New findings revealed in BBC documentary Tutankhamun: The Truth Uncovered provide evidence of the ancient pharaoh’s poor health and likely cause of his untimely death. “When you think of Tutankhamun, you immediately think of a big golden mask, that you imagine must have been fit … Continued
Interview with Rick Kaiser, an ex-Navy SEAL who specialised in winter warfare, sniping and combat swimming. He was assigned to an Assault Squadron and was selected for the Enlisted Education…
Interview with the curator of Naval History at the National Maritime Museum, Dr James Davey
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Its key role was as flagship for the commander in chief,…
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Sexual intercourse among vertebrates – that’s animals with backbones, such as humans – is a lot older than first thought. 35 million years older, to be exact. It was previously thought intercourse and internal fertilisation began in primitive fish known as placoderms that lived around … Continued
LG has created a new ultra-wide, curved monitor providing more visual comfort when working and helping you to completely immerse yourself in movies and games. The 34UC97 is packed with stunning QHD resolution (3440 x 1440), giving you 2.4 times more visual information at one time than … Continued
From the makers of science and technology magazine How It Works comes Incredible Flying Machines. This digital-only edition is crammed full of amazing aircraft, awe-inspiring imagery and facts, making it a must-have for any aviation enthusiast. Inside, you’ll learn about drone aircraft and how … Continued
A new study, published in the journal Plos One, has revealed that extinct kangaroos were up to three times larger than the size they are today and walked on two feet instead of hopping around. The Sthenurine family of kangaroos, which existed … Continued
Everybody knows that the dodo became extinct because it was stupid… right?
1: Character: Khal Drogo
Historical counterpart: Genghis Khan
If their similar titles weren’t enough of a hint, the horse-lord of the Dothraki shares a startling number of similarities with…
Lions live in co-operative social groups, working together to hunt, fight and raise their young