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Henry A. Otero (Hanko9)131,546The HISTORY® original series Vikings transports us to the brutal and mysterious world of Ragnar Lothbrok _(Travis Fimmel)_, a Viking warrior and farmer who yearns to explore—and raid—the distant shores across the ocean. His ambition puts him at odds with local chieftain Earl Haraldson _(Gabriel Byrne)_, who insists on sending his raiders to the impoverished east rather than the uncharted west. When Ragnar teams up with his boat builder friend Floki _(Gustaf Skarsgard)_ to craft a new generation of intrepid ships capable of conquering the rough northern seas, the stage is set for conflict. But for all its warfare and bloodshed, Vikings is also a story of family and brotherhood, capturing the love and affection between Ragnar and his wife, Lagertha _(Katheryn Winnick)_, a respected warrior in her own right. It is the tale of Ragnar’s brother Rollo _(Clive Standen)_, a fierce fighter who simmers with jealously; of Earl Haraldson’s wife Siggy _(Jessalyn Gilsig)_, a dutiful beauty who may be less than loyal; and of the monk Athelstan _(George Blagden)_, whose Christian morals clash with the Vikings’ pagan society. As ambition and innovation rattle a civilization, these characters will be put to the test—and their way of life will never be the same again. Vikings was created and written by Michael Hirst _(Elizabeth, The Tudors)_. Vikings, HISTORY's first scripted series, premieres Sunday 3.3.13 at 10/9c. http://history.com/vikings Add the +Vikings Circle Page to your TV Show circles for show updates and... Join the Vikings G+ Community to discuss the show and each episode! https://plus.google.com/communities/114114270073600513051 #Vikings  Vikings [Series Premiere]2013-03-04 04:00:0080  
NASA2,841,666Having trouble watching the event? Try watching directly on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8LI5JiWEfs --------- Have you ever asked a question to someone in space? No? Well now’s your chance. In a first for the agency, NASA will host a Google+ Hangout live with the International Space Station on Feb. 22 from 10:30 a.m EST to 11:30 a.m. EST. Google+ Hangouts allow people to chat face-to-face while thousands more can tune in to watch the conversation live on Google+ or YouTube. This unique opportunity will connect you, our fans, with astronauts living and working on the orbiting laboratory 240 miles above the Earth. During the event, several video questions will be selected and answered by astronauts on the space station and on the ground. Additionally, NASA will ask real-time questions submitted by our followers on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook. Unique and original questions are more likely to be selected. You can view the Hangout live on the NASA Google+ page or the NASA Television YouTube channel to watch the astronauts answer the questions. SUBMITTING REAL-TIME QUESTIONS To ask a real-time question during the event on Google+ or Twitter, please use the hashtag #askAstro. You can also post a comment on a thread on NASA’s Facebook page that will open for questions on the morning of the event. WATCHING THE GOOGLE+ HANGOUT To join the hangout, and for updates and opportunities to participate in upcoming hangouts, visit NASA's Google+ page at http://plus.google.com/+NASA. During the hangout, astronauts Kevin Ford, Chris Hadfield and Tom Marshburn will answer questions and provide insights about life aboard the station. Station crews conduct a variety of science experiments and perform station maintenance during their six-month stay on the outpost. Their life aboard the station in near-weightlessness requires unique approaches to everyday activities such as eating, sleeping and exercising.NASA Long-Distance Google+ Hangout to Connect with Space Station2013-02-22 16:30:008308  
Fraser Cain980,891To celebrate the landing of NASA's Curiosity Rover - the Mars Science Laboratory - we'll be running a special live hangout.  In conjunction with @106911959181067745693. We'll have all your favorite space/astronomy journalists on hand to discuss the mission in depth, and celebrate the landing live, when it happens. Join Fraser Cain, @109036978092446954908, @108952536790629690817 and @102887292457967781591 for this special event. Over the course of this 4-hour Google+ Hangout on Air, we'll interview members of the Curiosity team live in the hangout, as well as other special guests from the @111419948721791453320 and the @108759765804984663877. @109479143173251353583 and @107051665537162034944 will be on location at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to interview members of the engineering team, and show you what it's like to be at NASA during this amazing moment. We'll update this event as we lock down more of the guests and participants. See you there! You can follow the hashtag #marshangout   (this will replace our regular Sunday night @100902337165997768522)Google+ Hangout - Curiosity Landing Coverage2012-08-06 05:00:004848  
NASA2,841,666The most advanced robot ever sent to another world is set to land on Aug. 5, 2012 (PDT). Will you be watching? Mars Science Laboratory will deliver the Curiosity rover to the surface of Mars at approximately 10:31 p.m. PDT on Aug. 5 (1:31 a.m. EDT and 5:31 a.m. UTC on Aug. 6). Curiosity, carrying laboratory instruments to analyze samples of rocks, soil and atmosphere, will investigate whether Mars has ever offered environmental conditions favorable for microbial life. NASA TV will broadcast live from mission control at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., during Curiosity’s critical entry, descent and landing phase. Two live feeds of video during key landing activities from mission control rooms at JPL will be carried on NASA TV, NASA TV online http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html and Ustream http://www.ustream.tv/ between 8:30 and 11:00 p.m. PDT on Aug. 5 (11:30 p.m. Aug. 5 to 2:00 a.m. Aug. 6 EDT), and between 12:30 and 1:30 a.m. PDT on Aug. 6 (3:30 to 4:30 a.m. EDT). The NASA TV Public Channel and http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl will carry a feed including commentary and interviews. The NASA TV Media Channel and http://www.ustream.tv/nasajpl2 will carry an uninterrupted, clean feed. Follow the mission on Facebook and on Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/marscuriosity and http://www.twitter.com/marscuriosity.NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Landing2012-08-06 02:00:002186  

