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Is there an extinct civilization on Mars? Why not?

23 February 2014

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Is there an extinct civilization on Mars? Why not?

There are intriguing buildings on Mars surface, we are taking pictures of this planet from space probes since 1965; watching this video, you can see Mars landscapes showing you extinct cities, buried pyramids, stone statues, geometric forms and, without any doubt, dry lakes around the surface (or you can say that it is just a […]

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How big do you think you are?

15 February 2014

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How big do you think you are?

Let’s start with something mind friendly (click for bigger image): Believe it or not, our star is rather small compared to what’s out there. Now that you want to see more, here’s a brief ‘hand-picked’ examples of what else is out there. Throwing in some numbers: Last but not least, I cannot help but to […]

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We should listen to Bob Dean

15 February 2014

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We should listen to Bob Dean

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Electricity in ancient egypt? The secrets hidden in the pyramids

15 February 2014

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Electricity in ancient egypt? The secrets hidden in the pyramids

There is no argument when it comes to Egypt being one of the most fascinating and mysterious places on earth. Back in the day we’ve all learned that the pyramids were mausoleums of the ancient pharaohs, but could they have served a greater (and arguably surprising) purpose? In this post we wish to share a […]

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Welcome to openyourminds.info

15 February 2014

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Welcome to openyourminds.info

Welcome to openyourminds.info, we are science enthusiastics and our purpose is to collect and publish content related to general science, unexplained facts and theories, happenings from over the globe and space, and even things beyond our current understanding. We are mainly two persons and our content will benefit from our rather different perspectives, providing you with the information there is […]

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