Black Bamboo Valley China’s Bermuda Triangle

Black Bamboo Valley

Located about 100 kilometers southwest of Mount Emei, in Sichuan Province, southwest ChinaHeizhu Valley, or Black Bamboo Valley is often referred to as China’s Bermuda. The valley occupies an area of about 180 square kilometers and it’s a truly beautiful place. It’s also very dangerous place that is home to a variety of exotic and rare plants and animals.

People And Animals Who Entered A Forbidden Area Vanished Without A Trace

 

 

Black Bamboo Valley is inhabited by the Yi people who have lived there since ancient times. The Yi people have several frightening myths and legends about their valley. They say that one part of the Heizhu Valley is forbidden and those who try to enter are punished by the ancestral spirits.

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Mysterious Black Bamboo Valley – Strange And Unexplained Events In Heizhu Valley – China’s Bermuda

Electronic Skin. Check it out at http://www.messagetoeagle.com/

MessageToEagle.com – A new type of malleable, self-healing and fully recyclable “electronic skin” material has been developed by University of Colorado Boulder researchers.

“Electronic skin” – with applications ranging from robotics and prosthetic development to better biomedical devices – is a thin, translucent material that can mimic the function and mechanical properties of human skin.

Section of “e-skin” Image credit: Jianliang Xiao / University of Colorado Boulder
Section of “e-skin” Image credit: Jianliang Xiao / University of Colorado Boulder

 

“Electronic Skin” That Imitate Human Skin’s Function And Properties Developed By CU Boulder Researchers

Brien Foerster’s Paracas Skulls DNA results

Brien Foerster has spent many years researching Megalithic sites in numerous countries and has done some ground breaking research into the Paracas skulls  The DNA results are in and the findings were surprising.   Please watch the seven videos he has just produced and look at the amazing finds.

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Strange effects of hot salt in lake Natron.

Blood-red from the bacteria that live in it, this African salt lake is extremely alkaline and steaming hot, with temperatures that can reach up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The soda and salt in the water causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry. Photographer Nick Brandt captures haunting images of calcified animals, preserved by the extreme waters of Tanzania’s Lake Natron.
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