Lack of phosphorus in Universe reduces chances for extraterrestrial life

When exploring the cosmos for signs of life, astronomers usually look for the presence and concentration of chemical elements such…

Read More

The mystery of the death of the ship “Ourang-Medan”

There were no signs of violence or injuries. After smelling the smoke, the rescuers left the ship, and a few…

Read More

Worst floods in history

Whole cities can be wiped off the face of the earth by floods, killing tens of thousands, if not hundreds…

Read More

Seth: most mysterious Egyptian god with head of an extraterrestrial animal

At first glance, the appearance of the ancient Egyptian gods seems rather simple and unsophisticated: they were anthropomorphic half-human half-animals.

Read More

The mystery of the origin of the Sphinx

The Sphinx is a horrible mythical creature with the face of a man, the body of a lion and an…

Read More

The little people of the Pryor mountains

Legends of creatures of small stature living in caves or mountains have existed in various cultures. Native Americans were convinced…

Read More

Thinis – the first capital of ancient Egypt

During the period of Thinitus, from 3100 to 2700 BC, the capital of Ancient Egypt was Thinis (in ancient Egyptian…

Read More

Secrets of Ancient Egyptian statues

The lack of the high-precision equipment with which numerous ancient Egyptian artifacts could be created and absence of traces of…

Read More

Ancient lenses: Did advanced optics exist in ancient times?

Why have archaeologists not noticed optical lenses – thin instruments made of various materials that already prove the existence of…

Read More

Toubou tribe: endurance champions in Africa

At the junction of three states – Libya, Niger, and Chad, in the heart of the Sahara Desert lives the…

Read More

Why did ancient Egyptians have almost no cancer?

Scientists have examined hundreds of mummies in an unsuccessful attempt to find traces of malignant tumors; they concluded: that cancer…

Read More

Do Egyptians live in Scottish Neolithic village of Skara Brae?

The strongest storm that hit the west coast of the island of Mainland in 1850 led not only to a…

Read More
Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker

Refresh Page