Inside The Great Pyramid Of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza, the only survivor of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World, has always been clouded in mystery. For thousands of years, it has been defying anyone from learning its secrets.
Who build it? How did they build it? When did they build it? Why? And many more questions like that abounds. Read more.
Ancient Maps More Accurate Than Ours
Is it possible that there could have been a civilization before ours? A civilization of which we know very little? Read more.
The Armageddon Virus
A virus that can wipe out humanity, the so-called doomsday virus or Armageddon virus, has been the topic of many sci-fi thrillers. The question is how real is it? Or is it just that, science fiction, or are we living in the shadow of annihilation? Read more.
Nanotechnology Ancient and Modern
Occasionally, items from the remote past are discovered, quite well preserved, like the Damascans swords, iridescent Lycurgus cup and the 1991 discovery of tiny, coil-shaped artifacts from 300,000 years ago which could only be seen under an electron microscope that raises the question? Were our ancient ancestors nanotechnologists? And what can today’s scientists learn from such historic artifacts? Read more.
On Our Way To The Brave New World
In 1932 Aldous Huxley’s published a novel, Brave New World. At the time, he described what he thought the world might look like 608 years into the future. Now, 85 years since he peered into the crystal ball, let’s have a look at how much progress we have made towards Huxley’s Brave New World. Read more.
Evolution and Intelligent Design
Controversial topics? Certainly. It touches on our very being, our religion, and who we are. And as we know, more have died in the name of religion than of any other course in our known history. Nevertheless, I believe it is prudent to question, to speculate, and debate without having to go to war. We can agree to differ. Have you ever wondered? Read more.
“I woke up one morning thinking about wolves and realized that wolf packs function as families. Everyone has a role, and if you act within the parameters of your role, the whole pack succeeds, and when that falls apart, so does the pack.” – Jodi Picoult
“Perhaps most important for nomads was the belief in the symbiosis that existed between wolf and humans on the steppe. Wolves were an integral part of keeping the balance of nature, ensuring that plagues of rabbits and rodents didn’t break out, which in turn protected the all-important pasture for the nomads’ herds.” – Tim Cope
Voice Of The Dolphins
Dolphin brains developed two hemispheres just like ours, but with completely different wiring. We arrived at the same spot — we’re both air-breathing mammals with large brains and high intelligence — but along completely different itineraries…There’s more than one way to be smart here on planet Earth and theirs is much more ancient than ours. Read more.
The Plea Of The Innocent
When an innocent person is found guilty, an injustice has been committed and it is as Martin Luther King, Jr. said: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
According to the National Registry of Exoneration, as of February 4, 2014, 1,403 people have been exonerated in the United States since 1989. In the same period, the number of non-DNA exonerations rose from 34 in 2005, to 59 in 2012 and to 69 in 2013. Read more.