Journalist Graham Hancock travels the globe hunting for evidence of mysterious, lost civilizations dating back to the last Ice Age.

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Remains of horses buried 2,000 years ago found in central France

French archaeologists have uncovered nine large graves containing the remains of horses from up to 2,000 years ago, in a find described as “extraordinary”.

Ancient Egyptian Skull Found Riddled With Tiny Cut Marks. This Could Be Why.

The ancient Egyptians were remarkably sophisticated and advanced in the field of medicine – so noted for their skills and knowledge that we’re still learning from them thousands of years later. The findings have been published in Frontiers in Medicine.

Police Officers Are Turning to Psychedelics to Overcome Trauma

In the face of a deepening mental health crisis, more police officers and public servants are turning to psychedelics for relief and healing from work-related trauma.

New discovery shows how scales became feathers in dinosaurs

At some point hundreds of millions of years ago, dinosaur scales evolved into feathers. New research published in Nature Communications might help explain how and when that transition occurred.

Lost photos suggest Mars’ mysterious moon Phobos may be a trapped comet in disguise

Mars’ moon Phobos may actually be a comet — or at least part of one — that was gravitationally captured by the Red Planet long ago, a new preprint study based on previously unpublished photos suggests.