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How to change your mood: 8 scientific ways

These are the most scientific ways to improve your mood.

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4 scientific reasons why people gossip

Gossip is a casual or careless conversation or reports about others, often with unverified data.

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4 interesting scientific facts about habits

A routine of conduct that is routinely practiced and frequently happens unconsciously is referred to as a habit.

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Ancient World artifacts that look too complicated to be true

Some of the artifacts from the ancient world that appear to be too complicated to be real have been mystically…

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5 non-existent things that are scientifically possible

Scientists and science fiction authors have always considered the potential of something advanced that violates the laws of physics, biology,…

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What dark secret does the 1,800-year-old necropolis of Beit She’arim hold and why is it cursed?

A blood-red inscription in the form of a warning curse was recently discovered on the walls of a tomb that…

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Gibraltar: the last refuge of the Neanderthals

According to extinction studies that highlight geographical distinctions, Gibraltar was a " last refuge" for declining Neanderthal populations.

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Heracleion: is the underwater city really the Atlantis

Heracleion was an ancient Egyptian port city located near the Canopic Mouth of the Nile, about 32 km northeast of…

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Dighton Rock: what ancient mystery is hidden under strange petroglyphs that have taken three centuries to decipher?

The Dighton Rock is a 40-ton boulder from Berkley, Massachusetts' Taunton River. The rock is known for its ancient petroglyphs…

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Scientific mysteries that baffle humanity

Our world seems studied only at first glance. In fact, we are not entirely sure what is at the bottom…

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Ganjnameh inscriptions: what did the ancient Persian kings encrypt in two tablets on the rock

Ganjnameh is southwest of Hamadan, Iran, On Mount Alvand, at the height of 2000 meters. Two trilingual Achaemenid cuneiform inscriptions…

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The mystery surrounding the death of Seqenenre Tao has been revealed

During the 17th Dynasty of Egypt's Second Intermediate Period, Seqenenre Tao ruled over the last of the small kingdoms in…

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