Scientists are still baffled on how ancient humans acquired the ability to process visual information. In a world where reading and writing didn't exist, how could our ancestors..
Surfing In Artificial Wave Pools In The 2020 Summer Olympics
Surfing fans across the globe celebrated as news about the sport taking part in the Olympic games by 2020 broke out. While there are no other official announcements, rumors of..
Our Ashes Might Say More About Us Than We think
A new method done by archaeologists might reveal a cremated skeleton's gender. Archaeologists love discovering an ancient body whether it's preserved in peat, a frozen corpse,..
Mass Child Sacrifice Discovered in Peru: 140 Killed In ‘Heart Removal’ Ritual
The most significant sacrifice in the history of the world might have been done in Peru. Skeletons of over 140 children on top of 200 llamas were unearthed at an archaeological..
Top 4 Best Diving Destinations In Australia
Australia is the place to be for people who take scuba diving seriously. More popularly known as the home of the Great Barrier Reef, the must-visit destination offers plenty of..
11 Most Expensive Things in the World That have Been Stolen
The Mona Lisa The Mona Lisa is the most famous, if not the most beautiful painting in the world. Today, this masterpiece is estimated around $2 billion. It's no surprise that..
Strange Comic Book Adaptations That Are Hilariously Weird and Interesting
Comic books made a grand comeback a few years ago, with superhero blockbusters hitting cinemas and televisions one after another. It's safe to say that the hiatus has finally ended...
Yeast Found In Ancient Grape and Asian Rice Wine Is Used to Make Today’s Beer
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae is a species of yeast that's often referred to as "brewer's yeast." Humans have harvested this resource since ancient times. It has different strains used..
The Pioneers of Women’s Rights
Numerous women in American history fought for the rights that their fellow sisters are enjoying today. If it weren't for their hard work, society wouldn't even recognize equal..
Recent Study Confirms That Mass Shootings Decrease as Gun Laws Get Stricter
A research journal claims that the states with higher levels of gun ownership experience more mass shootings compared to those who have stricter gun controls. The Federal Bureau..