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Within the last couple of decades, there continues to be a stream of groundbreaking archeological finds that could potentially challenge the very notion of civilization and necessitate a rewriting of the historical timelines of human history. Myths passed on...
One of the more prominent philosophical approaches to understanding the nature of our reality in addition to environmental interactions and apparent cyclical behavior of civilization rest upon the simulation hypothesis. Simulation is not relatively new but rather a new...
Previous evidence has led most researchers to conclude that the continent of North American held a timeline of the earliest humans arriving in the Americas about 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. However, new discoveries continue to shatter preconceived notions...
"This shows sociocultural changes come first, agriculture comes later," says Stanford University archaeologist Ian Hodder, who excavated Catalhoyuk, a prehistoric settlement 300 miles from Gobekli Tepe. "They had wild sheep, wild grains that could be domesticated—and the people with...
Traditional Christianity has predominately characterized the Garden of Eden as reflective of the fall of mankind, with the widely held perspective being the standard arc of the serpent deceiving Eve, who in turn coaxed Adam into partaking...