Synagogue where Jesus likely preached uncovered in Israel


When the Legions of Christ bought a piece of land on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, little did it know what it would find.

Some would call it luck, others coincidence. Father Eamon Kelly calls it "providence."

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Mystery of Ancient Chinese Civilization's Disappearance Explained.

An earthquake nearly 3,000 years ago may be the culprit in the mysterious disappearance of one of China's ancient civilizations, new research suggests.

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sanxingdui bronze mask

Futuristic Laser Weapon Ready for Action, US Navy Says.

The next generation of futuristic weapons has arrived. The U.S. Navy announced that its high-tech laser weapon is ready to disable and destroy enemy drones and small boats, should the need arise.


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The Nay's laser weapon system.


 

Ebola Epidemic Continues in Africa, Despite Progress in Some Places.

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has undergone a dramatic change in the past several months, U.S. health officials said today.

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This Ebola virus, as seen through a transmission electron microscope.

Skin cells can help IVF couples have children of their own


Infertile couples who cannot produce their own sex cells may finally be able to have children through IVF after scientists achieved a key breakthrough in making sperm and eggs from skin cells.

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Archaeologists Have Dig Licenses Revoked After "Million Mummies" Claim


A team of archaeologists from Brigham Young University in Utah have had their excavation license revoked by the Egyptian Antiquities Ministry after claiming to have discovered "one million mummies."

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Mars Has 'Macroweather,' Just Like Earth


Mars, like Earth, experiences "macroweather" — atmospheric effects that lie in between short-term weather and long-term climate, researchers say.

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Greenpeace apologizes for protest at Peru's Nazca Lines

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Greenpeace apologizes for protest at Peru's Nazca Lines


Environmental activist group Greenpeace apologized on Wednesday for a protest it organized at the ancient Nazca Lines etched in a desert in Peru.

The group said it was sorry if the protest at the historical site on Monday caused any "moral offence" to the people of Peru.

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Environmental activist group Greenpeace apologized on Wednesday for a protest it organized at the ancient Nazca Lines etched in a desert in Peru.

Read more at: http://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com.au/2014/12/greenpeace-apologizes-for-protest-at.html#.VJ8xXf8W9
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Greenpeace apologizes for protest at Peru's Nazca Lines

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