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They came from Mars, not in peace, but in pieces.

Scientists are confirming that 15 pounds of rock collected recently in Morocco fell to Earth from Mars during a meteorite shower last July.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 789 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 18.01.2012 | Comments(0)

Cemeteries in ancient Pompeii were "mixed-use developments" with a variety of purposes that included serving as an appropriate site to toss out the trash.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 775 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 16.01.2012 | Comments(0)

Two teams of Michigan State University researchers -- one working at a medieval burial site in Albania, the other at a DNA lab in East Lansing -- have shown how modern science can unlock the mysteries of the past.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 763 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 12.01.2012 | Comments(0)

Some scholars say early versions of the Bible featured Asherah, a powerful fertility goddess who may have been God’s wife.

Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 770 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 25.12.2011 | Comments(0)

A century after Machu Picchu's rediscovery, ancient Mayan and Moche sites are being ransacked for tourist baubles.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 815 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 25.12.2011 | Comments(0)

Satellite imagery has uncovered new evidence of a lost civilisation of the Sahara in Libya's south-western desert wastes that will help re-write the history of the country. The fall of Gaddafi has opened the way for archaeologists to explore the country's pre-Islamic heritage, so long ignored under his regime.

Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 824 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 12.11.2011 | Comments(0)

An ancient Egyptian mummy has had quite an afterlife, traveling more than 6,000 miles, spending six decades in private hands, and finally, in 1989, finding a home at the World Heritage Museum (now the Spurlock Museum) at the University of Illinois. The mummy's travels did not end there, however. It has made two trips to a local hospital -- once in 1990 and again this year -- for some not-so-routine medical exams.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 820 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 04.11.2011 | Comments(0)

An international team of researchers has used ancient DNA to produce compelling evidence that the lack of genetic diversity in modern stallions is the result of the domestication process.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 876 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 24.08.2011 | Comments(0)

Olympia, site of the famous Temple of Zeus and original venue of the Olympic Games in ancient Greece, was presumably destroyed by repeated tsunamis that travelled considerable distances inland, and not by earthquake and river floods as has been assumed to date.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 709 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 17.07.2011 | Comments(0)

A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 1051 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 30.06.2011 | Comments(0)

As related in Laurence Gardner's book, Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, scientific attention has recently been directed towards an exotic form of elemental matter not shown in the Periodic Table of Elements.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 711 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 25.06.2011 | Comments(0)

Get ready to go diving without the scuba equipment: New maps on Google Earth will allow virtual explorers to view parts of the deep ocean floors in far greater detail than ever before.
The bottoms of Earth's oceans contain dramatic landscapes - volcanic ridges, lofty peaks, wide plains and deep valleys—but most areas remain mapped in less detail than the surfaces of the moon and Mars. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration estimates that 99 percent of the seafloor remains unexplored.

Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 910 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 22.06.2011 | Comments(0)

The VLT Survey Telescope (VST), the latest addition to ESO’s Paranal Observatory, has made its first release of impressive images of the southern sky. The VST is a state-of-the-art 2.6-metre telescope, with the huge 268-megapixel camera OmegaCAM at its heart, which is designed to map the sky both quickly and with very fine image quality. It is a visible-light telescope that perfectly complements ESO’s VISTA infrared survey telescope. New images of the Omega Nebula and the globular cluster Omega Centauri demonstrate the VST’s power.

Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 776 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 22.06.2011 | Comments(0)

These huge spherical UFO's started appearing around January 18, 2010. They are on both the forward and rear images taken by NASA's Stereo Spacecraft in space. They appear to be moving as they are in different positions on many photos. Remember these are huge possibly at least the size of Earth. Further, if they were planets or some type of huge asteroid comets, they would already have been pulled into the sun by the strong gravity the sun produces as in the case of the recent comet.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 817 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 22.06.2011 | Comments(0)

Stonehenge is being scanned using modern laser technology to search for hidden clues about how and why it was built.
Category: SCIENCE NEWS | Views: 895 | Added by: GeoLines | Date: 04.06.2011 | Comments(0)

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