Antiquity and the Great geographical discoveries

was this the almanac of Science and peace and in the issue for the end of the 70 years I’ve read a note about that on the Gulf of Mexico found the whole amphora drevneishih coins and jewelry and Roman, ukrasheniya also found in godforsaken Polynesia among the ruins of buildings which zatepleny in connection with the lowering of the shore

Such evidence quite a lot. Working version: new land began to open in antiquity, then, was a disaster and break and then the earth began to rediscover and perekrashivat anew, and the value of the representatives of the new era were already other: local churches for they are not built, and immediately set about draining resources.

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Come on!!! A present like School… And the poor “trade and economic relations with Ukraine”…

PUtin has accepted the resignation of the Minister of education Livanov

Original taken from aftershock_ret2 in Putin accepted the resignation of the Minister of education Livanov

BELBEK AIRPORT (Sevastopol), 19 Jul — RIA Novosti. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin supported the proposal of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has appointed the new Minister of education employee of the presidential administration Olga Vasiliev. Who previously held this post Dmitry Livanov will be a special heads of state on trade and economic relations with Ukraine.
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Friday. Beyond time and space!

Tothe Committee of our GStates and Bsafety lived, lives and will live! Forever!

Original taken from zolotaya_dolina in Friday. A tavern out of time and out of space!

A masterpiece by far. Direct nothing to comment, everything in its place Powder probably already under the table.
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Peshtigo horror 1871. Hypothesis

About Peshtigo horror” – here:

If clothing a and iron objects were heated to melting then this is a clear description of electromagnetic radiation of high power! Fits like a glove! Death is instantaneous! But where then is it? Still possible radiation type x-ray… but it is clearly no Coca fire do not, Vyasa temperature will burn the clothes in the first place!

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When broke through the Bosporus?

MY COMMENT: I don’t remember, someone put the question this way.

The black sea was actually an inland sea at one time of the Ottomans, and then the Two Empires. While the Ottomans not weakened, so that through the Danubian Principality to the sea rushed the Europeans (Austria-Hungary in particular). Here then was a situation of internationalization of the pool. The same France, building a trusting relationship with the Porte, had views of the dock in the black sea region. After 1848, when dramatically changed the attitude of the former allies against Napoleon to Russia and there was danger of the appearance of European armies in the black sea.
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Russian writer raised funds for a new tale of crowdfunding and put the work in open access


The famous Russian author Leonid Kaganov, whose works are regularly remembered in kommentariyah of Hikima and Habra (e.g. story Wedge in or Magic in the comments published on its website a new story:
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Reading the tragedy “Faust” by Goethe (1)

Of those reports that we have available – this latest. The author Marina S. – always pleased participants of our meetings and readers of the blog a non-trivial look at the discussed problem. But not only the originality of judgments, reports our friend is a striking phenomenon in the meetings of the Face. All her thoughts and positions are always the fruit of deep reflection. Marina nervously, sincerely share with us pressing issues facing it in the reading of a work. So final – so far, the other authors until the Summer school report on “Faust” by Goethe.
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