This team of scientists set out to solve the mystery of chunks of ancient glass scattered in a remote part of the Sahara Desert.
And their quest will take them on a perilous journey into the Great Sand Sea, the wastes of Siberia, and the test site of the world’s first atomic bomb in New Mexico.
In 1996 in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Italian mineralogist Vincenzo de Michele spotted an unusual yellow-green gem in the middle of one of Tutankhamun's necklaces.
The jewel was tested and found to be glass, but intriguingly it is older than the earliest Egyptian civilization. Working with Egyptian geologist Aly Barakat, they traced its origins to unexplained chunks of glass found scattered in the sand in a remote region of the Sahara Desert. But the glass is itself a scientific enigma.
How would the world look without humans in it? Are humans the evil in this world? We often hear that humans make the world a worse place, not a better place.This documentary explor...