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Looking back we will witness civilizations rise and fall, as humanity walks down a very repetitive path of construction and destruction. Still, there are some ancient cultures that seem incredibly alien to us, legends and strange encounters cast nothing but shadow over some of these peoples. Some are said to be very advanced and tranquil only to vanish with some cataclysm and others, despite stories and accounts of encounters, never seem to have existed. Here is a list of mysteries surrounding ancient peoples. Age of the Pyramids and Sphinx Most Egyptologists believe the Great Sphinx on the Giza plateau is about 4,500 years old. I’ll just point out that the general sphinx shape is a natural formation in that part of the world, due to winds + sand. The famous Nazca lines can be found in a desert about 200 miles south of Lima, Peru. There are many, many, many theories as to the true location of Atlantis.
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Particularly if you are stuck with some problem you can’t find a workaround for, a beautiful song can give you a new perspective, let you see the problem from a different angle. And sometimes it’s just useful to make a break — for instance, watching some music videos. In this post we present some unusual music videos for your monday’s coffee break. Some of the videos are thought-provoking, some of them are funny and some are bizarre. You might want to read the descriptions of the videos — they are provided below every link. Music Videos Unkle – Rabbit in your Headlights1What is this guy whispering?
Jason Forrest – “War Photographer”2 (2005)These freaking vikings are both cool and strange. Bat for Lashes — What’s A Girl To Do300:38 is the best moment in the history of music videos. Nick Cave & Kylie Mingoue — Where The Wild Roses Grow4Probably one of the most beautiful music videos ever made. It's done. The Secrets of 'Prometheus' Explained by Reddit. WARNING: This post contains explicit spoilers for Prometheus.
We recommend you do not read this article if you have not seen the film. We have been looking forward to Ridley Scott's Prometheus for quite some time. The film's rich, viral promotional campaign included a futuristic TED Talk and an ad for the android David. Thus, we were adaquately prepared for the film itself when it opened on June 8 in the U.S. At least, we thought we were prepared. When we want explanations, we turn to the "Front Page of the Internet," Reddit. SEE ALSO: Reddit: A Beginner’s Guide.
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