Crocodile Gods And Warrior Pharaohs

ADVERTISEMENTS ADVERTISEMENTS Two ancient sandstone tablets decorated with elaborate inscriptions depicting Egyptian deities and Pharaohs have been revealed by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, after being discovered by archaeological crews working to lower groundwater at the 2,300-year-old Kom Ombo temple in Aswan. Learn more: Crocodile Gods And Warrior Pharaohs

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500-Year-Old Scroll

Researchers at Cardiff University have virtually unraveled a 500-year-old scroll that was so battered and bruised, it was thought to be unreadable. They used a relatively new technique the university’s computer scientists have been honing over the past few years and which they hope will shine a new light on other similarly unreadable documents. Discover […]

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Jungle-Penetrating Lasers

Hidden below Guatemala’s lush Petén rainforest lies an ancient city not touched by humans for more than 1,000 years, but in its heyday it was home to millions of Mesoamericans who built a sophisticated, sprawling empire. Now, for the first time, a team of international archaeologists has discovered and mapped tens of thousands of ancient […]

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New York’s 150-Year-Old Mummy

When construction crews working in Queens, New York unearthed the remains of a woman clad in a white nightgown and knee-high socks in 2011, the body was so well preserved they nearly thought to call the police for fear she was a recent homicide victim. Her coffin, however, told a different story. Learn more: New […]

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Common Perfume Ingredient That May Boost Hair Growth

You may have seen headlines suggesting that there’s a new cure for baldness in town. Sorry to say, but we’re not quite there just yet. A new study, however, does give us some insight into how hair growth is both interrupted and encouraged, and reveals that synthetic sandalwood, of all things, might play a role. […]

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Researchers Gave Ecstasy To Octopuses

Taking MDMA may make some people feel like an octopus, but does an octopus feel like a human when they roll? According to new research published today in Current Biology, the answer is yes. When given the party drug, a relatively antisocial, solitary species of octopus became more social, engaged, and generally interested in its […]

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A Cure For Alzheimer’s

One in 10 US adults over the age of 65 have Alzheimer’s and one in three seniors will die from the disease or another form of dementia. Yet, there is no cure available and there is nothing promising in the pipeline – though scientists have recently begun experimenting with “brain pacemakers” and young blood transplants. […]

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Bizarre Medical Cases That Still Confuse Doctors

Even doctors get confused with some medical cases. Here are some of them.

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The Suspicious Retirement Of Michael Jordan

Why would the face of the league on the best team in the league who was known for his enormous competitive drive and his desire to be the best ever suddenly retire in the middle of his prime? Lets look at the facts.

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The Mystery Of Jessica Chambers’ Death

The shocking mystery of the death of Jessica Chambers, the Mississippi teenager who was found by first responders on a highway with burns on more than 93 percent of her body on December 6, 2014, is about to be revisited in a trial this September — and during Oxygen’s “Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica […]

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