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The cave is real, and you can drive to it via a long dirt road from nearby Lovelock, Nevada, a small farming town that has grown amidst the moist soil of the Sink. The stories are real, too; all you need to do is Google for "red haired giants" and

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Generally, in the Aztec world, fine weapons were symbols of power and religious war. In the Nahuatl language of the Aztecs, the spear thrower was called 'atlatl' and was a symbol of warfare and magical power. Important Aztec gods were depicted ho

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk, By Mary Kekatos

When one thinks of ancient ruins, images of dilapidated monuments, half-standing columns and crumbling steps generally come to mind.

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LiDAR works by beaming a laser from a device, bouncing it off a surface and measuring how long it takes the light to return to a sensor in the device. It's widely used as a method for precisely measuring distance, conducting chemical analyses, and i

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https://www.yahoo.com, MOHAMED WAGDY

Egypt's Antiquities Ministry announced on Saturday the discovery of an ancient necropolis near the Nile Valley city of Minya, south of Cairo, the latest discovery in an area known to house ancient catacombs from the Pharaonic Late Period and the Ptol

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The only "true" religion is the religion of first hand experience. All religious systems are built on the mystical experiences of one individual or a handful of individuals sharing a religious experience. Gobekli Tepe is the oldest temple in the wo

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These include erect knotweed (not to be confused with its invasive cousin, Asian knotweed), goosefoot, little barley, marsh elder, and maygrass. We haven't simply lost a few plant strains: an entire cuisine with its own kinds of flavors and baked

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Tobesofkee is the Anglicization of the Creek words Topv-Sofke, which in contemporary English would mean "buffet - fancy grits." In the Oklahoma Muskogee-Creek dictionary, Topv (Topah) is defined as a "hospitality board." This type of outdoo

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Scandinavian mythology claims the Kraken swallowed up whales and devoured ships. It has been described as a huge version of an octopus or squid. Legends have even claimed the terrifying sea creature measured one-mile long. Although the Kraken was fir

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e. The village was part a dense concentration of Indigenous American settlements between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Tennessee River. Mankind has occupied the region at least since the Ice Age.

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