Sunday, February 16, 2014

Interesting news and articles - February 16, 2014


Ancient baby DNA suggests tie to Native Americans

Drug References Found on Walls of Ancient Egyptian School

Prehistoric village found in downtown Miami


Kuzbass Yeti moves to Kazakhstan


Cicero was the funniest Roman, says Mary Beard

The Fascinating History of Eugenics --I'm not sure "fascinating" is the word I would use here.  "Sad" would probably be a more appropriate word.

900-Year-Old Coded Viking Message Carved on Wood Fragment Finally Solved, It Says “Kiss Me”

History's Mysteries

The Man in Black: Pennsylvania’s Flood Visitor

New Voynich manuscript clue surfaces

Shroud of Turin: Could Quake Explain Face of Jesus?

Initial DNA analysis of Paracas elongated skull released – with incredible results

The unexplained stone doll --A stone doll found where one might not have expected to find it.

The Hutchison Effect, The Mahabharata, and Acoustic Levitation


Acomb buzz remains a mystery

Window-Shaking ‘Boom’ Felt Across Okla. County Goes Unexplained

Meet the girl who cries STONES instead of tears baffling doctors and panicking villagers

SPECTRAL. Transdimensional City Appears in Russia --Just looks like a blur to me...a mirage or possibly even a camera artifact.  The article links to another example of a mysterious city appearing out of nowhere in China in a Daily Mail article here that really does look like a city though.  But it is most likely a mirage too...not a glimpse of an interdimensional city.

Psychic Phenomena

Why is National Geographic Lying About ESP?


Why Does This Indonesian Volcano Burn Bright Blue?

Forget the Big Bang theory – the universe 'THAWED' from a long, deep freeze, claims physicist --Right or wrong, I'm glad there's an academic thinking outside of the box instead of just trying to fit everything into the same theoretical box everyone else is using.

SeaOrbiter is the world's first non-stop research vessel hoping to find Atlantis --Although I think that Atlantis is actually Knossos and Akrotiri...I think this vessel is an excellent opportunity for future research and observation of other places and things.  I'd love to get a job working on this thing!


Mars ufo? --An interesting find, but probably just a meteor or comet or some kind of atmospheric phenomena.

Could Black Holes Give Birth to 'Planck Stars'?

Mysterious Energy Ribbon at Solar System's Edge a 'Cosmic Roadmap'


Argentina: UFO "Took Away The Jellyfish" from Monte Hermoso

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