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5 days ago5d

Posted by Dyl1983
In interview, Ron Johnson says it may be true that COVID vaccine causes AIDS.
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Health & Happiness
1 week ago1w

Posted by FvckY0u
I'm staying in an extended stay hotel. It's nice and clean with friendly helpful staff. I have noticed one possible issue though. On a couple of occasions I've turned on the fan to "constant mode" during the night. On those occasions I've woken ...
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Dating for Real People
1 week ago1w

Posted by Organist1
It must be silly season! I put this under dating for real people only because I didn't know what else to call it! I was contacted on a dating site by someone who initially sounded rather interesting, because he plays historic music on an old banjo, ...
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General & Hellos
1 week ago1w

Posted by Triphid
A very rare and extremely ancient photograph that has just been found has come to light. Please enjoy it. LOL.
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Progressives, Socialists, and Black Lives Matter
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by phxbillcee
Beau of the Fifth Column - Let's talk about MLK and black people wanting more....
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Religion & Spirituality
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by St-Sinner
Want try ancient Hinduism? Like every religion, they say it is superior to any.
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Politics
2 weeks ago2w

Posted by yvilletom
Ancient words, relevant now: Were the people to rule themselves they would create trust. May they ever have distrust for one another, for as our need for power hurries us on, fortune can give us no greater gift than their mutual distrust. ...
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Academic (e.g., Science)
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by Larimar
Non binary warrior found in ancient burial
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Music Fans
3 weeks ago3w

Posted by EyesThatSmile
Lucas Imbiriba. Spanish guitar like no other. Amazing.
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
1 month ago1m

Posted by Marionville
SOPHISTRY. - Noun…the use of clever but false arguments, especially with the intent of deceiving; superficially plausible, but generally fallacious method of reasoning “ political selection is more dependent on sophistry and less on economic ...
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Posts
1 month ago1m

Posted by kmaz
Here is an excellent video (a text slide show basically) looking hard at Jewish mythology. It was apparently published on youtube in 2011. The video is only about 6 minutes long, but it involves reading slides, so it took me longer than that to ...
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Quotes
1 month ago1m

Posted by Marionville
“Nothing makes one as healthy as happiness, and there is no greater happiness than making someone else happy”……………….Stefan Sweig.
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Silly, Random & Fun
1 month ago1m

Posted by MaryChristmas
Today's lesson on ancient Greece.
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News & Links
1 month ago1m

Posted by Petter
Lewd Roman insult found on stone near Hadrian's Wall. Historians were left blushing when they deciphered ancient Roman graffiti carved into stone near Hadrian's Wall. The insulting comment, inscribed more than 1,700 years ago, was ...
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CLASSIC ROCK RULES
1 month ago1m

Posted by Marionville
Little Richard. - Long Tall Sally…1955. …..I was 10 years old when my 16 year old older brother bought this and we rocked around the house to it!! 🎶🎵
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General & Hellos
1 month ago1m

Posted by Matias
Should you wonder what motivation a man can have who kills 20 little children, just like that (not even for racist motives), the answer is: herostratism. In 356 BCE, Herostratos set fire to the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the Seven Wonders ...
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Silly, Random & Fun
1 month ago1m

Posted by snytiger6
LINKIn 1869, Two Laborers Dug Up The So-Called "Cardiff Giant" | IFLScience
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Politics
1 month ago1m

Posted by Umbrella_Guard
LINKMH17 | 60 Minutes Archive - ukraine 2014
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visual art
May 18May 18

Posted by skado
! Awesome! Letter from Pablo Picasso about the art of his time: ——— “From the moment that art is no longer the first food that nourishes the best, the artist can exercise his talent in all attempts of new formulas, in all the whims of ...
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Metal music
May 14May 14

Posted by Garf
Draconian - The last hour of ancient sunlight
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visual art
May 8May 8

Posted by HankHunter13
Frida Kahlo
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Just for Laughs
May 6May 6

Posted by St-Sinner
A happy diner
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 6May 6

