10 OLDEST Technologies That Scientists Can't Explain

  • Published on Jun 10, 2018
  • 10 Ancient Inventions that Science Can not Explain
    + Greek Fire
    he Greek fire used by the Byzantine Empire in the 7th century is one of the biggest secrets in science.
    + Damascus Steel
    Sword was constructed with Damascus steel. The strength, flexibility and wave-like patterns made them completely unique. It is a fact that they could cut a silk veil in the air, and they could slice a rock without damaging the blade's sharpness.
    + The Voynich Manuscript
    Wilfrid Voynich, a Lithuanian antiquarian of Polish origin got a manuscript by an anonymous author. The content of this manuscript is still unknown. botany, biology, and astrology.
    + The Antikythera Mechanism
    It is is actually a 2000 years old analog computer. The Antikythera mechanism was recovered from the bottom of the sea in 1901, near Antikythera island, Greece.
    + Zhang Hang Seismograph
    Zhang-Hang, a Chinese scientist, and an astronomer from the East Han Dynasty presented this seismoscope in the year 132AD. It is a copper vessel with dragon heads aiming at the cardinal points.
    + Ulfberht Sword
    Many tombs from the Viking age have been discovered all over the north of Europe. Archaeologists have found inside the tombs a total of 171 Ulfberht swords. These swords were made with techniques that were very advanced for that age. They got their name from the inscription +ULFBERHT+ on their blades.
    + The Iron Pillar of Delhi
    This iron pillar, weighing six tonnes and 7.21 meters high, which has not rusted during more than 1600 years, it is still an engineering mystery, located in Delhi, India.
    + The Phaistos Disc
    Luigi Pernier, an Italian archaeologist, discovered the Phaistos disc on the Greek island of Crete in 1908. This disc, also known as the Rosetta stone of the Minoan civilization, and made from baked clay.
    + Roman Dodecahedron
    One of those mysteries is the Roman dodecahedron. It dates back to 200 years AD. It is a hollow object with 12 sides, made-up of brass or stone.
    + Giant Stone Spheres
    More than 500 pre-Columbian stone spheres were discovered in the Sierpe district, in the south of Costa Rica in 1939. The size of the stones ranges from 30 to 257, and they weigh between two kilos and 16 tonnes.
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    TOP 10 INFORMATION - TTI  11 months ago +22


    • Rubicon3 AtoZ
      Rubicon3 AtoZ Month ago

      For God's sake, get a narrator who can pronounce all words, names CORRECTLY!

    • matskatsaba
      matskatsaba 2 months ago

      Not to mention that the manuscript has been deciphered for well over a year by now (in other words, well before the upload of this vid).
      Well, basically the whole video is bs but probably there are enough ignorant/deeply uneducated people who don't know about this yet, while also being unable to do a google/duckduck search.

    • Yossarian Gibson
      Yossarian Gibson 3 months ago

      top 10 doesnt know how to research..

    • vedran ohm
      vedran ohm 3 months ago

      At least spell Voynich properly, considering how many videos on YT have covered it by now you'd think a wannnabe would learn by now how it's spelled before doing a 100'th video on the same matter.

    • jesus rodriguez
      jesus rodriguez 3 months ago

      @Matt*ma* Ghandi adrr

  • Yuliani Mulyadi
    Yuliani Mulyadi Day ago

    Is it steal in the museum??

  • imli imli
    imli imli 2 days ago

    you have the coolest voice..

  • kirk mcloren
    kirk mcloren 4 days ago


  • Jari Sipilainen
    Jari Sipilainen 9 days ago

    1:16 lol you just say it. just flame thrower. they know how do it, but cant say how they had it then. well they had it or it just fairytale lol. who cares. we have youtube now. everyone do stories and make own changes. 10000 years from now. they dont know how youtube could exist LOL

  • Ryan Wagner
    Ryan Wagner 21 day ago

    #1 sounds a lot like napalm ?

