November 2016

Partner-Project: Research “Object M” in Estonia

17 Nov , 2016 Partners

Our Partner Lars A. Fischinger is researching the mysterious “Object M”, an anomalous object or even an UFO which is hidden beneath the ground in Estonia. Some time ago, he was finaly able to get a copy of the original research documents. The documents are written in cyrillic script and the translation is difficult. He’ […]

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Excavating ancient Shiva temples which are buried under sand

13 Nov , 2016 Sites

MADURAI: The Ramanathapuram Archaeological and Historical Conservation Centre has stumbled upon traces of two ancient Shiva temples buried under sand in Naripaiyur sea shore in Ramanathapuram district, members of the centre said. They believe that unearthing them will bring out rich information on trade and governance of the Pandya era and urged the Tamil Nadu […]

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On the trail of the Balangoda human

2 Nov , 2016 Artefacts,Sites

Historians will await with bated breath for the latest findings about Sri Lanka’s pre-historic society that add to the archeological evidence of a civilisation long pre-existing the arrival of the mythical Prince Vijaya. The excavations of archaeologist Prof.Raj Somadeva, on the trail of Balangoda human (Homosapiens balangodensis – the skeletal evidence of anatomically modern homosapiens […]

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Catalog of known near-Earth asteroids tops 15,000

2 Nov , 2016 Space

The number of discovered near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) now tops 15,000, with an average of 30 new discoveries added each week. The number of discovered near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) now tops 15,000, with an average of 30 new discoveries added each week. This milestone marks a 50 percent increase in the number of known NEAs since 2013, […]

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Ancient Earthworks of Ukraine May Be the Biggest Solar Observatory in the World

1 Nov , 2016 Sites

More than thirty man-made hills with different forms were located in an area of about twenty square kilometers. And the hills are not scattered randomly. They are organized by mathematical proportions and create the sacred geometry of Bezvodovka. Ancient astronomers could use the observatory, not only as a solar calendar and for holding associated religious […]

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