Squeezing Balls For Creativity

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Apparently this works.

Paleolithic Landscapes

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A 13,800-year-old slab of rock found in an archaeological site in Spain has engravings that are thought to be some of the earliest depictions of a hunter-gatherer campsite.

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Supreme Mathematics

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Dr Opeyemi Enoch, a professor at Nigeria’s Federal University of Oye Ekiti has solved the 156-year-old Riemann Hypothesis.

The Ancient World’s So Hot Right Now

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“Thermal anomalies” have been discovered within the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Beyond Stonehenge

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Advancements in ground-penetrating radar have opened up a world much older and larger than the stone circle.

Shrink Shrunk Shrank

How stress affects your brain

Ancient Earth Plans in Kazakhstan

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Thanks to space-age technology, previously unknown earth manipulations dating back to 8000 B.C. have been discovered in the Turgai region of northern Kazakhstan.

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Red Planet, Now Wet Planet

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NASA has found evidence that liquid water exists on Mars.

5 feet tall with a brain the size of an orange

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Introducing Homo Naledi, the newest member to humanity’s family tree.

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Adansonia

The number of trees per person in the world. There’s an estimated 3.04 trillion trees on the entire planet.

Pictured: Adansonia grandidieri, Madagascar

Extreme Consumption

How much of stuff (or lack of stuff) will kill you.

Tiling the Plane

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Up until last month, there were only 14 types of pentagons that could cover a surface with no gaps or overlaps. Now there are 15. Interior designers and mathematicians are ecstatic.

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