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Scientist Claim to Have Found Pyramid Like Structures in Antarctica

ANTARCTICA – Scientists have discovered something unusual in the Antarctic, a group of three unique pyramid form mountains – two discovered approximately 16 kilometers inland, while the third was found just near the coastline.


An expedition into the unusual structures should answer whether they are in fact man-made or if they are in fact … Continue Reading ››

A 71-Million-Year-Old Treasure Trove of Fossils Discovered in Antarctica

ANTARCTICA – In a stunning discovery, scientist have unearthed a treasure trove of fossils that date back 71-million years.

Located in one of the most remote locations, the journey itself complicates the discovery, but what has been found there is beyond anyone’s belief.

An international team of scientist took that difficult trip, bringing … Continue Reading ››

1,300-Pound Trove of Roman Coins Discovered in Spain

MADRID, Spain –  (AP) – Workers laying pipes in a southern Spanish park have unearthed a 600-kilogram (1,300-pound) trove of Roman coins in what culture officials say is a unique historic discovery.

The Seville Archaeological Museum said the construction workers came across 19 amphoras containing thousands of bronze and silver-coated coins dating from the end … Continue Reading ››

Christie’s to Sell Vivid Blue Oppenheimer Diamond Ring – with Pre-Sale Estimates at $45 Million

GENEVA, Switzerland – Christie’s Auction will offer one of the largest, and quite arguably the highest-quality fancy vivid blue diamond to ever cross the auction block.

Named by its previous owner, the late Sir Philip Oppenheimer, the 14.62-carat, rectangular-cut diamond is just one of the standout lots at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels event in Geneva next … Continue Reading ››

Record Breaking Dive Rescue Includes $50 Million in Wartime Coins from the Depths of the Ocean

ST. HELENA – A British-led recovery team have unearthed a massive drove of over $50 million (USD) worth of silver coins from the ocean floor.

The massive discovery comes just 70 years after the SS City of Cairo was hit some 480 miles south of St. Helena in the Atlantic Ocean. The ship sank … Continue Reading ››