Posts Tagged ‘copper’

Unique Copper Age Burial Discovered By Russian Archaeologists

A sacred looking “Amber Burial” has been found in Russia. The Copper Age grave is so laden in amber buttons and other items made from the rare resin rock, and steeped in ochre at the burial site, that nothing like this has even been discovered before. The prehistoric Copper Age burial site, loaded with a […]

Copper cathode output up 10% in 3 months yr/yr

TEHRAN- Iran’s production of the copper cathode has increased 10 percent during the first three months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-June 21), as compared to the same period of time in the past year. The country has produced 75,579 tons of copper cathode during the three-month period of this year. Although, production […]

Study of Ushabti Copper Origins Enlightens Egypt’s Dark Age

While many archaeologists focus on the symbolic meaning of recovered temple treasures and grave goods, others concentrate on their origin stories. In this case a team of scientists have used high technology to peer into the microscopic fabric of four tomb figurines called ushabtis , and the results have revealed volumes about ancient trade routes through […]

Rare Inscribed Medieval Era Copper Plates Found at Srisailam Temple

Recently, a fabulous discovery was made that has greatly enriched the history of an already vibrant temple. Twenty-one medieval era copper plates have been unearthed by the Srisailam authorities at the Mallikarjuna Temple in India, which are dated to the 16th century, or even earlier. The plates were inscribed in the subcontinental languages of Sanskrit, […]

The Copper Age: When Metallurgy Came to Rule the World

The so-called Chalcolithic – or the Copper Age – is one of the great eras of cultural development, fitting into the main framework of man’s crucial steps towards civilization. This period introduced copper into the metalworking industry, ushering the world into a wholly new phase, and paving the way towards the use of bronze. As […]

Copper concentrate production rises 6% in 11 months

TEHRAN- Production of copper concentrate in Iran rose six percent during the 11 months from March 20, 2020 until February 18, 2021 (which was the first 11 months of the past Iranian calendar year), as compared to the same period of time in its preceding year. As reported, over 46 million tons of copper concentrate […]

Native North Americans Were Making Copper Tools in 7,500 BC

Refinements in radiocarbon dating technology have caused archaeologists, anthropologists, and ancient historians to  modify their beliefs  about the timeline of copper tools and the metalworking of the Old Copper Culture, which emerged among Native Americans living in the Great Lakes region of North America many thousands of years ago. Past estimates traced the start of […]

Nearly 100,000 tons of copper concentrate produced in 10 months

TEHRAN- During the first ten months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2020 – January 19, 2021), 998,000 tons of copper concentrate has been produced in Iran. Meanwhile, production of copper concentrate stood at 92,803 tons in the tenth month of the present year, which was nine percent less than the figure of […]

Iran’s annual copper output to hit new record high

TEHRAN – Head of National Iranian Copper Industries Company (NICIC) has said the country’s copper production is going to break new records in the current Iranian calendar year (ends on March 20). Speaking on the sidelines of the 16th International Exhibition for Mines, Construction Machinery and Related Industry and Equipment (Iran ConMin), Ardeshir Sa’d-Mohammadi announced […]

Enigma: The Copper Scroll Treasure List Decoded

The Dead Sea copper scroll has been deciphered. In a fascinating decoding exercise, it was discovered that the numbers listed as weights of treasures and cubit measurements on the scroll, were actually the indices of a magnificent calendar matrix. The findings end one of the most intriguing Biblical mysteries, which had confounded scholars for over […]

Could Copper Toxicity Be at the Root of Your Chronic Fatigue, Depression and Poor Immune Function?

November 16th, 2017 By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World By now, most of us concerned with preserving health are aware of the dangers of toxic heavy metals like aluminum, cadmium, mercury, lead and arsenic that we pick up from our water and food supply, as well as from the air we breath. But what […]

11 Reasons Why You Should Drink Water from Copper Vessels

Copper mugs and pitchers can do much more than just decorate a trendy kitchen; they can keep your mind and body sharp. Ayurveda medicine has long lauded the benefits of storing water in copper vessels. Water stored overnight in copper will become infused with the properties and pass the benefits along to your body and […]

Your Copper Cups Could Be Poisoning You…. If You Own Moscow Mule Mugs, You’ll Want to Read This…..

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American College of Physicians encourages doctors to ‘counsel’ patients on guns and report data to third parties

(NaturalNews) The American College of Physicians, the second largest physician group in the U.S., is pushing doctors to question patients about firearm safety, as shown in a new report published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The report reminds doctors that the law doesn’t prevent them from asking patients about firearms, and encourages […]

Three implications of Mullah Mansoor’s death for Taliban, Afghanistan

Alwaght- A faction of Taliban led by Mullah Mohammed Abdul Rasul that a month ago appointed Mullah Abdul Manan Niazi, the brother of Mullah Omar, as one of his deputies, confirmed the death of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor. The spokesman of the first deputy of the Afghanistan’s president said on Friday, “according to the latest reports, […]

Syrian Showdown: Russia, Iran Rally Forces, US Rearms Rebels As "Promised" Battle For Alep

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Wireless internet mobility overtakes copper

AUSTRALIANS anxious to stay connected on the road have for the first time pushed wireless ahead of copper as the most common form of broadband used in Australia. The Australian Bureau of Statistics internet activity report for the six months to June has revealed that the number of consumers using some form of wireless service […]

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