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2016-02-09 05:11:27 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

Latest rumour of gravitational waves is probably true this time
Never mind the rumours. A New Scientist investigation finds that the most-sensitive-ever search for gravitational waves may have caught a whiff of its quarry before it even started listening officially.

Gravitational waves are ripples in space-time predicted by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. It tells us that massive objects like black holes and neutron stars warp space-time around themselves, and when two such behemoths collide, the distortions ripple outward at the speed of light. Although we are pretty confident this happens, the waves themselves have never been directly measured.

That may be about to change. For months, rumours of the detection of a gravitational wave signal by LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, have spread on Twitter. With a press conference plannedf... more »

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2016-01-31 04:36:00 (3 comments; 6 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

Cheese triggers the same part of the brain as hard drugs, say
scientists

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2016-01-30 14:20:55 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

About 60 drawings and hieroglyphic inscriptions, dating back around 5,000 years, have been discovered at a site called Wadi Ameyra in Egypt’s Sinai Desert. Carved in stone, they were created by mining expeditions sent out by early Egyptian pharaohs, archaeologists say.

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2016-02-13 09:42:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

A plague by any other name...

Worst Diseases in Shakespeare's London (1564 - 1616)

http://www.shakespeare-online.com/biography/londondisease.html

"From a disease standpoint, Shakespeare was living in arguably the worst place and time in history. Shakespeare's overcrowded, rat-infested, sexually promiscuous London, with raw sewage flowing in the Thames, was the hub for the nastiest diseases known to mankind. Here are the worst of the worst."

Plague, smallpox, shyphilis, typhus, and malaria were some of the more deadly diseases common in Shakespeare's time.___A plague by any other name...

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2016-02-13 01:24:37 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-12 21:14:12 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

Tree-ring measurements have revealed a period of extreme cold in Eurasia between 536 and around 660 CE. It coincides strikingly with the Justinian plague, migrations of peoples and political turmoil in both Europe and Asia.

Tree-ring measurements have revealed a period of extreme cold in Eurasia between 536 and around 660 CE. It coincides strikingly with the Justinian plague, migrations of peoples and political turmoil in both Europe and Asia.___

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2016-02-12 00:37:45 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

The Link Between Neanderthal DNA and Depression Risk
By mining electronic medical records, scientists show the lasting legacy of prehistoric sex on modern humans’ health.

