Girls’ Math Skills May Fall Short Of Boys’ Because Of Male Impulsiveness. By: LiveScience.com, staff Published: 07/28/2012 10:45 PM EDT on LiveScience From an early age, boys tend to take a more impulsive approach to math problems in the classroom, which might help them get ahead of girls in the long-run, suggests the latest study […]

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# Amazing Methods of Calculation

25,000 yr old Mathematical Instrument found in Congo The oldest complex Mathematical System was found in 1950 in Eastern Congo in the region known as Ishango. It is a carved bone which consisted of notches on 3 faces on the carved bone. These notches suggests an ancient knowledge of multiplication and prime numbers using the […]

Read More# Ancient Pavement Strip at Yundum, Gambia Airport?

The discovery of an ancient pavement floor made out of carefully polished stones & giant plates tightly fitted together were inspected by authorities. The only thing was found… Caulk joints between the slabs. What was it for? When was it built? Why was this made? In 1987 Gambia then agreed to NASA’s request as the U.S. space agency was interested […]

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