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Ancient Greek warriors had a twisted sense of humor
posted August 26 2011 3:42.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is an image that a friend of mine sent me some days ago. What you see is a couple of lead sling bullets from ancient Greek warriors. The one on the left side has engraved a...

[Via: ragb]    [Link: wikipedia]
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Tags: warfare   ancient   crazy story   sick   hilarious   



This is the oldest eye and has 3000 lenses! OMG!
posted July 6 2011 11:28.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This 515 million years old eye belongs to a rather strange marine creature. The "fish" was able to see in the dark, thanks to the 3000 lenses that this eye has, and its complexity...

[Link: abc]
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Tags: animals   omg   insane   history   ancient   








Real images from past Armageddons
posted May 25 2011 12:13.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It happened before, it will happen again, its just a question of when. Here is a collection of 5 famous meteorite craters on earth, reminding that the Earth was not always a peaceful...

[Via: newsbeast]
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Tags: asteroid   ancient   explosion   history   space related   health & nature   



Watch how a sword was made back in the Bronze age
posted May 5 2011 13:41.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Eras ago, back when people used copper for their tools and weapons, bronze was the ultimate casting metal! Neil Oliver experiments with traditional methods of making a Bronze Age...

[Link: BBC]
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