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Nature & Zoology

Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : Cave Art and the Cosmos

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Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : An Ancient Pencil and the Orgin of Art

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Comets, Holloween and the Day of the Dead

Comets, Holloween and the Day of the Dead The end of October and early November have always been dense with symbolical significance in quite a surprising number of traditions inherited from former times. We in the modern western world have seen a revival in the observance and celebration of Halloween, originating from a Celtic festival […]

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The Story of the Doctor who Treated Disease with Sanitation

The Story of the Doctor who Treated Disease with Sanitation The year was 1846, and our would-be hero was a Hungarian doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis. Semmelweis was a man of his time, according to Justin Lessler, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. It was a time Lessler describes as “the start […]

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Magnificent Amethyst

The Majestic Beauty of Amethyst Amethyst is a well known mineral and gemstone. It is the purple variety of the mineral Quartz, and its most valuable and prized variety. Its name derives from the Greek “amethystos”, which means “not drunken”, as Amethyst in antiquity was thought to ward off drunkenness. The color of some Amethyst […]

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Beauty and Silence

Beauty is still and Peace is silent, within the smallest of moments and creatures alike.

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Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : Ancient Cave Art and the Cosmos

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Ancient Amnesia Podcast Quick Clip Show : The Day The Earth Burned and All Was Lost

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Doggerland and The Europe that Once Was

Until the middle Pleistocene, Britain was a peninsula of Europe, connected by the massive chalk Weald–Artois Anticline across the Straits of Dover. During the Anglian glaciation, approximately 450,000 years ago, an ice sheet filled much of the North Sea, with a large proglacial lake in the southern part fed by the Rhine, Scheldt and Thamesriver […]

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