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School shooting survivors want to talk about gun control with Florida lawmakers

<i>CNN will hold a town hall with the classmates and parents of victims in the Florida school shooting as well as members of the community. "Stand Up: The Students of Stoneman Douglas Demand Action" will air live at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday.</i><p><b>(CNN) —</b> Under the rallying cry of #NeverAgain, dozens of students …

Florida

9 Underrated Shoulder Exercises You Have To Try!

Presses get the most attention on shoulder day, but which moves are the unsung heroes? Try these 9 underrated delt exercises to spur new size and …

Did Anthropologists Just Solve the 3-Million-Year-Old Mystery of Lucy’s Death?

It happened in an instant; a sudden slip, perhaps due to an inattentive loss of balance. Within seconds, a typical treetop foray became a terrible, …

World's oldest needle found in Siberian cave that stitches together human history

'Sensational' discovery in Denisova Cave is at least 50,000 years old BUT it wasn't made by Homo sapiens.

Laying Bare the Bones of Ancient Maya Society

Much is known about Maya kings, lords and priests. Gaps remain, but we have long had some idea of how they lived. But what about the majority—the …

Massive 'lava lamp' blobs deep inside Earth have scientists puzzled

Two continent-size blobs of hot — and possibly molten — rock can be found deep underground, about halfway to the center of the Earth, according to a new study. These curious structures — each of which is so large that it would be 100 times taller than Mount Everest — could be made up of materials …

Mounting evidence suggests 'hobbits' were wiped out by modern humans' ancestors 50,000 years ago

It might not yet be enough to convince a jury, but mounting evidence suggests ancestors of modern humans wiped out the world's only known population of hobbits.<p>A race of 3.5ft tall humans - known as "hobbits" - were using stone tools on the Indonesian island of Flores 50,000 years ago but then …

What’s happening with the San Andreas fault?

A new study finds that areas along the southern San Andreas fault are rising and falling, reflecting centuries-long buildups of seismic energy that …

Part of Earth’s crust spews out of arc volcano

New research shows that a common type of volcano isn’t just spewing molten rock from the mantle. Rather, it contains elements that suggest something …

Orlando Massacre: Today's Religions Foster A Climate Of Intolerance

Oh dear lord, not again.<p>Another day in America, another mass shooting. This time was significantly worse than the others. Fifty people dead. The …

Scientists discover age-old trading route from Mesopotamia to the far north

Spectacular green glass rods dug up in the ancient Egyptian city of Akhetaten and glass beads found in graves in Scandinavia, northern Germany and …

Ancient Seafarers’ Tool Sites, Up to 12,000 Years Old, Discovered on California Island

On a rugged island just offshore from Ventura County, archaeologists have turned up evidence of some of the oldest human activity in coastal Southern …

The smoking gun 'proving ancient man killed woolly mammoth 45,000 years ago'

Unique pictures show prehistoric forensic evidence: spear wounds on the Arctic beast's bone.

Indus Valley civilization could be older than Egypt and Mesopotamia

The Indus Valley civilization is considered one of the oldest in the world and now archaeologists believe that it might be even older than earlier …

Anthropologist follows trail of century-old hobo graffiti

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anthropologist Susan Phillips had spent a career examining the graffiti that covers urban walls, bridges and freeway …

Bits of 3.5-Billion-Year-Old Asteroid Tell Story of Monster Impact

Three and a half billion years ago, a mega asteroid slammed into Earth, triggering massive tsunamis and leaving craters bigger than many U.S. states. …

Ancient bison bones discovered at Florida dig site

The bones of an ancient bison species that lived some 13,000 to 14,000 years ago have been discovered beneath the ground at Vero Beach, Florida, archaeologists announced.<p>The bones were unearthed at one of the oldest and most significant archaeological digs in North America, the Old Vero Man Site. …

Humans Hunted Mastodon in Florida Nearly 15,000 Years Ago

The discovery of ancient artifacts and mastodon bones in a submerged sinkhole shows that humans first inhabited the southeastern corner of North …

Florida

interesting-maps: “ Native American Tribes Map ”

The world as 100 people over the last 200 years.<p>Europeans are divided along ideological lines in their views of the EU, but this division is not a …

Ancient American: Kennewick Man's Tribal Links Confirmed

The origins of a man who lived some 8,500 years ago, and whose skeleton was discovered in 1996 in Kennewick, Washington, have finally been pinned …

Kennewick Man was Native American

After years of speculation and wrangling over his remains, Kennewick Man turns out to be closely related to contemporary, local Native Americans …

No, volcanoes didn’t kill off the dinosaurs

Volcanic eruptions did not lead to the extinction of the dinosaurs, according to a new study. The research also suggests Earth’s oceans can absorb …

The secret life of an archaeologist: soil in your sandwiches and sexism on sites | Anonymous

Archaeology is hard work. You need patience to cope with red tape, dedication to painstakingly record finds at digs – and a touch of eccentricity always helps<p>I ended up in archaeology as a result of a long-held romantic notion of making great discoveries and solving mysteries. As a kid I always had …

Archaeology

Why is the planet being struck by so many large earthquakes?

According to the USGS, the number of large magnitude earthquakes striking the planet doubled in 2014. The USGS is quite certain about the data but it …

Archaeologists study tools made by Sungarian man

Archaeologists from the Lomonosov Moscow State University have studied objects made of bone, antler and ivory, that were found at the open-air Upper …

The Complete Guide to Paracord (What It Is, Types, Quality, & More)

I’ve noticed that when Elise goes online shopping for paracord, she really isn’t ever quite sure what she’s looking for. She typically has colour …

Did 'First Americans' come by way of Channel Islands? San Diego State to comb seafloor for clues

Researchers plan to search the seafloor off Southern California for clues that could help answer two of the oldest and most contentious questions in science: When did the first modern humans arrive in the Americas? And did they initially spread south from Siberia by following ancient Pacific …