So what’s been cracker-lacking this week in the world of discoveries and science. Let’s take a look… Continue reading
Jeepers Creepers, another Byzantine church has popped up since the one in Israel was found a few weeks ago. This time a church has been discovered in a Turkish Lake of all places. Continue reading
Archaeologists have discovered a 300,000 year old hearth which they believe was commonly used for fire and cooking. These results have caused a lot of controversy surrounding it, as it may challenge the ‘Out of Africa’ theory. Continue reading
Researchers analysing a 7,000 year old hunter-gatherers DNA revealed some astonishing results, with the appearance of ancient Europeans having dark skin, dark hair and blue eyes. This eye colour was initially thought to have evolved later at the beginning of the agricultural age some 5,000 years ago. Continue reading
A 4,000 year old ancient tablet written in cuneiform from Mesopotamia – modern day Iraq, describes a familiar story – Noah’s Ark. But there’s one difference in this tale, Noah’s Ark was round. Continue reading
Peers Cave is situated in the False Bay region in Cape Town, South Africa. Overlooking the suburbs of Noordhoek and Fish Hoek, the cave has been the home of some amazing discoveries. Continue reading
We’ve lately grown accustomed to sea monsters terrorising the high seas in flicks like Sharknado and Megalodon vs. Giant Octopus, so being desensitised to this is pretty natural. But a few hundred years ago, the word ‘Sea Monster’ would strike fear into the hearts of any sailor.