The long-standing mysteries always attract the attention of many curious people, and are even more concerned when the solution is gradually revealed.
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The accident in 1937 ended the era of hot air balloons . The legendary balloon called German President under the Hitenburg regime Hitler caught fire before landing in Lakehurst, New Jersey (USA). 35 people were killed out of 97 people on board. It is known that before the fire, the Hindenburg intended to land in order to avoid the storm but tragedy occurred.
By 2013, the official cause of the accident was officially announced. New US scientists have drawn conclusions about the cause of the accident of this legendary balloon, which is static. Experts have suggested that the ship has flown into a cloud of electricity, leading to fire and explosion.
Around 524 BC, the Cambyses army of 50,000 people was ordered to go to Thebes but disappeared without traces. Many rumors spread that the army was buried in desert sand. The real cause is buried for centuries.
However, the truth was clear when Egyptologist Olaf Kaper presented his speech. He said that since the 19th century, people began to search for this army, it was hard to believe that a large army disappeared without trace. Olaf Kaper said that the Persian army was on the way to the march, rebelled by rebels led by Petubastis III. Next came Petubastis to conquer Egypt and become Pharaoh. Darius I, the king of Persia, ended the reign of Petubastis and to save the reputation of Cambyses, he reported that the army of 50,000 people that year was missing in the desert.
Nazca civilization is a matter of scientific debate for many years.Their disappearance in the 500s AD, the huge drawings left on the rocky plateaus . are always a mysterious challenge.
Today, scientists prove that the Nazca civilization died . The consequences of the El Nino phenomenon and deforestation caused severe food shortages.
Palmyra is one of the famous ancient cities with a population of up to 100,000 people . What is worth mentioning is why could Palmyra exist in such a harsh desert climate?
Through the research process, the results show that this area is not a desert, but a dry steppe with underground grasses holding rainwater underground. Rain from there flows back to the creeks and rivers that the Arabs call 'wadi' (oasis). Ancient Palmyra residents and many nearby villages stocked rainwater in dams and reservoirs for breeding and farming, ensuring stable food and food supplies and preventing disaster. may occur during drought.