The Mysterious Russian Stonehenge

On March 8, 2014 by Tim Newman

These mysterious stones are found on the Mountain (Gornaya) Shoria in the Kemerov region of Russia. At first they just look like lumps of naturally placed stone, but when investigated a little closer they...

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Did The Amazon Basin House A Huge Society?

On August 18, 2013 by Tim Newman

Archaeologists have long believed that the Amazon basin was too harsh an environment to house any kind of perpetual society. With poor soil quality and numerous hazards, they thought only small bands of...

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Gateway To Hell Found In Turkey

On April 4, 2013 by Tim Newman

Here’s a nice bit of archaeology to start your day, and it’s fairly sinister, too. A portal called “Pluto’s Gate” — Ploutonion in Greek, Plutonium in Latin — has been found by a group...

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Rampion Off Shore Wind Farm: Sussex

On April 24, 2012 by Tim Newman

I am privileged enough to be able to see the Sussex seaside from my bedroom window, it’s about a mile away, but it still counts as a sea view. I congratulate myself every...

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