In the White Sands National Park in New Mexico, archeologists and experts analyzed the discovery of human footprints near ...
In 992 AD, a bust of high energy cosmic rays from the sun that was absorbed and stored by trees in the earth has helped ...
The re-analysis of an ancient jawbone reveals humans living in Central America domesticated dogs 12,000 years ago. It was ...
The archaeologists have found thousands of footprints at White Sands in New Mexico, which has left them with two challenging ...
While theories suggest that Native Americans are descended from people who migrated north from Japan, new research suggests ...
A widely believed theory about the origins of Native Americans has been dealt a huge blow by a new genetic analysis of ...
The seeds were unearthed at the 'Wishbone' hunter-gatherer site in Utah's Great Salt Lake Desert by experts led from the Far ...
Earlier this year, scientists identified early warning signs of the collapse of the Gulf Stream, an ocean current that ...
Study conducted by archaeologists from the Far Western Anthropological Research Group in Davis, California, has found the ...
The charred seeds suggest that people used tobacco over 12,000 years ago—much earlier than previously thought Within the mudflats of the Great Salt Lake Desert in Utah, archeologists uncovered four 12 ...
In a new study, published in Nature Human Behaviour on Monday, archaeologists said they've found evidence that people have ...
The discovery of burnt seeds in an ancient hearth suggests people were using tobacco as much as 9000 years earlier than previously thought.