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Amazing Facts about Historical Man Made Tools

Amazing Facts about Historical Man Made Tools    

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Digital artist creates epic timelapse of a cyborg kiss

Digital artist creates epic timelapse of a cyborg kiss.  His name is Android Jones and he just posted one of the most amazing demonstrations oftimelapse art you’ll ever see on YouTube. “Electric Love Hyper Lapse,” as seen in the video above, is a four-minute ride through Jones’ imagination, powered by software and an amazingly surrealistic […]

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A Very Rare Monastery Seal From Crusades-Era Found in Jerusalem

A Very Rare Monastery Seal From Crusades-Era Found in Jerusalem. An 800-year-old lead seal that dates back to the Crusades was found in a Byzantine-era farmstead in Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday. The governmental body, which aims to preserve the integrity of historical sites, said the seal is “an extraordinarily rare find, because no such seal has […]

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The mysterious dancing epidemic of 1518

The mysterious dancing epidemic of 1518.In their free time, some scientists and doctors like to try to figure out causes of medically-related historical events. For example, the authors of this study investigate what may have caused the crazy dancing “epidemic” of 1518 in Strasbourg: “Some time in mid-July 1518 a lone woman stepped into one […]

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Oldest ever human DNA found in Spain, raises new questions about evolution

Oldest ever human DNA found in Spain, raises new questions about evolution. A fossil discovered in a Spanish cave has given researchers the oldest human DNA found to date. According to The New York Times, the DNA comes from a femur bone and is believed to be around 400,000 years old. But while it’s helping to shed light […]

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2 Americans, German win 2013 Nobel price for medicine

2 Americans, German win 2013 Nobel price for medicine. Two Americans, James Rothman and Randy Schekman, and Germany’s Thomas Sudhof won the 2013 Nobel prize for medicine or physiology for research into how the cell organises its transport system, the award-giving body said on Monday.”Through their discoveries, Rothman, Schekman and Sudhof have revealed the exquisitely precise control […]

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