Fake underwater city in the Black Sea

With help of computer-graphics, underwater filming, and combined structures in different parts of the world, this video is a hoax, at the bottom of the Black Sea, there is no such structures.

MUST SEE: An underwater city has been discovered in the Black Sea near Anapa, Russia, and it features a megalithic stone…

Posted by The Ancient Mystery School on Wednesday, February 1, 2017

 

In Mexico, a UFO was divided into dozens of small objects

Date 31 January 2017, taken by Alessa EZ

UFO separation GIF
first UFO

Woman photographer managed to photograph a large reflecting spherical object in the sky. In the video, the total duration of 12 minutes, starting at 6 min can be seen as a large object is divided into a dozen small UFOs, and then some of them disappear, and the end only remains 3 UFOs.

Location: Colima, Mexico

Bogoslof Volcano on 31 January 2017

Listen to the “soundtrack” of an eruption at Bogoslof Volcano (Alaska). In this track, you hear explosions at the beginning of an eruption transitioning to sustained jetting. The soundtrack was derived from the infrasound datastream by mapping the subaudible signal into the range of human hearing.

Video of infrasound data (top) and spectrogram data (bottom), from Bogoslof Volcano on 31 January 2017. The soundtrack was derived from the infrasound datastream by mapping the normally subaudible infrasound signal into the range of human hearing. In this track, you can hear explosions at the beginning of the eruption, transitioning to sustained jetting. Data recorded at an infrasound array on Umnak Island from 05:30 UTC – 12:30 UTC. Video created by David Fee, UAF Geophysical Institute/ AVO.

Posted by Alaska Volcano Observatory on Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Video of infrasound data (top) and spectrogram data (bottom), from Bogoslof Volcano on 31 January 2017. The soundtrack was derived from the infrasound datastream by mapping the normally subaudible infrasound signal into the range of human hearing. In this track, you can hear explosions at the beginning of the eruption, transitioning to sustained jetting. Data recorded at an infrasound array on Umnak Island from 05:30 UTC – 12:30 UTC. Video created by David Fee, UAF Geophysical Institute/ AVO.