Mattia Papp’s mysterious researches in Antarctica

Mysterious fossils and amniotic substance found during a scientific expedition: Mermaids in Antarctica?

Big surprise yesterday for a group of American researchers settled in Antarctica to investigate on melting glaciers. The twenty scientists could not believe their eyes when they found some anomalous nacre rocks from the seabed.

The rocks were recovered in a mysterious glittering glaze that has never seen before: “in a first moment, we believed this gloom to be caused by some dysfunctional chemical reaction to the increasing of the UV rays in Antarctica but the analysis lead to something we didn’t expect” says the geologist Tanizaki White who has been working in Antarctica since 2011. The rocks have immediately been taken to the laboratory to be analyzed further. The scientists discovered what seemed to be some fossilized ovarian follicles of an unknown species. “We took the rocks to the LNGS (the national laboratories of Gran Sasso, Italy) were they were submitted to a more in-depth analysis, while a sample of the glaze has been immediately delivered to the chemical laboratory of Stanford university”. The researches’ report on the findings is impressing: the rocks seems to date back to the Paleolithic age, almost 38,000 years ago, while the glaze sample has the same chemical propriety of the human amnion.

Is it the proof of the existence of mermaids? While the researchers are still trying to discover more about the mysterious glaze, another expedition has been organized under the glacier, on the trail of the human-fish creature. What is hiding under the glaciers?

Antarctica, relics of a supposed lost underwater city discovered in Ross sea: The mermaids’ mistery continues

Everything started one year ago, when a group of geologists and experts involved in a research on melting glaciers brought to light some mysterious rocks from the Paleolithic Age: the rocks were recovered by a glaze that they discovered to be the amnion of an unknown creature. What happened since?

In March 2019, another expedition was organized in order to find or to know more about the humanoid creature hiding in the depth of the Ross Sea. One month later, in a Facebook post, the National science foundation shared photographs of some submerged caves never seen before: “ One week ago, the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) reported an important discovery. We have the immense pleasure to show you the first pictures of the submerged caves of the Ross Sea probably created during the deposition of sediments during Oligocene. Our researchers entered the caves today for the first time and will soon report, we hope, their amazing discoveries. ” said the post, in which no mention was made of the creatures.

Some days later, the Ukrainian geologist Oleksandr Vinogradov revealed the unexpected findings made in the caves in an interview with the Smithsonian Magazine: “We operated some excavations in the caves and we found some incredible fragments of mosaic stones, probably sodalite stones. The colored mosaic tiles are made of a rare type of quartz and represents some war scenes. What makes our discovery unique, is that the miniatures represents some half human-half fishes creatures. We assume that the mosaics once adorned the palace of an un unknow civilization” Oleksandr Vonogradov added that they won’t be able to release the photographs of the stones until they’ve been thoroughly analyzed by their team of scientists.

Meanwhile, no news were released about the glaze. Dear readers, we did the math: some mysterious fluorescent stones. The amnion of an unknown creature. Some under-water caves and the archeological relics representing mermaids…could it be more obvious? Why this silence? We are once again asking you to tell us the truth. Why does everyone seems so chill about this???? We want to know about the mermaids for Christ’sake!!!! Don’t lose next week insert on the Bolivian talking Alpaka.

Mattia Papp

Mattia Papp

After graduating high school in the Art Institute of Porta Romana he moved to Den Haag to study at the KABK where he graduated in July of 2017.

His work takes classical elements of Italian tradition, its streets, its smells, old shops and architecture, and translates them into a contemporary language using different media, from paint to ceramics and videos. With his graduation work in KABK he won the Jan Roede award, award and eventually got invited to various exhibitions and other awards, including the Piket prize. He has been working with theatre, painting and installations since then, aiming to engage Florence and the Netherlands in a creative and active dialogue. In 2019 and early 2020 he held courses at the academy of art in The Hague.