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Russian team takes ice sample from Lake Vostok in searching for life

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Nearly a year after Russian researchers reached the unique sub-glacial Lake Vostok, the first sample of transparent ice from its water has been taken. The finding is of great value as it could reveal if the lake harbors life. The Lake Vostok, isolated by 4-kilometer layer of ice for around the past 20 million years, has been of great interest to scientists since it was first discovered in the 1990s.... 

Mysterious Alaska Pyramid Fears Said Behind US Nuke Test

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An interesting report prepared by the Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) circulating in the Kremlin today states that the “subcritical” nuclear test conducted by the United States last Wednesday (5 December) was in preparation for a much larger atomic explosion being planned by the Americans whose fears are rising over the “sudden” emergence of a mysterious underground pyramid in Alaska believed... 

China uncovers ancient palace inside emperor's tomb

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The remains of a monumental imperial palace have been unearthed at the mausoleum of China’s fist emperor, inside his tomb. It’s believed to be the largest complex ever found at Qin Shi Huang’s resting place. ­An associate researcher at the Shaanxi provincial institute of archaeology, Sun Weigang, told the Xinhua news agency that the courtyard-style palace was estimated to be 690... 

Astonishing spider fossil discovered in Myanmar

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100-million-year-old fossilized spider attack Scientists have discovered a rare fossil of a spider, featuring the animal hunting a wasp during the dinosaur age. The finding as the first fossil ever discovered of a spider attack, was found in the Hukawng Valley of Myanmar and dates back to Early Cretaceous period between 97 to 110 million years ago. Researchers suggest that both the attacking spider... 

Dakosaurus: Giant vacuum cleaner of Early Cretaceous seas

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Paleontologists from the UK found out more about the lifestyle of the masters of the Early Cretaceous seas – marine crocodiles from Metriorhynchidae family. It turns out they hunted in the same way as the contemporary killer whale, by tossing a victim in the air and tearing it apart. However, some of them sucked their prey in like giant vacuum cleaners. The history of marine life of the Mesozoic... 

Nazi-found Buddhist statue with swastika originally from space

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The swastika symbol was around long before the Nazis chose it for their notorious emblem. An ancient Buddhist statue with a swastika on it they brought back from Tibet was probably carved from a meteorite that crashed on the Siberia-Mongolia border. ­According to researchers, the 10-kilogram figure of the “Iron Man” which features a large swastika, a good-luck symbol in Buddhism, most... 

World's Earliest Dental Filling Discovered in Slovenia

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A prehistoric tooth with a cavity filled by beeswax Italian researchers using x-ray imaging have discovered the earliest dental filling in a broken Stone Age tooth dating back to some 6500 years ago. The groundbreaking discovery demonstrates a surprisingly sophisticated knowledge of dentistry in the far past era. The fossilized jawbone, which is believed to have belonged to a 24 to 30-year-old, was... 

Mysterious underground pyramids found in Italy

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A group of Italian and American archaeologists discovered unique underground pyramid in the town of Orvieto, Italy, says Utro.ru. The constructions carved in volcanic limestone rock were found underneath a wine cellar of a residential house. All lower constructions were completely buried under the ground. “Within this upper section, which had been modified in modern times and was used as a wine... 

Britain's Atlantis found at bottom of North Sea

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Divers from St Andrews University, find remains of Doggerland, the underwater country dubbed ‘Britain’s Atlantis’ ‘Britain’s Atlantis’ – a hidden underwater world swallowed by the North Sea – has been discovered by divers working with science teams from the University of St Andrews. Doggerland, a huge area of dry land that stretched from Scotland to Denmark... 

Subway project reveals ancient thousand-year-old road in Greece

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Subway project reveals ancient thousand-year-old road in Greece. Archaeologists discovered a road built from marble by Romans there 2 thousand years ago. Archeologists have found, in the second largest city of Greece, 70 meters of part of an ancient road built by the Romans, which was the main access road into the city for 2000 years. The road was discovered during excavations for the new metro system... 

Ancient Chinese pottery confirmed as the oldest yet found

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Pottery fragment from Xianrendong Cave in northern Jiangxi Province, China. Bits of the oldest known pottery, some 2,000 years older than previously found pieces, have been uncovered in China Pottery fragments found in a south China cave have been confirmed to be 20,000 years old, making them the oldest known pottery in the world, according to archaeologists. Earlier theories have held that the invention... 

Ancient Roman jewellery found in fifth century burial site in Japan

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Treasure: Pieces of glass jewellery believed to have been made by Roman craftsmen were discovered in a 5th century burial ground in Kyoto, western Japan Glass jewellery believed to have been made by Roman craftsmen has been found in an ancient tomb in Japan. In a sign the empire’s influence may have reached the edge of Asia, three glass beads discovered in the 5th Century ‘Utsukushi’... 

Baltic UFO: New dive, new details

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A “UFO-shaped” object, found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea last year, has puzzled many. And a Swedish expedition that plunged into the deep eventually surfaced with more questions than answers. ­Covered in soot, with little “fireplace”-like structures and lying at the end of a 300-meter “runway” – this is not something you would expect to find sitting on the sea floor. And whatever... 

Dinosaurs not as heavy as previously thought

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Scientists laser scanned several skeletons of modern-day mammals in order to measure the minimum amount of skin needed to cover them Biologists at the University of Manchester have developed a method of measurement, which shows that dinosaurs were not as big and heavy as previously though. According to the study, published in the journal Biology Letters, scientists laser scanned several skeletons of... 

Undeniable Proof Of Atlantis - More Proof

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