Are humans the only species known to self-domesticate through ‘survival of the friendliest?’ A new genetic study suggests that may be the case. Continue reading Study Suggests Ancient Humans Were Domesticated – By Themselves?
The life’s work of artist Luis Jiménez, a giant Blue Mustang took on a life of its own, inspiring strange conspiracies and fierce loyalty at the Denver International Airport. Continue reading Blue Mustang Heralds New Dawn/ Apocalypse, Depending on Viewer
Gnostic beliefs held that secret knowledge was the key to enlightenment and a way out of an evil materialistic world. Continue reading Long Lost Early-Christian Gnostic Beliefs: Heresy or Enlightenment?
In an archaeological first, the researchers used a tool used to study patterns in galaxies to analyze thousands of ancient tombs. Who did these tombs belong to? Continue reading Archaeologists Discover Ancient Tombs Arranged Like Galaxies in Sudan
Jorge Mañes Rubio, an artist-in-residence at the European Space Agency, reveals designs for a Moon Temple to bring Earth’s culture to space. Continue reading Artist Reveals ‘Moon Temple’ Plans, Honoring Earth’s Cultures in Space
The world’s first author and first museum curator were both powerful women from the ancient world. Continue reading World’s First Author and Museum Curator were Women from Mesopotamia
After a decade of study, researchers reveal a human ancestor that may have interbred with Homo sapiens over100,000 years ago. Continue reading Nesher Ramla: New Ancient Human Possibly Interbred with Our Ancestors
Comprehensive gene analysis concluded Native Americans may have arrived first in the Americas with no outside DNA but is that the whole picture? Continue reading DNA Suggests Native Americans Arrived in Americas First – Or Did They?
Scientists from Australia found the ancient Aboriginal memory techniques were more effective than the Greek Memory Palace method. Both methods can help anyone remember information. Continue reading Ancient Aboriginal Memory Technique Beats Greek Method in Study
Tombs from the Hyksos may reveal clues about people who had a profound influence on the world after their brief 100-year rule. Continue reading Did The Hyksos Influence the Alphabet, Exodus, and the Sphinx?
Shortly after the Golden Parade in Egypt, news of the discovery of the Golden City of Aten was released. Continue reading Discovery of Golden City of Aten May Shed Light on Pharaoh Akhenaten
The tree offers a window into a time when the Earth’s climate was a hothouse in the distant past. Continue reading Intact Ancient Petrified Tree Found Near ‘Father of Botany’s’ Hometown
Trump threatened to attack cultural sites. One of those sites is Persepolis, an ancient city possibly destroyed in revenge for an attack on ancient Athens. Continue reading One of the ancient sites that Trump threatened to destroy in Iran can teach us all about war crimes
Orville and Wilbur Wright lifted off the first successful airplane in 1903, the year of Kane Tanaka’s birth. Continue reading World’s oldest living person was born the year the Wright Brothers launched the first airplane
A woman with the familiar name of Ankh was found in a tomb with the earliest illustrated book for how to become a god in the afterlife. Continue reading 4,000-year-old Egyptian tomb of a woman named Ankh is unearthed
Tyler was the first Vice President to take over as President, and the first to face impeachment Continue reading Mind Blown: America’s 10th President Has Two Living Grandkids