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Denisovan-Neanderthal Hybrid Found!

By Erica Robinson 4 months ago 1452 Views No comments

As reported this week by BBC, CNN, Nature, and a host of other major media outlets, bone fragments found in a cave in Russia have been genetically identified as belonging to a little girl who was half Neanderthal and half Denisovan.This new discovery only further confirms Andrew Collins' ground-breaking research in his latest book, The Cygnus Key.

Concrete poured at Gobekli Tepe!

By Bea Pimentel 9 months ago 4882 Views No comments

According to Archeology News Network careless work around the world’s oldest temple area reports the site is being irreparably damaged by concrete and heavy equipment. Photos and videos showing the construction stirred anger after being shared them on social media.

Ancient Ruins Discovered in Saudi Arabia Thanks to Google Earth

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 58900 Views No comments

For decades, archaeologists have used airplanes and aerial imagery to discover artifacts and ruins not visible from the ground. But this only worked where they were permitted to fly. Now, as reported by the New York Times, Coast to Coast AM, and many other sources, nearly 400 ancient stone "gates" have been discovered across Saudi Arabia -- all thanks to Google Earth.

5.7 million-year-old footprints challenge the "Out of Africa" theory

By Erica Robinson 1 years ago 1255 Views No comments

As noted in Nature, a set of human-like footprints were discovered on the Greek island of Crete and dated to 5.7 millions years ago, when early human ancestors were theoretically living only in Africa. Where did they come from?