Nawarla Gabarnmang, the oldest cave painting in the world

Nawarla Gabarnmang, the oldest cave painting in the world

Nawarla Gabarnmang is a large rockshelter located in remote Jawoyn Aboriginal country in southwestern Arnhem Land, Australia. Within it is one of the oldest cave paintings in the world (the oldest painting, according to some archaeologists). Much older than Stonehenge, the ancient monument of Gobekli Tepe (9000 BC) or even than the pyramids, Nawarla Gabarnmang […]

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Aliens from the ocean depths – declarations of some submarine commanders

Aliens from the ocean depths – declarations of some submarine commanders

In the middle of April 2015, press agencies had broadcast news according to which some researchers at Penn State University, Pennsylvania, USA, “had brushed” 100,000 galaxies, “without finding any signs of possible advanced civilizations”. Leaving aside the fact that Terra doesn’t really have a technique to enable “brush” some galaxies, that 100,000 is not too […]

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