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GPR Helping Restore History

Published on August 27, 2012 By vadams

During the past few weeks there has been news of ground penetrating radar being used to restore history on 2 different parts of our planet. One project takes place in Stony Point New Jersey where Dr. Alexander Gates , professor of Earth and Environmental Science, along with a group of high school students used GPR [...]

GPR Helps Locate Mammoth Bones

Published on June 26, 2012 By vadams

A few years ago an Iowa farmer came across a very large bone while out looking for berries near their home. The family continued to dig and found additional bones which they kept in their living room. They kept it a secret until recently when he asked a geosciences professor from the University of Iowa [...]

Ground Penetrating Radar Helps Find Noah’s Ark

Published on December 12, 2011 By vadams

With the use of secret military satellite imagery and ground penetrating radar scientists are claiming to have found pieces of Noah’s Ark buried under ice near the peak of Mt. Ararat in Turkey. Two large sections of Noah’s ark are claimed, by Daniel McGivern and his team, to be resting about 350 feet below the [...]

Ground Penetrating Radar Instrumental In Roman Archaeological Finds

Published on September 12, 2011 By vadams

Roman Amphitheatre Found In England A large Roman Amphitheatre has been discovered buried below the summit of Studforth Hill outside of Aldborough village in Yorkshire England. The team of researchers from Cambridge University was led by a local woman who was told about the legend of a Roman amphitheatre by her grandfather. Until this discovery [...]

GPR Used To Help Find Mona Lisa!

Published on July 6, 2011 By vadams

An archaeology team lead by Professor Silvano Vinceti in Florence, Italy, are searching for the remains of a woman thought to be the model who sat for Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”. This mystery woman is believed to be Lisa Gherardini. After 2 weeks of surveying the Ground Penetrating Radar crew found the location of [...]