Redditor Evilenglish was helping his family clear out his grandparents’ old farmhouse in Tennessee last week when he discovered a block of concrete on the floor of a closet under a staircase.
“This was very out of place since all of the downstairs flooring is hardwood,” he wrote. “I pushed the carpet back further and saw a round cap with a circle indentation on it. I pulled off the cap and…A Secret Safe!” . . . Read Complete Report
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“The diagram compares the planets of the inner solar system to Kepler-69, a two-planet system about 2,700 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. The two planets of Kepler-69 orbit a star that belongs to the same class as our sun, called G-type”. . . . Source NASA
NASA’s planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like ideal places for some sort of life to flourish. They are just the right size and in just the right place near their star. It was a major breakthrough for astronomers when they located not one, but two habitable planets. Ian O’Neill astrophysicist and space producer of the www.discoverynews.com joins us to talk about this discovery.
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Armed with a basic metal detector, a first-time treasure hunter in Britain reportedly has uncovered a trove of Roman-era gold coins that experts believe represents one of the largest such finds in England’s history.
The cache of coins – Roman solidi dating back to the 4 th century – is estimated to be worth £100,000, or about $160,000 in U.S. dollars.
According to the Helmel Gazette newspaper, the man – whose name has not been made public – reportedly bought a beginner’s metal detector from a shop in the Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, area. A few weeks later, the man returned to the shop, showed the shopkeepers 40 gold coins, and asked them: “What do I do with this?” . . . Read Complete Report