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Screenshot from a video analyzing the alleged 'Marshenge' photograph, alongside an overhead view of Stonehenge located in Wiltshire (NASA HiRISE/Youtube) 0

Technical Overview: ‘Stonehenge’ Discovered on Mars?

‘Stonehenge’ Discovered on Mars? This year has seen an abundant amount of mysterious discoveries both here on Earth and in outer Space; from a Superhenge in Britain to countless geological formations of interest discovered across our tiny solar system. Recently, the internet has turned its attention to a peculiar grouping of rocks on the red planet which appear uncannily similar to the visible portions of the ever-famous Stonehenge back here on Earth. Mars anomaly hunters spotted what was subsequently dubbed as “Marshenge” in a photograph, estimated to have been taken by the HiRISE instrument on-board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in the same grouping of photos listed on University...

The C-Shaped Structure of Durrington Walls where the new monoliths were found, just minutes from the original 'Stonehenge'. 0

‘Superhenge’ Site Larger Than Stonehenge Discovered

‘Superhenge’ Site Larger Than Stonehenge Discovered (Wiltshire, UK) While some think of Stonehenge as a singular sight to behold, on a trek through the British countryside, stumbling across a standing stone is almost as common as finding an ancient castle forgotten by history and reclaimed by Mother Earth. Walk for a few minutes in any direction, and you’re sure to see remnants of the distant past. Though today, scientists have discovered something quite different which could shed light on our understanding of the cultures predating even the most modern of myths and legends regarding neolithic cultures predating these Roman and Medieval civilizations—perhaps even the ever-famous ‘Stonehenge’...

Face of the mysterious Shigir Idol 0

Scientists Confirm: Mysterious Humanoid ‘Shigir Idol’, “Oldest in World”

At a press conference on August 27th, scientists confirmed that the famous Shigir Idol, just recently radiocarbon-dated at approximately 11,000 years old, will become one of the oldest wooden sculptures of its kind, placing it at over twice the ages of Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid. Extracted by archaeologists in 1894, the mysterious humanoid Shigir Idol was found in bits and pieces scattered throughout a peat bog on the eastern-slope of the Middle Ural mountains in western Russia. The idle’s reconstruction, standing 9.2 feet tall in a glass box filled with inert gas to preserve the wooden remnants, is thought to have originally towered at 17.4...