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Wine traces 8,000-year-old discovered in Georgia

The world's earliest evidence of grape wine-making has been detected in 8,000-year-old pottery jars unearthed in Georgia. Previously the oldest chemical evidence of wine in the Near East dated to 5,400-5,000 BC (about 7,000 years ago) and was from the Zagros Mountains of Iran.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
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Mathematically the aging process can’t stop, scientists say

It's mathematically impossible to halt aging in multicellular organisms like humans, researchers from University of Arizona say. "Aging is mathematically inevitable - like, seriously inevitable. There's logically, theoretically, mathematically no way out," said Joanna Masel, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
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New discovery inside the Great Pyramid of Giza

Archaeologists have uncovered a mysterious enclosure hidden deep inside the Great Pyramid of Giza. It’s a massive cavity which stretches for at least 30 meters and lies above the grand gallery, in fact an impressive ascending corridor that connects the Queen’s chamber to the King’s.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: Discoveries

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