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Decoding The Secrets Of The Incas

LIMA, Peru, Dec. 2, 2003

(AP) To the casual observer, they appear to be little more than multicolored tangles of arm-length strings. But a growing number of experts think "quipus" may hold the secrets of the Inca Empire.

The Incas built the greatest pre-Columbian empire in South America, unifying Andean cultures from what is modern day Colombia to Chile for about a hundred years before they fell to Spanish conquistadors in the early 1500s.

Ancient man 'used tooth picks'

Our human ancestors may have taken a close interest in dental hygiene.

Palaeontologist Dr Leslea Hlusko, of the University of Illinois, claims to have evidence ancient man used rudimentary tooth picks.

She has shown that curved grooves found on fossil teeth dating back 1.8 million years could be the result of erosion caused by repeated rubbing with grass stalks.

Sceptics argue today's toothpicks leave no such marks, but Dr Hlusko said grass is more abrasive.

Unlike wood, it contains large numbers of hard, abrasive silica particles.

Dr Hlusko said grass stalks were the r

New Evidence Challenges Darwin’s Theory

San Diego, CA – Human Devolution: A Vedic Alternative to Darwin’s Theory (Torchlight Publishing,  September 2003), the highly anticipated sequel to the controversial bestseller Forbidden Archeology,  continues the literary drama with the same astute attention to detail and grou

In Defense of Nature, The History Nobody Told You About

Table of Contents

Overview

Dinosaur Extinctions: No Asteroid or Comet Impact Here

"That expectations color the progress of science is widely known and

widely ignored."

L.M. Van Valen. "Catastrophes, Expectations, and the Evidence."
Paleobiology 10(1):121, 1984

"If there's something that killed the dinosaurs,
I'd like to know about that so that is doesn't happen to me."

Bill Maher -- Politically Incorrect (ABC, December 21, 1999)

THE CASE OF THE MISSING ELEPHANT

The ruins and remains of Mexico's pre-Columbian civilizations enchant, intrigue, fascinate and puzzle. Of them the oldest and earliest, that of people referred-to as Olmecs, is the most enigmatic -- for they challenge present-day scholars to explain how had people from Africa come and settled and thrived in this part of the New World, thousands of years before Columbus.

The Discovery

Ancient Village Found Under Illinois Soil

DAMIANSVILLE, Illinois (AP) -- Digging crews have found hundreds of

1,200-year-old stone arrowheads and pottery fragments buried under an Illinois hillside.

The discovery near this village about 35 miles east of St. Louis represents an important archaeological find, said Brad Koldehoff, a state archaeologist.

"It's a significant site. They discovered a keyhole-shaped house and what appears to be a small village," he said.

THREE MORE MEDALLIONS

April 15 2003
"We may at last have discovered evidence that proves the existence of that most fabled and mysterious civilisation: Atlantis"

Since posting the information about this medallion the Professor has been contacted be many researchers from around the world. Three of them claim to also have discovered medallions that are apparently exact replicas of the one that professor Winwood unearthed.