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5 Ancient Inventions That Were WAY Ahead Of Their Time | Answers With Joe

From napalm flamethrowers to an analog computer, the ancient world was far more clever and technologically advanced than we think it was. Here are 5 ancient inventions that were way ahead of their time.

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A Brief History of Soap

While humans have known about soap since antiquity, its use has ebbed and flowed with the times. From ancient Babylon to modern bathrooms, History Guy recalls the forgotten story of soap. This is original content based on research by The … Continue reading

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Betye Saar: Taking Care of Business | Art + Film

Directed by Christine Turner At 93, there’s no stopping when it comes to the legendary artist Betye Saar. About LACMA Productions Over the decade, with the establishment of the Art+Film initiative, LACMA has dedicated resources to producing short documentary films … Continue reading

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London Real Channel video with my interview

Over 40 Years Experience Within The Medical Industry Dr. John Campbell, is an author and academic, known for providing expert advice and information on the COVID-19 pandemic, based on his 40+ years of professional experience. His mission is to educate … Continue reading

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This Too Shall Pass: How Spanish Artist Escif’s Meditating Woman Lit Up Valencia

The beginning of Escif’s Instagram post reads, “Yesterday the meditator’s body was burned. With it many things were burned. 4 tons of wood were burned. A year of intense and wonderful work was burned.” Attached to a darkened image of glowing … Continue reading

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The Dark History of Matches

SUBSCRIBED When we began mass-producing matches in the 1800s, workers in the factories started dying mysteriously. The history of our sparking little flame-sticks is darker than you think.

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I found the man in the most famous physics picture ever

The most famous image in particle physics is this one of the ATLAS detector at CERN. It shows the huge scale of the machine especially because there’s a person stood there for scale. But my question has always been WHO … Continue reading

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The British Psychiatrist Who Explored Paranormal Premonitions | The Backstory | The New Yorker

Sam Knight discusses his reporting on how a psychiatrist set out to collect the dreams and forebodings of the British public.

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Why Cities Are Where They Are


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Nominated for Best Short Film at the British Animation Awards 2020 Winner of Best British Film at London International Animation Festival 2019 Winner of Best Documentary at ReAnima International Film Festival 2019 Animated fabric brings the story of a lingerie … Continue reading

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