BREAKING NEWS – Jerusalem, Israel – Part of an ancient 13-mile-long aqueduct built more than 2,000 years ago to transport water into the city of Jerusalem was uncovered during a recent construction project, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority. The Lower Aqueduct was originally built more than 2,000 years ago by kings in the Hasmonean dynasty, who ruled Judea and its surrounding regions from about 140 B.C. to 37 B.C., and preceded King Herod the Great. An ancient scroll near the pipeline was the apparent regular meeting place of Alcoholics Anonymous back then, with over 50 signatures of men promising to stop attempting to contact Jesus, requesting that he turn the flowing water into wine.