Category: history

Graham Hancock Breaks the Set on TED Censorship, Lost Civilizations & War on Consciousness Hancock is interviewed on Russia Today by Abby Martin. The interview covers Ancient civilizations such as Atlantis, maps much older than those known to modern archeologists, censorship of Hancock’s Whitechapel TEDtalk (and Rupert Sheldrake’s), the great mystery of consciousness, which can […]

Giant Megaliths Found in Siberia Could Be Largest in the World How big? Would you believe more than 3,000 tons? That’s more than twice the size as the stones found at Baalbek, Lebanon. Found in Mt. Churaya in Central Siberia, these stones were cut with flat surfaces and right angles, and stacked about 120 feet […]

They say camels are the ships of the Saharan desert but California has its own ship of the desert, and it’s real. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

If you think Atlantis is cool, then you might be interested in the lost island of Hy-Brasil, located somewhere west of Ireland. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

This 1,600-year-old goblet shows that the Romans were nanotechnology pioneers. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

The Writer Automaton. You’ve got to see this to believe that it really works. Clockmaker Pierre Jaquet-Droz created a programmable character of a small boy that can write. In the 18th Century. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Everybody knows about the Great Chicago Fire of October 8, 1871, which killed around 300 people. Hardly anyone knows that on that same night, the Peshtigo Fire in Wisconsin killed between 1,200 and 2,500 people. There were fires that same night in Michigan, too, in Holland, Port Huron, and Manistee, too, killing only 50 to […]

When my oldest boy was a teenager he had a Trapper Keeper notebook. It was cool. Your kid, or you, might have had one too because Mead has sold 75 million of them. Here’s the story on the history of the Trapper Keeper. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious