Did the Minoans understand the Archimedes’ spiral more than 1,000 years before him? A geometrical figure commonly attributed to Archimedes in 300 BC has been identified in Minoan wall paintings dated to over 1,000 years earlier.
German scientists have deciphered the most spectacular archaeological discovery in recent years, proving that the mysterious “sky disc of Nebra” was used as an advanced astronomical clock.
Scientists have discovered a huge crater in the Saharan desert, the largest one ever found there.
Scientists in energy-poor Japan said they have found a new source of gasoline — cattle dung.
A new mystery has recently been uncovered on the 30 degrees Northern Latitude, following upon other great mysteries such as the pyramids, Noah’s ark and the Bermuda Triangle.
So you’re looking for the latest in faster-than-light interstellar travel via traversable wormholes? That’s one theme among many discussed at Space Technology & Applications International Forum.
Researchers are looking for clues to the phenomenon of bending space and time and asking, if a virtual opening to hyperspace provides the signature of intelligent life beyond our Universe?
A 1971 British newspaper article was one of the first to suggest Jesus married and had children.
There is a small bottle containing a red fluid on a shelf in Sheffield University’s microbiology laboratory. The liquid looks cloudy and uninteresting. Yet, if one group of scientists is correct, the phial contains the first samples of extraterrestrial life isolated by researchers.
Sun-spawned cosmic storms that can play havoc with earthly power grids and orbiting satellites could be 50 percent stronger in the next 11-year solar cycle than in the last one, scientists say.
Many experts say the wide-spread epidemic of mental health problems in the US is man-made.
Stone tools found at one of Britain’s most important early prehistoric sites could date back a quarter of a million years, archaeologists claim.