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Month: December 2014

Karnak Temple Produces Fantastic Artifacts

One relic in particular was described to be a fantastic sculpture and was noted to be in pristine condition. That particular relic, is a statuette depicting the Egyptian god Ptha. The artifact portrayed the deity with the body of a lion, the facial features of a pharaoh and measured an astonishing 60 cm in height. The fantastic relic is

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You Are Never Too Young To Have A Heart Attack

We have all been informed of the numerous causes of heart attacks; high blood pressure and dangerous cholesterol levels, poor diet and lack of exercise, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking, but shocking new studies have revealed, that these well-known catalysts for heart attacks are only the tip of the iceberg. A new research study presents startling facts,

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‘Fear and Loathing’ in Early Pre-Colombian America

New studies reveal the modern people of Central America, still use the same drug treatments as their ancestors. These bizarre, fantastic and questionable substances may be shocking to some and obvious to others. In the rural regions of  Central America many modern communities lack the access and facilities to treat their medical ailments. In a reaction to this problem,

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Just Discovered: Strange 3,000 year old Sarcophagus of an Amun Priestess

In Egypt, a 3,000-year-old, strange and well-preserved sarcophagus, belonging to a female singer of Amun, was recently discovered by a team of Spanish archaeologists.  The mysterious,ancient coffin, consisting of carved wood and covered with plaster, is reported to be in excellent condition and still containing its original occupant. The outside of the burial casket was noted to have

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520-million year old Fossil of a Bizarre Balloon Like Animal Discovered in China

This recently discovered fossil is of an ancient marine animal, that lived 520 million years ago. The creature consisted of a rigid, balloon like exoskeleton that was covered in hard, sharp spines. The name of this strange Cambrian-era creature is Nidelric pugio and belongs to the species of life forms known as chancelloriids, which also shared the same hard

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Links Between Power-lines and Cancer Questioned by New Studies

How harmful are the weak magnetic fields that are generated from power-lines, mobile phones and other electrical devices and equipment? Researchers have been studying the connection between theses everyday electronics and necessities of human life, to cancer outbreaks, since the 1970’s. Earlier studies produced positive results linking the two subjects. The studies implied that the

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The Pirate Bay Goes Offline After Sweden Police Carried Out Raid

Millions of The Pirate Bay users must be cringing right now. The website is unavailable worldwide. Sweden police is said to have carried out a raid, seizing several servers and computers. For the first time in months, The Pirate Bay (TPB) website is offline. TPB has acquired thousands of users over time who would wind

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Scientists Find The Key To Stop Sugar Craving: A Protein Molecule

Scientists have suggested that humans have, over time, developed a certain fueled desire for sugar-rich foods since glucose is the main energy source feeding our brain cells. A new study has generated results that might have shed light on our inner desire for sugar, by indicating that an enzyme known as glucokinase triggers our cravings. Scientists

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Scientists Recreate The Spark That Started Life On Earth

Scientists have recreated the original “spark” that is believed to have created life on Earth. The scientists mixed a concoction of chemicals and mud, then blasted the substance with a high-powered laser beam. The result of this experiment was the basic chemicals that create life. Although the supporters of the experiment believe the results are

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Green Vegetables Are Made For Your Heart

Green vegetables that are rich in nitrate might be of the best foods that provide protection against heart disease, as well as associated ailments like obesity and diabetes. They are said to contain the chemical nitrate that triggers certain processes in the body, such as, dilating the blood vessels to ease blood flow. Green vegetables:

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Men and Women Vikings Colonized Together

New studies show that the Viking people were a ‘kinder and gentler’ horde of pillaging hooligans.  Recently, scientists smashed the old stereotype of Vikings being, a rough and tumble crowd of pirate nomads, who sailed the seas, only to create chaos and havoc where ever the wind carried them.Through a study of DNA analysis, derived

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How Red Wine Actually Causes Cancer and Also Destroys It

While the alcohol contained in red wine constitutes a risk factor for head and neck cancer, a chemical found in grape skins (and, in red wine) called resveratrol has been found to provide protection against cancer, according to the results of a recent study. Alcohol and cancer On studying a disease called Fanconi anaemia, scientists

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