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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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  • Evidence of the system used to move pyramid’s bricks is found

    Evidence of the system used to move pyramid’s bricks is found

    A team of specialists from the French Institute of East Archaeology in Cairo and the University of Liverpool has discovered the enigma of how the ancient Egyptians moved the huge stone bricks from the quarries to build the pyramids four thousand 500 years.

  • World's tallest statue inaugurated in India

    World's tallest statue inaugurated in India

    New Delhi, Oct 31. - On Monday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the world's tallest statue in the state of Gujarat, a controversial mass that is 182 meters tall and that could cause environmental damage.

  • Perfectly rectangular iceberg is found

    Perfectly rectangular iceberg is found

    NASA's ICE mission found, as part of IceBridge Operation, a giant tabular iceberg of the Larsen C Ice Shelf, which appears to have been trimmed squarely with a giant saw. However, it is a purely natural phenomenon.

  • He bought a dog as a pet, but…

    He bought a dog as a pet, but…

    A man who had bought in China a pet to have company, and was convinced that it was a dog was surprised when he eventually discovered that it was an animal from a completely different species, reports the portal Shanghai Ist.

  • Night sky dyed people: due to a phenomenon called dispersion

    Night sky dyed people: due to a phenomenon called dispersion

    A night with purple skies was recorded on video by a driver from Ohio, USA, who was struck by the glare of those shades over the city of Cleveland.

  • Ancient Maya produced, stored and traded salt, according to study

    Ancient Maya produced, stored and traded salt, according to study

    U.S. scientists reveal in a recent study how the ancient Maya produced, stored and marketed salt, at the height of their civilization more than a thousand years ago, published Tuesday the magazine Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

  • Surfer dogs (+ Photos)

    Surfer dogs (+ Photos)

    These dogs do not go to the beach to run around in the sand, wallow in it, make friends or wear their bathing suits. They will compete seriously, put their lives at risk and also demonstrate new skills to please their masters and those who love the canine race.

  • An asteroid bigger than Big Ben closes to Earth

    An asteroid bigger than Big Ben closes to Earth

    The asteroid 2018 SP1 will approach to the Earth on October 3rd, reports the British newspaper Express, quoting NASA. The celestial body, classified by the space agency as an object near to the Earth (NEO, Near Earth Object), which measures between 70 and 160 meters, which is equivalent to the size of a football field (between 90 and 110 meters) and —Express says —  it even exceeds the Big Ben one and it is heading towards our planet at a speed of 60000 miles per hour.

  • Intelligent poles boost technological cities in Costa Rica

    Intelligent poles boost technological cities in Costa Rica

    The inhabitants of the capital district of Tibás, and Greece, in the province of Alajuela, disposes today of intelligent poles, an advanced technology, which besides efficient lighting, provides safety and communication services.

  • Bolt is the world’s fastest man even in zero gravity (+ Photos and Video)

    Bolt is the world’s fastest man even in zero gravity (+ Photos and Video)

    The Jamaican ex-sprinter Usain Bolt defeated two French astronauts in a zero gravity race and he has posted the video of that triumph in his Twitter account.