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CERN’s LHC: “Parallel Universes Could be Hidden Within the Four Dimensions”

“The multiverse is no longer a model, it is a consequence of our models.” ~Aurelien Barrau, particle physicist at CERN Physicists probing the origins of the cosmos at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider hope that next year they will turn up… Continue reading

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Spy Satellite Detects an Ancient 12,000-Year-Old Structure Under Antarctica Ice

According to the European Union Times, disturbing news has been leaking out from the giant continent at the bottom of the world. During April 2001 an ancient structure or apparatus that lay encased miles under the hard Antarctic ice was… Continue reading

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Dr. Zahi Hawass, Fake Chamber Scandal

Only days after being sentenced to a year’s jail sentence, former Egyptian Minister of Antiquities “Zahi Hawass” could be in trouble yet again, evidence has emerged that he may have staged a false project, live on T.V. to fool the… Continue reading

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Google Earth Reveals Thousands of Tombs in Saudi Desert

Little is known about the archaeology of Saudi Arabia, as the government has historically forbid aerial photographs of the landscape and religious sensitivities have made access tricky. But Google Earth is changing that. Satellite images available via the Web-based 3-D… Continue reading

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8000 Year-Old Sun Temple Found in Bulgaria

The oldest temple of the Sun has been discovered in northwest Bulgaria, near the town of Vratsa, aged at more then 8000 years, the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) reported on December 15 2010. The Bulgarian ‘Stonehenge’ is hence about 3000… Continue reading

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New Race/Species of Human Discovered A mysterious new species of human being who lived alongside our ancestors 30,000 years ago has been discovered by scientists. The cavemen, called Denisovans, was identified from DNA taken from a tooth and finger bone found in a cave… Continue reading

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African Fractals: Ron Eglash on

“Ethno-mathematician” Ron Eglash is the author of African Fractals, a book that examines the fractal patterns underpinning architecture, art and design in many parts of Africa. By looking at aerial-view photos — and then following up with detailed research on… Continue reading

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NASA Finds New Life Form

Hours before their special news conference today, the cat is out of the bag: NASA has discovered a completely new life form that doesn’t share the biological building blocks of anything currently living in planet Earth. This changes everything. At… Continue reading

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“Einstein’s Ear”: Tuning into Gravity Waves -an Entirely New Language of Our Universe

One of the great unsolved mysteries of modern physics are the to-date elusive gravitational waves -believed by some to be the secret to dark energy. A team of scientists and engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has brought the world… Continue reading

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Holographic Communication Flickers Into Life in Arizona

Long anticipated by science fiction, real-time holographic communication and ‘telepresence’ are finally within our grasp. Thanks to scientists at the University of Arizona, real-world holograms have finally started to catch up with their fictional cousins. In a paper published today… Continue reading

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Google Brings Dead Sea Scrolls Online

The technology giant, Google, and Israel announced Tuesday that they are teaming up to give researchers and the public the first comprehensive and searchable database of the Dead Sea Scrolls — a 2,000-year-old collection of Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek documents… Continue reading

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Robot to Expose Hidden Secrets of Pyramid

Following in the footsteps of Howard Carter and Abbot and Costello, a specialized robot will penetrate deeper into the Great Pyramid of Giza than ever before. The robot, part of a years long exploration called the Djedi Project, will explore… Continue reading

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