News Desk

Teeth Challenge What We Know About The Careers Of Women In Ancient Egypt
18th April 2019 | iflscience.com | Ancient, Humans

The teeth of a 4,000-year-old woman show distinct patterns suggesting she was a craftsperson. Many have assumed this profession was restricted to men at the time.

Another asteroid disintegrates over Russia
18th April 2019 earthsky.org | Earth, Space

A bright meteor was caught in many dashcam videos – in broad daylight – on April 6, 2019, over the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk. See a video compilation here.

Aboriginal remains returned by Germany to Australia
17th April 2019 | bbc.co.uk | Ancient, Humans

In total, the remains of 53 ancestors are being returned this month.

Marijuana legalization is very popular
17th April 2019 | vox.com | Humans

The three major national polls in America are increasingly converging on one point: Marijuana legalization is very popular in the US.

Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders
17th April 2019 | bbc.co.uk | Ancient, Humans

The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown.

Comet Ingredients Swallowed by an Asteroid, Found Sealed Inside a Meteorite
17th April 2019 | livescience.com | Space

The raw materials from a comet have been found sealed inside a pristine, primitive meteorite.

Move Over, Moses: A Pharaoh May Have Created the Ancient Kingdom of Israel
15th April 2019 | haaretz.com | Ancient, Humans

New archaeological evidence and biblical scholarship suggest Shishak wanted to make Egypt great again – but may have inadvertently steered the Israelites into creating a great nation of their own.

Red Dresses Raise Awareness for Missing, Murdered Native American Women
15th April 2019 | voanews.com | Humans

They’re present 24 hours a day, in all weather, to draw attention to the plight of missing and murdered indigenous women who experience violence at a much higher rate than non-indigenous women.

New Mexico Decriminalizes Adult Use Cannabis
14th April 2019 | forbes.com | Humans

The Midwestern state of New Mexico is poised to become the 24th to decriminalize cannabis.

Mother of epileptic child ‘overjoyed’ to have confiscated medical cannabis returned
14th April 2019 | independent.co.uk | Humans

‘Bureaucratic trauma’ shows ‘system just isn’t working’, say nine-year-old’s parents.

NASA Chooses SpaceX to Launch Asteroid-Walloping Mission
14th April 2019 | space.com | Space, Tech

SpaceX will fly its Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) planetary-defense mission. The total launch cost for NASA will be about $69 million, agency officials said.

Four Asteroids, The Largest Being 460 Feet Wide, Swooped Past Earth On Friday
14th April 2019 | inquisitr.com | Earth, Space

While two of these space rocks are not coming back any time soon, the other two hit their closest approach to Earth for a long while to come.

Cannabis could improve orgasms for women, study finds
14th April 2019 | independent.co.uk | Humans

Study finds women who used marijuana before sex were twice as likely to say they had ‘satisfactory’ orgasms.

DNA remnants of three separate Denisovan populations found in human genomes
12th April 2019 cosmosmagazine.com | Ancient, Humans

One of three separate populations of Denisovans could have survived and interbred with the ancestors of modern-day Papuans as recently as 15,000 to 30,000 years ago.

Ralph Solecki, Who Found Humanity in Neanderthals, Dies at 101
12th April 2019 | nytimes.com | Ancient, Humans

His research pointed to the possibility that Neanderthals had humanity — a he put it, that they “had a ‘soul.’”

The four-legged whale discovered off the coast of Peru: What was it like?
12th April 2019 bigthink.com | Ancient, Animal Life

The new fossil offers insight into when whales returned to the oceans millions of years ago.

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