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An interesting video received as early as December 18, 2015 surfaced now on the World Wide Web, suddenly presenting us somehow somehow differently Antarctica, adding to this already mysterious ice continent one “little secret” …
From November 2015 to January 2016, American scientists from US National Science Foundation stayed on the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica in order to study the south polar continent.
Specialists drilled a 100-meter well in ice and once quite by chance they dropped a large piece of ice into it. Suddenly the resulting sound effect was very surprised and intrigued researchers. When the ice breaking against the walls of the hole reached the bottom, he suddenly made a sound like a ricochet of a bullet.
In addition, eyewitnesses heard from the well a mysterious rhythmic heartbeat. Of course, Americans repeatedly repeated their experiment. The result has always been one and the same same. By turning on the video below, you can hear this strange sound yourself.
According to scientists, the noise was so loud that if someone put an ear to the hole at that time, then for sure would hurt my hearing. Experts acknowledge that during the past expeditions in the snow-white desert throwing ice pieces into the well has become one of their favorite pastimes.
Naturally, experts believe that there is quite rational explanation, and we are probably talking about a fancy, let and poorly understood, acoustic effect.
Meanwhile, some Internet users suggest that under creatures unknown to science are covered with the ice cover of Antarctica, ghosts or even an alien base. Or maybe this mysterious sound somehow connected with the inhabitants of this icy desert by plasmosaurs – a different, energetic form of existence of life on our planet, with which scientists encountered in Antarctica (in more detail about plasmosaurus here). Such an assumption about the creatures of the ice the mainland in the form of plasma substances at one time made an academician RAS V.Kaznacheev …