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Cleopatra Necklace discovered in Siberia

Cleopatra Necklace discovered in Siberia

Cleopatra Necklace discovered in Siberia

Cleopatra Necklace discovered in Siberia
This is how the stylish ‘ancient Egyptian’ necklace was discovered in the heart of Siberia – the Altai Mountains. The priceless jewel made of brightly colored laminated glass, decorated the neck of a 25-year-old woman found in 2004. The necklace has never gone on public display. Scientists say she died between 2,300 and 2,400 years ago and was a kinswoman of the famous tattooed ‘Princess Ukok’, whose astonishing preserved tattooed body has gained worldwide interest. Andrey Borodovsky’s team continues to study their finds in the Chultukov Log burial mounds in the Altai Mountains.
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Nebra Sky Disk

Mysterious Nebra Sky Disk

Mysterious Nebra Sky Disk

This mysterious Nebra Sky Disk is in the archaeological State Museum of Prehistory, which was founded in Naumburg in 1819. in 1825 the museum moved to Halle, Germany. The Nebra Sky Disk dates back to the early Bronze Age, it was an astronomical instrument, world’s oldest known. The museum exhibits 15 million items.
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Beautiful Finch Lady Gould history

Beautiful bird Finch Lady Gould history

Beautiful bird Finch Lady Gould, named by British naturalist and ornithologist John Gould in memory of his wife

Beautiful bird Finch Lady Gould, named by British naturalist and ornithologist John Gould in memory of his wife beautiful Finch Lady Gould art history photo. British naturalist and ornithologist John Gould (September 14, 1804 — February 3, 1881) discovered this species of bird – Gouldian Finch during his journey to Australia in 1838 and 1840, and made his scientific description in 1844. He named this beautiful rainbow bird Finch Lady Gould in memory of his beloved wife Elizabeth Gould, who accompanied him during these trips, and shortly thereafter died, at the age of 37.
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Olympus the highest mountain in the solar system

Olympus the highest mountain in the solar system

Olympus the highest mountain in the solar system (Nix Olympica)

Olympus the highest mountain in the solar system. Olympus is the extinct volcano on Mars, the highest mountain in the solar system. Before the spacecraft showed that Olympus is a mountain, this place was known to astronomers as Nix Olympica (“the Snow of Olympus”). The height of Olympus Mountain – 27 km, and 25 km to the average level of the surface of Mars. Olympus is several times higher than the highest mountain on Earth.
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Things Science Cannot Explain

Things Science Cannot Explain

For decades this large hairy manlike beast called Yeti, Bigfoot has been reported by eyewitnesses across the globe. Things Science Cannot Explain

Things Science Cannot Explain
Science is powerful, but it cannot explain everything. The first mystery is Bigfoot. For decades this large hairy manlike beast called Yeti, Bigfoot has been reported by eyewitnesses across the globe. Despite the thousands of Bigfoot that must exist for a breeding population, not a single body has been found. Not one has been killed by a hunter, struck dead by a speeding car, or even died of natural causes. In the absence of hard evidence like teeth or bones, support comes down to eyewitness sightings and ambiguous photos and films. Since it is logically impossible to prove a universal negative, science will never be able to prove that creatures like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster do not exist, and it is possible that these mysterious beasts lurk far from prying eyes.
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Speleotherapy in Solotvyno Salt Mine

Speleotherapy in Solotvyno Salt Mine

Speleotherapy in Solotvyno Salt Mine in Karpaty region of Ukraine

Speleotherapy in Solotvyno Salt Mine. Speleotherapy has been used for many years as an effective treatment for patients with breathing problems in this Solotvyno Salt Mine in Ukraine. It is one of the most unusual hospitals on Earth, exactly under it – hundreds of meters below the surface. These photographs were taken by Kirill Kuletski, known Russian photographer. For decades, Salt Mine tunnels have hosted patients with various bronchial blockages, asthma and breathing problems are sent to the Solotvyno allergological hospital to suck up the curative air. Kuletski describes the atmosphere among patients as “calm and relaxed” despite the “appallingly unsafe conditions.”
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Maths genius Srinivasa Ramanujan

postage stamp in honor of Indian maths genius Srinivasa Ramanujan

A postage stamp in honor of Indian maths genius Srinivasa Ramanujan

Maths genius Srinivasa Ramanujan. The deathbed puzzle which came to him in a dream from the Hindu goddess Namagiri, is solved. Indian maths genius Srinivasa Ramanujan was born on December 22, 1887, right 125 years ago, in Kumbakonam, Tamilnad. Ramanujan was self-taught and worked in isolation from the mathematical community of his time. He independently rediscovered many existing results, as well as made his own unique contributions. Ramanujan passed away at the young age of 32 of tuberculosis, but he left behind formulations in mathematics that have paved the path for many scholars who came after him.
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