Tiny golden scrolls found on 2,000-year-old skeleton contain ancient magic spells

Tiny golden scrolls found on 2,000-year-old skeleton contain ancient magic spells

Archaeologists excavating a site associated with the ancient Roman city of Viminacium in modern day Serbia have stumbled upon something very unusual: tiny sheets of gold and silver, rolled up like scrolls and placed inside diminutive lead amulets, with mysterious writing etched on them. Scholars now believe the etchings are ancient magic spells, reports The Guardian.

BAE Systems has posted concept video footage of a process to create drones of the future.

This company plans to grow armies of drones in giant tubs of chemicals

Happy almost Independence Day, America, now prepare to witness the impending doom stalking humanity in the form of drones that are “grown” from chemical compounds. Yes, really. Evoking images from the liquid metal and nearly unstoppable Terminator from the movies, BAE Systems has posted concept video footage of a process to create drones of the future.

Elijah Wood Just Exposed Hollywood’s Organized Pedophilia Ring

Elijah Wood Just Exposed Hollywood’s Organized Pedophilia Ring

Corey Feldman, During interview with ABC News Up until now, Corey Feldman’s attempt to blow the whistle on pedophilia and child abuse in Hollywood, have fallen on deaf ears. The actor’s troubled past made him easily dismissable in the mainstream, and his bombshell accusations were simply swept under the rug.

Automata blog

The Automata Blog

It is with great sadness that we share the news that the great toymaker, Ron Fuller, passed away yesterday. He was an early and important figure in the growth of contemporary automata. Certainly, he will be missed. We are, however, left with his example, his writings, and his creations.

Rumors are circulating that scientists have detected gravity waves for the first time ever

Scientists may have detected gravity waves for the first time ever

Physicists have searched for ripples in the fabric of spacetime for nearly 100 years, ever since Albert Einstein’s 1915 theory of relativity predicted they exist. These ripples, called gravitational waves, happen when a massive celestial object suddenly moves, like when a star explodes, or when two massive objects collide, like the merging of two black holes.