Posted by Mooolah
LINKA woman bought a sculpture at Goodwill for $34.99. It actually was a missing ancient Roman bust.
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visual art
May 4May 4

Posted by skado
Discovering ancient cave art using 3D photogrammetry: pre-contact Native American mud glyphs from 19th Unnamed Cave, Alabama Read article at this link: If the following video is not available here, there’s a link to it in the ...
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General & Hellos
May 4May 4

Posted by Matias
Fetus and baby - what is the ethical difference? My sister tried to convince me that there was an inconsistency in the main arguments of those who favor "pro choice" in the thorny topic of abortion She asked me (and I have to confess that I was not ...
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
May 2May 2

Posted by gsiamne
Ancient zircons may record the dawn of plate tectonics:
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Bookwurmz
May 2May 2

Posted by snytiger6
One of the best books I have ever read about climate change, was "The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight" by Thom Hartmann. The writing and explanations were/are very eloquent and easy to understand and it convinces through explanation rather than by ...
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World Music
Apr 28Apr 28

Posted by Julie808
The Winning Kahiko Hula Dance for Merrie Monarch Festival 2022. Our Kauai Hula Halau made our little island so very proud by winning the Merrie Monarch Festival awards for best performance in both the 'Auana (modern) and Kahiko (ancient) dancing ...
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World Music
Apr 28Apr 28

Posted by Julie808
The Winning 'Auana Hula Dance for Merrie Monarch Festival 2022. Our Kauai Hula Halau made our little island very proud by winning the Merrie Monarch Festival awards for best performance in both the 'Auana (modern) and Kahiko (ancient) dancing last...
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Trump Pinata
Apr 26Apr 26

Posted by OldMetalHead
I hope he keeps trying to make that Truth Social shit show work instead
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Just for Laughs
Apr 23Apr 23

Posted by RichieO
The truth is mundane? In catholic countries the virgin Mary is a very big deal, But do you think they listen when I tell them that the reality is, it’s all about a real cock-up. When the original scrolls were translated from ancient Hebrew the ...
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Out Of The Illusion
Apr 21Apr 21

Posted by William_Mary
From Syria to Ukraine, Western Media Is Practicing the Same Lies. Eva Bartlett Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett affirmed that the crimes of terrorist organizations in Syria and cover-up of the Western media have been repeated again since the ...
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Political Posts, Articles and Memes
Apr 19Apr 19

Posted by Trajan61
With the runaway inflation we’re having here in the US and the turmoil around the world like the war in the Ukraine , increased turmoil in the Mideast and record illegal immigration I’ve often wondered how many people have regretted voting for ...
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Religion & Spirituality
Apr 18Apr 18

Posted by xenoview
Sacred hares, banished winter witches and pagan worship – the roots of Easter Bunny traditions are ancient A folklorist explains the prehistoric origins of the mythical Easter Bunny and why this longstanding cultural symbol keeps returning each ...
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Posts
Apr 18Apr 18

Posted by OldGoat43
INTERNATIONAL CANNABIS NEWS4/18/2022 Mexican regulators awarded medical cannabis cultivation permits to 26 organizations. LINK: Canadian senators discussed medical cannabis with ...
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
Apr 16Apr 16

Posted by Marionville
ULSTER. - Noun…a man’s long loose overcoat made from heavy, rough cloth, typically with a belt at the back. Late 19th century: from Ulster - one of the four ancient provinces of Ireland, where it was originally manufactured and sold.
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News & Links
Apr 14Apr 14

Posted by JonnaBononna
LINKOur food system isn’t ready for the climate crisis | Food | The Guardian
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ACHES AND PAINS
Apr 10Apr 10

Posted by Jolanta
In case of a headache. Stretch your neck.
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
Apr 5Apr 5

Posted by davers
hieroglyphic adjective designating or pertaining to a pictographic script, particularly that of the ancient Egyptians, in which many of the symbols are conventionalized, recognizable pictures of the things represented.
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Quotes
Mar 30Mar 30

