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See the striking facial reconstruction of a Paleolithic woman who lived 31,000 years ago
See the striking facial reconstruction of a Paleolithic woman who lived 31,000 years ago
The remains were previously thought to be male.— Live Science

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 US Air Force pilots capture incredible snaps of light blazes caused by SpaceX firm
US Air Force pilots capture incredible snaps of light blazes caused by SpaceX firm
A bloom of light blazes over the Atlantic — sparking rumors of a UFO.— U.S. Sun
World's largest bobblehead unveiled in Pennsylvania
World's largest bobblehead unveiled in Pennsylvania
The bobblehead figure, outside a Pennsylvania-based store chain, measures 16 feet, 6.73 inches high.— UPI
The Hidden History of Zanzibar’s Stone Town
The Hidden History of Zanzibar’s Stone Town
The settlement is centuries older than historians once believed.— Atlas Obscura
Indian Man Has Been Keeping His Right Arm Raised for Over a Decade
Indian Man Has Been Keeping His Right Arm Raised for Over a Decade
A ‘sadhu’ monk has been holding his arm in an upward position continuously in honor of his god.— Oddity Central
Flying Saucer Appears On U.S. Aviation Intelligence Office Logo
Flying Saucer Appears On U.S. Aviation Intelligence Office Logo
An official flying saucer-adorned aviation intelligence unit logo has appeared drawing significant interest and speculation online.— The Drive
What NASA’s Crash Into an Asteroid Looks Like
What NASA’s Crash Into an Asteroid Looks Like
Astronomers on Earth captured the DART mission’s successful strike on Dimorphos.— New York Times
Did druids build Stonehenge?
Did druids build Stonehenge?
After all, modern druids gather at Stonehenge on the solstices.— Live Science
Wild Thermal Camouflage Jacket Could Be Key Part of an Invisibility Cloak
Wild Thermal Camouflage Jacket Could Be Key Part of an Invisibility Cloak
An invisibility cloak shouldn't just hide a person from the human eye; it should also shield the wearer from detection using thermal imaging.— Motherboard
Two Hundred Years Ago, the Rosetta Stone Unlocked the Secrets of Ancient Egypt
Two Hundred Years Ago, the Rosetta Stone Unlocked the Secrets of Ancient Egypt
French scholar Jean-François Champollion announced his decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphs on September 27, 1822.— Smithsonian Magazine
Alien-Hunting Astronomer Says There May Be a Second Interstellar Object on Earth in New Study
Alien-Hunting Astronomer Says There May Be a Second Interstellar Object on Earth in New Study
A pair of researchers have presented evidence of a second object that could have originated beyond the solar system.— Motherboard
Has The Zodiac Killer Mystery Been Solved (Again)?
Has The Zodiac Killer Mystery Been Solved (Again)?
An L.A. novelist-turned-amateur sleuth may have finally cracked the case.— Los Angeles Magazine
Why Are American Airlines Flights Being Haunted by Bizarre Groaning Noises?
Why Are American Airlines Flights Being Haunted by Bizarre Groaning Noises?
Strange grumblings were heard over the plane's loudspeakers.— Gizmodo
Four sisters with a combined age of 389 years earn Guinness World Record
Four sisters with a combined age of 389 years earn Guinness World Record
Arlowene Johnson Overskei, 101; Marcene Johnson Scully, 99; Doris Johnson Gaudineer, 96; and Jewell Johnson Beck, 93, were awarded the Guinness title.— UPI
Here Comes the October Surprise
Here Comes the October Surprise
The next momentous Congressionally-mandated UAP report is due on Halloween this year — October 31, 2022, writes Bryce Zabel.— The Debrief
Resurfaced History Channel clip shows 'alien' in man's bedroom
Resurfaced History Channel clip shows 'alien' in man's bedroom
Who or what is this unexplained visitor?— Unexplained Mysteries
Strange Creatures That I Suspect are Dangerous Tulpas and Thought-Forms
Strange Creatures That I Suspect are Dangerous Tulpas and Thought-Forms
Keep away from all of these Tulpas!— Mysterious Universe
Ancient Aphrodisiacal and ‘Cure-All’ Plant Rediscovered!
Ancient Aphrodisiacal and ‘Cure-All’ Plant Rediscovered!
The last stalk of silphion was believed to have gone extinct almost 2000 years ago— Ancient Origins
Scientists say it will be impossible to control superintelligent AI
Scientists say it will be impossible to control superintelligent AI
The idea of ​​overthrowing humanity with artificial intelligence has been discussed for decades, and in 2021 scientists delivered their verdict.— Anomalien
Some Researchers Are Looking for Bigfoot—Just Don’t Tell Anyone
Some Researchers Are Looking for Bigfoot—Just Don’t Tell Anyone
Enthusiasts from academics to Zumba instructors are dipping their toes into the Bigfoot world.— Wall Street Journal
Woman heard 'fairy' laughter while lost in the woods in Ireland
Woman heard 'fairy' laughter while lost in the woods in Ireland
What started out as a relaxing woodland stroll soon turned into a terrifying ordeal for one woman from Meath, Ireland.— Unexplained Mysteries
Study Finds Patients Wearing VR Headsets Need Less Anesthetic
Study Finds Patients Wearing VR Headsets Need Less Anesthetic
Immersive virtual reality (VR) headsets may reduce the amount of anesthetic that patients need during a procedure, a study has found.— PetaPixel
NASA's Dart probe to smash into asteroid in first Earth defense test
NASA's Dart probe to smash into asteroid in first Earth defense test
Aim is to see whether space rocks can be deflected should one threaten humans with same fate as dinosaurs.— The Guardian
World's first cloned Artic wolf is born in China
World's first cloned Artic wolf is born in China
Pup named Maya was created using a donor cell from another of its kind and an embryo that was implanted in the womb of a beagle.— Daily Mail
Why science suddenly has a lot to say about UFOs and UAP
Why science suddenly has a lot to say about UFOs and UAP
The interest in Unidentified Aerial Phenomena has spread beyond the general public and into the scientific community.— Big Think
US Congressman Claims Govt. Has Alien Tech & Some UFOs Are Reverse-Engineered
US Congressman Claims Govt. Has Alien Tech & Some UFOs Are Reverse-Engineered
He claims that many sightings are made on military installations or over restricted airspace.— How & Whys
The Unsolved Murder Mystery That Helped Start America’s True Crime Obsession
The Unsolved Murder Mystery That Helped Start America’s True Crime Obsession
It was one of the most public and closely followed cases of the time.— Vintage News
Ancient Dreamtime Myths Unraveled in Australian Rock Shelter Art
Ancient Dreamtime Myths Unraveled in Australian Rock Shelter Art
This artistic blend of astronomy, mythology and the Dreamtime is like no other on Earth.— Ancient Origins
The man who filmed the giant on the mountain died under mysterious circumstances
The man who filmed the giant on the mountain died under mysterious circumstances
First, he was stalked, then he made an embarrassing admission that his video was a hoax, and then Dawson died.— Anomalien
China Announces Plan for Hybrid Fission-Fusion Power Facility
China Announces Plan for Hybrid Fission-Fusion Power Facility
An eyebrow-raising claim, considering the decades of research and billions of dollars that have already been poured into doing just that.— Futurism

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Space Exploration / Health Supplements
Space Exploration / Health Supplements
Educator and host Dr. David Livingston discussed recent developments in space exploration and development. Followed by Earl Mindell, RPh, PhD with tips on nutrition and supplements.
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