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The Crop Circle Mystery There are so many mysterious and dangerous places in the world that scientists know nothing about their existence. They still exist as a puzzle despite millions of efforts of scientists so far but never describe these places. For example, everyone knows about the Bermuda Triangle, a tribal area in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. So far, dozens of ships but many planes have disappeared, but no trace. There are numerous ideas about this place so far, but no answer seems satisfactory. It is in human nature that when we don't understand the existence of something, we grow scared and instead relate them to conspiracy theories like aliens, ghosts, and other creatures. One such mysterious case is the Crop Circles, which are mysterious circulars that usually appear within crops like wheat. It is inside a very press pattern that appears overnight in very fine order. But who makes them? How and for what purpose? No one has responded to this so far.  Today it is bei…

North Sentinel Island - Isolated Tribes In India

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In today's article, we're taking you to a southern Indian town on an island in the middle of the sea, which is not only isolated from the civilized world but according to a DNA report, there is also evidence of the human population for the last sixteen thousand years. Even today, there is a human population who, despite the efforts of the civilized world, are reluctant to leave their homeland and culture. And the Indian government has finally gotten fed up and left them in their state. You could say that this is a free zone with few humans, which, although part of India, does not apply to Indian laws.

North Sentinel Island - Isolated Tribes In India

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The island of Andaman, spread over 36 km, is located in the extreme south of India, in the neighbourhoods of Thailand and Burma. Where the area other than the coral leaf contains dense forests, and the coral gardens are about five to eight kilometres wide. In contrast, the area's striking uniqueness is its inhabitant people and its numbers between 50 to 400 people, who are still living their life apart from ancient wildlife. If you ever visit this Island, so there you will find uncivilized people, and with a sword, they can hurt you. Who are unfamiliar with any decent language. According to an estimate that is still widely recognized in the world, the population in 1901 was 117 people that has dropped to just 40 people in 2011.
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March 1967 A small ship stopped abruptly during the rainy season, and the 106 passengers on it saw that some of the uncivilized people were trying to attack them, which they barely concealed in the ship, and eventually, a Navy rescue team evacuated them safely.   In 1880 a British team went to the island to investigate, and several days later, they arrested six locals and took them with them. The group in charge writes that after coming here, six people got sick too, the four children included a man and a woman. It was not possible to save the lives of both older men and women, but the four children, who apparently did not see the cure, were sent back to the island. However, according to some traditions, when the children brought back, the tribesmen refused to accept them and killed them. In the 2004 tsunami, the island submerged 6%, but when a team from the Indian government arrived three days later to help them, they found that some people had stopped them from coming near them with arrows and rocks. On July 26, 2006, two fishermen Sunder Raj and Pandit Tiwari, aged 48 and 52, When they strayed to the island, the locals killed them both.
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As I have said, this is an island with a population of a few hundred uncivilized people, and this is the reason why the community not spread here is the island's inhabitants lack a lot of immune protection against the disease, which in turn breeds them very slowly. According to the Indian Census 2011, by helicopter, their numbers are estimated at 30 to 40 people.
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  1. I just watched a movie regarding Isolated People who are Cannibal. It is pretty scary, but people should just let them live the way they are. They are surviving like that but we should also not bother their place and way of living.

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  2. I think "civilised" is a subjective term. Why shouldn't these people protect their land and way of life? After all, they have survived this long without anyone intervening. Perhaps we could learn lessons from them.

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  3. I don't like labeling and think people should live their lives the way they want. Thanks for sharing this.

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  4. Thanks for sharing. As much as they are deemed 'uncivilised' I believe that this puts them in a negative light. Yes, perhaps uncivilised to our modern standards, but they are simply protecting their land from intervention.

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  5. I think it is so neat that there are still areas that aren't touched by all the technology and everything that comes with it. Yes they may not have the things we are used to, but they also don't have to worry about bills to pay, if their phone is the newest, if they look "hip",etc.

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  6. Outside world is like alien to these tribes and civilisations, they will do anything and everything to protect themselves, their families and their land. The best is to leave them alone, peacefully on their lands. They are not a subject of research, if the governments can understand that.

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  7. Interesting post. It's hard to relate, but looking at things from their perspective, I can understand their protective nature.

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  8. Hi, Thank you for sharing this information with us. Very interesting.

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  9. Wow! It seems wild to still live like this...but I guess living on an island with only 30-40 other people does sound nice sometimes!

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  10. I find these remote communities absolutely fascinating! (patientandkind)

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  11. It’s amazing that there are still groups of people that aren’t influenced by technology. They live so differently than we do and I love it.

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  12. I have heard about this tribe last year, when they killed a man who went there trying to teach them religion. It is one of the most unfriendly tribes in the world who don't wish to get in contact with others.

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  13. Wow, I’ve never heard of this tribe before. Extremely fascinating! My husband and I often chat about what it would be like to live “off the radar”. People today depend way too much on technology, the government, etc to continue living. Putting everybody in a remote location to fend for themselves would definitely be a true test for people today! Interesting read, thanks for sharing!

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