Wednesday, February 10, 2016

A Collection of the World’s Oldest Examples of Ordinary Things and...

Have you ever wondered how socks, a bag or even a condom look like in the past? Well this collection of the world's oldest examples...

Zombie Love: Torajas Dig Up Relatives to Freshen Them Up During...

Torajas zombie love: Every year, in Toraja, an Indonesian village in Sulawesi, residents dig up their dead to give them a wash, groom and...

Ancient Skeleton Re-discovered In Philadelphia Museum After 85 Years

Ancient Skeleton Re-discovered In Philadelphia Museum After 85 Years! I knew there were weird things going on in Museums! But that is really unexpected! This skeleton...

Nazca Lines Mystery Deepens As Sandstorm Unearths Snake And Camel Forms...

The Nazca Lines Mystery deepens: Gales and sandstorms uncover geoglyphs of a SNAKE and a CAMEL in the Peruvian desert! The geoglyphs, known as Nazca Lines,...

Rosalia Lombardo is the mysterious blinking mummy and baffles scientists

This little girl is 'truly' dead (died of pneumonia in 1920) and no demon has infiltrated her body! But the mummy of Rosalía Lombardo starts...

Ancient Populations Used Advanced Sound Technology To Alter Consciousness And Speak...

A prehistoric necropolis yields clues to the ancient use of sound and its effect on human brain activity. Researchers detected the presence of a strong...

Strange Archeology News: Parasitic Worm Discovered In Ancient Syrian Tomb

Researchers have found evidence of a parasitic infection in the skeletal remains of an individual that lived between 6,500-6,000 years ago in an early...

Now it is sure! Harvard owns a book that’s bound in...

Now it is sure! Harvard owns a book that’s bound in human skin. One of its curators announced today that tests on a book titled...

Ancient Mystery: Was Noah’s Ark Round?

A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet from ancient Mesopotamia is providing new details about the mythological tale of Noah and his ark. Was Noah's Ark...

Climate Change Threatens Archaeological Remains Of The Alaskan Yup’ik Eskimo Village...

Residents of the Yup’ik Eskimo village of Quinhagak first called in archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen in 2009 to carry out a rescue...

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