News Stories relating to "peru"
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
After its closure in 2006, the Peruvian Air Force (Fuerza Aérea del Perú, or FAP) has taken the decision to resurrect its Department of Investigation of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (DIFAA) due to the increasing number of UFO reports occurring in the country.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
The conehead skulls of Peru have been dismissed as the result of 'binding,' but these are not bound skulls. In fact, they aren't even human skulls. They do not have the right bone structure to be human and they have far larger brain cases. In fact, the native practice of skull binding may have represented an effort to make themselves appear more...
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
While the northern hemisphere bakes, burns and floods, climate extremes of a different sort are striking far to the south. It's deep winter in Peru now, and the southern part of the country has just experienced a record snowfall that has brought activity to a halt, killed tens of thousands of cattle and at least four people. This type of climate...
Monday, January 21, 2013
For more than a century and a half, scientists and tourists have visited massive animal-shaped mounds, such as Serpent Mound
in Ohio (NOTE: Subscribers
can still listen to this show), created by the...
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
The Regional Director of Culture in Cusco, Peru, David Vega Centeno, said on Friday that a group of specialists has conducted studies of two mummies, one of them with strange features, which are in the private Museum of Andean Rituals in the Andahuaylillas district.
If preliminary results reveal anything unusual about the mummy other...
Saturday, January 1, 2005
Anne Strieber's new diary tells the horrifying story of agroup of scientists who knew hours before the tsunami struckthat it was going to be extremely dangerous, but were unableto communicate their knowledge to the proper authorities inthe countries involved.
Then she discusses the work of Dr. Lonnie Thompson that isreported by Linda...
Wednesday, August 6, 2003
Archeologists have a new interpretation of Macchu Picchu, known as the magical "lost city" of the Incas. To get their new evidence, they didn't have to travel to Peru?they simply dug for artifacts in the basement of the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale.
Explorer Hiram Bingham III came upon the deserted city in 1911. Ever since...
Thursday, May 29, 2003
A huge collection of ancient engraved stones, containing over 15,000 images, was found in a cave in the Peruvian desert in the early 1960's. They show details of a lost civilization that knew about medical transplants and advanced technology. Animals are depicted, including images of dinosaurs. The stones show different human races, lost...
Monday, April 21, 2003
A flood caused by a crack in a glacier may destroy the city of Huaraz in Peru. The crack has been spotted by a space satellite in a glacier high in the Peruvian Andes that feeds into Lake Palcacocha, at the top of a valley that leads down to the city. Huaraz has a population of 60,000. NASA says, "Should the large glacier chunk break off and...