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Skeletons in Love: What is Behind the Loving Embrace in the Andronovo Burials?
There is something unique about the Bronze Age tombs in the Novosibirsk region of Siberia. The Andronovo burials, as they have been called, include dozens [...]
Where are Ashkenazi Jews from? Their Origins May Surprise You
Ashkenazi Jews are a Jewish ethnic group who have their earliest ancestors from the indigenous tribes of Israel…at least on one side of the family tree. A [...]
Chaos and Cover-ups: What Evidence Exists of an Ancient Pole Shift?
Magnetic pole shifts are in the news a lot recently because our Magnetic North Pole is racing towards Russia while the Earth’s magnetic field strength is [...]
Australians Will Attempt to Break Stargazing Guiness World Record
Thousands of Australians are invited to help set a new Guinness World Record for the most people stargazing at multiple venues. Source: space
Saturn May Be the Missing Piece in the Puzzle of Jupiter's Moons
Saturn may have played a key role in the birth of Jupiter’s largest moons, a new study finds. Source: space
Representation of Sumerian Elites Detected in the Crespi Gold Tablets
It is becoming increasingly clear that the Sumerians had established a colony in South America called Kuga-Ki. Kuga-Ki was the “Tin Land of the [...]
What's Next for NASA's TESS Exoplanet Hunter?
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is in space, but its science work won’t start until June. Here’s what the spacecraft [...]
Can the Babylonian Calendar Help Explain the Ages of Patriarchs Recounted in the Book of Genesis? – Part 2
The ages of Adam and his descendants in the Book of Genesis appear incredulous when compared to the average lifespan of Man throughout history. Though [...]
Maya Snake King Dynasty Used Local Gods to Gain Authority in Rural Guatemala
Taking political control is often a violent affair, but tactics, knowledge of local customs and beliefs, and trickery can also be used to get an ambitious [...]
‘Very Angry Badger’ Wreaks Havoc at Historic Castle in Scotland
A 16th century Scottish castle survived decades of battles, attacks, civil war and treason but has been forced to close due to one very angry badger, which [...]