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  • A spectacular new discovery from an ongoing excavation at the Teotihuacan’s Pyramid of the Moon is revealing a grisly sacrificial burial.
  • A group of Danish scientists is pondering the authenticity of a 600-year-old Viking map.
  • A prominent Indonesian paleoanthropologist has stolen the remains of Homo floresiensis and refuses to allow the scientists who discovered the remains to study them.
  • The discovery of the garments worn by an ancient ice maiden unlocks some surprises.
  • An Egyptian archaeological team has discovered a group of 20 gold-coated mummies in the country’s western desert. No mention Of Zahi? Heads will roll.
  • Iranian women are not even allowed to watch men compete on the soccer field today, but a 2,000-years ago an Iranian woman was carving the boys to pieces on the battlefield.
  • Hasn’t it been more than three weeks since we discovered Atlantis off Cypress? Atlantis has now been found in Tampa Bay, Florida. An on-line book is available that explains it all.
  • A Greek doctor has come up with a new theory to explain the mysterious death of the ancient world conqueror Alexander the Great.
  • Despite the $21.3-billion Food-for-Oil scam that was supposed to feed hungry Iraqi children, the United States is supporting Kofi Annan.
  • A floral foul-up has left a city street lined with swastika shapes in a week of major Jewish celebrations.
  • A Science Magazine essay claiming there is a ‘scientific consensus’ about human-caused ‘global warming‘ is ridiculed. Great example of poor science, but this subject seems to attract poor science. Meanwhile, Tony Blair is trying to involve the United States in a new international treaty on global warming.
  • Ancient ocean tides once spread massive icebergs from about 60,000- to 10,000-years ago. Did they make SUVs 60,000-years ago?
  • Crows as clever as Great Apes. Meanwhile, monkeys in the Brazilian forest use stones to help them forage for food on an almost daily basis.
  • Researchers has found what may be the evolutionary basis for impulsive behavior.
  • The drug lords get it. Colombian GM cocaine have yields eight times higher than normal coca plants.
  • Why men are attracted to subordinate women.
  • It’s Official: Hanks Cast In ‘Da Vinci Code’.
  • The chicken has joined the growing group of animals whose genome has been sequenced.
  • An Italian school’s substitution of a Nativity play with Little Red Riding Hood so as not to offend Muslim children has raised the ire of the Vatican. In other Xmas news, Santa Claus brought an unusual gift for some Rio schoolchildren this holiday season — a bag of marijuana.
  • Sorry Kat, not much help here for you, Bill Clinton or Billy the Kid. Left-handers remain a mystery to science.
  • If you are the victim of a burglary in the UK be passive, cooperative, and do nothing. In Texas, one should choose hollow point cartridges of sufficient caliber to avoid a big mess.
  • Iran lays claim to world’s oldest backgammon set. Double.
  • Low-pitched rumbles from deep under California’s San Andreas fault may offer a way to predict future earthquakes.
  • A British philosophy professor who has been a leading champion of atheism for more than a half-century now believes in God.
  • Deep within China near the ancient capitol of Xi’an lies a series of pyramid mounds virtually unknown outside the country.
  • Interested in what was really going on in Roswell in 1947? Peculiar Phenomena, V-2 Rockets – and UFOB Retaliation from Linda Moulton Howe. Part I and Part II.
  • Were angels photographed over the capital of the United States? With pic.
  • It is time to reconsider an invasion by hitchhiking monsters from outer space.
  • It’s not too late to join an expedition to determine if there is a Arctic opening to a hollow Earth. You’re not busy anyway.
  • Is Ol’ Sol a sun that attracts and captures alien worlds and files them beyond Neptune?
  • Pravda complains that a Russian invented the space elevator concept and he is being ripped-off.
  • Researchers claim that listening for signals from ET is futile. Send SETI to the scrap pile?
  • Mars was wet, but was it inhabited?

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