Archive for the ‘Unsolved Deaths And Disappearances’ Category

Feds Publicly Investigate Mysterious Teen, Disclose Nothing About Case

Federal agents: Help us identify endangered teen

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By Sevil Omer, msnbc.com

Federal agents in Minnesota are pleading with the public to help identify a teen who may be in danger with other youths.

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“We believe┬áthe pictured individual is at risk and may need law enforcement assistance, but may not be able to request it,” ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer told msnbc.com on Friday.

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Minneapolis released still photos from online video showing a dark-haired male teen.

“We believe that if we can identify him, we can remove multiple young people from a dangerous environment,” he said.

New Clue Found May Shed Light On Lost Colony Of Roanoke

May. 3, 2012 06:22 PM

Associated Press

CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina — A new look at a 425-year-old map has yielded a tantalizing clue about the fate of the Lost Colony, the settlers who disappeared from Britain’s Roanoke Island in the late 16th century.

Experts from the First Colony Foundation and the British Museum in London discussed their findings Thursday at a scholarly meeting on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Their focus: the “Virginea Pars” map of Virginia and North Carolina created by explorer John White in the 1580s and owned by the British Museum since 1866.

Brilliant Scientist Proposes Idea Of Neutron In 1937, Vanishes Without A Trace

An elusive particle that is its own antiparticle may have been found, and, if confirmed, would be the first time a phenomenon predicted decades ago has been seen in a real system.

Some researchers suggest that in the future, this mysterious particle called a Majorana fermion could be useful in carrying bits of information in quantum computers.

In a paper published in the journal Science Thursday, Vincent Mourikand Leo P. Kouwenhoven said they were able to make the Majorana fermions appear by exposing a small circuit to a magnetic field.