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Solved! How Ancient Egyptians Moved Massive Pyramid Stones

The ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids may have been able to move massive stone blocks across the desert by wetting the sand in front of a …

Archaeology

⓵ Penisvergrößerung Pillen

<b>Die XtraSize Pillen erhöhen die Absorption und Wirksamkeit der Schwellkörper, aus denen der Penis aufgebaut ist.Während der Füllung mit Blut</b> …

CIA: There Was a JFK Assassination Cover-Up

6<p>SHARES<p>At some point in the fall of 2014 the CIA quietly said, 'we'll just leave this here' and published a bombshell PDF of a declassified article …

The Ancestral Myth of the Hollow Earth and Underground Civilizations

Countless stories, myths, and legends are told about underground cities and subterranean civilizations spread through a vast network of …

Sign the Petition

Chronic pain patients deserve compassionate pain management without being treated as if they are drug addicts or criminals seeking some kind of high. …

These Recently Uncovered Ancient Texts Show What A Normal Day In Rome Was Like 2,000 Years Ago

<i>Earlier this month, a team of researchers from Britain’s Southampton University unearthed a previously undiscovered ancient Roman settlement</i> …

Archaeology

Hey Christians! You're Doing It Wrong

I would love to start out this post with a laundry list of theological credentials to back up that title but I don't have them. To be completely honest, I haven't had a church home in ages and with a very few exceptions, I haven't even heard a sermon since I was a teenager.<p>But I tell you what I did …

Experience Some Hilarious Technical Difficulties in September's Best News Bloopers

As September comes to a close, we invite you to reflect on the past 30 days by watching this 10-minute compilation of the month’s best news bloopers. …

Gladiators in Ancient Rome: how did they live and die?

Hollywood likes to cast them as heroic freedom fighters, but what was life really like for Rome's arena-warriors? Tony Wilmott brings you the facts...<p>…

Archaeologists discover possible ruins of ancient Sodom in the Holy Land

The long-lost Biblical city of Sodom — a city that the Bible claims was destroyed by God because of its immorality — may finally have been found. …

Archaeology

One of the Most Compelling Legal Cases Filed against Apple in Years was filed in California Yesterday

A Patent troll by the name of Zeroclick, LLC, legally acquired two very interesting patents from inventor Dr. Nes Irvine, a medical doctor who, …

Judiciary

Cure Headaches With These Yoga Poses

If you're not a fan of heading to the medicine cabinet when you feel a headache coming on, then head straight to your yoga mat. Headaches can be caused by a variety of reasons such as tension in your neck, tight shoulders, or back pain, and these yoga poses are designed to gently stretch and open …

The science behind the effects of yoga on health

<i>More On Call with Dr. Samir Gupta stories on Globalnews.ca</i><p>TORONTO — Yoga originated in India over 2,500 years ago as a part of Hindu spirituality. …

We are at war with an imaginary Islam: Lies, propaganda and the real story of America and the Muslim world

<b>Former President Bush holding hands with the late Saudi King Abdullah, during a visit to Bush's Texas ranch in 2005. (Reuters/Jason Reed)</b><p>American propaganda exaggerates the power and moral depravity of the Islamic enemy, in the service of our empire<p>Raymond William Baker<p>September 26, 2015 2:45pm …

Political Science

Tomb discovered in Pompeii is window into world scientists know little about

A 4th century B.C. intact grave, discovered by French archeologists recently, provides clues about an ancient society that's a mystery to us.<p>The …

Stonehenge-style rocks spotted on MARS and dubbed Marshenge

Stonehenge-style rocks spotted on MARS: Bizarre circular stone formation on the red planet resembles the iconic Pagan site<p><b>Alien hunters claim to have</b> …

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Rare Sand Cat Surprises Everyone with a Special Delivery !

This is Rotem, who was the only surviving sand cat at the Ramat Gan Safari Park, Israel, when she lost her mate a year ago. Then last September she …

Strengthen your back with these simple exercises

<b>The Question</b><p>My lower back has been sore most of the summer. I try to stay active, but the pain is now making that difficult. This morning I even needed help getting dressed. What are my treatment options?<p>Susan, age 48<p><b>The Answer</b><p>Back and neck pain affect people of all ages, with studies showing that …

McDonald's turnaround strategy is in overdrive

The fast-food chain has added some new items — like the premium sirloin burger — while altering others, like the quarter pounder, and announced that it will soon offer breakfast all day, among other changes.<p>McDonald's is hoping that the tweaks help to revive business following seven straight …

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George W. Bush’s enduring shame: The twisted legal rationales we can’t escape, a dozen years later

We know why W. embraced John Yoo’s strategy of hiding and obfuscation. The question is, why must President Obama?<p>A recently disclosed John Yoo memo that helped grease the skids to war with Iraq may have helped President Obama avoid war with Iran. Or perhaps it's just a bit of epic trolling. Or …

For Park Police pilot Ken Burchell, Navy Yard shooting was unlike any other rescue mission

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> U.S. Park Police Sgt. Ken Burchell and his team scrambled inside the helicopter hangar on the Anacostia River after the first 911 calls came in about the September 2013 shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.<p>As Burchell, a pilot, and other members of the Park Police Aviation Unit …

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Yes, slavery is a part of our national history

Historian Sean Wilentz writes in the <i>New York Times</i> that slavery in the original U.S. Constitution was a local, rather than a national institution. It's not clear what the precise implications of this should be, according to Wilentz's account. He calls this "one of the most destructive falsehoods in …