The Bestamskoe Ring is among the so-called Steppe Geoglyphs in Kazakhstan — at least 260 earthwork shapes made up of mounds, trenches and ramparts, the oldest estimated at years old, recognizable only from the air. Credit DigitalGlobe, via NASA
Ancient springs, screws and metal. Thousands of these things -- some measure as small as of an inch! -- were discovered by gold miners in the Ural Mountains of Russia in the Dug up from a depth of 3 to 40 feet in layers of earth.
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By Rossella LorenziDiscovery News The Voynich Manuscript, an enigmatic book that has frustrated codebreakers and linguists for a century, contains a genuine message, according to a new computer analysis. The study analyzed the unintelligible scripts that