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Pleiades - Australia, human origins

Out-of-Africa Yesterday, Australia Today and the Pleiades Tomorrow - Pleiadians and the Elders (Part 3)

If we accept Wilson is correct in identifying Homo erectus (which we do not fully subscribe to but for the sake of balance we will include) as half of the newly emerging Homo sapien sapiens...
Hobbits - Ancient Human Species

New Evidence Confirms ‘Hobbit’ was Ancient Human Species

In 2003, the remains of an early human species, Homo floresiensis, were discovered on the island of Flores in Indonesia and were dated to have lived between 95,000 and 17,000 years ago. Nicknamed ‘...
Hueyatlaco: Defying Darwin’s Theory

Hueyatlaco: Defying Darwin’s Theory

Hueyatlaco is an archaeological site in the Valsequillo area south of Puebla in Mexico. The site was buried under the ash of the La Malinche volcano and was excavated in the 1960s by archaeologist...
Pyrenean glass snails - human migration

Tracking Human Migrations through … snails

How is it possible for snails in Ireland to be genetically the same as snails in France? Well probably they didn’t travel thousands of miles including sea on their own. Scientists believe that this...
Scientists Discover Evolutionary Leap

Scientists Discover Evolutionary Leap 500 Million Years Ago

A team of scientists investigating the functions of the ancestors of genes has discovered two mutations that led to an evolutionary leap 500 million years ago. The latest study, published in the...
Humans Ate Neanderthals

Scientists Claim it is Unlikely Humans Ate Neanderthals

The sudden disappearance of the Neanderthals, the closest living relatives of modern humans, approximately 30,000 years ago has been perplexing archaeologists for decades. Explanations range from...
Mexico Cave Paintings

Archaeologists Discover Nearly 5,000 Cave Paintings in Mexico

Archaeologists in Mexico have found 4,926 cave paintings in north-east Mexico in Burgos providing new information about the presence of pre-Hispanic people in a region which was previously believed...
Large Neanderthal Settlement found in Greece, Mani

Large Neanderthal Settlement found in Greece

It was more than 100,000 years ago when this settlement in Mani, Southern Greece, was occupied by a large number of Neanderthals. The site is called Kalamakia Middle Paleolithic Cave. The site was...
Early Humans Hunting Spears

Early humans and the evolution of hunting skills

It is very common to take things for granted, however if we get into the habit asking ourselves the question ‘Why’ to things that we think we know, we will probably realize that we do not have the...
Ancient New Zealanders

Archaeologists Reveal Details about Lifestyle of First New Zealanders

A new study published in the international journal, PLOS ONE, has revealed new information about the diet, lifestyles and movements of the very first New Zealanders by analysing their bones and teeth...
Human Immortality - Avatars

Could Human Beings become Immortal by 2045?

Mankind’s fascination with immortality is reflected in scientific records, mythology and folklore dating back thousands of years. Could it be that the secret formula has finally been found? Russian...
Life Origins - Organisms like Archaea

Origin of Life, Do we have the Answer?

Researchers at the University of Georgia have embarked on an important discovery providing genetic hints regarding the life and history of specialized micro-organisms known as Archaea and...
Ancient Origins of Australia

Unravelling the Ancient Origins of Australia

Approximately 40,000 – 50,000 years ago, a group of ancient humans from Southeast Asia made the perilous journey to Australia and settled there, becoming the ancestors of Australia’s aboriginal...
Fashion Conscious Ancient Humans

Ancient Humans were Fashion Conscious

A new study of ancient jewellery found in a South African cave has revealed that our ancient ancestors were interested in fashion as far back as 75,000 years ago. A team of researchers led by...
Extinct Animals

Could we see a return of extinct early humans?

Scientists in Russia and South Korean have been working on bringing back extinct species such as the woolly mammoth by cloning their DNA. Could ancient humans be the next to return? The possibility...
Yeast research increase life span

Humans Could Live to be 800 Years Old

According to an announcement from PLoS Genetics, a team of Geneticists at the University of Southern California may have found a way to extend human life by 800 years and the dramatic discovery is...

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