25 Mind-Melting Things Science Is Lost On

Science is complete. It's definite. It always has the answers -- right? We asked our readers to show you how foolish you are for thinking that way. The most mind-blowing mystery is below, but first the runners-up ...

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Entry by kuan

Why do we yawn? CRACKED COM

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Entry by dardafdti

Leaves allow plants to harness more of the suns energy than scientists can explain. It is now thought to use quantum effects.

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Entry by SaturdayCast

KI K K A mosque in Iran ConSTructed in 1316 called the Menar Jonban (Shaking Minarets)) has two minarets. It has been designed SO that if one is shake

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Entry by dardafdti

The Sun's corona is several million degrees hotter than the surface. Science has still yet to explain how.

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Entry by evt_must_go

Take this pill And you'11 be cured just as long as you believe me the PLACERO effect CRAGKEDCON

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Entry by JackdaMan171

9 out of 10 people in the worlld are right-handed It's stilll unclear why this is CRACKEDCONT

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Entry by dardafdti

In several locations around the world, rocks have been shown to scoot along the desert floor, sometimes turning or reversing direction with no good re

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Entry by mdc2142

A massive hurricane on Saturn was photographed by Cassini in 2013. It is 20 times the size of any hurricane on Earth. Its eye is bigger (in area) than

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Entry by dardafdti

They jellyfish in Eil Malk lake all died in 1998. They returned in 2000 with no explanation.

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Entry by dardafdti

Many species of birds migrate to and from the same area every year without the aid of GPS, a map or compass. Science isn't sure how they do it. CRACKE

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Entry by cantab314

Since almost the invention of the telescope, people have been observing changing events on the Moon. The geologically dead Moon. Witnessed by author

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Entry by Sulaco

Science has yet arplam sloer to uhy ue requre

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Entry by Sulaco

Monarch butterflies undertake an annual migration cycle of many thousands of miles, just like birds. Thing is, they only live about six months, which

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Entry by RyLeGr

On August 15, 1977, a radio signal was detected at Ohio Wesleyan University's Perkins Observatory. The signal bore expected hallmarks of potential non

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A 1996 University of Arizona study showed that Giraffes don't use their necks for feeding. hmtpefwww. ie rineon ade Cirfel WinningyANeck.pdf Scientist

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Entry by Mike Bedard

White or bluish flashes have been known to appear right before large earthquakes and last for several seconds Theories range from piezoelectricity to

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Entry by Lockenlord

Gravity Fs/l FTL L Lm T TO Fs/t S/T Still a greater mystery than evolution CRAGKEDCONT

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Entry by bullamakanka

THE MOON ILLUSION: Is THE MOON LARGER ON THE HORIZON THAN HIGHER IN THE SKY? THE ANSWER IS NO... BUT THE ILLUSION IS REAL, AND THERE IS NO FORMAL EXPL

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Entry by ChevySpoons

How do GRACKEDCOM our cats purr? We have no idea. httpllwww.loc.govriscltechimylerleslcatspurr.html

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Entry by Expalphalog

For centuries there have been reports of fireballs rising from the Mekong River. They occur every autumn, numbering in the hundreds, and can be seen o

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Entry by bohemian

CRACKEDCO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH ISAS HOT AS THE SUN HITE NW.NEUSER.CONSTORVHSMPICARTHMCORCUSHOTWISUNSS HTNL

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Entry by beefybooyawn

In 2006 scientists were trying to study stars when they encountered a noise that stopped their studies, and they had no o id'ea what was causing it, e

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In early summer, thousands of fireflies in the Great Smoky Mountains begin to flash in unison. Nobody knows why. But it is awesome. htto:l/www.nps.aov

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Entry by ALosophy

At the age of 211 diagnosed with CRACKEDcO amyotrophic lateral sclerosis CALS) also known as motor neurone disease (or Lou Gehrig's disease)g doctors

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Entry by Expalphalog

1993: Citizens of Taos, New Mexico (pop. 5716) begin to complain about the sudden appearance of mysterious humming sound in the a air. 1997: Congress

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