There has been an interesting development in the who discovered Australia…who
Matthew Flinders remains discovered in London
The main reason this is so intersting is because our current Prime Minister #ScoMo is apparently wanting to put money ($6.7 million) towards a replica of Captain Cooks boat. Part of the reason (other than spending money on a replica boat) While Captain Cook charted the east coast, he did not circumnavigate Australia. Matthew Flinders was the first to sail around the country between 1801 and 1803.
Everyone who knows me and have been reading my Blog for a while knows just how much I love anything “ancient”. Although I am very happy with modern medications and we are more aware of how to be healthy. I think it’s just always a fascinating thing when you think about how much of the Earth we’ve discovered and we are still discovering things!
An ancient city has been discovered in the middle of the ocean
Ancient ruins in the middle of the Pacific ocean could be the remenants of a legendary race or dare we say….Atlantis.
Clips from the Science Channel series What on Earth? reveal images of a mysterious location just off the coast of the tiny nation of Micronesia.
The remote island of Pohnpei is home to the archaeological site of Nan Madol, yet very little is known about the area and the ruins that reside there.
Today I went back to school and I cannot lie, I do find studying and school magical…I would love to be able to say that I find school “Harry Potter” type magical…but it’s a different type of magic.
I love to learn…Discovering new things to discover and finding how big and yet, how small, and connected we truly are. How different we are, yet at the same time, completely the same. Learning where we’ve come from and learning where the possibilities can lead us too.
To learn something new is to find something magical every single time.