Turkish Settlement From 11,000-Years-Ago Built Both Karahantepe, Gobekli Tepe; Archaeologists Says Findings Show Similarities in Ancient Culture
The Karahantepe discovery in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa in Turkey settlement is from 11,000 years ago. Showcased in the ancient remnants are artisan skills demonstrated by designs seen there.
Fauci Draws Criticism After Suggesting It's 'Too Soon to Tell' if Christmas Gatherings Would Be Allowed Amid Entry of New Anti-Viral Drug
The top infectious disease expert in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, continues to receive widespread criticism, the latest after his claims that Christmas gatherings could potentially not be allowed. The situation comes as the COVID-19 cases spike up.
Research Indicates Vitamin D Helps Deal With COVID-19 As Alternative To Prevent Infection and Disease
New research indicates vitamin D helps cope with COVID-19 as an alternative to keep away from getting infected. Sham preventives often dupe many individuals who have a natural and no-cost option.
Vaccine Mandate: New York County's Chief Medical Examiner Refuses To Get COVID-19 Vaccine; Human Bodies Subject of Autopsies Relocated To Another Hospital
After its chief medical examiner allegedly declined to get vaccinated against COVID-19, a New York county is moving autopsies to another hospital.
The 4,000 Year-Old Bull Geoglyph in Russia Outdates Other Ancient Monuments by Several Thousand Millennia Causes A Stir Among Scientists
A 4,000-year-old bull geoglyph in Russia, Siberia, threatens to upturn the recent prehistory of civilization compared to Nazca Lines in Peru and White Horse monuments in England.
Vaccine Mandates Boost Inoculation Rates Amid Opposition, Requests for Bans
A group of New York City public school teachers have been denied their request of a ban to the region's vaccine mandate. The requirement has been shown to significantly boost inoculation rates across the nation despite growing opposition from healthcare workers and other staff.
Nazi Doctor Called ‘The Angel of Death’ Saves Death Camp Inmates from Gas Chamber Executions To Become Lab Subjects
The Nazi Doctor Called 'The Angel of Death', Josef Mengele, worked in death camps. During this time, he was busy conducting biological experiments on inmates specifically chosen for his studies.
Transdermal Microneedle Patch Improves Immune Responses Now an Option for COVID-19 Vaccine Instead of Inoculation Using Needles
Researchers have developed a new delivery system for therapies, a tiny vaccine patch that improves immune responses instead of injections with needles. One reason for not getting a shot is a fear of needles. This new technology will avoid that.
Jawbone Discovered in Sulawesi Dated to 25,000-Years Ago Might Point to Ancient Human Ancestors From Australia and Asia
Scientists say a jawbone discovered in Sulawesi dated to 25,000 years ago should show how humans spread out in this period. Not much is known about this ancient forbear, but finding a remnant might highlight directions to take from here.
NASA Refuses To Rename Its $10 Billion Technological Marvel; The James Webb Telescope Launches In December
NASA decided to still retain the name of its newest telescope, the James Webb Telescope despite an ongoing controversy.
Washington State Faces Uncertainty Over the Future of COVID-19 Pandemic Despite Data Showing Hospitalization, Case Rates Declining
The Washington state faces fears due to the COVID-19 pandemic even though the case and hospitalization rates have declined.
Chinese Defector Charges Beijing Guilty of Inhuman Bio-weaponizing Experiments on Unwilling Test Subjects
A Chinese defector to the West has revealed the Beijing has been violating the rights of many. They use these prisoners in inhuman bio-weaponizing experiments that are researched by the PLA.
Riverboat Abner O’Neal Shipwreck Exposed After Submergence in Missouri River More Than 130 Years Ago
Lying where it last rested, the remains of riverboat Abner O'Neal were seen after being shipwrecked 130 years ago. Though not much is left of the old steamer, the drought exposed its outline with a two-foot drop in river water level.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Detects Deadly Rabbit Disease For The First Time; What Is RHDV2?
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources detected the first two cases of rabbit disease in the state earlier this month.
Arkansas Governor Allows State’s Public Health Emergency For COVID-19 to End; Clarifies That the State Still Feels the Effects of Pandemic
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson did not reinstate the emergency declaration in the state despite the increasing death toll rates due to COVID-19.