News Desk

Indigenous astronomy to revitalise the Australian curriculum
10th December 2018 indigenousx.com.au | Ancient, Humans, Tech

The resources will assist teachers in implementing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures’ cross curriculum priority from the Australian Curriculum.

Near-Earth asteroid removed from risk list
10th December 2018 cosmosmagazine.com | Earth, Space, Tech

European Space Agency cancels 2026 collision risk – leaving just 794 possibilities.

Ancient strain of plague found in Sweden – and it could rewrite history
10th December 2018 | thelocal.se | Ancient, Humans

“Discovering such an early variant (of plague) in Falköping was completely unexpected, as earlier findings have pointed to it originating in Asia. This will now have to be reevaluated.”

Hot ocean water blamed for ancient mass extinction
10th December 2018 canoe.com | Ancient, Animal Life, Earth

While humans aren’t warming the Earth anywhere close to as much as what happened naturally 250 million years ago, “this puts our future into the category of contenders for true catastrophe.”

How NASA’s Mission to Bennu Will Keep Earth Safe from Asteroids
10th December 2018 gizmodo.com | Humans, Space, Tech

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission won’t just take pretty pictures of the asteroid Bennu—it will also help scientists learn whether the rock will one day threaten Earth.

Deb Haaland tells Moneyish why Native Americans deserve better representation
10th December 2018 | marketwatch.com | Humans

‘This was all Native land at one time, yet our voices (have) not always been represented in many levels of government,’ said the newly elected New Mexico Democrat.

How Bronze Age Northern Mongolian Peoples Got Milk
10th December 2018 | forbes.com | Ancient, Animal Life, Humans, Tech

The genomes of 22 individuals dating to the Late Bronze Age suggest that milk consumption was spread through cultural diffusion, not as a result of the migration of new peoples into the region.

50,000 year old tiara made of woolly mammoth ivory found in world famous Denisova Cave…
7th December 2018 siberiantimes.com | Ancient, Humans, Tech

The tiara was most likely made by Denisovans who are known to have had the technology 50,000 or so years ago to make elegant needles out of ivory and a sophisticated and beautiful stone bracelet.

Meet the remote Indigenous community where a few thousand people use 15 different languages
7th December 2018 theconversation.com | Humans

Maningrida is one of the most linguistically diverse communities in the world, with 15 languages spoken or signed every day among only a couple of thousand people.

Ancient plague may have wiped out Stone Age farmers in Europe
7th December 2018 | independent.co.uk | Ancient, Humans

Scientists think ‘mega-settlements’ provided perfect conditions for new disease to evolve.

Rethinking the history related to indigenous sites in northeast North America
5th December 2018 | eurekalert.org | Ancient, Humans

The findings suggest that the history of notable “contact-era” events in northeastern North America during the 15th to early 17th centuries may need to be revaluated.

Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos
5th December 2018 phys.org | Humans

This astonishing new theory may also prove right a prediction that Einstein made 100 years ago.

229 new species described by the California Academy of Sciences in 2018
5th December 2018 phys.org | Animal Life

The new species include 120 wasps, 34 sea slugs, 28 ants, 19 fish, 7 flowering plants, 7 spiders, 4 eels, 3 sharks, 2 water bears, 1 frog, 1 snake, 1 seahorse, 1 moss, and 1 liverwort plant.

An Oxford Scientist May Have Solved the Mystery of Dark Matter
5th December 2018 futurism.com | Earth, Space

The research suggests that dark matter and energy can both be explained if they’re treated as a “negative mass fluid.”

Mesmerizing video shows what would happen if an asteroid crashed into Earth’s oceans
5th December 2018 mashable.com | Earth, Space

America’s National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has posted a new video illustrating what could happen if an asteroid crashed into one of our oceans, and it’s fascinating.

One of Scotland’s first migrants had dark hair, brown eyes and was lactose-intolerant, skeleton DNA test reveals
5th December 2018 | independent.co.uk | Ancient, Humans

A skeleton at least 4,250 years old found in the north of Scotland in 1987 has surprised archaeologists after new analysis has revealed she was a migrant from northern Europe.

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