Most Mysterious Man-Made Structures Yet Discovered

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This find is 8,000 years older than the Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids. Hi-tech tools were used but not one was found.

In 1994, in southeastern Turkey, a Kurdish shepherd discovered the remains of one of the most astonishing archeological finds of our times. G�bekli Tepe

19-foot columns expertly carved out of stone, decorated with sculpted animals that do not and may never have lived in the region have baffled the German archeological team who came to unearth this spectacular find. The scientists estimate that the structures at this site are between 11,000 and 12,000 years old.

This would be 8,000 years before Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids were built!

G�bekli Tepe

Top 10 Rare and Important Archeological Finds

‘In archaeology, an artifact is an object recovered which may provide cultural interest and help in the understanding of human history.  In the last 100 years, a large collection of important archeological discoveries have been made.  Some of these artifacts have helped people understand the origins of life on Earth, while others have presented problems for scientists.  An out-of-place artifact is an object of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual or seemingly impossible context.  Hundreds of artifacts have been located and studied with some remarkable results.  This article will examine ten rare archeological discoveries…’


Floating Houses Coming Soon
They were designed for low-lying countries

Venice may soon be sharing its “Floating City” moniker thanks to a research project developing “amphibian houses” that are designed to float in the event of a flood. The FLOATEC project sees the primary market for the houses as the Netherlands, whose low-lying land makes it particularly susceptible to the effects of rising sea levels. Such housing technology could also allow small island-states in the Indian and Pacific Oceans that are at the risk of disappearing in the next 100 years to maintain their claim to statehood through the use of artificial, floating structures…’


The Open Highway Wallpaper Collection
Are you an urban prisoner who miss those big cross-country highways? Bring them to your desktop.

‘Highways and roads connect us to each other all across our world and can take us places that we have never gone before. Now you can roam the roads from the comfort of your own desktop with our Open Highway Wallpaper collection…’


PALEA Slams ‘Add-Reduce’ Offer to Outsourced Workers

‘The Philippine Airlines Employees’ Association (PALEA) today assailed the terms and conditions of employment being offered at service providers to laidoff Philippine Airlines (PAL) employees. “The cat is now out of the bag. Attached to the termination notices being sent out by PAL are the employment contracts at service providers. It reveals the dagdag-bawas offer to outsourced workers—less wages and benefits but more working hours,” stated Gerry Rivera, PALEA president and vice chair of the Partido ng Manggagawa.’


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3 Responses to Most Mysterious Man-Made Structures Yet Discovered

  1. pochp says:

    Thank you very much for your sympathy Amy. My brother who is a PAL steward for 30 years is one of the members so I should fight for them. Human Rights Online Philippines also support PALEA.


  2. souldipper says:

    Wow, Poch. My heart sinks over the action of PAL. My prayers are with the PALEA – is it possible that greed can be transformed into conscience in some miraculous way? If only the public would boycott the PAL service! That move really is inviting some form of retaliation. It’s asking for the wrath of many.


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