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Maya: Science Only Acknowledges Now What Ancient Sages Knew About Reality 5000 Years Ago
Maya is a word which is very familiar to the western world, but very few know what it actually means. It is a word which was used by the rishis (sages) of [...]
Former Google Lunar X Prize Teams Focused on Commercial and Government Opportunities
Companies that one competed for the Google Lunar X Prize now expect to fly their first lunar landers in the next two years to serve the needs of commercial [...]
Green-Boned Baby Clasps A Copper Ticket to The Afterlife
500 graves dated to between the 12th and 16th centuries were found in a cemetery at Nyárlőrinc, a village in southern Hungary. They contained a unique set [...]
Nuclear Detectives Hunt Invisible Particles That Escaped the World's Largest Atom Smasher
The Large Hadron Collider hasn’t found any new physics since the Higgs boson. A team of outsider physicists think they know why. Source: space
NASA's Space AI Hunts Exoplanets, Not Humans — Yet
When it comes to artificial intelligence, NASA and other space agencies are nowhere near building a “Terminator” in space. Source: space
NASA to Begin Buying Rides on Commercial Lunar Landers by Year's End
NASA intends to begin buying rides on small commercial lunar landers by the end of the year and start looking for miniature instruments for those [...]
Piecing Together the Origins of Ancient Near East Names in Scotland
Thinking of Scotland, as I do from the somewhat similar mountains of northern India, which has been my home for nigh on twenty years, I do so from a rather [...]
Archaeologists post research data from Sudan online
Graves, small huts or stone-lined sleeping places from antiquity and the Middle Ages: the “Wadi Abu Dom Itinerary” archaeological project being [...]
Crafting a human niche: How humans and apes are different, and why it matters
In “How Humans and Apes Are Different and Why It Matters,” published in the Journal of Anthropological Research, Agustin Fuentes explores the [...]
More than a Sip and You Feel a Drip: A Morbid Motif for the Crafty Pythagoras Cup
The Pythagoras Cup (Pythagorean Cup) is the name given to a drinking cup attributed to the ancient Greek philosopher, Pythagoras of Samos. This cup is also [...]