The coming decades and centuries will likely see languages change in profound ways due to technological progress, globalization, and shifts in human culture. Incorporating digital and electronic elements will be one such change. Concepts like “googling” something, “uploading a post,” or “pdf’ing a document” could evolve into fundamental parts of languages as software and interfaces … Continue reading The Hybrid Tongue – Reversing the Tower of Babel Incident and Languages of the Future
A group of mummies in Mexico that have been attracting visitors for decades may also be spreading fungal infections to humans, according to experts. The mummies, known as The Mummies of Guanjuato, were not deliberately preserved but rather became mummified due to environmental factors. They have been exhibited in various places, including the United States, … Continue reading The Shrouds of Death – The Curse of the Modern Mummy Persists
The Chernobyl dogs are a population of feral dogs that live in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, which is the area around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant that was evacuated after the 1986 nuclear disaster. The dogs are the descendants of pets that were left behind by the evacuees, and they have been living in the … Continue reading Homo Immortalis – The Return of the Old Gods
The ages pass. Things live and things die. What’s left is decay, buried in the soil for millennia, and modern archaeologists parse said data and write history. However, given a single comfortable narrative, is it possible that uncomfortable data is suppressed? Is this a vast conspiracy aimed at the past, to control the present, to … Continue reading Forbidden Archaeology And Odd Skeletons – Purposely Left Out Of The Academic Record?