  • Rory O'Brien
    Rory O'Brien 23 days ago

    Greek fire is literally just napalm. Well probably less effective or it was quicklime but it was likely very similar to napalm. Being a gelling agent and a flammable material. Also, the narrator acts like we can't make greek fire super napalm is probably more effective it wasn't lost to time. We can also make Damascus steel better than the Arabs who made it. It also wasn't that much better than the spring steel that made up crusader swords. That little ancient mechanical computer is just that a mechanical computer rather advanced for the time, yes, but that doesn't mean we can't explain it with science. We can literally explain all of these except for the voynich manuscript which we are working on and have translated a decent bit of.

  • Ben Ghaxi
    Ben Ghaxi Month ago +1

    Naked women? 👀

  • AZ Villastique
    AZ Villastique Month ago

    Voyonish manuscript is interesting..

  • Bobby Reynolds
    Bobby Reynolds Month ago

    They've found several ways of making various versions of Greek Fire. The never dulling sword is obvious bs, and they've made better ones in Japan for a long long time. The Voynich manuscript was cracked a little while ago, although not completely.... How old are your sources? They rebuilt the anti-kythera mechanism, it's logic, Greece did that better then than we do now. It was in a Greek shipwreck. I'll stop wasting my time... Your video would be awesome if you toned down your claims, you know, somewhere approximately around the point where you wouldn't be making exagerated claims. But I suppose you probably have to on USclip to compete amongst spoiled, greedy, uneducated Americans (I'm American, but not the other things because I TRIED NOT TO BE, AND I DON'T BLIND MYSELF TO WHATEVER MY EGO WISHES! I KNOW, LOTS OF PEOPLE DON'T, BUT I WISH A LOT MORE PEOPLE WOULD TRY TO THINK INSTEAD OF AUTOMATICALLY CONCLUDING STUPID SELFISH IDEAS FOR NO REASON. I CAN'T BELIEVE THE IGNORANCE IN OUR OWN NATION!) WE NEED FREE EDUCATION AND HEALTH CARE LIKE THE REST OF THE MODERN WORLD!).

  • Roeland Voogd
    Roeland Voogd Month ago

    We have better greek fire called napalm

  • Len Zielenski
    Len Zielenski Month ago

    A knife maker has successfully duplicated the Damascus formula and resulting pattern. FYI

    • stasek tarkowsky
      stasek tarkowsky Month ago

      they didnt, today made knives and blades named as damascus have nothing to do with original damascus, only similar pattern made by forge-welding from several differing pieces, real damascus steel formula is lost

  • Harry H
    Harry H Month ago

    If there is a functional replica, how is it lost technology?

  • Martial Arts Family Fitness

    Voynich manuscript is finally decoded! Google it!

  • Buff Barnaby
    Buff Barnaby Month ago

    Charles Martel kicked their asses.

  • Tammy Cornejo
    Tammy Cornejo Month ago

    If there is no manganese then they are meteoric in nature.

  • raphaelsolo
    raphaelsolo Month ago

    At the time of this video's release a Nova documentary on the Ulfbert had been on Netflix for years not only explaining the sword but even replicating it.

  • Raspuutin
    Raspuutin Month ago

    2:35 literally blew my ears, much obliged

  • Lambretta Ramesh
    Lambretta Ramesh Month ago +1

    Nice 👍

  • science carrot
    science carrot Month ago +1

    The narrataror sounds like pig trying to talk

  • science carrot
    science carrot Month ago

    You know you can still make damscus sword

  • Alex Crowder
    Alex Crowder Month ago

    "Could slice a rock without damaging the sharpness" ROFL...... Someone doesn't understand how knives work.....

    • Farquaad Castle
      Farquaad Castle Month ago

      That's ok little wibble inferiority complex suffering white boy, how many of your ancestors were cut down?

  • spacecoasttactical
    spacecoasttactical Month ago

    Incorrect. The Voynich manuscript has now been decoded

  • donal heffernan
    donal heffernan Month ago

    "The Voynich manuscript content is unknown"? Sheer stupidity. The content is known, its meaning is not.

  • Soteriology101
    Soteriology101 Month ago

    The spheres were probably used in ball mills to mine ore.

