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Ancient Origin of Great Sphinx Remains Unexplained

The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the oldest, largest, and most mysterious monuments ever constructed on Earth. The Great Sphinx is a...
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Physicists Reverse Time, Or Did They?

The Internet headlines boasted another human triumph and this time it was none other than the ability to reverse time. They touted that the...
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Hayabusa2 Shot an Asteroid

Japan's Hayabusa 2 probe has successfully collected a sample from the surface of asteroid Ryugu following a careful descent last night. It was all...

More Scientific Support for Planet 9

New observations of a distant exoplanet and its solar system offer proof of a long-standing astronomical theory: passing stars can perturb planetary systems and...

Cahokia: North America’s massive, ancient city

Matt DavisMesopotamia had Ur, a wealthy city from 2100 BCE and a towering ziggurat. Egypt had Memphis and Alexandria, with their great pyramids and...

How smallpox devastated the Aztecs

Recent outbreaks in the U.S. have drawn attention to the dangers of measles. The Democratic Republic of Congo is fighting a deadly outbreak of...

Saudis to Destroy Mount Sinai?

By Adam Eliyahu BerkowitzAs researchers debate the location of Biblical Mount Sinai, the Saudi Arabian government is moving forward with plans for a mega-city...

The Cleaners of Ancient Mesopotamia

by Noor Al-Samarrai If you had some threads that you wanted to spiff up for a special occasion in ancient Mesopotamia, what would you do?...

Ancient Egyptian Cats Didn’t Look The Way You Think

by David AndersonOur perceptions of the ancient world are shaped by the way surviving relics appear in the present day. The cool...

Steam-Powered Spacecraft?

Posted on by Matt WilliamsThe era of renewed space exploration has led to some rather ambitious proposals. While many have been on the books...
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