The Link Between Neanderthal DNA and Depression Risk
By mining electronic medical records, scientists show the lasting legacy of prehistoric sex on modern humans’ health.___

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2016-02-12 00:25:57 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

#LIGO scientists discovered Einstein’s gravitational waves…but what are they? Find out here: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/139124558019/what-are-gravitational-waves

#LIGO scientists discovered Einstein’s gravitational waves…but what are they? Find out here: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/139124558019/what-are-gravitational-waves___

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2016-02-12 00:24:51 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

One of the oldest cemeteries in Europe has recently been discovered, with graves dating back almost 8,500 years. Two of the most intriguing finds are the skeleton of a six-month-old child and a mysterious upright burial of a man in his early 20s.

One of the oldest cemeteries in Europe has recently been discovered, with graves dating back almost 8,500 years. Two of the most intriguing finds are the skeleton of a six-month-old child and a mysterious upright burial of a man in his early 20s.___

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2016-02-11 17:38:33 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-11 17:20:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

I'd prefer the library. 

The Lighthouse of #Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the #Ancient World that was badly damaged by three earthquakes, will be rebuilt nearby its original location. In its meeting last week, “members of the Permanent Committee of the Egyptian #Antiquities have approved an old project, submitted previously by the Alexandria governorate, aiming to revive the lighthouse,” Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities SCA Dr. Mostafa Amin told Youm7. http://thecairopost.youm7.com/news/149009/culture/alexandria-lighthouse-to-be-reassembled-in-original-location

#ancientegypt #ancientmonuments #ancienthistory  ___I'd prefer the library. 

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2016-02-10 23:56:25 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-10 15:58:24 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-09 05:49:04 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

Why didn't neanderthals head up to Scandinavia? Scientists now think that it wasn't the nippy climate that kept them away...

Why didn't neanderthals head up to Scandinavia? Scientists now think that it wasn't the nippy climate that kept them away...___

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2016-02-09 05:33:49 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-09 05:24:09 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

The discovery of the world’s oldest storage of fermented fish in southern Sweden could rewrite the Nordic prehistory with findings indicating a far more complex society than previously thought.

The discovery of the world’s oldest storage of fermented fish in southern Sweden could rewrite the Nordic prehistory with findings indicating a far more complex society than previously thought.___

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2016-02-09 05:11:27 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

Latest rumour of gravitational waves is probably true this time
Never mind the rumours. A New Scientist investigation finds that the most-sensitive-ever search for gravitational waves may have caught a whiff of its quarry before it even started listening officially.

Gravitational waves are ripples in space-time predicted by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. It tells us that massive objects like black holes and neutron stars warp space-time around themselves, and when two such behemoths collide, the distortions ripple outward at the speed of light. Although we are pretty confident this happens, the waves themselves have never been directly measured.

That may be about to change. For months, rumours of the detection of a gravitational wave signal by LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, have spread on Twitter. With a press conference plannedf... more »

Latest rumour of gravitational waves is probably true this time
Never mind the rumours. A New Scientist investigation finds that the most-sensitive-ever search for gravitational waves may have caught a whiff of its quarry before it even started listening officially.

Gravitational waves are ripples in space-time predicted by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. It tells us that massive objects like black holes and neutron stars warp space-time around themselves, and when two such behemoths collide, the distortions ripple outward at the speed of light. Although we are pretty confident this happens, the waves themselves have never been directly measured.

That may be about to change. For months, rumours of the detection of a gravitational wave signal by LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, have spread on Twitter. With a press conference planned for Thursday, 11 February, they are building to a crescendo.

