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The arguments against the historicity of the Exodus revolve around the lack of archaeological evidence of a mass migration from Egypt and a mass influx into the Holy Land at the end of the Bronze Age (the time at which conventional and believing Biblical scholars place this event). This lack of evidence is bolstered by any evidence within Egypt itself of the sojourn.

Possible Da Vinci Workshop Uncovered

Jan. 21, 2005
By MARINA SAPIA, Associated Press Writer

FLORENCE, Italy - Could it be a da Vinci code of sorts? Fading frescoes in forgotten rooms of a convent where Leonardo da Vinci may have sojourned are being studied to see if they have the Renaissance master's touch or that of his pupils.

But experts say it's too early to say if the art world has made a stunning discovery.

When The Sun Lost Its Heat Evidence Of Sudden Solar Cooling Found In Fossils

By Kate Ravilious

The Independent - UK

Just under 3,000 years ago, a group of horse-riding nomads, known as the Scythians, started to venture east and west across the Russian steppes. At about the same time, African farmers began to explore their continent, and Dutch farmers abandoned their land and moved east. All over the world people became restless and started to move - but why? Archaeologists have never found a clear answer, but now one scientist thinks the explanation may lie on the surface of the Sun.




It is often forgotten that Moses received different parts of the law from G-D at Sinai on three main separate occasions all described in the Book of Exodus and he gave a general summing up of those events in the Book of Deuteronomy.

The first event in the third month after having left Egypt, G-D for the only time "spoke" to all the people giving at that time the ten commandments and a series of civil laws.

The Face on Mars: Evidence of ET Intelligence?

by Mac Tonnies

In 1976, a space probe orbiting Mars took a photograph of a formation on the surface of the planet which resembled a humanoid face. Is the formation the signature of an unknown intelligence or simply the work of erosion? At first glance, the implications of intelligent life on Mars—let alone an intelligence capable of carving a human likeness in the desert—seems absurd.   

But regardless of first impressions, the Face on Mars remains a genuine scientific enigma.

Bronze Age Solar Observatory Found in Eastern Germany

by Lise Hull

In September of 2002, German archaeologists revealed a Bronze Age find with the potential to change modern-day thought about how the ancients viewed their relationship to the stars, moon, and sun, and how they may have used solar observatories to predict the cycle of life. Based on its association with other Bronze Age artifacts found near Nebra, a site located about 110 miles southwest of Berlin in eastern Germany, archaeologists believe that the bronze Sangerhausen Star Disk may be 3,600 years old. 

Study Finds Craftsmen Might Be Neanderthal

By Guy Gugliotta - Washington Post
Jul 8, 2004

For decades, evidence from ancient caves suggested that the world's first works of art were created by modern humans when they arrived in Europe about 40,000 years ago, but new research has revived the possibility that the early craftsmen may have been Neanderthals.

Earliest Egyptian Chemical Manuscripts

Edited and Prepared by Prof. Hamed A. Ead 

Although Egypt is generally recognized as the mother of chemical and alchemical arts, unfortunately her monuments and literature have left only a few records which explain these arts. Some of these ideas that have been transmitted to us through Greek and Roman sources do not enable us to discriminate between the matter derived from Egypt and the confused interpretation or additions of the early Greek alchemists.