Researchers from the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries and from universities in the Netherlands have used high-tech imaging to uncover the details of a rare Mexican codex dating from before the colonization of the Americas.

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The Mysterious Ancient Stones Release Their Secrets At Last. University of Adelaide research has for the first time statistically proven that the earliest standing stone monuments of Britain, the great circles, were constructed specifically in line with the movements of the Sun and Moon, 5000 years ago.

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How Do We Explain Giant Arrows In The Utah Desert? Everyone loves a mystery, especially a mystery that smells like a conspiracy or the act of an alien civilization right? So what is this mystery that I am referring to? Well, giant arrows in deserts of the American West that point to each other of […]

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Graves of Ships From Nuclear Bomb Testing in the Bikini Atoll Islands. The April issue of Springer’s Journal of Maritime Archaeology (JMA) focuses on a single shipwreck as the lens through which maritime archaeology assesses the advent of the Atomic Age and the Cold War.

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The Science of Evolution For Some Of The Largest Dinosaurs. Sauropod dinosaurs include the largest land animals to have ever lived. Some of the more well-known sauropods include Diplodocus, Apatosaurus and Brontosaurus. They are renowned for their extremely long necks, long tails as well as four thick, pillar-like legs and small heads in relation to […]

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A New Use for 3D Computer Simulation Technology. University of Leicester archaeologists who discovered and helped to identify the mortal remains of King Richard III have created a 3D interactive representation of the grave and the skeleton of the king under the car park.

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Solving the Mystery of Easter Island. Analysis of artifacts found on the shores of Rapa Nui, Chile (Easter Island) originally thought to be used as spear points reveal that these objects were likely general purpose tools instead, providing evidence contrary to the widely held belief that the ancient civilization was destroyed by warfare. According to […]

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Advancements in Drone Technology are True Advancements. Drone technology has moved so quickly that in many countries legislation has failed to keep up with developments. Drones can be very bad in the wrong or untrained hands but yet when used correctly, drones can dramatically change the way we perceive and observe the world around us.

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Early Engineers Made Use of the Bees. In 2006, beekeepers around the world, noticed that their bee colonies were dying at an unusually high rate. The phenomenon has continued every year since and has come to be known as colony collapse disorder (CCD) where adult bees were simply disappearing, leaving behind hives with a queen […]

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Research Reveals the Smallest Power Grid. We have gotten used to simply plugging in our devices to the wall socket when we need electricity right? The wall sockets are off-course eventually connected to a much larger grid and multiple sources of current. The global grid is getting larger everyday.

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