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    High Collars vs. Long Necks and Kayan People

    It's like the airbrushing of that era. Maybe the subjects of those portraits were squat dumpy guys. Imagine how pleased some no neck toad looking dude would be if his portrait made him out to be tall, handsome and elegant. That artist is surely guaranteed much more commissioned work. There are...
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    17th-18th Century Transformation of the Japanese Archipelago

    I've noticed that all mythologies and fables are primarily just moral lessons to teach children right and wrong. Secondly, a quick fix explanation of why this is this and that is that.
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    1921-23 Saint Petersburg in ruins: Pavel Alexandrovich Shillingovsky

    This video was very disturbing. Whoever edited this wanted to make a point with the store window full of baked goods and meats. Had this been Los Angeles during a famine, that store would have been looted and burned. I know I'm a little dense but the answers aren't apparent to me. I have so...
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    What lies beneath Panarea Island? Could it be a pyramid?

    I do enjoy looking at images like grid systems and possible pyramids. You brought up a good point. I have to ask how credible are any of the images from google? For example, has anyone actually walked the grid line systems that seem to blanket the North American Continent?
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    17th-18th Century Transformation of the Japanese Archipelago

    Perhaps they have no agenda. Those poor scientists were probably spoon fed methods of dating that they learned in university. I don't doubt the dating methods, but perhaps the 'accepted as fact' reference tables' numbers are way off to give the impression of 'millions of years ago.' If a...
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    1855: Vortex Cannons during the Bombardment of Sveaborg?

    I was wondering why the paintings show like they were aiming for something in the air. Without a projectile doesn't the air just 'disintegrate' as it ascends past effective range? Were they firing at the attacking ships or something else? Thank you for your answer.
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    1855: Vortex Cannons during the Bombardment of Sveaborg?

    what projectiles were they using?
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