3 of the items listed in "Strangest findings that will bugle(?) your mind"


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PRO: 14 Million Year Old Vehicle Tracks

CON: Ancient alien civilisation didn't drive giant all-terrain cars across Turkey's Phrygia Valley

An alien civilisation did not drive huge all-terrain vehicles across Turkey's Phrygia Valley 14 million years ago – the tracks were probably made by humans for agricultural purposes closer to 5,000 years ago, say experts.

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PRO: Massive European network of Stone Age tunnels that weaves from Scotland to Turkey

CON: Stone age tunnels (not)

A few radiocarbon dating analyses have also been performed, and they indicate that the galleries date back to the 10th to the 13th century. Bits of charcoal recovered from the Erdstall tunnels in Höcherlmühle date back to the period between 950 and 1050 A.D. ... The Erdstall tunnels are not an interconnected highway between Scotland and Turkey (which would have required people with rudimentary tools to dig a tunnel under the North Sea or the English Channel to reach mainland Europe). The tunnels comprise multiple unconnected passageways that have been found mainly in Germany, Austria, France, Ireland and Scotland

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PRO: Underwater City Baffles Archeologists

Yonagui Pyramid

CON: Yonaguni Monument

Masaaki Kimura, Professor Emeritus from the Faculty of Science at the University of the Ryukyus claims that the formations are man-made stepped monoliths. His ideas are disputed and there is debate about whether the site is completely natural, a natural site that has been modified, or a man-made artefact. Neither the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs nor the government of Okinawa Prefecture recognise the features as important cultural artefacts and neither government agency has carried out research or preservation work on the site.


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