Wednesday, March 29, 2017

How Did She Do It? Cynisca, a Spartan Princess Who Won the Ancient Olympic...

Since the beginning of time, women have liked to surprise men with their extraordinary power, strength, and skills. Few are shocked by female...

Ancient Chinese used diamond tools THOUSANDS of years before previously thought

The ancient Chinese were the first to use diamonds as tools. Experts have made a discovery which suggests...

The International Space Station films the Black Knight Satellite in orbit

A video captured by the cameras aboard the International Space Station (EIS) could finally...

ISS Cam Catches Glimpse Of Black Knight Satellite Watching Us

The Space Station responsible for a lot of orbital UFO sightings has done it again! This...

This Is Why Snow Makes Those Patterns On Your Car's Hood

Since a lot of the country is about to be pummeled by snow and possibly die from overexposure to milk and bread, I...

The CIA secret weapon WikiLeaks DIDN'T reveal: 'A time machine it got from the...

Following last week's bombshell claims by WikilLeaks that the CIA has the tools to hack into smartphones and even TVs, to listen into...

The Cochno Stone: A MASSIVE 5,000-year-old cosmic map?

Ludovic Mann (right) analyzed the symbols with an assistant in the 1930’s. The 5,000-year-old ‘Cochno...

Naval Officer Tells Us EXACTLY What He Saw Hidden In Antarctica

A naval officer tells us what he remembers, including seeing a huge opening in...

Perfected Designs 1000 Years Ago? The Mastermyr Chest and the Timelessness of Everyday Tools

In archaeology, the most enduring and ubiquitous artifacts are often everyday items such as pots and simple tools. These items also tend to...
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