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Cheese

This 3,200 Year Old Egyptian Cheese Is Cursed With a Deadly Pathogen

The cheese, made from both cow and sheep/goat milk, is contaminated with infectious bacteria.
Becky Ferreira
8.16.18
Vice News Tonight

The fight over East Jerusalem is going underground

The Israeli Palestinian conflict is coming to a head underground in East Jerusalem
VICE News
8.24.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Dinosaur Makes T. Rex Look Like a Little Bird Bitch

In a new study, researchers claim the behemoth 'Patagotitan mayorum' was the largest land animal to ever walk the earth.
Drew Schwartz
8.9.17
NEW

A Holiday Dinosaur Fossil Gift Giving Guide, Specifically for Nicolas Cage

There are plenty of ways to indulge your 'Jurassic Park' fantasies without harming science in the process.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.24.15
Europe

Thousands of 'Non-Conformist' and Plague Skeletons Are Being Dug Out of Bedlam

Bedlam burial ground in central London was in use between 1569 and 1738, and it contains the remains of 20,000 people. Some of them are now being dug up and the bones might help scientists learn how to cure the plague.
Sally Hayden
3.10.15
Art

Become A Digital Archaeologist With Clement Valla's "Surface Survey" Exhibition

The artist behind "Postcards From Google Earth," returns as an online archaeologist with a digital pickaxe.
DJ Pangburn
3.31.14
Motherboard Blog

A Brief Catalog of Weird Things Found Buried Under Cities

Walrus bones, underground tenements, and big boats. The unearthing of these accidental time capsules is surprisingly common, a reminder that we quite literally build upon our own history by forgetting it.
Lex Berko
8.6.13