The Unexplained Plus UFO
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What Science Can't Explain Science is powerful, but it cannot explain everything.
Disappearance of the Indus Valley Civilization With a culture that stretched from western <a href="http://www.livescience.com/environment/ap_050317_tsunami_city.html">India</a> to Afghanistan and a population numbering over five million, the ancient Indus Valley people—India's oldest known civilization—were an impressive and apparently sanitary bronze-age bunch.
It's a tale that has all the trappings of a cult 1960s sci-fi movie: Scientists bring back ancient salt crystals, dug up from deep below Death Valley for climate research. The sparkling crystals are carefully packed away until, years later, a young, unknown researcher takes a second look at the 34,000-year-old crystals and discovers, trapped inside, something strange.
When it comes to the existence of UFOs, I have to admit that I'm rather agnostic about the subject.
The Udumbara flower was found in the home of a Chinese nun in Lushan Mountain, Jiangxi province, China. The rare Youtan Poluo or Udumbara flower, which, according to Buddhist legend, only blooms every 3,000 years, measures just 1mm in diametre.