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Magazine articles on archaeology, paleontology, artifacts, prehistoric origins.
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Science News
June 5, 2008
Elizabeth Quill
Amazon Expeditions: My Quest for the Ice-Age Equator Paul Colinvaux carries readers along on his adventure to uncover the Amazon's ice-age mysteries in his latest non-fiction book. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 8, 2008
James Mitchell Crow
Amber Contains Hint of Paris's Tropical Past Scientists in France studying a local deposit of 55 million-year-old amber have unexpectedly isolated a natural product never seen before. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 29, 2007
Joe Pappalardo
Lasers of the Hidden Temple: Cosmos CAT Scan Digs for Ruins A University of Texas professor has come up with a novel idea that harnesses the forces of the cosmos to locate temples, vaults and other long-hidden structures. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Nadya Labi
Uncovering the Secrets of Ireland's Ancient Breweries Archeologist's develop a new theory about the purpose of a over 5,000 grassy mounds discovered throughout Ireland. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 12, 2007
Victoria Gill
Chemistry Reveals Oldest Known Chocolate Drink Chemical analysis of pottery fragments from bottles found in Honduras has uncovered an ancient, alcoholic chocolate drink. The finding has pushed back the earliest use of cacao more than 500 years, to between 1100 and 1400 BC. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
November 2007
The Little Dino That Could A flying dinosaur found in Mongolia is so small that it is overturning previous thinking about how and when dinosaurs evolved and took flight. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
November 2007
Erin Wayman
Sudden Climate Change Not Neanderthals' Downfall New research suggests abrupt climate change is not to blame for the extinction of Neanderthals. Instead, competition from modern humans probably played a large role. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 2007
Simon Hadlington
Solving an Ancient Puzzle Analytical chemistry is revolutionizing archaeological study - as well as igniting some controversy mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 2007
Philip Ball
Column: The Crucible It is inevitable that the origins of life on Earth will be forever shrouded in mystery. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
October 2007
Erin Wayman
Great Floods Cut Off Britain The British can thank catastrophic flooding for isolating them from the rest of Europe, a new study confirms. Researchers say this new understanding of Britain's past geography can help clarify questions about early human migration in the region. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
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