  • Joseph Valdez
    Joseph Valdez Month ago

    What if In order to find what is hidden in this world is to take a acid trip. Lmao. Hahaha.

  • Boss_andreas 0
    Boss_andreas 0 Month ago

    Ελλαδάρα 🇬🇷

  • ravinraven6913
    ravinraven6913 Month ago

    greek fire was used by the greeks not byzantines and used before the 5th century....because Byzantium is in turkey not Greece...how can you even say that sentence without going wait wtf......

  • Richard Stanley
    Richard Stanley Month ago

    learn how to pronounce the words correctly;;

  • Ray White
    Ray White Month ago

    "It is a fact that they could cut a silk veil in the air and they could slice a rock with no damage" That is so far from a fact it's insane and to be a "you're" guy, that would be two facts. Traaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaash.

  • Irfana Banu
    Irfana Banu Month ago


    BLH BSIT Month ago

    Damascus steel. The biggest reason it cant be reproduced the raw material was depleted.

  • mechanicaltimi123
    mechanicaltimi123 Month ago

    How is this channel not shut down??

  • TheInspire96
    TheInspire96 Month ago

    i know she said "wild fire" but my brain keeps hearing "WAAAGH! Fire" and now i wanna go watch some warhammer 40k lore and theory videos.

  • Mihai Jianu
    Mihai Jianu Month ago

    Click Bait Video, title is 10 OLDEST Technologies That Scientists Can't Explain and allmost all of them are already explained

    • John Smith
      John Smith Month ago

      Yea fairly stupid title. The first one for example, they can explain it, they just don't know the exact chemical make up or ratios because it was kept secret and none has been found.
      They basically know how it was made, they just will never know if they have the percentages of ingredients correct unless they find a recipe, or some original is found that been hermetically sealed.

  • Maitrayan Ghosh Roy
    Maitrayan Ghosh Roy 2 months ago

    *Damascus Steel*

  • Home iPad
    Home iPad 2 months ago

    Baking powder

  • Toyotarou
    Toyotarou 2 months ago


  • Mish Kosh
    Mish Kosh 2 months ago +6

    voynich manuscript is not a "technology"

    • Malcolm Wolfe
      Malcolm Wolfe Month ago

      yet, crazily enough, machine language *is* a technology. hmmmm.

  • hercules colon
    hercules colon 2 months ago

    for the spheres it was for the men of old for the pic of the strongest.

  • hercules colon
    hercules colon 2 months ago

    theres no mystery with greeks fallen angels were the ones supplying the wisdom for there discoverys believe it or not.

    • Athan asios
      Athan asios Month ago

      So our discoveries were of ....Satanic nature?

    ŹÉŃÎTH 2 months ago

    Scientists can’t explain


  • Pa Italia
    Pa Italia 2 months ago +1

    I really hope people read comments, most of them are more accurate than the video.

  • Nathan Schultz
    Nathan Schultz 2 months ago

    The real mistery is the philosopher stone

    • Joey Del Mars Jr.
      Joey Del Mars Jr. Month ago

      its no mystery that they used human as the main ingredient

  • Nathan Schultz
    Nathan Schultz 2 months ago

    It's not Damascus steel it's wood steel or woots steel I can do it I was trained in all the old ways

  • Nathan Schultz
    Nathan Schultz 2 months ago

    I can make Greek fire

  • thomas blackwell
    thomas blackwell 2 months ago

    Aliens did it. Fuck yourself.

  • thomas blackwell
    thomas blackwell 2 months ago

    Which took basic engernering.

  • thomas blackwell
    thomas blackwell 2 months ago

    linguist. Can masrurbate while rich. Poor masturbates. Are stupid

  • thomas blackwell
    thomas blackwell 2 months ago

    Yoynich mbv ever asked a liguist.

  • thomas blackwell
    thomas blackwell 2 months ago

    Ask a mill Wright. You dont know how shit works? ASK A RANDOM GUY. WE STILL MAKE DEMscuis

  • Whale Cat
    Whale Cat 2 months ago +1

    That last symbol at 3:07 ...
    Where have I seen it....

