Archive for the ‘Hidden History’ Category

Complete history of black holes. From Schwarzschild's calculations to the discovery of gravitational waves
Complete history of black holes. From Schwarzschild’s calculations to the discovery of gravitational waves

Black hole devouring a partner star

The universe is a mysterious place. Planets, stars, galaxies – they all have their mysteries, still unexplained by science. But nothing is stranger and more amazing than black holes. They were first “formulated” in a hurried way, without much detail, but Einstein himself did not believe in such things, even though they were predicted by his theories. Many physicists have expressed skepticism about the reality of black holes. Here’s the incredible story behind the discovery of black holes; the incredible story of how the understanding and interpretation of black holes improved and how black holes affect the fundamental structure of the universe. Read on »

The Vatican Library shocks: Dacians were the ancestors of the Romans
Theories on the real extent of the Geto-Dacian people have a real kernel of truth and this is not at all a Romanian nationalist exaltation without cause. Miceal Ledwith, a confidant of Pope Benedict, had access to secret documents from the Vatican Library and he recently made a statement that shocked the world and overthrew the theory of Latin origin.

Scientist Miceal Ledwith, counselor of Pope Benedict, stated that classical Latin has its roots in ancient Romanian language, and not vice versa. Former member of the International Theological Commission, Miceal Ledwith had access to nearly 230 kilometers of bookshelves in the archive of the Vatican Library and after 15 years of research he has pointed the following, to the astonishment of many: Read on »

Evita and Juan Peron, between dictatorship and philanthropy
In January 1944, officer and politician Juan Peron met a beautiful actress at a charitable event. The meeting will become one of the most beautiful love stories of the twentieth century. A love story lived under the umbrella (under the mask) of a dictatorship.

On the evening of July 26, 1952, all went quiet over the entire Argentina. Radio transmissions were interrupted by an important message to the nation, who was in shock: Eva Peron, the great “spiritual leader” of the nation, had passed away. When Evita’s lifeless body was exposed, lines of people in tears, who wanted to pay their last tribute, were expanding for more than 2 kilometers from the Casa Rosada presidential palace. The funeral had more than 2 million people attending. Read on »

Where did the conquerors of Troy go?
Beyond the acts of heroism of some chieftains as Achilles and Agamemnon, whose remembrance was preserved in Homer’s epic poems, the Achaeans, precursors of classical Greek civilization, stood out as creators of a outstanding civilization in the late Bronze Age, clustered around the majestic palaces in Mycenae, Tirins or Pylos.

Sudden destruction of these centers around 1200 BC is arousing intense interest among modern scientists for almost 150 years, since it was archaeologically identified. While the reasons behind the decay of Mycenaean civilization are still shrouded in mystery, a second question, “What happened with the Achaeans?”, seems to find spectacular answers, in light of the latest research. Read on »