Beyond the gossip, we have reason to believe this is the real deal. By analysing public observation logs, New Scientist has found that the LIGO team has followed up on at least three sources since they started listening to the sky last September.___

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2016-02-08 05:05:39 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-08 04:57:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

As #ancientRome’s main port, #Ostia welcomed grain, wine, livestock and olive oil from North Africa and Southern Italy to feed one million #Romans. Yet despite an archaeological site spanning more than 150 football fields, Ostia attracts one-ninth as many visitors as #Pompeii, and few signs help tourists find the train from Rome to Ostia. Once there, visitors must find the ruins virtually by intuition. But change may be afoot. http://www.wsj.com/articles/in-ostia-a-search-for-the-secrets-of-romes-port-1454089086?cb=logged0.007076817051061446

#archaeology #ancienthistory #italy #culturalheritage  

As #ancientRome’s main port, #Ostia welcomed grain, wine, livestock and olive oil from North Africa and Southern Italy to feed one million #Romans. Yet despite an archaeological site spanning more than 150 football fields, Ostia attracts one-ninth as many visitors as #Pompeii, and few signs help tourists find the train from Rome to Ostia. Once there, visitors must find the ruins virtually by intuition. But change may be afoot. http://www.wsj.com/articles/in-ostia-a-search-for-the-secrets-of-romes-port-1454089086?cb=logged0.007076817051061446

#archaeology #ancienthistory #italy #culturalheritage  ___

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2016-02-07 15:21:49 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-07 05:43:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

It turns out that Eelgrass (Zostera marina), once a land-living plant - and now only found in the marine environment, has lost the genes required to survive out of the water.

As such, the plant is a suitable candidate for studies of adaptation and evolution.

It turns out that Eelgrass (Zostera marina), once a land-living plant - and now only found in the marine environment, has lost the genes required to survive out of the water.

As such, the plant is a suitable candidate for studies of adaptation and evolution.___

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2016-02-07 05:24:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Ion propulsion is being designed for a wide variety of missions, but what is it? We explain: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/138684974869/ion-propulsionwhat-is-it

Ion propulsion is being designed for a wide variety of missions, but what is it? We explain: http://nasa.tumblr.com/post/138684974869/ion-propulsionwhat-is-it___

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2016-02-07 04:46:56 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s)Open 

Archaeologists are using Environment Agency laser mapping data to rediscover hundreds of kilometres of ‘lost’ Roman roads.

Archaeologists are using Environment Agency laser mapping data to rediscover hundreds of kilometres of ‘lost’ Roman roads.___

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2016-02-07 04:41:31 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

Discovery of female bones at Stonehenge indicative of ancient
gender equality
In what some are hailing as evidence of gender equality in ancient cultures, archaeologists have discovered the cremated remains of 14 women buried alongside their male counterparts at Stonehenge, indicating that they likely were viewed as having equal social status.

Discovery of female bones at Stonehenge indicative of ancient
gender equality
In what some are hailing as evidence of gender equality in ancient cultures, archaeologists have discovered the cremated remains of 14 women buried alongside their male counterparts at Stonehenge, indicating that they likely were viewed as having equal social status.___

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2016-02-07 04:33:38 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-06 15:43:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

The Search For Alien Life Is Getting Bigger, Weirder, And More Contentious

At the SETI Institute, Doug Vakoch is the director of Interstellar Message Composition, which puts him in charge of an initiative that the organization has largely avoided until recently. He's also the president of METI International, which he helped set up last July to "conduct scientific research and educational programs in Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence (METI)."

It was the culmination of years of heated dispute over the wisdom of trying to make contact with extraterrestrials, also called "active SETI," which some in the field think is a waste of time and others consider an existential threat to humanity. Stephen Hawking, for one, has wagered that advanced life-forms might not have the friendliest intentions and "may not see us as any more valuable than we see... more »

The Search For Alien Life Is Getting Bigger, Weirder, And More Contentious

At the SETI Institute, Doug Vakoch is the director of Interstellar Message Composition, which puts him in charge of an initiative that the organization has largely avoided until recently. He's also the president of METI International, which he helped set up last July to "conduct scientific research and educational programs in Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence (METI)."

It was the culmination of years of heated dispute over the wisdom of trying to make contact with extraterrestrials, also called "active SETI," which some in the field think is a waste of time and others consider an existential threat to humanity. Stephen Hawking, for one, has wagered that advanced life-forms might not have the friendliest intentions and "may not see us as any more valuable than we see bacteria." In February last year, 28 leading astronomers signed a statement warning of METI’s dangers.

