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More than 300,000 new galaxies found by astronomers

Ladies and gents, our universe just got a lot bigger. A team of more than 200 participating astronomers from 18 countries has recently revealed that the Universe has more galaxies than we previously thought. In fact, thanks to the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) researchers have found 300,000 radio sources, corresponding to the supermassive black holes in the heart of distant galaxies. LOFAR is a novel low-frequency radio astronomy array that uses a new approach to… Seguir leyendo
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Scientists say 2018 Was the 4th Hottest Year on Record

Experts say we are now in the warmest half-decade in more than 120, years, and we should be worried. Image: This color-coded map shows global surface temperature anomalies. Higher than normal temperatures are shown in red and lower than normal temperatures are shown in blue. Image Credit: NASA. 2018 has been the fourth warmest year since 1880, according to independent studies confirmed by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) and the National Oceanic and… Seguir leyendo
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Researchers Discover Fossilized Remains that Rewrite Antarctica’s History

“The more we discover about prehistoric Antarctica, the stranger it is…”Barely the size of an iguana, the fossilized remains of a reptile recently discovered in Antarctica suggests that some 250 million years ago, the icy frozen continent was covered with forests and rivers, and the temperature rarely dropped below zero. The region is thought to have been home to diverse forms of life, including early relatives of the dinosaurs. Meet the Antarctic King… Seguir leyendo
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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe ready to make closest approach to the Sun ever

The Parker Solar Probe is ready to smash more cosmic records as it prepares to make its closest ever approach to the sun. The spacecraft’s second closest approach, the perihelion is expected to take place on April 4, 2019. Image: Parker Solar Probe’s position, speed and round-trip light time as of Jan. 28, 2019. Track the spacecraft online. Image Credit: NASA. 161 days have gone by since the Parker Solar Probe was launched into space,… Seguir leyendo
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Government Official Supports First Extra-Terrestrial Forms Of Money

The prospects for long-term life on Earth seem to be looking more and more in doubt due to climate change and nuclear war. Meanwhile, President Trump, although an apparent non-believer in climate change, has directed NASA to “enable human expansion across the solar system,” concentrating on manned missions to the moon and mars. It seems mankind may not be able to effectively plan for sustained life on Earth, but trust they are already planning for… Seguir leyendo
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Astronomers Have Found A Strange Planet That ‘Shouldn’t Exist’

By now we already know that the universe holds countless mysteries. The more we search the cosmos for answers, and the more we try to understand it, the more we learn how little we actually know. Each day, the universe continues to surprise us, showing us how small we are in the vastness of space. There are things out there that could possibly defy our very understanding of the word possible. Image Credit: Denis Bajram… Seguir leyendo
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Lost Ancient Crusades Treasure Found By Archaeologists

Archaeologists have found a rare collection of gold coins dating back more than 900 years in the ancient Israeli port city of Caesarea. Archaeologists believe that whoever buried the treasure could not recover it because he either fled or was massacred in the conquest of the city. Image Credit: Yaniv Berman. Built Herod the Great between 20 and 11 BC, Caesarea acted as an important port city to several empires including the Roman and Byzantine. … Seguir leyendo
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Scientists Find 40,000-Year-Old Star Maps Scattered In Caves Across Europe

Does it come as a surprise that ancient humans had extremely sophisticated knowledge of the stars, more than 40,000 years ago? What are considered some of the oldest cave paintings in the world have revealed how ancient humans had an advanced and complex knowledge of astronomy.Ancient humans created star maps, more than 40,000 years ago, and painted them on the walls of a number of caves across Europe. Researchers suggest that ancient humans kept… Seguir leyendo
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Archaeologists Unearth A Tomb Dating Back To The Times Of The Minotaur

Researchers have discovered an ancient tomb that has remained untouched for more than 3,500 years in Crete, uncovering the grave of a Minoan man who died around 1,400 BC, when the Island was ruled by a civilization featured in the Minotaur. In Brief: Archaeologists and archaeology students were called to the scene, where they unearthed an intact, vaulted tomb measuring about 13 feet long, complete with carvings, two skeletons, and about two dozen vases.  The… Seguir leyendo
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The Pentagon Secretly Studied ‘Exotic UFO Technology’ Reveals Top-Secret Letter

UFO Disclosure is near. The more skeptics deny UFO’s are a real thing, the more evidence is becoming public suggesting UFOs are real and have been studied by worldwide governments for decades. The Pentagon’s secret program on UFOs carried out a series of investigations into “exotic futuristic technologies,” a letter from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to William Lynn III, Deputy Secretary of Defense reveals. The documents relating to the investigation of the Advanced Aerospace Seguir leyendo
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The Ancient Inca Possessed Advanced Cranial Surgery Techniques, Thousands of Years Ago

As it turns out, the ancient Incas were far more advanced than experts were willing to accept. A new study has shown that the ancient Inca were better at Skull surgery than Civil War doctors. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that ancient civilizations such as the Inca were far more advanced then we’ve ever credited them for. Despite this, many authors and scholars agree that some of the pre-Columbian civilizations were quite advanced.… Seguir leyendo
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Pompeii Continues Revealing Its Ancient Treasures As Archaeologists Make New Discoveries

More news from Pompeii. Archaeologists reveal their newest discoveries made in the ancient city of Pompeii, including 2,000-year-old frescoes and terracotta vases that were buried after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Mount Vesuvius, located on the west coast of Italy, is the only active volcano in continental Europe and is thought to be one of the most dangerous volcanoes on the surface of the planet. The eruption that occurred in 79 AD sent… Seguir leyendo
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Was Gilgamesh—The Demigod of Ancient Sumeria, a Decedent of Ancient Astronauts?

Undoubtedly, popular culture does not do him the justice he deserves and his name goes more unnoticed than it should be. Gilgamesh is the father of all the mythological heroes that have been known in the history of mankind. He was the first. Like many things in our culture, he too originated in ancient Sumer, the land considered the cradle of civilization, hidden deep in the lands of ancient Mesopotamia. Gilgamesh statue at Sydney University… Seguir leyendo
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Two-Headed Mummy of Ancient Egyptian Princess And a Crocodile Revealed For The First Time In Public

The mummy had remained in the shadows away from the public for more than a century. The two-headed mummy is composed of the remains of an unidentified ancient Egyptian princess and a crocodile.  An ancient Egyptian mummy with two heads – one belonging to a girl and the other head to a crocodile – was photographed for the first time after having been removed from the public’s eyes for more than a century, reports Hurriyet Seguir leyendo
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Here Are 5 Of The Largest Stones Ever Moved By The Ancients

All around the world we find massive stones—weighing more than 1,000 tons—that have been transported, somehow, by ancient civilizations in the past. Without the use of modern technologies, our ancestors achieved the unimaginable, moving massive stones that weigh more than one thousand tons. So, how did they do it? Was it pure manpower? Or is it possible, as some authors suggest, that our ancestors used lost technologies to achieve these incredible feats? If we take… Seguir leyendo
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The Sword Of Goujian, The Weapon That Challenged Time, An Oriental Excalibur

Despite having been crafted more than 2,000 years ago, the Goujian sword has a sharp blade, as sharp as the day it was crafted, and shows no signs of tarnish. Such resistance to tarnish rarely seen in artifacts so old.  In 1965 an archaeological expedition fifty tombs belonging to the period of the Springs and Autumns (722 to 481 BC) in China’s Hubei Province, located around 7 kilometers from the ruins of Jinan, capital of… Seguir leyendo
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