More Archaeological Proof of King Hezekiah’s Kingdom

And a groundbreaking study shows all mammals share equal brain connectivity
Israel Antiquities Authority Excavations at the Arnona Site from the First Temple Period Reveal the Impressive Remains of Structures.
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Last week, archaeologists in Jerusalem showcased a recently discovered administration storage center from the time period of biblical king Hezekiah. The new discovery adds to the growing picture of life during the biblical period from 2700 years ago. On today’s podcast, host Brent Nagtegaal talks with archaeologist Christopher Eames about the significance of the discovery.

Nagtegaal also discusses a recent study from Tel Aviv University showing how all mammal brains are equally efficient at transferring information. The study overturns previous assumptions that greater efficiency of the human brain accounts for its superior output when compared to animals.

Show Notes

120 Seals Discovered in Excavation of Hezekiah and Manasseh ‘Administration Center’

Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered, Exhibit Brochure

What Science Can’t Discover About the Human Mind by Herbert Armstrong

MRI study reveals all mammals, including humans, share equal brain connectivity

Animal brains v human brains – let the Battle of the Brains commence!

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