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Past articles by Kristine:

The Excavation Of A Tomb In Corsica May Help To Explain Why The Etruscan Civilization Disappeared

Archaeologists have discovered a skeleton within the new Etruscan tomb found in Corsica, along with a large number of ancient artifacts which includes a gold signet ring that holds the face of ... → Read More

An Ancient Monument In Greece May Reveal Why Octavian’s Ships So Easily Defeated Those Belonging To Cleopatra

After studying the niches left behind in Octavian’s Battle of Actium victory monument, it was discovered that Cleopatra and Mark Antony’s ships were much larger and less maneuverable than ... → Read More

A New Study Suggests Neanderthals Resorted To Cannibalism As A Result Of Climate Change

After analyzing the remains of six Neanderthals found in a cave in the south of France, scientists have concluded that during the last interglacial period, Neanderthals briefly became cannibals. When ... → Read More

Archaeologists In Egypt Have Unearthed A Lost Palace Hidden Inside The Ancient Temple Of Ramesses II

A lost palace has been discovered inside the Abydos, Egypt, temple of Ramesses the Great. During recent excavation work at the ancient temple of Ramesses II in Abydos, Sohag, archaeologists under the ... → Read More

Archaeologists In Israel Have Discovered A ‘Grotesque’ Ancient Clay Deity Used For Scaring Away Evil Entities

Archaeologists have recovered a rare clay artifact representing Bes, an Egyptian deity, who was later revered by Persians who lived in Israel between the 4th and 5th centuries B.C. Archaeologists in ... → Read More

The Hubble Space Telescope Has Captured Stunning Images Of A Massive Storm Swirling On Neptune

Neptune’s Great Dark Spot, which first became visible to scientists in 2018, has been captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. For the first time, the Hubble Space Telescope has been able to ... → Read More

Archaeologists Have Just Discovered A Rare And Historic Viking Ship Burial In Norway

Using ground-penetrating radar, archaeologists have identified a Viking ship burial in Vestfold County, Norway. After using georadar or ground-penetrating radar (GPR), archaeologists have identified ... → Read More

A New Study Has Revealed Jupiter’s Incredible Origins, Detailing Its Journey Which Began 4.5 Billion Years Ago

New research has suggested that Jupiter began its life much farther from the sun than scientists originally thought. Because the vast majority of gas giant planets are generally found quite close to ... → Read More

Scientists With Asgardia Are Demanding Swift Action To Stop Threat Of Apocalyptic Asteroid Strike On Earth

Scientists will be attending an Asgardia conference in Vienna next month to discuss ways to stop an apocalyptic asteroid strike on Earth. With the knowledge that an asteroid caused the extinction of ... → Read More

NASA Unveils Stunning New ‘Marble-Like’ Image Of Jupiter, Showcasing Its Spinning Storm

Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill has fused three images taken by the Juno spacecraft in February to create a breathtaking new image titled ‘Jupiter Marble’. While the Blue Marble image ... → Read More

Scientists Have Created A Robust ‘Terminator-Like’ Liquid Metal That Can Change Shapes And Stretch

Researchers have discovered that mixing liquid metals like gallium with nickel or iron creates a stretchable ‘Terminator-like’ metal when manipulated with magnets. Suggesting that films ... → Read More

Japanese Scientists May Have Finally Discovered The Origin Of The Ryugu Asteroid

Japanese scientists have found two asteroids which may be the ‘parents’ of the Ryugu asteroid. After several months of study with Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft, scientists believe ... → Read More

Stunning Aerial Photos Show SpaceX’s Majestic Starship Hopper On Launch Pad Ahead Of Next Week’s Test Flight

As SpaceX and Elon Musk prepare for next week’s tests of its prototype Starship suborbital vehicle — which is currently sitting on a launch pad at SpaceX’s Boca Chica, Texas, ... → Read More

Elon Musk Shares Tantalizing Video Post Of The SpaceX Starship’s Fiery Hexagonal Heat Shield Tests

The hexagonal heat shield tiles of the SpaceX Starship have withstood tests bombarding them with intense flames that reached 2,510 degrees Fahrenheit. SpaceX has just submitted its Starship ... → Read More

Archaeologists Have Discovered The Perfectly Preserved Remains Of A Roman Skeleton In Cumbria, England

Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a Roman skeleton very close to a field in Bridekirk, Cumbria. While archaeologists were busy excavating a medieval site in Cumbria, they were surprised to ... → Read More

A Rare Mariner’s Astrolabe Dating Back To 1503 Has Just Been Listed As The World’s Oldest Navigational Tool

An astrolabe that was discovered on a ship which sank in the Arabian Sea in 1503 has been listed by Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest. A mariner’s astrolabe that dates back to ... → Read More

A New Study Suggests Complex Civilizations Created Big Gods Rather Than The Reverse

A new study has suggested that moralizing gods normally follow rather than precede social complexity in large civilizations. A team of international researchers, including one that is associated with ... → Read More

According To The Pew Research Center, A Majority Of Americans Believe The US Is In A Serious Decline

The majority of Americans surveyed by the Pew Research Center believe that by 2050 most citizens will be worse off than they are today. After a recent Pew Research Center survey was conducted in ... → Read More

A Groundbreaking New Study Has Revealed Why Matter Is So Widespread In The Universe

While conducting antimatter research, physicists have finally verified for the first time that there is a very big difference in the decay of matter and antimatter. Physicists from Syracuse ... → Read More

Researchers At Caltech Have Discovered A Way To Levitate Objects Using Light

A new Caltech study has demonstrated that nanoscale patterning and light can propel and levitate objects, paving the way for future spacecraft that could be set in motion using light. Caltech ... → Read More