PLANET NINE COULD SPELL DOOM FOR THE SOLAR SYSTEM
Dr Dimitri Veras in the Department of Physics has discovered that the presence of Planet Nine--the hypothetical planet which may exist in the outer Solar System--could cause the elimination of at least one of the now known giant planets after the sun dies, hurling them out into interstellar space through a sort of 'pinball' effect.
NEW EVIDENCE PUTS HUMANS IN NORTH AMERICA 50,000 YEARS AGO
Astronomers are debating new research that suggests there may be two additional massive planets beyond Neptune in our Solar System.
HUMAN/ANIMAL MIXING EXPERIMENTS GET GREEN LIGHT
The National Institute of Health has announced disturbing plans to lift a moratorium on funding certain controversial experiments that use human stem cells to create animal embryos that are partly human. The new policy will permit scientists to get federal money to make embryos, known as chimeras...
EMDRIVE COULD GET US TO MARS IN 70 DAYS
Sources indicate that the NASA paper detailing the successful design and building of the "impossible" engine has gone through a rigorous peer review process. Yahoo reports that the paper will be published by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics' Journal of Propulsion and Power.
FOSSILIZED RIVERS SUGGEST WARM, WET ANCIENT MARS
Extensive systems of fossilized riverbeds have been discovered in an ancient region of the Martian surface, supporting the idea that the now cold and dry Red Planet once had a warm and wet climate. The UK Space Agency, has identified over 17,000 km of former river channels on a northern plain called Arabia Terra.
WAS EGYPTIAN MUMMIFICATION REVERSIBLE?
Could, in fact, it have been a simplified, non-functioning version of a lost art of body preservation that had a real chance of reanimation? Could the method have been inherited from a highly advanced antediluvian civilization, lost to history?
TIME TRAVELING TO THE MOTHER TONGUE Now, researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford have developed a sound-based method to move back through the family tree of languages. They can simulate how certain words would have sounded when they were spoken 8,000 years ago.
WE LIVE IN CONCEPTUAL PRISON, BUT IS IT FOR SURVIVAL? Our brains perceive only a fraction of reality in order to to keep us alive. Seeing may be believing but, says cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman, it shouldn't be. "An organism that sees all of reality would never be more fit than one tuned only to see what it needs to survive."
UNIDENTIFIED STRUCTURES IN GOBI DESERT REVEALED BY GOOGLE EARTH
There are a number of areas--rectangle shaped, circular shaped, and airport runway shaped.
Whether used for space exploration or army testing is unclear, but some experts says the circular structures look like Area 51.
HIDDEN PICTOGRAMS FOUND BENEATH SURFACE OF A 16TH CENTURY MEXICAN MANUSCRIPT The Codex Selden is made from deer hide covered in plaster, but scientists have suspected a much older text is hidden beneath the coating. Now, using a new imaging technique they have revealed seven pages of previously unknown pictograms beneath the plaster.
WATER TUNNEL FOUND UNDER TOMB OF PAKAL IN PALENQUE, MEXICO
Archaeologists believe the tomb and pyramid were purposely built atop a spring between AD 683 and 702. The tunnel let water from under the funeral chamber out into the broad esplanade in front of the temple, thus giving, it is thought, Pakal's spirit a path to the underworld.
GIANT PYRAMID INSIDE A MOUNTAIN
A temple at Cholula, Mexico dwarfs the Great Pyramid at Giza, Egypt and is the largest monument ever constructed anywhere, by any civilization, to this day. To locals it's aptly known as Tlachihualtepetl ("man-made mountain").
ANCIENT MANUSCRIPT REVEALS SHAPE OF NOAH'S ARK
According to fragments of the dead sea scrolls, Noah's ark was anything but an ordinary ship. In fact, the new study reveals that it was shaped like Pyramid.
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