  • Rigo Maldonado
    Rigo Maldonado 2 months ago


  • pete cartwright
    pete cartwright 2 months ago


  • Nelson Darwin Pak Tech
    Nelson Darwin Pak Tech 2 months ago

    i want damascus steel sword at any cost,,,which i will not pay,,,ok,,,

  • Carlos DeNevier
    Carlos DeNevier 2 months ago

    shut up ... woman

  • mechanicaltimi123
    mechanicaltimi123 2 months ago +1

    Someone has discovered the roman dodecahedron as a looming device used to make gloves. Strike 1 off this top 10 list

    • Josh Hayl
      Josh Hayl Month ago

      🔵 @10:21 you will see that the object is just too large for that purpose!

  • Caleb wild Tiger
    Caleb wild Tiger 2 months ago +2

    The manuscript is actually the oghma infinium from the elder scrolls

  • Yung Dong
    Yung Dong 2 months ago

    She couldn't even pronounce Crete.

    GERALDINE KING 2 months ago +2

    How do I get to the video on Vicks vapor rub

  • West pac
    West pac 2 months ago

    As usual, the uninformed making false statements based on their lack of knowledge. E.g. Spheroidal stones are found all down the East coast of the South Island in New Zealand... so much for the statement that "this technology does not exist anywhere else on Earth" - yeah thanks for that uneducated and uninformed opinion based on pulling information out of your arse and claiming it without checking its veracity first. I suspect if you check out Scotland or Ireland you may find there are more there as well. Others are also found in Africa... so thanks for your uninformed bullshit claims. Anyone want to check? Type in Google 'Moeraki Boulders'.

  • Arka Chanda
    Arka Chanda 2 months ago +2

    11:09 small smooth and silky stone.
    Like of you get the context. Dislike of you don't lol

  • Arka Chanda
    Arka Chanda 2 months ago +1

    8:40 excuse me? Luigi?

  • Anime Note
    Anime Note 2 months ago

    um, yeah idk where your info about damascucs steel, but, your pretty far off. Damascus steel is still used very commonly today. True, the original material used is no more, but blacksmiths nowdays stil use variations of it quite comonly.

  • Storm ise Champ
    Storm ise Champ 2 months ago

    Maybe the inventors of the first idols of idolatry used those technologies
    Some Humans from the ancient times invented the first idols of idolatry
    Sorry Interfaith people but Idolatry is ANCIENT and NOT new.

    • Mamma Kaye Lee
      Mamma Kaye Lee 2 months ago

      Why the apology to the Interfaith? Do you think these people haven't read History books? Or the Bible, which is filled with Idolatry?

  • None Yo
    None Yo 2 months ago

    Liquid fire. Ummm oil maybe?

  • ]{æl Shackelford
    ]{æl Shackelford 2 months ago

    *ThE VOyNIch MaNUsCRiPt*

  • Abalam de Paimon
    Abalam de Paimon 2 months ago

    Wow really, a steel column that still stands 1'000 years later ? The oldest still used building in Switzerland is a wooden house that is over 700 years old. Then there's all the castles from 1'000+ years ago, like Chateau de Chillon or the medieval village and castle of Gruyère, also famous for its cheese. They still have structural integrity but are basically historic sites and/or museums. While the wooden house is just regularely inhabited and up to code in terms of laws.
    And that's in a climate with 4 distinct seasons throughout the year. Freezing and snow in winter, heavy rain and winds in spring and fall, and tropical dry and wet heat in summer. I wish i was more excited about this list in the video, but it's hard to.

  • ssabykoops
    ssabykoops 2 months ago

    1:14 sry wut ? could you repeat that?

  • James Anastasiadis
    James Anastasiadis 2 months ago

    WoW watching a video instead of studing history. 4/10 from history of greece . Nice video :-D

  • Juan Gonzales
    Juan Gonzales 2 months ago

    This robot voice is so annoying, I bounced away at 2:53

  • Sum Guy
    Sum Guy 2 months ago

    I highly encourage anyone reading this to fact check this video, and subsequently downvote it for lying.

