Category Archive: Archeology

Jul 17 2013

Smells Like a Man

For all you men out there. We know smell is important. But we’re not so worried about that smell when it comes to ourselves. As long as I don’t smell myself then it can’t be that bad and everyone else just needs to shut up. Luckily for us other people have noses too and can …

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Jun 24 2013

It’s a Curse: Spinning Egyptian Statue

An ancient Egyptian statue at the Manchester Museum has been spending it’s days mooning visitors. The 3800 year old statue spends it’s days in a locked glass case where it starts out facing the crowds and throughout the day turns so that it’s back it towards them. Campbell Price, an Egyptologist at the museum, suggests …

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Jun 14 2013

Spit-Shine for Your Mummy

To keep your mummy looking its best you have to dust and polish it regularly, or at least once ever two and a half millennia. That’s the case for this mummy which resides at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. A conservator trained in restoring ancient artifacts removed him from his coffin Friday and began using …

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May 23 2013

Dolphins, Constantly Plotting

The Navy has been using dolphins for a while now in the Marine Mammal Program to do things like hunt underwater mines and enemy divers. The Ukrainian navy (I know, who knew?) is even attaching pistols to them, because why not? Because why not lasers, that’s why not. This time the dolphins came up with …

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May 20 2013

Nobody understands the words that are coming out of your mouth.

If you’ve ever wondered what the hell people from other parts of the country were talking about then you’re not alone. Turns out the USA is full of different accents, more than just the Boston slur and the Southern drawl. I was never quite sure what people were talking about with that Southern drawl, when …

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May 01 2013

No Sleep For Me Ever Again

  This is it folks, if you want to continue living your life as you know it, then please don’t read this. If you want to read about the creepiest and most disturbing thing you’ll ever learn, then please continue. A tiny skeleton was found in the Atacama Desert in Chile. I’ve had to read this report …

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Apr 24 2013

Plundering Ancient Burial Chambers, With a Transformer!

A group down in Central America has decided against their better judgement and created a transforming robot that will plunder old burial sites. The ancient city of Teotihuacan is full of archaeological wonders. However, these wonders aren’t cool enough to see for yourself, rather it’s best to view from a video screen as the remote controlled robot …

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