Massam Corrumpit Hard outer casing surrounding a somewhat fleshy substance which seems to be sufficient in satiating appetite. When extracted correctly the remaining shell creates a useful vessel. This concept art was by Matt Hatton I have identified this to be a bumpy gourd. It’s interesting that David mentions it’s sufficient to satiate an appetite, […]

The Vivisected Engineer combined with David by Michelangelo Though studied for centuries in various cultures, the fields of anatomy and experimental physiology began to progress around 300 B.C. Scientific studies involving the vivisection and dissection of animals including those conducted by notable scientists such as Aristotle, Galen, and Vesalius. While Greek law prohibited the dissection […]

via Prometheus-by-Minute Episode 01 Episode 1 of Prometheus by Minute by Courtney(Now Connor) Coulson, in which he introduces himself and discusses the structure of the show and why he decided to pursue the gruelling task of analysing every aspect of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus movie. Have a listen and enjoy! – @muthur9000

  This could be another link to the green stone in the Head Room. Around 14.8 million years ago a meteorite hit the earth with a collective force greater than all the atomic bombs on Earth combined, it was enough to vaporise terrestrial rock. When that vapour condensed and cooled and fell back to Earth […]

Sumerian: 𒍣𒅔𒋤𒁺 ZI.IN.SUD.DU A single fragmentary tablet excavated in Nippur tells of the gods An, Enlil, Enki and Ninhursanga. They create the Sumer (black-headed people) and ensure they create comfortable conditions for the animals to live and procreate. Then kingship descends from heaven, and the first cities are founded: Eridu, Bad-tibira, Larak, Sippar, and Shuruppak. In the next part after the missing piece of the tablet, the gods have […]

The Witch of Endor By D. Martynov (1826-1889), Public Domain, Just before Peter Weyland leaves to meet his “maker” Vickers tells him if he goes out there, he will die. Meredith Vickers: If you’re really going down there, you’re going to die. Peter Weyland: Very negative way of looking at things. Exactly why you should […]