Seth Shostak and Vakoch agree that most of those fears are overblown, but it’s Vakoch who appears more concerned that they're stymying worthwhile research. "People have gotten bogged down in details that they really haven’t evaluated," he says, pointing out that it "doesn’t make a lot of sense" for aliens to "travel across interstellar distances and strip-mine our Earth for resources," referring to one of Hawking’s concerns.

Read more: http://buff.ly/1NVYzrB___

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2016-02-06 01:41:00 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

We’re saddened by the loss of astronaut Edgar Mitchell. He served as a lunar module pilot on Apollo 14, and was one of twelve American astronauts to walk on the moon. We salute his life and work, pushing the boundaries of exploration: http://go.nasa.gov/1X9hXbP

We’re saddened by the loss of astronaut Edgar Mitchell. He served as a lunar module pilot on Apollo 14, and was one of twelve American astronauts to walk on the moon. We salute his life and work, pushing the boundaries of exploration: http://go.nasa.gov/1X9hXbP___

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2016-02-05 11:04:34 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

A group of researchers led by Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine have found that the key to an inherited deficiency, predisposing people to emphysema and other lung conditions, could lie in their Viking roots.

A group of researchers led by Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine have found that the key to an inherited deficiency, predisposing people to emphysema and other lung conditions, could lie in their Viking roots.___

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2016-02-05 02:25:41 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 18 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-04 21:13:01 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-04 15:25:07 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Bernie, just being a human being

Bernie, just being a human being___

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2016-02-02 22:49:14 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-02 19:16:26 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

An important map which was lost for generations has been found more than 300 years after it was drawn.

Mapmaker George Withiell created it in 1690 to keep track of the new town of Falmouth, which was rapidly expanding.

An important map which was lost for generations has been found more than 300 years after it was drawn.

Mapmaker George Withiell created it in 1690 to keep track of the new town of Falmouth, which was rapidly expanding.___

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2016-02-02 16:01:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

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2016-02-02 15:45:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

Citizenship is and always has been a valued possession of any individual. When one studies the majority of ancient empires one finds that the concept of citizenship, in any form, was non-existent. The people in these societies did not and could not participate in the affairs of their government. These governments were either theocratic or under the control of a non-elected sovereign, answerable to no one except himself. There was no representative body or elected officials. The Athenians were among the first societies to have anything remotely close to our present-day concept of citizenship. Later, the Romans created a system of government that sought the participation of its citizenry.

http://buff.ly/1PaxQJR #AncientRome #Rome #Citizenship #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia

Citizenship is and always has been a valued possession of any individual. When one studies the majority of ancient empires one finds that the concept of citizenship, in any form, was non-existent. The people in these societies did not and could not participate in the affairs of their government. These governments were either theocratic or under the control of a non-elected sovereign, answerable to no one except himself. There was no representative body or elected officials. The Athenians were among the first societies to have anything remotely close to our present-day concept of citizenship. Later, the Romans created a system of government that sought the participation of its citizenry.

http://buff.ly/1PaxQJR #AncientRome #Rome #Citizenship #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia___

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2016-02-02 15:25:55 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 18 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-31 05:13:47 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

The hideout of the Black Death
Black Death, mid-fourteenth century plague, is undoubtedly the most famous historical pandemic. Within only five years it killed 30-50% of the European population. Unfortunately it didn't stop there. Plague resurged throughout Europe leading to continued high mortality and social unrest over the next three centuries. 

The hideout of the Black Death
Black Death, mid-fourteenth century plague, is undoubtedly the most famous historical pandemic. Within only five years it killed 30-50% of the European population. Unfortunately it didn't stop there. Plague resurged throughout Europe leading to continued high mortality and social unrest over the next three centuries. ___

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2016-01-31 04:55:43 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

Best known to visitors for the Robin Hood legends of nearby Sherwood Forest, Nottingham is also home to more than 500 man-made caves.

