News Desk

Archaeologists Closer to Finding Lost Viking Settlement
7th March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans

If Hóp is found it would be the second Viking settlement to be discovered in North America. The other is at L’Anse aux Meadows on the northern tip of Newfoundland.

7th March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans

“Hybridization implies that all of these groups were separate and discrete, only occasionally interacting. What these fossils show is that these groups were basically not separate.”

Were the San the first Europeans?
6th March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans

A sample of African hands might point out the identity of a mysterious group of prehistoric artists who left their art across France and Spain.

Why Won’t The Old Caveman Stereotypes For Neanderthals Die?
6th March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans

Evidence amassed over the last century indicates that Neanderthals are symbolic thinkers. There are historical explanations for why Neanderthals, early on, were portrayed in stereotyped terms.

Harappans had knowledge of hydraulic engineering, Dholavira reveals
6th March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans, Tech

The GPR data suggests existence of a set of small and shallow reservoirs possibly connected with the existing Eastern Reservoir.

Stone tools improved over millennia
6th March 2018 | Ancient, Humans, Tech

Stone flakes – the single most common type of tool made by prehistoric humans and other hominins – show longer, sharper and more complex cutting edges as time goes by.

Taking a Dim View
5th March 2018 | Space, Tech

Astronomers learned to see beyond the Milky Way’s glare into a hidden realm of faint galaxies.

5th March 2018 | | Ancient, Animal Life

Many distant relatives of elephants like mastodon and mammoths were able to survive changing environments because of the widespread interbreeding.

Mindfulness Is Going Mainstream Because of Science
4th March 2018 | | Humans

A combination of a few spare moments, deep breathing, and perhaps a mantra, one can achieve a sense of calm no pharmaceutical company can duplicate.

Stephen Hawking Says He Knows What Happened Before the Big Bang
4th March 2018 | | Space

Hawking’s answer to the question “What was there before there was anything?” relies on a theory known as the “no-boundary proposal.”

There’s Only One Way For Humanity to Survive. Go To Mars.
4th March 2018 | Ancient, Humans, Space

Futurist Michio Kaku sees humans doing ballet on Mars and projecting their brains into the cosmos. And aliens? Oh, they’re coming.

To Help Save Our Oceans, Include Women In The Conversation
3rd March 2018 | | Animal Life, Earth, Humans

As governments convene throughout 2018 and beyond to discuss new and necessary ocean laws, we must give equal consideration to the perspectives of women.

What you can learn about marriage and migration from a 13-million member family tree
3rd March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans

Armchair genealogists and a team of computers scientists have assembled a massive family tree that includes 13 million individual members and spans an average of 11 generations.

Fossilised plant leaf wax provides new tool for understanding ancient climates
3rd March 2018 | | Ancient, Earth, Tech

New research has outlined a new methodology for estimating ancient atmospheric water content based on fossil plant leaf waxes.

The moon actually came from inside our planet, scientists believe
3rd March 2018 | Ancient, Space

According to the model, the collision between Earth and Theia threw molten rock and metal into orbit that collided together to make the moon.

World’s oldest tattoo art found on Egyptian mummy that has been in British Museum for 100 years
2nd March 2018 | | Ancient, Humans, Tech

Infrared examination has revealed the marks are tattoos depicting two animals – a giant wild bull and a wild North African goat-like creature.

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