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The mysterious balls of lights: Where do they come from and where do they go?

Sunday, November 12, 2017 6:39
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Where do the regular lights come from and where do they go?
Secrets of light are seen regularly in several places in the world, which are seen from the sight of thousands of people either from the surface of the river or the sea, then they travel for a short time in the sky to disappear as mysteriously as they appeared in a few seconds. People have known this phenomenon for hundreds of years, but no one has ever been able to make it clear to anyone

A known light phenomenon from Thailand
In the northern part of Thailand, every year on the first night of the eleventh month, according to the monthly calendar, the light phenomenon that Bangladesh calls Bang Fai Phaya Nak is repeated in the translation of the Naked Balls of Fire.

The Bang Fai bludgeons have become a local tourist attraction, most often occurring on the approximately two-kilometer stretch of the Mekong River in the Phon Phisai district on the Thai-Laos border. It is best to observe this phenomenon in the vicinity of the municipalities lying to the west and east of Nong Khai County.

The mysterious balls or lights have orange to reddish color, and ascend from the Mekong River to a height of about thirty feet where they stop for a moment and then suddenly die. Every year, thousands of Thais and thousands of tourists from around the world meet at the Mekong River to look at the theater with their own eyes. The lights are of different sizes, some are big as tennis balls, others are up to basketball balls.

Of course, a number of skeptics have been found to declare this phenomenon as a Laotian scam and, according to them, they are just plain lights on the other side of the river that Laosania shoots, so they talk to their Thai neighbors for many years. However, the fact that light balls do not make any sound and feel nothing, what can not be said about lights or fireworks. Another fact is that this phenomenon has been known for hundreds of years, if not more, because in the nearby temple there are old written records detailing the light phenomena above the Mekong River.

If we exclude the claims of skeptics, so far, even scientists have failed to explain this periodically recurring light phenomenon. In 2003, five scientific teams from the Thai government were given the task of definitively clarifying the mystery of Bang Fai Phaya Nak. During the exploration and documentation of this phenomenon, however, the expedition suffered many mysterious events when all the top science of science ceased to work inexplicably.

Finally, scientists have had to recognize that this phenomenon is one of the most mysterious mysteries of Thailand, and it is not at all easy to explain it. The Thai geologist, Professor Montri Boonsaneur, also responded to the methane self-ignition theory when he asked: “Gas pockets that release gas only once a year, always at the same time and all at once? The bottom of Mekong is rather stony than muddy. The swirl of water is also so strong that the bubbles will crack before they get to the surface. “

Though thousands of people see these light phenomena in Thailand every year, there has not yet been a single quality photo from which to determine what the lights are like from the Mekong River.

Lighting from Japan
Similar orange lights like in Thailand can be seen by people in the Japanese city of Kumamoto in Kyushu. Each year, on the 1st August, a special theater takes place on the seashore in front of Kumamoto, when a large number of orange lights appear on the sea level. The Japanese call this phenomenon “shiranui”, and no one has yet been able to find out where the lights come from, and why it is only on August 1.

Even in this case, it is not possible to speak of a natural error, as this light phenomenon repeats itself regularly every year on the same day – always on August 1 according to the old monthly calendar, for more than 1000 years!

Since these light phenomena in Thailand and Japan and elsewhere in the world can not yet be scientifically explained, many researchers think that light balls could represent an unknown form of life so far and have even a certain degree of intelligence. It could be so-called ” plows that many of you can see from some of your photos as some kind of spherical shapes. Each of these “mistakes” takes photographs only as fog or small droplets of water.

For many, it is likely to be very hairy, but several experts, including Professor Stanford University, Klaus Heinemann, who also worked as a NASA researcher, are convinced that the plows are real and lively. Professor Heinemann has been studying the plow for years and has come up with interesting results. It has found that plows actually exist and have a degree of intelligence.

Can they be strange light balls from Thailand, Japan and other countries of the orb, but they are also visible to the naked eye not just on the photos? Another unanswered question, however, is also why the light phenomena appear on the same day in the same places on the same day. The phenomenon of periodically appearing lights has so many unexplained mysteries waiting to be unveiled.

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