• News 9,000 years of beers
    For many of us, an ice cold pint of beer served as a symbol of the easing of lockdown restrictions across the country. Whatever beers you had craved from the pub were first on your order. That’s how much it matters to us. Since beers are one of the most popular alcoholic beverages out there, […]
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  • Editorials How were the pyramids actually built?
    The pyramids on the Giza plateau are without question one of the most iconic and identifiable landmarks on the planet. While their stature as a landmark is unquestionable, many people perhaps don’t know exactly how they came to exist. If you’ve ever stumbled across the history channel after 10pm, you could be forgiven for thinking […]
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  • News Is human evolution and its history about to be rewritten?
    For years, the history of human evolution has been widely observed and studied by scientists. The subject has often found itself changing recently and now there might be another twist in this long, complex story. A recent discovery in a well in China could potentially suggest that another human species existed alongside Humans and Neanderthals, […]
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