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Archaeologists in Scotland investigate the mystery of the Rhynie Man

In 1978 a farmer ploughing his fields discovered a 6 foot (1.8 meter) high carved stone depicting a man carrying an axe. The monumental carving …

Tomb exploration reveals first archaeological evidence of Christianity from the time of Jesus

The archaeological examination by robotic camera of an intact first century tomb in Jerusalem has revealed a set of limestone Jewish ossuaries or …

The Funniest Ted Talk Ever To Teach You How To Sound Smart

Learn how to sound smart in any given situation without being too scientific and knowledgable in anything or talented at speaking.

Here's the kind of damage North Korea could do if it went to war

On August 20, the Koreas exchanged artillery fire along their demilitarized zone, though no one was reported injured. This was followed by North Korea ordering its front-line troops onto a war footing in a drastic rising of tensions.<p>Tensions relaxed on Monday, after North Korea apologized for the …

23 incredible lost wonders of the world

Archaeology

Grisly Ritual Revealed: How Bolivians Dissolved Bodies

At an ancient ritual complex in Bolivia, archaeologists discovered the ruins of a room where dead bodies were dissolved down to their bones in sizzling pots of caustic chemicals.<p>The researchers say people traveling in llama caravans may have brought their deceased relatives to be "defleshed" in …

Archaeology

Archaeologists find untouched ruins in their search for the Lost City of the Monkey God

Two years ago, an aerial search of the dense jungle of Honduras fuelled by local legends of a lost ancient city, revealed miles of seemingly man-made …

Woodpecker gives weasel a bird's-eye view with piggyback flight

Think you know nature? Think again! The wide world of wilderness always keeps us guessing.<p>For example: You probably never thought you'd see a weasel riding a woodpecker's back midflight — at least not outside of a cartoon. Well ...<p>Yes, that fantastical image is real. The photographer who witnessed …

The 72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered “Potential Terrorists” In Official Government Documents

<i>By Michael Snyder</i> <br>Are you a conservative, a libertarian, a Christian or a gun owner? Are you opposed to abortion, globalism, Communism, illegal …

Marco Rubio: My foreign policy experience tops GOP field

As Iowans and the nation fret over what to do about Middle East terrorists who cut off their captives' heads, Marco Rubio thinks he might have the …

11 Websites To Boost Your Writing Productivity

Have you got a great muse?If so, lucky you! Most of us, however, have to rely on what we can access in the recesses of our brains and souls, and most …

Egyptian Alexandria - Ancient underwater finds revealed the Pharaonic roots of the Ptolemaic City

Alexandria, located on the Mediterranean coast in Egypt, has seen many changes in its 2,300 year history. Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 B.C., …

Excavations Reveal Göbekli Tepe Had Oldest Known Sculptural Workshop

Göbekli Tepe is a very ancient archaeological site located at the top of a mountain ridge in south-eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. Dating back at …

Sculpture

Urban Island Bliss: Five Carless Paradises in Europe

Imagine travel without cars.<p>Scenery wouldn’t rush by in a swirl of colors. The air wouldn’t vibrate with the honking of horns and the squeal of brakes.<p>Going at a slower pace allows travelers to engage all of their senses and even notice minute changes in flora and topography.<p>A landscape sliced by …

European Travel

Five Awesome Nuggets of Writing Advice

When asked for writing advice, I continue to lean on these five pieces as my go-to answers. I didn’t make them up, and I’m not the source for these, …

X-rays unlock secrets of ancient scrolls buried by volcano

BERLIN (AP) — Scientists have succeeded in reading parts of an ancient scroll that was buried in a volcanic eruption almost 2,000 years ago, holding …