St. Louis Museum Refuses to Return Egyptian Antiquity

Posted on Feb 4, 2007 in s8int.com | no responses

ShareThe smile of Ka Nefer Nefer is thin, intimate, knowing, a little like the Mona Lisa’s. The unknown artist who shaped Nefer’s funerary mask about 3,200 years ago had a deft touch. His mask of the lady Nefer is a minor masterpiece — which is why it has caused an international art squabble, one of […]

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Cheap, Safe Drug Kills Most Cancers

Posted on Feb 2, 2007 in Science | no responses

ShareNEWSCIENTIST It sounds almost too good to be true: a cheap and simple drug that kills almost all cancers by switching off their “immortality”. The drug, dichloroacetate (DCA), has already been used for years to treat rare metabolic disorders and so is known to be relatively safe.  It also has no patent, meaning it could […]

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S8int.com Odds and Ends (On which we’re seeking a little help)

Posted on Feb 2, 2007 in Cryptids | 4 comments

Share    Here at s8int.com. we’ve got a bit of a time crunch going. Normally, we’d take time to run down more information about these objects before we presented them. Not having the time for that at the moment, we’re publishing them and asking for help. If you can help with these identifications or can […]

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The Dawkins Delusion

Posted on Feb 1, 2007 in Church of Darwin | no responses

ShareThe Dawkins Delusion By Alister McGrath, AlterNet. Posted January 26, 2007.   An Oxford theologian contends that the aggressive rhetoric of Richard Dawkins’ books masks a deep insecurity about the public credibility of atheism. Alister McGrath, a biochemist and Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University, may be Richard Dawkins’ most prominent critic. As the […]

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Sea Monster Photographed in Norwegian Lake?

Posted on Jan 27, 2007 in Cryptids | 10 comments

ShareIs this a Sea Monster?  “Einar Johannes Sandnes believes he saw a sea monster emerge at SnÃ¥savatnet (Snaasa Lake). What do you believe? By David Braendeland Could this actually be a sea monster? The creature that appeared at Snsavatneta stayed around long enough to put a scare into Einar Johannes Sandnes. Click Here to Read […]

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Sea Monsters Don’t Exist;
Are You Going to Believe Science-Or Your Lying Eyes?

Posted on Jan 23, 2007 in Cryptids | 2 comments

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Black, Brown or White, The Egyptians on the Egyptians… Not that it matters….

Posted on Jan 22, 2007 in Church of Darwin | 3 comments

Share  Here at s8int.com, it often happens that when we’re researching a particular topic, we come across other interesting information or data that we take note of and file away. Maybe a few months later we come across additional information on that filed away data and another area of research comes to the fore. For […]

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Distinctive Ornithocheirid Pterosaur on Mayan Funerary Vase from Dzibanche

Posted on Jan 15, 2007 in Dinosaurs in Literature | no responses

Share  In this section, dinosaurs in literature art & history, we believe we’ve proven (at least to the open mind) that “dinosaurs” and man co-existed. We understand that readers will find some of our “proofs” more convincing than others. Pterosaurs are/were a very diverse group of creatures but  we think that the unique look of […]

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Pyramids Older Than Egyptian Allegedly Found in Ukraine

Posted on Jan 11, 2007 in OOPARTS | no responses

ShareMOSNEWS.COM via Shane  Archaeologists in Ukraine have unearthed the remains of an ancient pyramidal structure that pre-dates those in Egypt by at least 300 years. The stone foundations of the structure, which probably resembled Aztec and Mayan ziggurats in South America, were discovered near the eastern city of Lugansk. It is thought they were laid […]

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NINE REASONS WHY THE “DAYS” IN GENESIS 1 MUST BE UNDERSTOOD AS NORMAL (24-HOUR) DAYS

Posted on Jan 4, 2007 in OOPARTS | 8 comments

Share The Hebrew word yom, translated “day,” is used more than 2,000 times in the Old Testament. In 95% of these cases, the word clearly means a 24-hour day, or the daylight portion of a 24-hour day. Since this is the way the word is most often used in the Old Testament, it should be […]

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