Published September 27, 2012
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Tags: archeology, blogs, fossils, Mexico, pleistocene, science, SciTechDaily, technology
More than a hundred bones of animals, some which could be of human origin from the final stages of the Pleistocene period, were found in the Atontonilco de Tula, Hidalgo scattered within an area of 100 acres, between 7 and 10 meters in depth.
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I’ve always been mesmerized by the crystalline structures of Superman’s Fortress of Solitude, especially in the original movie. It looked amazing, and now I’m amazed to find out that there is actually something that looks like it in the real world.
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VivaCalaca is a short animation by Ritxi Ostáriz with music by Voltaire. It’s based on the Day of the Dead, celebrated every year in Mexico [El Día de los Muertos]. (via cpluv)