Scientists have discovered what they say could be fossils of some of the earliest living organisms on Earth.

BBC:  They are represented by tiny filaments, knobs and tubes in Canadian rocks dated to be up to 4.28 billion years old. That is a time not long after the planet’s formation and hundreds of millions of years before what is currently accepted as evidence for the most ancient life yet found on Earth. The … Read moreScientists have discovered what they say could be fossils of some of the earliest living organisms on Earth.

900 Foot Megatsunami? Scientists Discover Tsunami Evidence in Africa.. A new study reveals evidence how an ancient 900 foot megatsunami wave caused widespread destruction in Cape Verde. It happened around 78,000 years ago

900 Foot Megatsunami? Scientists Discover Tsunami Evidence in Africa.. A new study reveals evidence how an ancient 900 foot megatsunami wave caused widespread destruction in Cape Verde. It happened around 78,000 years ago

900 Foot Megatsunami? Scientists Discover Tsunami Evidence in Africa.. A new study reveals evidence how an ancient 900 foot megatsunami wave caused widespread destruction in Cape Verde. It happened around 78,000 years ago

900 Foot Megatsunami? Scientists Discover Tsunami Evidence in Africa.. A new study reveals evidence how an ancient 900 foot megatsunami wave caused widespread destruction in Cape Verde. It happened around 78,000 years ago

Dinosaurs may have been wiped out by asteroid and volcano

Dinosaurs may have been wiped out by asteroid and volcano Now, a team of Berkeley-based scientists are suggesting a sort of compromise, and one based on facts and data rather than attempts to smooth over tensions. According to a recent study that will soon be published in Science, researchers suggest that the asteroid impact may … Read moreDinosaurs may have been wiped out by asteroid and volcano

There was no need for an evolutionary equal pay law: It was natural in most of recorded history, says a new study

New science now revealed: Early humans, we are told by leading anthropologists, had general equality. A research study concludes that for most of the evolutionary history of human, both genders had equal footing in the chaotic game of life..  MORE:  Mark Dyble, the leading anthropologist on the study at University College London, said: “There is still … Read moreThere was no need for an evolutionary equal pay law: It was natural in most of recorded history, says a new study