Tagged: Egypt

Space Archaeology and the Discovery of Buried Egypt - Digging the Dirt

Brigid Gallagher May 28, 2011

Once upon a time archaeology was about being out with a map, a compass, a trowel and a good pair of boots.  Now its ‘Move over Indy’… Space Archaeology is here…the final frontier.  News reports this week here and here  described how images of lost, undiscovered or misunderstood archaeological sites using NASA satellites, 435 miles above earth, are changing … Read More

The secular Egyptian protest a good start for a successful revolution - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Feb 12, 2011

The ongoing Egyptian revolution has captured the attention and sympathy of people around the world. This is helped by the worldwide availability of internet access and social messaging devices. Even when the Mubarak regime cut off the internet, demonstrators were … Continue reading → … Read More