Gods on Earth: when rocks adopt human form

Beyond science 02/25/19, 11:41

"Men hang out their signs indicative of their respective trades; shoemakers hang out a gigantic shoe; jewelers a monster watch, and the dentist hangs out a gold tooth; but in the mountains of New Hampshire, God Almighty has hung a sign to show that there He makes men." – Daniel ...

The divine proportion – the indecipherable code

Beyond science 02/21/19, 21:50

“Geometry has two great treasures; one is the Pythagorean theorem; the other, the auric ratio. The first we may compare to a measure of gold; the second we may name a precious jewel.” – Johannes Kepler The newspaper pages that you are reading, the screen of your computer, your credit card, ...

Does God really exist?

Beyond science 01/12/19, 11:43

In the wake of Stephen Hawking’s incredible impact on the world of science, there’s a new kid in town. A child prodigy from America is taking the science world by storm. William Maillis  aged 12, has boldly declared that Hawking's theory about the ‘spontaneous formation of the universe’ is wrong, ...

5 mystery technologies of past civilizations

Beyond science 11/15/18, 10:36

The Lycurgus Cup It is a 4th century Roman glass cage cup made of dichroic glass, which holds a special property. The cup lights up in red when lit from behind and green when lit from the front. This property was for a long time a subject of scrutiny to scientist since ...

Sirens, the denied species

Beyond science 11/10/18, 05:30

Rare fish or ancient myths, Sirens are part of one of the most neglected groups in modern zoology. Is there a possibility that hominids who adapted to abyssal conditions really exist? "The previous day, when the Admiral [Columbus] went to the Río del Oro, he saw three sirens that appeared on ...

Man’s origin found in ancient Sumerian tablets

Culture 11/09/18, 03:44

Sumer’s city Eridu was first inhabited in 5400 BC in the southernmost region of ancient Mesopotamia (today’s Iraq). It is the earliest civilization known on Earth, it was also an inexplicably advanced civilization. The Sumerians invented the wheel, the plow, writing, the modern calendar, irrigation system, sailboats, the counting system, ...

Life in Death

Beyond science 11/01/18, 11:33

‘I worked for a blue-chip chemical company as research in polymer chemistry. And I was working in the last and had an accident with a desiccator -those big glass bell jar, and as I’m taking the top off that jar it shattered and a piece of it fell and severed ...

The invisible threat to our human race

Culture 10/24/18, 03:21

As devoutly as Ancient Egyptians prayed to the rising sun for a blessed harvest, in modern days we have found our prayers answered through man-made gods. Whereas the Egyptians found their sustenance in solar orbit, we have found ours in gravitation around ’creativity & innovation’. Instantaneous communication everywhere with everyone around ...

The unknown culture of trees

Beyond science 10/22/18, 12:39

Did you know that trees talk to each other?! From the biggest and oldest trees forming the canopy to the shrubberies and seedlings in the understory, there is a language that sustains a forest. And it is incredible. Breakthrough science and DNA micro-satellite have revealed fungus roots connecting the tree in the ...