MORE THAN 50 NEW ‘NAZCA LINES‘ DISCOVERED IN PERUVIAN DESERT
After being tipped off by armchair ‘space archaeologists‘ to sites of significance, archaeologists have announced discovery of more than 50 new ‘geoglyphs‘--not at Nazca though, but in adjacent Palpa province.
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MAN CLAIMS TO BE TIME TRAVELER, PASSES POLYGRAPH
A strange video posted by a British TV network shows a man whose face and voice is distorted to hide his identity, claiming he risked his life to travel back in time to warn people of what's to come. He appears to pass a lie detector test.
2,300-YEAR-OLD TECHNOLOGY INSPIRES NEW POWERFUL ‘TRACTOR BEAM‘ LASER
A team from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel is using millennia-old knowledge to create a true science-fiction staple: a particle-trapping laser tractor beam. As with science fiction, such as in Star Trek, the device is capable of shining a laser on an object and then drawing it in.
EXPERT DEBUNKS 'HUMAN HYBRIDS' CLAIM
A newly published scientific paper concludes that partial skulls discovered in Xuchang, in central China are evidence of a "hybrid" human who lived some 100,000 years ago. The find, spotlighted in 'Science' magazine, is "upending ideas about human evolution."
FALCON HEAVY LAUNCH COULD MEAN MANY MORE MINE-CAPABLE ASTEROIDS
Asteroid mining is about more than just heading up into space and bringing back a rock full of platinum--you actually need to land something on just the right asteroid. Now, the world's most powerful rocket launched by Elon Musk-led SpaceX, may have changed the game.
HAS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FINALLY CRACKED THE VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT?
Canadian researchers say they have taken a huge step forward in unraveling the mysterious 240-page Voynich manuscript's hidden meaning. Since discovery over a century ago, the document, filled with coded language and inscrutable illustrations, has confounded linguists and cryptographers.