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World’s oldest industrial-scale brewery: 3000 BC – ScienceBlog.com

A team of American and Egyptian archaeologists excavating at the site of Abydos in southern Egypt has uncovered evidence of the world’s oldest known industrial-scale beer production facility. The ancient complex, more than 5,000 years old, had the capacity to produce enough … Continue reading

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Why Do Cows Like Music?

On the internet you can find plenty of videos of people playing their musical instruments to cows. And the cows seem fascinated. I wanted to take a closer look at Why cows like music? Or even if they like music … Continue reading

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Rio feeling ‘saudades’ for Covid-canceled carnival

#Rio​ de Janeiro would normally be kicking off its famed #carnival​ now, but instead of booming drumlines, glittering floats and barely clad dancers, the Brazilian city’s “Sambadrome” is hosting a #Covid​-19 vaccination drive this year. The pandemic forced Rio authorities … Continue reading

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WHO INVENTED THE FURNACE? Alice H. Parker (New information you’ve never seen!)

The inventor of the furnace, Alice H. Parker, has an amazing story that is never told. All most people know is that the modern furnace was invented by an African-American woman named Alice H. Parker in 1919, and that’s about … Continue reading

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Alice H. Parker: Invented the central heating system and improved heating furnaces for buildings

This video is about Alice H. Parker who was an inventor who revolutionized heating furnace and central heating for homes and buildings. REFERENCES Hatala, Greg (February 17, 2014). “Glimpse of History: Morristown resident’s invention keeps us warm to this day”. … Continue reading

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Pablo Picasso’s Debt to African Art — Transformations

Originally posted on HUMAN WRONGS WATCH: Human Wrongs Watch By César Chelala* African art provided unexpected magnitude and originality to the Spanish master’s work Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, detail | Image from Wall Street International. 1 February 2021 (Wall … Continue reading

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Why do some Mexicans look Asian?

I’m Mexican and I was living in Vietnam. When I was there, I was asked a hundred of times if I’m Asian. Why do they keep asking this question if there are loads of Mexican with similar features like me? … Continue reading

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Discover the long lost Japanese Garden and waterfalls hidden in Greater Manchester | I❤️MCR

Hillside trails lead to this beautiful oriental garden and lake uncovered in Bolton – and here’s how you can own a piece of it By Chris Greenhalgh 05/02/2021 Recent events have made us cherish our open green spaces so much … Continue reading

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VLADIVOSTOK, RUSSIA or why I want to escape the Far East (VLOG)

Vladivostok is a city in the Far East of Russia, on the shore of Sea of Japan. This city is famous for its unique vibe, hills, the sea and traffic jams. In the video I will show you a little … Continue reading

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The Animation That Changed Cinema

Get one month free with MUBI: https://mubi.com/cinemacartography​ With the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union. Programme (Selected Filmography): 0:00​ Introduction 01:55​ Tale of Tales, dir: Yuri Norstein 03:50​ Hedgehog in The Fog, dir: Yuri Norstein … Continue reading

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