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Where hope dies?

Where hope dies, there arises a void. Leonardo da Vinci
On the back of famous paintings famous Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci on display in the Louvre, have been identified previously unknown sketches.
The museum was informed that appeared billionaire who wanted to buy one now. After this date, the Louvre methodically and carefully removed from the walls of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci , which included a program for further study and restoration.
And then removed from the wall painting “Madonna and Child with St. Anne.” On the back of her officers accidentally noticed two slightly perceptible outlines. The first one looked like the horse’s head, the second – the skull.
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Posted by on October 21, 2010 in Historical

 

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Mystique of ancient Egypt

EgyptEgypt .. One of the oldest civilizations, which lay in ruins at the beginning of the Roman Empire,
at all times was associated with the mysteries .. Even the proper name – Egypt, the numerous opinions of the Greeks, had a value of “hidden”, “secret”, “hidden”.
Lands unsurpassed pharaohs ancient Greeks gave the name of Egypt, which has a value of an enigma. Egyptian civilization was the greatest triumph over space and time, revive and survive, to go through the darkest era of madness and barbarism, to defeat their conquerors for the reasons that this civilization was able to bring amazing people with great spirit. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 21, 2010 in Mysterious

 

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Committed a series of discoveries that make for a “UFO”

Scientists conducted a series of sensational fundamental discoveries that can revolutionize the energy industry.
This was reported by the head of a group of authors of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS), winner of the Lenin and State prizes, Ph.D., Professor Valerian Sobolev.
According to scientists, an experimental way was opened a special electrochemical process in which the main product are high-temperature materials in new condition. This, in turn, has enabled scientists to discover new state of matter, a new class of materials, new energy source, a new method for the generation of cold plasma, a new superconductor. As reported by a scientist, these discoveries in the future will create a whole series of different inventions. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 21, 2010 in UFO

 

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Heat waves caused by the influence of the Moon

MoonMeteorologist says that he was able to reveal the cause of an abnormally hot summer this year. According to the scientist, the unusual heat coming to Russia after a certain period of time, and due to this exposure of the moon.
Nicholas Sidorenkov head of the laboratory of atmospheric circulation in the weather. For a long time he studied the fluctuations in the Earth’s atmosphere and came to the conclusion that they fall within 355 days. The same number of runs and the lunar year, and Sidorenko concluded that the atmospheric cycle is dictated by the moon, just as it regulates the ebb and flow in the ocean.
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Posted by on October 21, 2010 in Galaxy

 

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Tyrannosaurs were cannibals

A group of Canadian and American paleontologists found a Tyrannosaurus rex bone with large markings, which could leave only the teeth of another Tyrannosaurus rex.
Looking through museum collections, the researchers found four samples with the characteristic damage to the surface: the two phalanges of the lower limbs, the humerus, and metatarsals. In the study findings revealed that the work done teeth of predators rather deep grooves are U-or V-shaped cross section and tapering. The shape, location and impressive size grooves suggest that their “authors” were teropodnye dinosaurs. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2010 in Dinosaurs

 

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Mysterious village, from which the inhabitants fled

villageFrom the nearest settlement to the village about five kilometers. But this is directly across the moor. But for him not to go. Bypassing all impenetrable place, the team wound through the woods about 15 miles.
– A few years ago on the Internet I found an article about this village. Kept for them … and forget – the head of the “Sphere-X” Valery Kotov. – Recently I was approached by people. They found one of the geologists of the expedition. It was he who taught us how to get to this village.
According to the accounts of geologists – a village located in the meadow. All the trees around were burned. From the chimney was the smoke, but the village was not a single inhabitant.
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Posted by on October 20, 2010 in Nature

 

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Why the ancient Egyptians did did not suffer from cancer?

EgyptiansThe authors of the sensational findings – Michael Zimmerman (Michael Zimmerman), professor at the University of Manchester (Manchester University) and his colleague David Rosalie (Rosalie David).
The scientists studied hundreds of mummies in unsuccessful attempts to find traces of cancer. From then concluded: cancer – a modern disease that is triggered by environmental pollution and unhealthy diet.
They were preceded by years of research – scientists have studied hundreds of the mummies of ancient Egypt and South America, the age of about 3 thousand years. And they have not found clear evidence of tumors. Only in an Egyptian mummy seems to be diagnosed with cancer of the colon.
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Posted by on October 19, 2010 in Historical

 

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On the moon, found a human skeleton?

skeletonAmerican newspaper The New York Times published a sensational-on the moon found the skeleton of a man. This stunning news does not look like an ordinary newspaper “duck” as a solid body refers to a recognized authority – leading Chinese astrophysicist Mao Kahn.
And reject this scientist with the threshold can not: namely Mao Kang winter of 1988 brought a shock to the whole scientific world by publishing a conference in Beijing on human photos bare foot on the lunar surface. And said here that got these shots from “a reliable source in the United States.” Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 19, 2010 in Historical

 

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Scientists discovered in space “living dinosaurs”

DinosaursStudent Suinbernskogo University (Australia), Andy Green was found in space “living dinosaurs”. Previously it was thought that galaxies of this type existed only in the distant past.
Report on the conducted research is published in the journal Nature, a release from October 7. Andy Head, Professor Karl Gleyzbruk explains: “We thought that such galaxies do not exist. It turned out, though very rarely, but they still occur.
These galaxies are disc-shaped, like ours, but they are very restless and they are constantly new stars are born. It is believed that these galaxies were a lot of about ten billion years ago, in the young universe. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 19, 2010 in Science

 

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Found routes joining the Black Death in Europe

Black DeathA team of scientists working in the name of Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, identified strains of plague bacillus (Yersinia pestis), responsible for the plague in Europe in the middle of the XIV century, went down in history as the “Black Death”. Thereby confirming the traditional version that it was bubonic plague, and not any other disease, as suggested by some scholars. The researchers also identified at least two routes of penetration of the disease in Europe: one – in Marseille, the other – through Scandinavia. Article scientists published in the journal PLoS Pathogenes. Key research findings presented in the press release of the University of Mainz.
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Posted by on October 17, 2010 in Historical

 

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