Feedback explores a shocking Mayan game in Mexico, while discovering the real nature of Amazon and attempting to avoid autonomous cars
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Per month after Wimbledon, Feedbacks summer of sport travels to Central America and a declare that one ancient Mayan pastime required some extremely specialist equipment. As though the administrative centre I-shaped court used to play this type of pelota werent fiendish enough, the ashes of dead rulers were used to help make the games rubber balls.
At the very least, this is the suggestion created by Juan Yadeun Angulo, an archaeologist at Mexicos National Institute of Anthropology and History. Articles in Science Alert concludes that Angulos physical evidence, from the 1300-year-old crypt in Tonin, Mexico, beneath a