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Archaeologists have opened the giant black sarcophagus discovered in the city of Alexandria a few weeks ago. Three skeletons were found inside – as well as a tepid pool of sewage... Continue Reading Giant black sarcophagus opened to reveal three skeletons Category: Science Tags: Africa Archeology Mummies
A massive black granite sarcophagus has been discovered in Egypt. It was found in a tomb 5 meters (16 feet) below the surface alongside an alabaster sculpture of a male head, thought to be that of the occupant. The lid of the 265-cm (104-in) sarcophagus is sealed with mortar, indicating that it has not been removed in its 2,000-year entombment. The find occurred in Alexandria, and is thoug
Anuar Patjane Floriuk's extraordinary black and white underwater photographs have been winning awards and stunning people around the globe for several years now. His painterly monochrome compositions present an undersea universe from a perspective that evokes a thrilling sense of wonder... Continue Reading Beautiful black and white photography delivers stunning undersea perspectives Categ
There are times when I think an image will look really good when converted to black and white. In Anthony Morganti's newest video, he tries to address the topic. How can you know when an image will look better in black and white? One of the more effective ways to identify a potentially good black and white image is to work on being able to imagine a scene in black and white. With experience
Architect Alfonso Arango has designed himself a 24-square-metre weekend retreat next to his childhood home overlooking the Andes mountains in Colombia. Read more
According to the results of a new study, soon after the creation of the solar system, Mars may have formed a primordial crust capable of hosting life. The research is based on an analysis of the rare and super-valuable Black Beauty meteorite, which was discovered in the Sahara Desert back in 2011... Continue Reading Black Beauty meteorite suggests habitable primordial Martian crust Catego
glossy dark tiles cover the street facing façade, creating a colossal looming rectangle. The post carter williamson’s black townhouse in australia is surprisingly full of light appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Black holes seem to fall into two main categories: relatively small and supermassive. That leaves a huge empty middle ground, and astronomers have long proposed that there must be intermediate-mass black holes (IMBHs) somewhere in between. Now, scientists from the University of New Hampshire have captured the best evidence so far of the existence of these mysterious middleweights, as one e
A forest of trees, artificial snow and a giant cuckoo clock provided the setting for dinners at a pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles, created by German designer Hendrik Müller for kitchen brand Gaggenau. Read more
A new computer model could help astronomers to interpret the radiation emitted by supermassive black holes as they rip apart and devour unfortunate stars. These extreme "feeding" episodes are known as Tidal Disruption Events (TDEs), and are thought to be incredibly rare, occurring in some galaxies only once every 10,000 years... Continue Reading Understanding the feeding habits of supermas


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