  • Daniel Esposito
    Daniel Esposito 2 months ago

    I made up a language once 2.

  • Daniel Alonso
    Daniel Alonso 2 months ago

    Sounds like the narrator has a cold.

  • Rick Anthony
    Rick Anthony 2 months ago +1

    # 2 satanic 666 stamped on one of them. On most of these, science says "that was too advanced for them at that time", shit, look what just one man Nicola Tesla did for the world, just needed to be a few people like him.

  • rick kill
    rick kill 2 months ago

    Or a combo of oil , gas , napalm .

  • rick kill
    rick kill 2 months ago

    Greek Fire maybe it’s white phosphorus .

  • Noise Pollution Switzerland Government

    I was wondering if I could use the delle pet to tell my fam story..

  • Jean-Baptiste Perrin
    Jean-Baptiste Perrin 2 months ago

    Also the Antikithera mechanism has been proven to be made by the Archimedes school in Syracuse. There is nothing mysterious about it and it is at this day fully explained.

  • Jean-Baptiste Perrin
    Jean-Baptiste Perrin 2 months ago

    The Voynich mansucript is a known fake by Voynich.... Just saying.

  • Aleksandar be together not the same

    Greek dont exist 😂

  • iulian ispas
    iulian ispas 2 months ago

    The iron pillar is boring , salty air from human urine keep it rust free

  • Reyhan Adam
    Reyhan Adam 2 months ago


  • Jamaica Guanzon
    Jamaica Guanzon 2 months ago

    Leave the narrator alone with your rude comments you ungrateful spoiled brats! Remember! Ungrateful, Spoiled & Brats! nuff said.

    • Jamaica Guanzon
      Jamaica Guanzon 2 months ago

      @Christian Voigt (smile) i knew despite your first similar response to my comment that you are deep bro.. and i really am not in the right time to exchange good counsel point of views as of the moment.
      To answer your question of why should the opinion of some rude dude(S) be of interest to me..
      Maybe because i was supposed to let at least one or two slide,
      but (litterally) reading the comment section i felt i have read enough ungratefulness.
      I am sorry to say this bro but you are partly wrong with your grounds of defending your ideas this time.
      Reality is, you are tolerating the practice of bad manners..
      To be fair if these guys are good people because you let them be then they should consider their manners towards others and not just in the area of self esteem.
      Seriously bro, its like you are correcting me in your good sense/centa but can't handle the issue to correct them.
      Regardless of how you personally deal with them the fact is a rude comment is still a rude comment.
      Lastly, we need to consider how bad manners and disrespectful conduct may influence others..
      I mean why can't they be just like you when you comment?
      Have you honestly even read their comments?
      btw, i am sleepy bro.. listen, i just need to be honest in asking you this question before i sleep bro..
      in the eyes of your daughter or son?
      Aside from what you can say towards me.. what can you say towards them?
      Bro.. I'll be sleeping in a moments time now.. but i seriously appreciate our good exchange of comments bro. Thanks!

    • Christian Voigt
      Christian Voigt 2 months ago

      @Jamaica Guanzon if you self esteem depends on others, you have a serious problem. and you will get even bigger problems later on. People can scream rude things in my face all day long. I might offer them some water and snacks, start a conversation, show em how wrong they are. But that's me

      I am old enough to have learned that, when you close somebodies mouth, tell em not to talk about something, they will also close their fists and then act on something later on. I'd rather have verbal abuse than actual abuse. So give them their outlet, let them be assholes on some internet site. Why should the opinion of some rude dude be of any interest to you?

      On the other hand, your next boss might be a rude asshole, half your colleagues might be rude asshats, the people deciding things about your life might be rude poeple. One has to learn to deal with it, or they will deal with you.

    • Jamaica Guanzon
      Jamaica Guanzon 2 months ago

      @Christian Voigt for the record bro? you are also acting like a self emposed lawyer of tolerating bad manners.. I'm sorry for my proactive response.. I just expected you to be better than me and not worst. Anywayz.. Freespeech.. (sigh)

    • Jamaica Guanzon
      Jamaica Guanzon 2 months ago

      @Christian Voigt Bro, why do you seriously defend rude practice of feedback than gratitude? what if the rude freespeech and feedback is offensive and caused a low self esteem or a sad emotion to others? Your comment doesn't even makes things better because you tolerate freespeech that is offensive. I know what you are trying to relay bro.. but
      ( i mentioned rude comments) i did not say leave the narrator with your freespeech.. c'mon man..

