Archaeological Discovery In North Africa Changes The Human Origin Story, Again

Human evolution, origins, and history are ultimately a complex thing to understand. Evidence of that are the numerous discoveries made in the past century that have proven how little we actually know about our ancestors. Stone tools with sharp edges recovered at the archeological site in Algeria. Image Credit: M. Sahnouni. The more we search, to more we learn how little we understand. Now, scientists have found that human ancestors settled in Northern Africa much… Seguir leyendo

Scientists Find the Great Pyramid of Giza Focuses Electromagnetic Energy

Another fascinating discovery has been made by scientists in the Great Pyramid of Giza. More evidence has been found that the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the most astonishing ancient structures on the surface—though to be a tomb—was not a resting place for a pharaoh. A team of German and Russian researchers has discovered that the Great Pyramid of Giza, focuses electromagnetic energy in its chambers and concentrates the electromagnetic energy in its lower… Seguir leyendo

Before Noah’s Great Flood: Here Are 3 Flood Stories That Predate The Bible

Evidence has been brought forward by a number of archaeologists who argue that a massive deluge swept across the Earth between 5,000 and 7,000 years ago. Some argue that the historic flood may have happened, but not on a global scale, as there are those who argue that a flooding occurred in the area of what is today the Black Sea, an area many refer to as the ‘cradle of civilization’. And while Noah’s story… Seguir leyendo

Stonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras’ Theorem 2,000 Years Before It was ‘Invented’

Evidence of advanced knowledge in mathematics, astronomy, and engineering can be found all over the world, at different ancient sites. As it turns out, the proportions between the sides of the Stonehenge triangles refer to the famous formula, according to a recently published book. The builders of the megalithic monument—thought to be more than 4,000-years-old—used advanced geometric concepts thousands of years before they were actually ‘discovered’. This doesn’t come as a surprise as experts have… Seguir leyendo