Posted by LenHazell53
“What will become of virtue if riches are to be acquired at any cost? The politicians of the ancient world spoke constantly of morals and virtue; ours speak of nothing but commerce and money.” Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
Mar 28Mar 28

Posted by TheoryNumber3
Although the word "decimate" is not uncommon by any means, its correct definition is. The specific complaint is that "decimate had the specific meaning, in ancient Rome, of killing one of every ten soldiers, as a form of military punishment. There ...
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Religion & Spirituality
Mar 25Mar 25

Posted by xenoview
Pope’s peace prayer for Ukraine recalls ancient prophesy To hammer home its universal nature, the Vatican translated the text of the prayer into three dozen languages.
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News & Links
Mar 25Mar 25

Posted by fishline79
OUR FRIENDSHIP WITH INDIA: (a speculative opinion) Virtually every convenience store in America and probably half of physicians and attendants are Indian and they make many of our pharmaceuticals, not to mention the many restaurants and discount ...
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Posts
Mar 23Mar 23

Posted by Killtheskyfairy
Animals say the darndest things?
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Legalize Cannabis Nationwide/Worldwide
Mar 23Mar 23

Posted by OldGoat43
FEDERAL CANNABIS NEWS3/23/2022 The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality published the first annual update of an ongoing review of cannabis and other plant-based treatments for chronic pain. LINK: ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 21Mar 21

Posted by MizJ
LINKIn Peru, skull of 'marine monster' points to fearsome ancient predator | Reuters
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All Things Astronomy
Mar 21Mar 21

Posted by NeverSure
neat theory, even if it's still easier to make them in a local oven ... Diamonds may stud Mercury’s crust Billions of years of impacts may have turned much of a graphite crust into precious gemstones
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 19Mar 19

Posted by JoeB
Stone tools from the Borselan Rock Shelter, in the Binalud Mountains of northeastern Iran. The mountain ranges of the northeastern Iranian Plateau have an abundant supply of water and mineral resources, and are believed...
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Politics
Mar 2Mar 2

Posted by BD66
Sometimes it's just that simple:
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Silly, Random & Fun
Mar 1Mar 1

Posted by Triphid
Okay my fellow Atheists and Agnostics etc, time for a little fun me thinks, Question, Which is a Hollywood style Egyptian Mummy or which SHOULD already be an ancient Mummy? Is it a) on the left or b) on the right...LOL.
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Quotes
Feb 28Feb 28

Posted by WilliamCharles
"Our task over the next few generations is to transform the world of independent states in which we live into some sort of genuine international community. If we succeed in creating that community, however quarrelsome, discontented, and full of ...
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Silly, Random & Fun
Feb 28Feb 28

Posted by puff
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Politics
Feb 24Feb 24

Posted by snytiger6
LINKGOP House Candidate Seen Berating Cop, Calling Her 'Immigrant' During Traffic Stop | HuffPost Latest News
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COVID CULT
Feb 21Feb 21

Posted by BDair
What Is The CDC Hiding? Agency Admits Withholding Widespread Vaccine Efficacy Data -
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CLASSICAL, OPERA and CROSSOVER
Feb 16Feb 16

Posted by rogerbenham
Renaissance Music in a Castle. Ancient Music in the Loire Valley. Renaissance Music with Le Banquet du Roy.Ancient medieval music from the end of the middle ages.
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Just for Laughs
Feb 12Feb 12

Posted by Triphid
Ancient, Highly effective and extremely Environmental friendly.
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Religion & Spirituality
Feb 12Feb 12

Posted by Garban
Religions inclusiveness/exclusiveness in eastern vs western religions.
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Love & Relationships
Feb 12Feb 12

Posted by LiterateHiker
"Tits-up in a ditch." Wyoming stories.
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Feb 10Feb 10

Posted by gsiamne
Ancient Cave Shows Modern Humans Ventured Into Europe Far Earlier Than We Knew:
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News & Links
Feb 9Feb 9

Posted by snytiger6
LINKLDS leader Brad Wilcox's racist comments have caused chaos among Mormons
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This Day In History
Feb 3Feb 3

