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Mars' deep climate history

Mars' deep climate history

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Ancient proteins

Ancient proteins

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Extraterrestrial Sugar

Extraterrestrial Sugar

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Homo Floresiensis - real-life Hobbits

Homo Floresiensis - real-life Hobbits

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Far from the Shire in Middle-earth, real-life hobbits actually lived in Indonesia, and they were much more interested in stone tools than a magical ring...

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

Mankind has gone to great lengths to explore space. It is a natural curiosity that has led us to build incredible machines and push the boundaries of what we thought was possible. From the incredible space experiments and record-breaking astronauts to multiverse theories and the hunt for wormholes.

“Many religions now come before us with ingratiating smirks and outspread hands, like an unctuous merchant in a bazaar. They offer consolation and solidarity and uplift, competing as they do in a marketplace. But we have a right to remember how barbarically they behaved when they were strong and were making an offer that people could not refuse.”

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

L'antica Roma in 25 minuti - Youtube.com

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

DW Documentary - Youtube.com
Space-Rip - Youtube.com
^_^

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Guest
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The maker of this group is a goddamn nerd, I swear to god...

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

How old is bread? It's history, isn't it? Right? :D

The earliest recognizable forms of flat bread, made from a paste of ground cereals and water, appear with the first farming communities of the Fertile Crescent, about 10,000 years ago.

Although the agriculturalist diet was less nutritionally diverse than that of earlier hunter gatherers, the importance of bread in the development of human society shouldn’t be underestimated.

Without the intensification of cereal production, early farming communities would have had insufficient food resources to supply those engaged in non-procurement activities, such as art and literature. Without bread, civilisation could have taken a very different turn.

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

From critically acclaimed author Lawrence Krauss comes a boldly titled book "The Greatest Story Ever Told… So Far" that showcases both the wonder of physics and his expert ability to convey it simply to a non-expert audience.

Some of the chapters are, at the very least, tailored for an enthusiast of the physical laws, but that should not dissuade those who are interested in investigating humanity’s place in nature.

In 23 chapters Krauss guides us through the features of the universe that govern our very existence and reveals the questions that remain a mystery to our greatest minds, which are bound to intrigue.

lecture - Youtube.com

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Paul-F1 Creator
Paul-F1

Why is hydrogen so common in the universe?

As the simplest element (with just one proton in its nucleus), hydrogen was produced in vast quantities in the early universe and has dominated ever since.

Protons and neutrons appeared one second after the Big Bang. Pairs of protons and neutrons combined to form deuterium nuclei, which fused to create helium nuclei. But the abundance of protons relative to neutrons meant that single protons (in other words hydrogen nuclei) outnumbered helium nuclei and the early universe ended up consisting of roughly 75 percent hydrogen and 25 percent helium atoms by mass.

Other elements were created much later when hydrogen and helium fused inside stars.

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~Raihan👻Weiss~
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History, my favorite subject. Count me in.

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Emp_Raja
Emp_Raja

So what can be best topics?
Harut and Marut?
Black holes and time skipping/stoping?
Ah Rome?

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_V_ Creator
_V_

Freeborn Roman women were not able to vote, hold political office or serve in the military, and only rarely owned land or businesses in their own right. Largely excluded from education, the women of Rome were forever subject to their fathers and husbands, to the point of having no legal rights over their own children.

Gravitational time dilation becomes quite significant when space-time is curved by a massive, dense matter such as black hole.

Magic is an intricate subject, it's mostly misinterpreted and illusive though.

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Emp_Raja
Emp_Raja

oh and i have read that Roman Army only recruited kind of a Rich Men or those who got land.
If you got no Land you cant join Roman Army.
but that was changed i guess due to need of more manpower.

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I think dolfy wants peach jam with bread and butter
Here you go Cookdiary.net

Harut and Marut (Arabic: هاروت وماروت) are the two angels mentioned in the second surah of the Qur'an who were present during the reign of the prophet Solomon and Hazarat Ali said those two angels were in the time of Hazarat Idress and were located at a location called Babel. The Qur'an indicates that they were a trial for the people and through them the people were tested with sorcery. (Sura Al-Baqara, verse 102).

Here are 15 powerful women of ancient Rome Listverse.com

I think Yukino is right that they held not power but they were very spoiled and loved women by their husbands , any gifts they could ask , any deed done by their husbands for their pleasure . Oh , and they had public baths too where they were bathing nude and men were sleeping with them there . Rome was full of debauchery but fun

Ask me all you want about time travel dolfy
I think i know many things about it except where to find a time gate to use it..

Magic was the force that ruled the world long ago before technology . It has vanished so technology/science can rule now


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