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Detroit just decriminalized psychedelics and ‘magic mushrooms.’
6th November 2021 | Earth, Humans, Misc.

Detroit has joined the growing number of cities and states that have decriminalized entheogenic plants and fungi, more colloquially known as “magic mushrooms” and psychedelics.

Image from Magic mushrooms (Wiki Commons)

Dogs Have Co-Evolved With Humans Like No Other Species
6th November 2021 | | Ancient, Animal Life, Humans

The connection between human and dog runs deep. Early signs of domestication date back to 33,000 years ago The pairing makes for a striking case in coevolution — no other species has been so thoroughly integrated into human society. Dogs are our sentinels and shepherds, hunting partners and cancer detectors. And more importantly, to those of us who have had dogs in our lives, they are our dearest friends.

Potential new human species may redraw the family tree
6th November 2021 | | Ancient, Humans

A new ancestor of modern humans with the potential to rip up the family tree has been tentatively named.

Ancient Comet May Have Turned Chilean Desert Into Glass
4th November 2021 | Ancient, Humans, Space

Nearly 50 miles (80 kilometers) of the Chilean coast are covered with oblong fragments of desert glass that researchers who recently studied them say came from a comet’s explosion over the Atacama Desert about 12,000 years ago.

Ancient wooden Maya canoe unearthed almost intact in Mexico
3rd November 2021 | | Ancient, Humans

Archaeologists have discovered a wooden Maya canoe in southern Mexico, believed to be over 1,000 years old.

An asteroid barely missed Earth last week, and no one knew it was coming
3rd November 2021 | | Humans, Space

An asteroid about the size of a refrigerator shot past Earth last week, and astronomers didn’t know the object existed until hours after it was gone.

Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy might help to reduce attachment anxiety
3rd November 2021 | | Humans, Misc.

Scientists have begun to examine whether the psychedelic drug psilocybin… can help people who feel insecure in their attachments to others. Their preliminary research, published in ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science, suggests that psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy might help to reduce attachment anxiety.

‘I’ve experienced states of consciousness beyond this life’: The people turning to psychedelics on their deathbeds
3rd November 2021 | | Humans, Misc.

Research from Johns Hopkins and NYU suggests that psychedelic drugs can significantly reduce pain and distress for those with terminal illnesses. As the British government faces calls to reschedule these substances, Kevin E G Perry talks to some of those who’ve already chosen to take the trip

Are Ketamine Clinics Paving the Way for Legal Psychedelic Therapy?
29th October 2021 | Humans, Misc.

The proliferation of ketamine clinics around the country could offer a model for other psychedelic therapy clinics in the future. Here’s what it’s like on the inside.

Human species who lived 500,000 years ago named as Homo bodoensis
29th October 2021 | | Ancient, Humans

The species lived in Africa about 500,000 years ago, during the Middle Pleistocene age, and was the direct ancestor of modern humans, according to scientists. The name bodoensis derives from a skull found in Bodo D’ar in the Awash River valley of Ethiopia.

Fingerprints point to 5,000-year-old Orkney pottery class
29th October 2021 | | Ancient, Humans

Archaeologists believe fingerprints on fragments of clay found in Orkney were left by experienced potters and their young apprentice 5,000 years ago.


Scientists Traced The Weird Origins of Tusks to Find Out Where They Came From
29th October 2021 | | Ancient, Animal Life, Weird

Stick a turtle’s beak on a baby hippo. Then twist its front legs so they stick out to either side, but keep its back legs straight. And give it tusks. Presto, you have something that looks a little bit like a prototype mammal-like animal that walked the planet hundreds of millions of years ago.

Hidden Maya complexes hint that the famous calendar was already in use 3,400 years ago
29th October 2021 | | Ancient, Humans

Ancient Central American people may have designed their cities around  an early iteration of the Maya calendar.

Archaeologists in Iraq find ancient wine press, carvings
25th October 2021 | Ancient, Humans

Archaeologists in Iraq revealed Sunday their discovery of a large-scale wine factory from the rule of the Assyrian kings 2,700 years ago, along with stunning monumental rock-carved royal reliefs.

Mammoths and other extinct Ice Age giants clung on longer than previously thought, DNA analysis suggests
25th October 2021 | Ancient, Animal Life, Earth, Humans

Mammoths and other giant creatures of the Ice Age such as woolly rhinos survived longer than scientists thought, coexisting with humans for tens of thousands of years before they vanished for good. That’s according to the results of an ambitious 10-year research project that analyzed DNA from hundreds of soil samples across the Arctic.

Artificial Intelligence Has Found an Unknown ‘Ghost’ Ancestor in The Human Genome
25th October 2021 | | Ancient, Humans, Tech

Nobody knows who she was, just that she was different: a teenage girl from over 50,000 years ago of such strange uniqueness she looked to be a ‘hybrid’ ancestor to modern humans that scientists had never seen before.

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