-critical situation on the planet in the years 2040-2058. This period will be at times large-scale natural disasters in the form of earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, typhoons and droughts. The processes of global warming will provoke accelerated melting of the Antarctic ice sheet so that many territories of Northern Eurasia and the ocean coast of both Americas will be under water. In 2090, the climate of Antarctica will resemble the climate of modern Sweden or Norway. Continue reading
What traces leave the aliens
The aliens’ research activity is accompanied by a visit to new planets, their satellites and asteroids for the purpose of scientific observations, as well as collecting samples from the natural environment, performing instrumental measurements and some experiments, often inaccessible to our understanding.
Planet Earth, like the other planets of our solar system, is regularly visited by aliens. It is known that at least 70 civilizations from different worlds illegally visit the Earth at least once a year, trying to exert minimal influence on people and nature as a whole. Separate civilizations from among the main curators are constantly on duty on Earth, tracking dangerous situations in hot spots and conducting continuous environmental monitoring of the entire surface of the planet. Continue reading