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By Guest Author On Thursday, December 12th, 2019
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3 Unusual Places To Visit in Puglia, Italy

Puglia – or to give it its original Latin name, Apulia – is a fascinating region of Italy with many historic towns and cities. The region also has a number of truly unusual destinations to visit, three More...

By The Dispatch On Sunday, December 8th, 2019
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Evidence of Christianity found in Bahrain, pre-dates Islam

Mirage News reports that the first piece of archaeological evidence of Christianity existing in Bahrain has been discovered, supporting ancient manuscripts suggesting Christians lived there before Islam. The archaeological More...

By Brandon Jones On Friday, March 16th, 2018
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‘Invisible Killers’ highlights dangers of Influenza, Ebola, Smallpox: premieres on March 29

Viruses have shaped our health and our history, and, despite all the tools of modern medicine, they continue to kill millions of people every year. Influenza, smallpox, and Ebola are among the three most lethal More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, March 1st, 2018
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‘The Planets and Beyond’ season 2 with Former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino premieres to the Science Channel March 20

Former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino is back to serve as our tour guide through the universe in the new season of THE PLANETS AND BEYOND, debuting Tuesday, March 20th at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Science Channel. Each of More...

By Stephen Nevets On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016
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‘Justified’ star Walton Goggins cast as ‘Tomb Raider’ villain

The Tomb Raider reboot has settled on a villain to oppose the  young Lara Croft, played by Oscar winner Alicia Vikander with Justified star Walton Goggins. Variety broke the news as the new film will be from director Roar More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, October 25th, 2016
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Who Are the Lemurians of Mt. Shasta?

While there are cultures that have myths based on archaeological findings or oral traditions passed down through the centuries, sometimes we come up against a myth that simply surfaced in relatively modern times More...

By The Dispatch On Sunday, July 17th, 2016
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Brazilian capuchins have been using stone tools to crack nuts for 100s of years: Oxford researchers

New archaeological evidence suggests that Brazilian capuchins have been using stone tools to crack open cashew nuts for at least 700 years. Researchers say, to date, they have found the earliest archaeological examples More...

By deskofbrian On Monday, July 11th, 2011
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Israel archaeologists unearth Gath, home of Goliath and the Philistines, findings align with Bible

In southern Israel, news comes that archaeologists are piecing together the history of a people remembered chiefly as the villains in the Bible, the persecutors of their day, the Philistines. The city of Gath, More...


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