Scientists believe gravity
is everywhere, yet they do not know how it works. Why is it a mystery?
No one knows how it works. Gravity is a mystery.
But Alexander still had
a problem. How could he get the diamonds when all these snakes were
in there? Alexander took sheep with very thick coats and threw them
in the pit with the snakes. He pulled the sheep back up again.
The diamonds stuck to the thick coats of the sheep and they picked them
off the coats.
By Seth Wimberly
Soon the sultain became mad at Ali Pasha and sent men to arrest him. When they arrived, Ali Pasha told his men to attack . They did not. So he fought. The battle was over in seconds.
When he was dying, he asked
that his two most precious items be destroyed with him. The treasures
were his wife and the diamond. When the guard brought these things,
Ali Pasha asked that the diamond be destroyed first. After the diamond
was destroyed, he died. The guard said to Ali Pasha's wife, "You
should be happy. Your husband loved his diamond more than you or
you would be dead right now."
There are many weird buildings
on the earth that seem to have magical powers. Everybody that visits
the pyramids and Sphinx in Egypt senses their mysterious traits.
A Sphinx was found in Egypt and all of its facial features were almost
entirely worn away. They think it must have been under water because
what was gone couldn't have been destroyed by sand in the air.
The Earth is full of strange forces that even modern science doesn't understand.
Why did the North and the South Poles switch places 30,000 years ago? Ancient people recognized long lines of magnetic force and in some places the energy was concentrated into a kind of whirlpool, like in England and Australia. What caused these?
The lines of Nazca
were discovered in AD 500 in Lima, Peru. People thought they were
just lines, but when the airplane was invented, people saw that the lines
were pictures. The ancient people thought the lines were made by
their gods. What really did make these huge pictures?
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