Is science able to explain everything? No! We have so much to learn that keeping an open mind to our observations and intuitions is crucial for progress of human kind and science itself. That's why I believe that absolute skeptics, who tend to disbelief blindly any evidence against their mindset, are dangerous. I often read surprising evidence of incredible and documented findings that we cannot explain with our limited knowledge. Note that absolute and professional skeptics will tell you that concentrating at these facts confuses science, so they just ignore them. An interesting position. Personally I think it just confuses them. To learn you always have to study what we do not understand.
I decided to post some suprising scientific observations as I find them in various books I read. I'm fascinated by the subject. I hope you'll find it intriguing as much as I do.
Can a pysicial medium (or matter) be frictionless? Surprisingly, yes!
In 1911 a Dutch Nobel-prize physicist Kamerlingh Onnestook took helium (normally a gas) and cooled it until it approached the absolute zero of temperature (zero Kelvin). When the temperature of the helium reached 4.2 Kelvin a dramatic change occurred. Helium became a liquid and, under equal pressure, it became 800 times denser. When Onnes cooled this superdense liquid helium still further, at 2.17 Kelvin another change occurred: the liquid hellium became superfluid. Supercooled helium, though it is superdense, does not resist objects passing through it. It flows frictionless though cracks and apertures so tiny that nothing else, not even a much thinner gas, can penetrate them.
Source: "Science and the Akashic Field", by Ervin Laszlo.