Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Egypt. New mummy reveal

Sunday night’s episode of Discovery’s “Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live” a team of Egyptian archaeologists and explorers did something that has never been done by opening a 2,500-year-old Egyptian mummy’s sarcophagus on live television.
A total of three mummies were uncovered during the two-hour event, including two high-priests and a female mummy whose sarcophagus identified her as a singer in the temple of the Egyptian God Thoth.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The Mystery New Island

 Island sprang up near Tonga three years ago, giving researchers a glimpse of how flora and fauna colonise it.
Nasa scientists have landed for the first time on one of the world’s newest islands and discovered the three-year-old land mass is now covered in a sticky, mysterious mud, as well as vegetation and bird life.
The volcanic island sprang up in the ocean surrounding Tonga three years ago, one of only three new islands to emerge in the last 150 years that have survived more than a few months.

Monday, January 21, 2019

Brien Foerster new video! Ancient Megalithic Sites Near Cusco Peru That You Likely Have Never Hear...

Ancient Greek city comes up for sale in Turkey...

A 2,500-year-old city in modern-day Turkey has gone up for sale in an effort to protect it from treasure hunters and decay, it's been reported.
 The city ancient Greek city of Bargylia is near the Aegean resort of Bodrum, and its owners are advertising the site with a 35m lira ($8.3m; £6.1m) price tag, Turkey's Hurriyet newspaper reports.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

25 Ancient Greek Cities that No Longer Exist or Are No Longer Greek

Ancient Greece in Italy

China releases panoramic photos of Moon’s far side (video)

China’s space agency has released panoramic photographs taken on the lunar surface by the country’s Chang’e 4 probe – the first manmade craft to land on the mysterious far side of the Moon.

The stunning 360-degree panoramic photos, taken by a camera mounted on the top of the lunar lander, were relayed to the China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Thursday.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Aliens Mysterious Radio Signals from a Distant Galaxy!

First discovered in 2007, the pulsating flashes of radio waves known as fast radio bursts (FRBs) last just a few milliseconds and have unknown origins.
 The mysterious FRBs certainly originate far from the Milky Way, but researchers still have no idea what causes them. Only around 60 of these extragalactic bursts have been detected and only one actually repeated—until now.