Hidden Passageway

The latest discovery involves Kukulcan Temple, an edifice that was built by the pre-Columbian Maya civilization sometime between the 9th and 12th centuries. It’s already been known that plenty of underwater caverns exist beneath this 30-meter-high (98-foot) monument, but a new passageway has been uncovered, one that could lead to a subterranean sinkhole, also known […]

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Mysterious Ancient “Gates”

Saudi Arabia has been fairly resistant to aerial surveys for some time now, but the international media coverage Kennedy’s research has generated seemed to change their minds, at least temporarily. Flying over some of the most prominent stone structures above the Harrat Khaybar volcanic field, he snapped some new shots and captured them in incredible […]

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The 11 Lost Cities Of Assyria

It was recently reported, to the delight of many, that a 4,000-year-old Assyrian baked clay tablet was likely a marriage contract. This, however, isn’t the only tablet of its kind – there are tens of thousands of others. Learn more: The 11 Lost Cities Of Assyria

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Snake Giving Birth

A lot of people don’t know that while many snakes lay eggs, about 30% of them actually give birth to live young. Check out the amazing, if slightly gross, footage below:

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Warning To Humanity

Thousands of scientists from all around the world have come together to issue another “warning to humanity” about the unprecedented threats that we as a species, and more importantly our planet as a whole, are currently facing. It lists what they consider the main dangers, including climate change, population growth, deforestation, species extinction, and loss […]

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Brain Implant

Finding a way to connect brains to computers is a long-sought goal of scientists. Of some of the advantages promised by this partnership, we can now add improved memory. As reported in New Scientist, researchers from the University of Southern California have found that by using their implant, they could improve participants’ memory performance by […]

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A Terrifying Warning

Stephen Hawking has previously voiced concerns about AI, and just recently, he’s repeated them. During an interview with Wired, he said: “I fear that AI may replace humans altogether. If people design computer viruses, someone will design AI that improves and replicates itself. This will be a new form of life that outperforms humans.” Discover […]

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The First Americans Weren’t The Clovis People After All

Earlier this year, a controversial paper concluded that human activity in the Americas is at least 130,000 years old. Although a lot of questions linger over the study, it served as a timely reminder that the idea that the first Americans were the 13,500-year-old Clovis people needed rethinking. Learn more: The First Americans Weren’t The […]

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Evidence For An Ancient Biblical Story

The Bible refers to Joshua winning a battle to seize part of Canaan by praying; “Sun, stand still at Gibeon, and Moon, in the Valley of Aijalon. And the Sun stood still, and the Moon stopped, until the nation took vengeance on their enemies.” This violates numerous laws of physics – religious authorities even used […]

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Incredible Jack O’ Lanterns

Every year, NASA has a competition to create the best jack o’ lanterns for Halloween. Just like you did as a child. However, NASA employees aren’t the kind of people to do things halfheartedly, and their creations are about to put your childhood pumpkins to shame. Here they are: Incredible Jack O’ Lanterns

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