Best known to visitors for the Robin Hood legends of nearby Sherwood Forest, Nottingham is also home to more than 500 man-made caves.___

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2016-01-31 04:52:58 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

Erotic Images from Ancient Times
"Ancient art and archaeological remains have provided archaeologists and historians today with clues to how the ancients practiced their sexuality and their overall attitude toward sex. To the causal observer, it seems the ancients were more open about their sexuality then we are today. In ancient Rome there were artworks in living rooms or studies depicting erotic images of lovers performing various sexual acts and in ancient Mesopotamia mass-produced terracotta plagues would show couples having sex."

Erotic Images from Ancient Times
"Ancient art and archaeological remains have provided archaeologists and historians today with clues to how the ancients practiced their sexuality and their overall attitude toward sex. To the causal observer, it seems the ancients were more open about their sexuality then we are today. In ancient Rome there were artworks in living rooms or studies depicting erotic images of lovers performing various sexual acts and in ancient Mesopotamia mass-produced terracotta plagues would show couples having sex."___

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2016-01-31 04:45:59 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 19 +1s)Open 

Ancient Australian bird extinction points to humans
The first direct evidence that humans played a substantial role in the extinction of the huge, wondrous beasts inhabiting Australia some 50,000 years ago—in this case a 500-pound bird—has been discovered by a University of Colorado Boulder-led team.

Ancient Australian bird extinction points to humans
The first direct evidence that humans played a substantial role in the extinction of the huge, wondrous beasts inhabiting Australia some 50,000 years ago—in this case a 500-pound bird—has been discovered by a University of Colorado Boulder-led team.___

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2016-01-31 04:36:00 (3 comments; 6 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

Cheese triggers the same part of the brain as hard drugs, say
scientists

Cheese triggers the same part of the brain as hard drugs, say
scientists___

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2016-01-30 22:47:28 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-30 14:20:55 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

About 60 drawings and hieroglyphic inscriptions, dating back around 5,000 years, have been discovered at a site called Wadi Ameyra in Egypt’s Sinai Desert. Carved in stone, they were created by mining expeditions sent out by early Egyptian pharaohs, archaeologists say.

About 60 drawings and hieroglyphic inscriptions, dating back around 5,000 years, have been discovered at a site called Wadi Ameyra in Egypt’s Sinai Desert. Carved in stone, they were created by mining expeditions sent out by early Egyptian pharaohs, archaeologists say.___

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2016-01-30 13:56:07 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

USA

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2016-01-27 19:30:15 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Breaking: Domestic Terrorist Bundys arrested

Breaking: Domestic Terrorist Bundys arrested___

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2016-01-27 19:29:31 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-26 19:22:49 (1 comments; 4 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-26 15:24:05 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

Were domestic cats brought to China over 5 000 years ago? Or were small cats domesticated in China at that time?

Were domestic cats brought to China over 5 000 years ago? Or were small cats domesticated in China at that time?___

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2016-01-26 06:26:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Although the descriptive text may be a bit misleading. 

Although the descriptive text may be a bit misleading. ___

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2016-01-26 05:37:13 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

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Thanks +Lynne Williamson for this interesting article.
Descendants of Black Death confirmed as source of repeated European plague outbreaks
"There are many unresolved questions that need to be answered: why did the plague erupt in these devastating waves and then lay dormant? Did it linger in the soil or did it re-emerge in rats? And ultimately why did it suddenly disappear and never come back?"
"By comparing and contrasting the samples, researchers determined the Marseille strain is a direct descendant of the Black Death that devastated Europe nearly 400 years earlier and not a divergent strain that came, like the previous pandemic strains Justinian and Black Death, from separate emergences originating in Asia. "

Thanks +Lynne Williamson for this interesting article.
Descendants of Black Death confirmed as source of repeated European plague outbreaks
"There are many unresolved questions that need to be answered: why did the plague erupt in these devastating waves and then lay dormant? Did it linger in the soil or did it re-emerge in rats? And ultimately why did it suddenly disappear and never come back?"
"By comparing and contrasting the samples, researchers determined the Marseille strain is a direct descendant of the Black Death that devastated Europe nearly 400 years earlier and not a divergent strain that came, like the previous pandemic strains Justinian and Black Death, from separate emergences originating in Asia. "___

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