Egypt exposed the ancient tombs of Luxor

By | December 10th, 2017|

Egyptian archaeologists are artifacts, including mummies, from one of the two unknown burials in the Nile City of Luxor in Luxor. Muumion was formed about 3500 years ago from the Egyptian officers of the "new kingdom". Other objects are figures, wooden masks and colorful murals. This ancient tombs is located [...]

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The mysterious Egyptian Pharaoh is the longest known giant case

By | August 9th, 2017|

Sanakht, the ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the 4700-year-old dynasty, has long been an archaeologist and historian. When he took the right power in his death, and how precious his power was, he remained confused as his burial. Most of what is known about him comes from the missing son of [...]

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Lion mother leopard original children in Tanzania

By | July 14th, 2017|

Baby tiger can not change the place, but the lioness do not seem to forget. The pictures are beautiful is the first to have a wild lioness cub of another species provides - an event that is extremely rare. A couple of visits to Joop Van Der Linden, guests Ndutu [...]

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Hundreds Of Pilot Whales Stranded Off The Coast Of New Zealand

By | February 10th, 2017|

A desperate attempt to save dozens of pilot whales is still alive after hundreds of them stranded off the coast of New Zealand, the third largest mass base in the country's history. At least 250 400 dead whales were found stranded at Farewell Spit Golden Bay tip of South Island [...]

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Heathrow Airport In London Is One Of The Busiest Airports

By | January 26th, 2017|

Heathrow Airport in London is one of the busiest airports in the world so it's no wonder that when you look at the peak period of the morning you'll see a line around a herd of air waiting patiently for the beginning And fell on the track. This video TopFelya [...]

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Pollution In London Was Worse Than Beijing

By | January 26th, 2017|

The level of pollution in London was worse than Beijing's eyes this week. Air China's capital is known to be infected, but showed fine particles on Monday to focus on air readings of 197 micrograms per cubic meter of London, and 190 in Beijing. It is the first time that [...]

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Tim Peake Capsule Present the Science Museum in London

By | January 26th, 2017|

Tim Peake spacecraft and the International Space Station last year went to present the Science Museum in London. Russian museum capsule is an important part of British history in the region and I hope it will inspire the public. Soyuz TMA-19M has been modified, but still somewhat charred in reentry [...]

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Five Teams In The Race Of Moon Landing

By | January 25th, 2017|

Five teams compete to reach the moon, which is 2017 or more. Today, and the X Prize, Google has announced that only five of the 33 original teams that difficult, but important for the launch of the contract, which means that he mounted rockets that they send for the guarantee, [...]

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Man Drawing Is Viral On Social Media

By | January 25th, 2017|

With a little water, this doodled stick man seems to be living until he runs into chaos babblings. Believe it or not, the video is not reportedly a good camera job and animation skills. Instead, it looks like drawn on whiteboard markers and whiteboard markers. The pen may contain ink, [...]

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Archaeologists Uncover Heavy Stone Tongue After Years Of Death

By | January 24th, 2017|

serious injury appears to be the burial site of Roman Britain Northamptonshire come - only the language of a man who appears to have been cut down and replaced by a flat stone wedged in the mouth. The men were buried under, perhaps at the heart of fears that his [...]

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Tunguska Event Left The Influence (1908)

By | January 24th, 2017|

Tunguska Event in June 1908 and is one of the "engineer" century that 20 comes in fiction and in fact all the time, and considering what may be the cause, you really can not blame anyone for get him for inspiration. Nearly every top scientists concluded that a giant explosion [...]

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Archaeologists Discover New Evidences In Maya collapse

By | January 24th, 2017|

Use a set of radiocarbon dates from a Virtual Site found, archaeologists have historically-high precision and sheds new about the process that led to the collapse of two great ancient civilizations. Archaeologists long puzzled over what caused the collapse of the classic Maya is known as the ninth century, when [...]

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Unnatural Behavior Of Cloud in Southern California

By | January 23rd, 2017|

Southern California residents have been treated with this was seen as a cloud formation rarely made in heaven one day on Saturday. Rare atmospheric phenomenon that applies to fallstreak cloud formation or rib strange clouds. Experts say a cloud like a brush stroke or shot - although best beaches - [...]

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Mystique Is Now Solved Of Gold

By | January 23rd, 2017|

Gold glance is not the only reason for the item to be charming. For decades, scientists have puzzled over why the theoretical predictions of the property does not match with experiment. Now detailed calculations on the dispute, according to an article published in Physical Review Letters Jan. 13 To the [...]

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Bird Less Recognizable To Global Warming

By | January 23rd, 2017|

Sex may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think climate change. But the collared flycatcher, both appear to be related to the underlying order some. As the temperature rises, flycatchers man's forehead bright white spots' worth of signal sexual responsibility. Since 1980, Lars Gustafsson environment [...]

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HPV Virus Nearly Every 2nd US Men Has: Researcher

By | January 23rd, 2017|

If you have not been vaccinated against HPV genital infection (HPV), you can make an appointment with your doctor, because a new study found that up to 45 percent of American men may have a form of HPV. In men, HPV infection rarely have symptoms and clear on their own, [...]

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Fish Fixed In Ice After Popular Fox Image

By | January 20th, 2017|

fish in this photo seems as if they were frozen to death midjump. But what really happens is more complicated. And while it is easy to feel sorry for the fish is frozen in fear that something bad is wrong, you can take comfort in the fact that the death [...]

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Babies Memorize Birth Tongue – According To Researcher

By | January 18th, 2017|

Baby build proficiency heard the first months of life, the study showed. If you move in and forget your birthday, you can keep this secret, according to a study. Dutch children from South Korea had exceeded expectations in terms of training in Korea after his native language. Researchers say parents [...]

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