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Study: Bahamas were settled earlier than believed

(Texas A&M University) It's believed early settlers to the islands eventually changed the landscape of the Bahamas ...
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Prehistoric killing machine exposed

(University of the Witwatersrand) 3D imaging of the dinocephalian, Anteosaurus, shows that this massive premammalian reptile that grew to the ...
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Journey of a skull: How a single human cranium wound up alone in a cave in Italy

A lone cranium in an Italian cave wound up there after being washed away from its original burial site, according ...
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How Hitler Created a “Culture of Destruction”

An interview with author and historian Dr. Moritz Föllmer sheds light on how the Nazis reshaped culture to engineer extremism, ...
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Valhalla: How Viking Belief in a Glorious Afterlife Empowered Warriors

Old Norse literature about Vikings is filled with famous last stands, audacious last words, death songs and defiance. When men ...
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Cutting-edge analysis of prehistoric teeth sheds new light on the diets of lizards and snakes

(University of Bristol) New research has revealed that the diets of early lizards and snakes, which lived alongside dinosaurs around ...
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Neanderthal and early modern human stone tool culture co-existed for over 100,000 years

Research has discovered that one of the earliest stone tool cultures, known as the Acheulean, likely persisted for tens of ...
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“Feeding Victory” Examines Logistics Battle at Khe Sanh

This intriguing title explores the impact of logistics on three centuries of armed conflict and focuses on the siege of ...
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‘I retain an unalterable affection for you’: A Lesson in Love from George Washington

Men on dating apps take note; an opening line of “hey” just doesn't cut it anymore ...
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