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Scientists Discover Egyptian Secret to Making the Pyramids:

Image of the pyramids via sculpies/Shutterstock. Scientists are plagued by a number of questions regarding ancient times. On of the most perplexing is how the ancient Egyptians moved the huge stones needed to build the pyramids. The stones were often as much as 2.5 tons, and without the assistance of modern technology, moving material of this size and weight is a truly amazing feat. Individua

Cannabis, Cannabinoids and Cancer – The Evidence So Far

Note: This article was written by Kat Arney and first appeared as a blog post on Cancer Research UK. It has been posted here with permission. You can read the original article here and donate to Cancer Research UK here. Few topics spark as much debate on this blog and on our Facebook page than cannabis. So we thought we’d take a look at the common questions raised about the evidence and

Is that it? Fascinating image reveals what the world’s 7.2 billion population would look like if it was piled up in the Grand Canyon

f you took all the world's population and dumped them into the Grand Canyon they wouldn't fill a fraction of it. In fact the 7.2 billion people would only form a comparatively tiny pile - as shown in this fascinating mock-up image. The graphic was put together by respected YouTube presenter Michael Stevens on his Vsauce channel, which juxtaposes the population of the world alongside the famous d

Titanoboa returns! Smithsonia recreates world’s biggest snake – a 48-foot monster which ruled Earth after the dinosaurs

A terrifying 48-foot, 2,500lb predator that slithered through rainforests 60 million years ago has been brought back to life by the Smithsonian. In the wake of the dinosaurs, other predators battled for supremacy. Titanoboa was the biggest - a huge snake that would dwarf any anaconda, and which is the undisputed largest in history. The Smithsonian has recreated the terrifying beast in a new TV

The Pyramids and the Constellation of Orion

The Pyramids and the Constellation of Orion According to the accepted version of history, the three massive Pyramids on the Giza Plateau in Egypt were built by armies of Hebrew slaves for the glory of the Pharaohs of Egypt. This idea was introduced to the world by the visit to Egypt of the 5th century Greek historian Herodotus. He claimed that the Pyramids were built by teams of 100,000 men

Fifty royal mummies unearthed in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt. Photo by Flickr user Supermac1961 Egypt’s Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim announced Monday the discovery of around 50 mummies within a large tomb in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. The remains, which included those of newborn babies, princes and princesses, are believed to date back to the 18th Pharaonic dynasty. Wooden coffins and death masks

Mystery Triangle UFO Over Wichita

Jeff Templin is a amateur photographer. He says he’s seen it all until now. While taking pictures of wildlife back in February, something caught his eye. He said it looked like an unusual contrail. “Right over the city, clear as a bell,” said Templin. “Anyone that was looking up would have seen it. You don’t usually see military or even civilian aircraft’s jets that leave cont

Norjalainen koulu kielsi puhelimien käytön koulupäivien aikana

Candy Crush Sagan pelaaminen, tekstaaminen, ja puhelimessa puhuminen ovat sallittuja ajanvietteitä kotona, koulu päätti. Oppilaskunta ja koulu tekivät päätöksen yhdessä. Puhelimia ei saa käyttää luokissa, käytävillä, eikä koulun pihalla. Sen sijaan, oppilaat siis jättävät laitteensa luokassa olevaan “hotelliin”, ja ottavat ne sieltä mukaansa vasta kotiin lähtiessään. N

Powdered Alcohol Coming To The US

Talk about a powder keg. Palcohol may soon be at a liquor store near you. The product was recently approved for consumption by the Federal Government, which means society could well be on its way to snorting itself into oblivion. But that’s NOT HOW IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE USED, PEOPLE. From the company’s site: We have seen comments about goofballs wanting to snort it. Don’t do it! I

Has the Loch Ness Monster been spotted on Apple Maps?

Some say the Loch Ness monster has resurfaced in Scotland, based on an Apple Maps image -- but is it a real sighting of the elusive creature or clever marketing? Members of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club claim they have studied an image seen on Apple’s global satellite map application that shows the allegedly 100-foot-long creature, CNet .com reports, citing London’s Daily Mail

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