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10 Best Emergency Light Sticks

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oliverolden01: When the flashlight loses its battery, and the candles are a mass of wax, you can always call for glow emergency light sticks.

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Unidentified High-Energy Particles Detected Passing through the

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oliverolden01: The IceCube Observatory carries the distinction of being the most remote astronomical facility on Earth.

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Evidence Suggests Stonehenge May Have Been Built Using Pig Fat

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oliverolden01: Pig fat could have been used to grease sledges used to transport the massive stones of Stonehenge into position, new analysis by archaeologists at Newcastle University has suggested.

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Origin of Greek Civilization Believed Found On Monumental Pyram

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oliverolden01: Monumental findings on the islet of Daskalio of the coast of the Keros, Greece seem to be of the oldest civilization yet detected in Greece.

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The Anantomy of a Knife | Koi Knives

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oliverolden01: It's helpful to know what is what when you are describing or discovering what knife you want. The anatomy of knife below is a simple overview of the different parts of a knife. We hope this is useful as you build your knife collection!

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Hand-Holding Skeletons Were Both Men… And No, They Were Not G

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oliverolden01: Further study by experts on two skeletons, known as the Lovers of Modena, discovered holding hands in an ancient burial site in Italy has revealed that they were both male.

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Disbelieve it or Not, Ancient History Suggests That Atheism is

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andrewlee0191: People in the ancient world did not always believe in the gods, a new study suggests – casting doubt on the idea that religious belief is a “default setting” for humans.

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Hidden Chambers and Meaning: Is the Great Pyramid for a King or Priests?

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oliverolden01: When I first thought of elements in the pyramid, I had no idea that I would end up postulating the existence of another hidden chamber. Can we locate it more precisely and find out how to get into it?

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JetSetFly Top 20 Inspirational Quotes - YouTube

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oliverolden01: JetSetFly presents the Top 20 Inspirational Quotes that became part of his journey to business, life and success. JetSetFly or Josh King Madrid is a successf...

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The Ancient Maya Apparition Who Showed the Way to Xunantunich |

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oliverolden01: The ancient Maya civilization was one of the most remarkable of all the many Mesoamerican cultures, not only because they wrote books and were lovers of chocolate, but also because many of their ruins and temples are still being discovered.

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Wooden Arm Found in Roman Well in England Is a Real Oddity | An

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oliverolden01: Some of the mystery of an ancient wooden arm dredged from a Roman well in England remains. However, experts have learned it was a religious offering from the Roman Britain era.

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The Magnificent Treasures of Sutton Hoo, The Final Resting Plac

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oliverolden01: Sutton Hoo is an archaeological site in Suffolk, England best-known for the Anglo Saxon burial mounds, including a king’s rich ship burial.

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Cenobio de Valeron: 350 Small Caves Create Confusion in the Can

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oliverolden01: The strange appearance of the cavities that comprise the immense Cenobio de Valeron archaeological site in the Canary Islands caused confusion for Spanish colonizers and early scholars.

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The Seljuks: Nomads Who Built an Empire and Took On Byzantine P

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oliverolden01: The Seljuks (Seljuqs) were originally Turkic nomads that integrated with the Persians. They were Sunni Muslims that invaded Central Asia and Southeast Russia in the 11th century and established the Seljuk Empire. Their most famous enemies where...

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The Black Book - Source of Devils Magic that Wizards Wager Thei

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oliverolden01: According to Russian legend ‘they that know the Black Book’ can never be free of it. Even in death the sorcerer cannot escape the contention - if the Black Book isn’t passed on to someone else, they are cursed to roam as a revenant.

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Temple of Nemesis Found Under A Greek Theater. And Here is Why

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oliverolden01: Finding a temple of Nemesis under an ancient theater makes more sense once gladiators are included in the story.

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How the Universe Came to Be: The Bible and Science Finally in A

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oliverolden01: For most of our history, scientists have primarily believed that the universe is eternal and unchanging. Aristotle in the fourth century BC asserted that the world is without beginning or end. But this view was not without direct opponents who...

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9 Reasons for the Tragic Highlander Deaths in the Battle of Cul

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oliverolden01: There have been countless significant battles throughout history. Some of them have become infamous – from the Battle of Passchendaele during WWI to the Battle of Hastings in 1066

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Revelations From Çatalhöyük: A 9,000-year-old Community With

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oliverolden01: Some 9,000 years ago, residents of one of the world's first large farming communities were also among the first humans to experience some of the perils of modern urban living.

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Does the Greatest Macedonian Rest In the Royal Necropolis at Ai

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oliverolden01: Aigai (known today as Vergina) is an archaeological site situated in northern Greece, not far from the city of Thessaloniki. This was the first capital of the ancient kingdom of Macedon.

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