Historical Discovery: America was Reached by Humans 7,000 years ago

Humans reached America 7,000 years earlier than previously thought. Until now, it was thought that the first settlers arrived about 16,000 years ago.

Archaeologists have found dozens of human footprints in New Mexico that date between 23,000 and 21,000 years ago.

The prints were left in the mud on the shores of a lake that has dried up today.

Vandals Damaged a Footprint of a Dinosaur of 115 Million Years

Vandals have damaged a footprint of a dinosaur that has remained for 115 million years in the rocks of a state park in Victoria, Australia, according to the France press and the DPA.

The security personnel at the Benaran Sea Park in Inverlack - one of the few "dinosaur" ice age sites in the world - has found that parts of the footprint are broken off by a hammer.

Incredible new discovery! Human-like footprints found in Crete dated to 5.7 million year! (photos)

Human-like footprints have been found stamped into an ancient sea shore fossilised beneath the Mediterranean island of Crete.
They shouldn’t be there.
Testing puts the rock’s age at 5.7 million years.
That’s a time when palaeontologists believe our human ancestors had only apelike feet.
And they lived in Africa.

Concept of Design Biennial announced

The third Istanbul Design Biennial will be held from Oct. 22 to Dec. 4, 2016, under the auspices of the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (?KSV) with a focus on the connection between design and humanity.

Curators Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley announced the concept of the biennial at a meeting held Dec. 1 at the Istanbul Archaeological Museums Library.