Archaeologists Accidentally Found Charred Remains of Church in Jamestown that Proves Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676
Researchers working at the Jamestown site in Virginia discovered remnants of a church burned to the ground in the Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676. They have found proof that is connected to the first revolt against Britain in the American colonies.
Massive Maya Pyramid Found in El Salvador is One of Oldest Natural Disaster Shelters Built in the Past
Scientists conclude that the massive Maya pyramid found in El Salvador called El Campana is the ancient equivalent of a modern disaster shelter, except this was in ancient times. The discovery shows how the ancients were aware of their chaotic world and sought to protect their populations.
Rumors Claim AIDS Treatment Was Leading Cause of Deaths; Criticizes Fauci's Recommendations
The top infecitous disease expert in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, faces another controversy as rumors claim that zidovudine, the drug used to treat AIDS patients, was the leading cause of death among infected. Fauci was allegedly the one who recommended the treatment to be used on people.
Chankillo Observatory in Peruvian Desert Dates Back to 2,300-year-old, Used by Ancients To Track Yearly Seasonal Movements
Discovery of the 2,300-year-old Chankillo Observatory by archaeologists marks it the oldest astronomy complex in the archaic past dedicated to the sun. For the ancients knowing the time of the year was crucial for them, which led monument like this.
Denisovan Children Left Hand and Footprints on Limestone During the Neolithic Period, Created Oldest Graffiti in Prehistoric Art
Creativity is timeless, and the find of hand prints left by Denisovan children is one of the oldest graffiti art in prehistory found by scientists.
Camel Carvings Discovered in Saudi Arabian Desert Found to be 8,000 Years Older Than Stonehenge, Archaeologists Baffled Over Origin
The ancient camel carving found in the Saudi Arabian desert that has been carbon-dated as older than Stonehenge places it as an oddity. One goal of scientists is to place archaeological discoveries in a time frame.
Bioscience Firm Considers Reviving Extinct Woolly Mammoth from DNA Remnants From 4000 Years Ago
A commercial bioscience firm announces a plan in reviving the extinct Woolly Mammoth as one of its starting projects. Raising such animals from the state of extinction has been science fiction, but some scientists are convinced it can be done with current techniques like CRISPR gene technology.
3,919 New Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Signals Worsening Health Crisis in Massachusetts After Death Toll Surpasses 18,000
Massachusetts health officials reported 3,919 new breakthrough coronavirus cases in the region and several fatalities that brought the death toll to more than 18,000. The situation comes as Gov. Charlie Baker grows optimistic about the possibility of booster shots in the region.
Remnants from the Great Synagogue of Vilna Survives World War 2, Nazis and Soviet War; Here's What They Found
The Great Synagogue of Vilna, located in Lithuania, was a victim of the crossfire of Hitler's Nazis and the Soviets. It was supposed to be obliterated, but some parts of the holy place still exist. Uncovered were precious remnants from the site by archaeologists after the end of the war.
France's Former Health Minister Charged Over Alleged Failed Pandemic Response
Authorities revealed that the former health minister of France, Agnes Buzyn, will be charged for her alleged failed response to the pandemic. The official left her position a few weeks after the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country to pursue a mayoral position.
Fauci Believes "It's Not Smart" To Reopen Sports Stadiums Amid Delta Variant, Urges Residents To Get Vaccinated
The top infectious disease expert in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, warned residents that it was still too early to go back to sports stadiums. The medical expert said that low vaccination rates across the country put residents' lives at risk.
Chang’e 5 Makes Unexpected Course Change from Deep Space to a U-turn Back to the Moon for Reasons Unknown
News that the Chang'e 5 makes unexpected course change when backtracking from deep space to going back to the moon. The probe was supposed to stay longer in deep space, but a sudden U-turn back to the moon caught experts unprepared for any possible explanations for the course change.
Researchers Discover Ancient Mass Grave of Decapitated Bodies Believed To Be Gladiators During Roman Occupation in Britain
The discovery of an ancient mass grave with decapitated gladiator bodies by archeologists was similar to other sites in the domain of ancient Rome.
12-Year-Old Boy Dies As India Struggles To Contain New Nipah Virus Believed To Be Deadlier Than COVID-19
Indian authorities reported a new viral infection in their region called the Nipah virus which has already infected and killed a 12-year-old boy in Kerala state. The disease is thought to be deadlier than the coronavirus and is also difficult to trace.
Divers Discover Sunk Warship With Treasures of the Amber Room Looted by Nazis in World War 2
The second world war, the fabled amber room worth £250m, was looted by Nazis. A group of divers will have a chance to discover what lies in the crates inside the sunken warship 'Karlsruhe,' which carried it.