Inside some of graves, the researchers also found a number of artifacts, including amulets, bracelets, and pottery.But, one grave in particular stands out from the rest, with evidence that the child was buried ‘without any care.’ The latest concept images (pictured) for a floating island habitat off the coast off Tahiti take inspiration from the rich Polynesian culture, in particular from traditional navigation.The overall shape of the construction reflects the pattern of a fish hook, an ancestral tool that symbolises the actions of the demigod Maui.Its creators hope to incorporate modern technology that will let dwellers live in harmony with the surrounding environment.The object (pictured from the William Herschel Telescope inset), known as Oumuamua, was heated to more than 300°C as it passed by but it is thought a half-metre thick coating prevented it from being vaporised.The findings suggest that the Oumuamua is a 'natural body', and not an alien spacecraft as suggested.
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A series of cave paintings have been found on the Indonesian island of Kisar, which measures just 31 square miles (81 sq km) and is home to 28,000 people.
The scenes, which are at least 2,500 years old, depict boats (circled in red in left-hand images, digital scans pictured to their right), dogs (top right images), horses, and warriors holding what look like shields (bottom right images). artificial intelligence expert Martin Ford, has warned that all human jobs will be replaced by robots in the future, but that plumbers, electricians and nurses will stay in employment the longest.