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Scientists uncover amazing new Stonehenge secrets

A new mapping project reveals the history and surroundings of the monument<p>A new digital mapping project conducted by archaeologists from the University of Birmingham has concluded that Stonehenge was not always a solitary structure; instead, it was surrounded by 17 shrines. The findings include one …

Sunni militants target Iraq's two biggest dams

Watch This Wireless Hack Pop a Car’s Locks in Minutes | Threat Level

Shims and coat hangers are the clumsy tools of last century's car burglars. Modern-day thieves, if they're as clever as Silvio Cesare, may be able to …

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If you must trade in your car, here's how to get the most for it

The best advice about trading in your car is to avoid it.<p>You'll always get more money selling it on your own, sometimes thousands more.<p>A quick tour of<p>Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com used-car valuation service shows you why. Take a 2010 Honda Accord EX sedan in "very good" condition with 50,000 miles on …

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Ancient Skull Reveals Human Ancestors Had Odd Neanderthal-Like Inner Ear

The remains of an ancient human in China not thought to be Neanderthal has an inner ear much like that of humans' closest extinct relatives, according to a new study. These new findings could be evidence of interbreeding between Neanderthals and other species of archaic humans in China; however, …

Aliens Exist And Will Be Found Pretty Soon, Say Scientists

It used to be that if you asked an astronomer if there was intelligent life elsewhere in the universe, you’d get some sort of hedged response involving the vastness of the universe and statistical probabilities that you’d expect from a diligent scientist.<p>I’ve asked this question recently of a few …