Posted by Marionville
3rd February 1928…🇨🇦 Scientific Discovery: Canadian Palaeoanthropologist Davidson Black reports his findings on the ancient human fossils found at Zoudhoukian, China in the journal Nature and declares them to be a new species he names ...
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Posts
Jan 28Jan 28

Posted by RobertNappi2
What can I say....
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Silly, Random & Fun
Jan 26Jan 26

Posted by Gwendolyn2018
And maybe octopuses are aliens . . . I can buy into this more than ancient civilizations were peopled/started by aliens. Addendum: geez louise! I know that satire is sometimes difficult to detect in writing, but this post is intended to ...
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FreeThinkers
Jan 25Jan 25

Posted by Boricuatea
LINKGod Loves Women Less: If God doesn't hate women, he sure has a funny way of showing it - YouTube
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Just for Laughs
Jan 21Jan 21

Posted by OldMetalHead
My wife was in the kitchen wearing only the t-shirt she slept in... ... preparing our usual soft-boiled eggs and toast for breakfast. As I walked in, almost awake, she turned to me and said softly, "You've got to make love to me right now! Right ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jan 19Jan 19

Posted by JoeB
Analysing silver from Phoenician hoards. From about 4000 BC onwards the use of silver became widespread in the ancient world. This was obtained by smelting lead-ores in a furnace, and then cupellatiting (oxidising) the ...
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Quotes
Jan 19Jan 19

Posted by Marionville
“I do not pretend to be able to prove that there is no god. I equally cannot prove that Satan is a fiction. The Christian god may exist; so may the gods of Olympus, or of ancient Egypt, or of Babylon. But no one of these hypotheses is more ...
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Posts
Jan 17Jan 17

Posted by OldGoat43
CANNABIS IN SCIENCE & HEALTH1/17/2022 A study's results "do not support any considerable impact of cannabis legislation on the prevalence of recreational cannabis use among youth and young adults in Europe." LINK: ...
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Just for Laughs
Jan 13Jan 13

Posted by jeshuey
Oh, now I understand...
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General & Hellos
Jan 11Jan 11

Posted by Diaco
World's Oldest Animation. 5,200-years old Shahr-e Sukhteh ( Burnt City ) ​Goblet Animation. The earliest known example of Animation from prehistoric Persia ( 3200-2100 BCE ). This Five-Frame Animation of a particularly cute ...
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General & Hellos
Jan 6Jan 6

Posted by St-Sinner
Hi, I am Covid but with a K. My name comes from an ancient language. In Sanskrit, the literal meaning of Kovid is intelligent or poet.
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Academic (e.g., Science)
Jan 5Jan 5