    • Poul Visbech
      Poul Visbech 2 months ago

      ​@Christian Voigt wow you actually made a good point there! ^^ Good man.
      Apply this to pretty much everything in life and with transparency we could be a pretty awesome human race (again).
      He is still right though and then so are you. I mean this paradox truly deserves some love.

  • Inhuman Filth
    Inhuman Filth 2 months ago

    Sooo much wrong with this video

  • Inhuman Filth
    Inhuman Filth 2 months ago

    Damscus blades are not a lost art. everyone whos anyone in the blade industry makes damascus.

  • Keven Eleven
    Keven Eleven 2 months ago

    It's pronounced 'Dumb-Ass-Cuss'

  • Daniel Cross
    Daniel Cross 2 months ago

    People make Damascus steel swords all the time hahahahaha.

  • tyronealfonso
    tyronealfonso 2 months ago

    Ugh that lisp.

  • NinjaDag1
    NinjaDag1 2 months ago

    I just came here, to instantly pause the video and establish the fact, that most of this is bullshit. Bye

  • Dale Burghardt
    Dale Burghardt 2 months ago +2

    Greek fire = Tar Sands Bitumen, well known and used in ancient Egypt and Greece.

  • SnowTiger45
    SnowTiger45 2 months ago

    Terrible Video.
    These videos really piss me off when people who know NOTHING about the topics they speak about.
    Many Names of Places or Object are often Mispronounced. 30 seconds of research would have avoided this mistakes. If you want to discuss a topic you know nothing about, at least try to do a little bit of research first, otherwise you just sound like an IDIOT.
    Furthermore, if the information you provide is incorrect or incomplete, the result is you looking like an IDIOT and you do no service to those who tend to view these stupid comparison and countdown videos.

  • Esteban Garita
    Esteban Garita 2 months ago

    Everyone else has cool tech looking gadgets, Costa Ricans... We got stones, big round stone balls.

  • Marek Dzurak
    Marek Dzurak 2 months ago

    Woinich is wrote in old Turkey language

  • Sniffer Riffle
    Sniffer Riffle 2 months ago +1

    We have recreated Greek fire it's even better than it was back then napalm.

  • Vladan Umicevic
    Vladan Umicevic 2 months ago

    video is so incorrect.......

  • George harlan
    George harlan 2 months ago

    Did anyone else not learn anything because they could only focus on this girl's atrocious grammar?

  • Mike B
    Mike B 2 months ago

    interesting video! however, a few of these things aren't really mysteries... there are a few that are either completely explainable, or there is a strong possibility that scientists, historians, etc., are right about their hypothesis, in regards to how the stuff works.. i'm pretty sure they know how that chinese earthquake warning system works. the narrator even said there is a working replica in a museum in bejing. that would imply they know how it works, or at least have a very good idea about how it works... they have a very good idea how the antikythera mechanism works, and what it was supposed to do. they have built a working replica of that also! also, people make damascus steel, and have known how to make it. it isn't EXACTLY the same as how they made it before, but it's close. some people think that old damascus steel is over-hyped and isn't that great, while others think that old damascus steel is significantly better than modern damascus steel... there are multiple things on this list that were explained or solved before this video was made, so they shouldn't have been on the list!

  • Danny Rutz
    Danny Rutz 2 months ago

    The voice here is lesbo

  • Mike Mazarakis
    Mike Mazarakis 2 months ago

    the dodecahedron has been solved

    • Mike Mazarakis
      Mike Mazarakis 2 months ago

      @Justin Tiller on one of Josh Gates shows thay discovered it's for knitting gloves believe it or not so simple and so dumb

    • Justin Tiller
      Justin Tiller 2 months ago

      Mike Mazarakis ??