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Scythian Tactics and Strategy: Devastating Guerilla Archers - Part I
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 2 days ago - ancient-origins.net
The Scythians may not be the original inventors of asymmetrical warfare, but one could argue that they perfected it. Before and during the Scythian arrival, many nations fought by conventional methods. In other words, the established civilizations
Complete Pterosaur Fossil Found âEUR" Food, Feces and All (Video)
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Marty
- 2 days ago - theepochtimes.com
From time to time, paleontologists come upon astonishingly complete fossils of prehistoric beasts, but rare is the discovery that yields evidence of the digestive system in action
Scythian Tactics and Strategy: Scorched Earth Victories - Part II
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Marty
- 2 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Scythian tactics included feinting or withdrawing from either the battlefield or even the region. An example of feinting comes from a battle mentioned in Part I (Scythian Tactics and Strategy: Blah - Part I), the battle of Carrhae in 53 BCE.
Egyptian Blue Hides in These Mummy Portraits
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 3 days ago - theepochtimes.com
Researchers discovered that the ancient artists used the pigment Egyptian blue as material for underdrawings and for modulating colorâEUR"a finding never documented before
Oldest Pharaonic Mummy From the Museum of Florence Finally Has a Face
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Marty
- 3 days ago - phys.org
The mummy was a high ranking person, a dignitary or a priest of the XVIII dynasty (the same as Tutankhamun and Nefertiti). Until now, only his name was known. Dr Borrini devised the anatomical approximation from the structure of his skull
Experts Discover Traces of Rare Artificial Pigment on Egyptian Mummy Portraits and Panel Paintings
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 3 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Egyptian Blue is one of the first artificial pigments known to have been used by man. First created around 5,000 years ago by heating a mixture of a calcium compound, a copper-containing compound, silica sand and soda or potash
Discoveries in Spanish Cave Suggest Neanderthals Had Hot Water and Bedrooms
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Marty
- 3 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Archaeologists in Spain have made a number of discoveries inside an ancient cave in Catalonia which suggest that Neanderthals had hot water and separate living quarters around 60,000 years ago. The finding adds to the mounting evidence
The Verdict Is In: We Can Grow Safe Food and Conserve Nature at the Same Time BY CARA BYINGTON AUGUST 10, 2015
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, society, technology, world, environment, concept, safety, mankind )

Ruth
- 3 days ago - blog.nature.org
'A new paper published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that removing habitat around farm fields does not make food safer.'
Lucky Treasure Seeker Unearths 1,000-Year-Old Viking Coin Hoard in Wales
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Marty
- 3 days ago - ancient-origins.net
About 1,000 years ago an unlucky soul apparently buried his treasureâEUR"a cache of Viking coinsâEUR"in a field in Wales and never dug it up again. Perhaps the medieval person died before retrieving it or forgot exactly where it was buried.
Harvesting Light Organic Bytes #480: 66,000 and Counting Harvesting Light
Science & Tech  (tags: safety, science, scientists, research, concept, environment, habitat, history )

Ruth
- 3 days ago - organicconsumers.org
The problem is that the carbon cycle..is now out of balance...Dr. Christine Jones.' 'Fortunately, humans, with a lot of help from our farmers, can rebalance the carbon cycle by putting the carbon back where it belongs. In the soil.' PLEASE SHARE.
Roundup Is An Endocrine Disruptor âEUR" New Study Submitted By Food Democracy Now on August 19, 2015 - 10:16am
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, research, ecosystem, mankind, men, women, children, performance, safety, society, GeneticEngineering, concept, environment, climate, business, habitat, animals )

Ruth
- 3 days ago - fooddemocracynow.org
'The glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup is an endocrine (hormone) disruptor..a new study shows.'...'Since no safe dose has been established for Roundup with regard to endocrine disrupting effects, it should be banned.'(opinion conclusion)
Life "Not As We Know It" Could Exist On Mars, Titan And Other Worlds
Science & Tech  (tags: science, life, Extraterrestrial Life, astronomy, space, nasa, Titan, Mars )

Michael
- 3 days ago - iflscience.com
It is looking increasing unlikely that we are alone in the universe, but our current theories for extraterrestrial life are based on one key condition:
Believe the Buzz: New Research Firmly Links Pesticides to Bee Decline AUG 22, 2015Samantha Cowan Is An Associate Editor and Helm
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, performance, investigation, safety, world, environment, Genetic Engineering )

Ruth
- 3 days ago - takepart.com
'A study published Thursday firmly links one particular neonic, imidacloprid, to the death of bees.' Please see petition too.
EPA Must Get Serious About Protecting Bees From Toxic Pesticides
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, climate, environment, GoodNews, habitat, ecosystems, destruction, Sustainabililty, trees, water, wildlife, world, research, forests )

Ruth
- 3 days ago - takeaction.takepart.com
"Beyond Pesticides works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides."Bee numbers continue to decline..Within just the last year more than 42 percent of managed honeybee colonies'
Quasar Sheds Light On A Twin Black Hole Secret
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, astronomy, nasa, black holes, quasar, space, science )

Michael
- 3 days ago - iflscience.com
Astronomers noticed something curious about the center of a galaxy 600 million light-years away. A central blast of radiation, a quasar, seemed to have an engine of bumper-sized proportions. Not one, but two black holes circling each other.

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