Posted by rainmanjr
LINKConnecting Ancient Wisdom with Quantum Physics
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 31, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Investigating ancient burials in western Africa. The organised disposal of the dead is considered to be an important step in the development of Human cognition, an activity driven by the needs of the living to cope with...
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Posts
Dec 29, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by OldGoat43
CANNABIS BUSINESS12/29/2021 Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. is acquiring Bloom Dispensaries. LINK: Trulieve Cannabis Corp. acquired PurpleMed Healing Center. LINK: ...
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Wordsmith
Dec 27, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Tomfoolery33
Strong Currents Born of friends of my friends, Among people I had known, had been to school with, People who had been inside my house, Or walked past on sunny days and waved hello. Born the same year as my son, You came home to the same town he ...
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Silly, Random & Fun
Dec 27, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Captain_Feelgood
Happy winter! For those living in the northern hemisphere, today marks the winter solstice, also known as the first official day of winter. It happens when one of Earth’s poles reaches its maximum tilt away from the sun. In the northern hemisphere,...
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Just for Laughs
Dec 25, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by St-Sinner
A 65 year old woman had a heart attack and was taken to the hospital. While on the operating table she had a near death experience.. Seeing God she asked "Is my time up?" God said, "No, you have another 33 years, 2 months and 8 days to live." Upon...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 25, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Turtle shells, Frankinsence, and Myrrh: Trade between the nomads of Somaliland and the empires of the ancient world. Nomadic pastoralists are known to have been important to the economics of the ancient world, operating...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 24, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by NoSheep
LINKScientists discover an ancient oceanic reptile that evolved exceedingly fast
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Posts
Dec 23, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by phxbillcee
New Fearsome Predatory Dinosaur Discovered: An Ancient Relative of Velociraptor Is Unearthed in Great Britain
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News & Links
Dec 22, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Sierra4
I am not the kind who only wants to hear good, fluffy news. We need the hard, unvarnished truth being given to us. But this story about a six year old boy (a real hero) who saved his younger sister from a dog attack just made me feel good. ...
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Breaking the Habit
Dec 20, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by LadyLinK
In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this. —Terry Pratchett
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 20, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Looking at the use of potters wheels by the Indus Civilisation of northwest India. The invention of he wheel is considered to be one of the most significant milestones in Human history. Wheels are useful not just as a ...
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Politics
Dec 19, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Beachslim7
Since the word “cult” is usually pejorative, it goes without saying that no professed “Marxist” would say Marxism is a cult. But is it? What is a “cult,” anyway? Wikipedia’s definition of a cult is a social group that is defined by ...
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Cults
Dec 19, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by surrealhoax
When Biblically Inspired Pseudoscience and Clickbait Cause Looting Fmyriad reasons, and like many other scholars working in Southwest Asia, we were profoundly disappointed when Scientific Reports, a peer-reviewed journal operating under one of ...
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News & Links
Dec 15, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by AnonySchmoose
LINKPoland's border wall will cut Europe's oldest forest in half
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Philosophy & Meaning
Dec 15, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by rainmanjr
LINKGraham Hancock: Consciousness and the Limits of the Materialist Paradigm
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Workplace issues
Dec 13, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Stephanie99
I'll complain about something else. Another coworker and I were discussing advanced degrees and she told me that she almost had one. She had studied chiropratic. She dropped out of school because it was too science orientated and didn't emphasize the...
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
Dec 13, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JackPedigo
Satrap: 1: the governor of a province in ancient Persia 2a : ruler b : a subordinate official : henchman King ”Darius then proceeded to set up twenty provincial governorships, called satrapies. The several governors were appointed and each ...
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General & Hellos
Dec 12, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by skado
Does Objective Evidence for God Exist?
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Uncommon words and their meanings.
Dec 10, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JackPedigo
A three-fer (all from the same source). Some excerpts to show a good use of the words. I know the first one has been posted but a reminder and example of use can be helpful. Gauche adjective 1. lacking ease or grace; unsophisticated and socially ...
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General & Hellos
Dec 8, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by SnowyOwl
Here's a rare pic of an ancient dinosaur as it roars at the sunset.
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Science, Health & History Tidbits
Dec 6, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by phxbillcee
Lunar Radar Data From China’s Chang’e 3 Mission Uncovers New Clues About Moon’s Ancient Past
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Religion & Spirituality
Dec 3, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by St-Sinner
Damn you Westerners.... Hindus have been complaining that the world stole all science and technology from their ancient scriptures.
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News & Links
Dec 2, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by snytiger6
LINKEvangelical Eric Metaxas, Who Told People “Don’t Get the Vaccine,” Has COVID | Hemant Mehta | Friendly Atheist | Patheos
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Nov 30, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by NoSheep
LINKScientists in China May Have Found 125-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur DNA | Ancient Origins
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General & Hellos
Nov 30, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by ChurchLess
LINKThe Sierra Madre Tattler!: The Jim Bakker Show: End Times preacher claims ancient reptile imitated her husband to have sex with her
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Music Fans
Nov 30, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Marionville
It’s midnight and time for me to say goodnight…my last music post is a great song from Irish singer/songwriter Fionn Reagan called The Meetings Of The Waters…and it appears Peaky Blinders actor Cillian Murphy is a big fan too….
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