Some crazy, real unbelievable facts and conspiracy theories to blow your mind
Naught in the dark
On 14 July 2015, the web site Newswatch33 published an article titled “NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 15 Days of Complete Darkness in November 2015″. The news created rounds around the internet but it was discovered that the site is not legitimate news outlet website and publishes fake news. A senior NASA official Charles Bolden, confirmed that thier is no any sort of blackout anytime soon.
Two decades of thirst
Kalavapalli River used to flow through one of the district of Andhra Pradesh, State of India but the area was hit by a severe drought that lasted for over 2 decades. But now the water finally started flowing in the once barren river. Check out the excitement of the locals as they celebrate while the water flows.
India in FIFA world cup final
India qualified by default for the 1950 FIFA World Cup finals as a result of the withdrawal of all of their scheduled opponents. The governing body of Indian football decided not to go to the World Cup, being unable to understand the importance of the event. Reasons given were the cost of travel, although FIFA agreed to bear a major part of the travel expenses, lack of practice time and team selection issues.
Waving flag in no air
On 20th July, 1969, the world witnessed man landing on moon for the first time. As per conspiracy theorists, the event never took place, it is known fact that there is no air in the moon’s atmosphere. However, a photo of the flag planted by N.Armstrong & B.Aldrin is shown fluttering. That just can’t happen.
Carrots story of eye vision
During World War II. the British Royal Air Force used radar to locate Luftwaffe bombers during the night. As the technology was less known, the fact was concealed by publishing a story that said “skilled fighter pilot John “Cats’ Eyes” Cunningham could thank a steady diet of carrots for his night vision flying power”. In response to the story, many British people began to grow and eat more carrots to improve their vision. But still without doubt the vitamins found in carrots can promote overall eye health.
Violent peace prize
India’s most qualified person
Dr. Shrikant Jichkar holds the record for “India’s most qualified person”. He was an IAS ( Indian Administrative Services) officer, IPS (Indian Police Services) officer, lawyer, D.Litt (Doctor of Letters) in Sanskrit (the highest degree in a University), photographer, actor, radio operator, youngest MLA (Member of parliament) at the age of 25, held 14 portfolios, had 20 degrees, 28 gold medals & had a library of 52,000 books.