In Textbook Story of How Humans Populated America is Biologically Unviable, Study Finds, recently published in Ancient Origins, it was noted that DNA studies indicate that people could not have crossed the Beringia land bridge to enter the Americas 13,000 years ago because the entry route was biologically unviable.
On June 27 in 1969, workmen cutting into a rock shelf situated on the Broadway Extension of 122nd Street, between Edmond & Oklahoma City, found an inlaid tile floor 3 ft below the surface, and covering several thousand square ft. A form of mortar was found between the tiles. IT WAS DATED AT OVER 200,000 YEARS OLD! Still believe that we've only be here 250,000 years? REALLY??
The Tragic Tale of the Clawfoot People of Zoar Valley Zoar Valley is a small area near Gowanda, New York. Its history has long been associated with tales of the strange and bizarre. Perhaps the strangest tale of all t
She's aged well: Face of incredibly preserved 700-year-old mummy found by chance by Chinese road workers
The preserved body of a 700 year old Ming Dynasty female, discovered on 1 Mar 2011 in Taizhou, Jiangsu, was rigid, her skin intact, her facial features, hair, eyelashes, etc. all clearly discernible, with her body measuring around meters long.
Mysterious underground tunnels found on all continents... The oldest tunnels, whose age is estimated at about one million years old, found in 1965 by Argentine Juan ethnologist Maurice. In Ecuador, in the province of Morona-Santiago, his expedition explored and mapped the system of tunnels, mostly rectangular, lies at a depth of 230 meters. Their smooth walls seem polished.
Here we present a rare image of a Taos Indian Brave. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a Head-and-shoulders portrait of the man facing slightly right.The man has several feathers in his hair
The 'Big Six" were the most prominent civil rights leaders of the 1960's and were the organizers of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. They were: James Farmer (CORE), Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (SCLC), John Lewis (SNCC), A. Philip Randolph (Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters), Roy Wilkins (NAACP), and Whitney Young (National Urban League). Lewis, who was 23 at the time of the march,, is the only one of the six still living.