This is a well known fact. Especially if we do not learn from our past?!
Meanwhile I strongly doubt that, for I think that some developments have to be gone through before it is possible to go further in evolution. (if you are interested in that matter you should read Ken Wilber and his Integral Approach. I found a nice summary of the theory here but that is beside the point I wanted to make here.)
Let´s look at Steemit for a moment:
Let´s say that the prehistoric time could be defined as April to June 16. Most users here do not know anything about these times: @dan and @ned and some others find out how to light the first fire, then the struggles to survive, to build the basis of civilisation, the first tribes, cuneiform, mathematics etc. ( I was told this happened in a cave @blocktrades )
Probably we can also locate the Garden Eden, the Original
Hola queridos amigos de steemit, hemos llegado al último post del periodo fin de semana de suspenso, en esta oportunidad quiero compartir con ustedes una leyenda urbana muy conocida, navegando en la web me cruce con esta leyenda que habla de una niña y su niñera, en una ocasión encuentran un tesoro, tentadas por la avaricia obtienen un final trágico.
Esta leyenda nace en el barrio de la Recoleta, el barrio más top de Capital Federal, dice la leyenda que en este barrio porteño había una enorme casona, según los supersticiosos estaba embrujada.
Esta enorme casa estaba habitada por una familia de herederos de los Anchorena, una familia de buen pasar económico, tenían una hermosas niña, mimada y querida por todas las niñ
Billionaire Donald Trump won the election in 2016. During the race Trump said that if he wins, he will save the country from illegal immigration by building a wall on the Mexican border, and then make America rich and free. He relentlessly criticized Obama's policies and promised to revive the
American dream. We have collected 15 unique facts from the biography of the newly created US President, which you probably did not know.
While in the Country of Iraq, I had the privilege of visiting this ancient Ziggurat in modern day Aqar Quf. As I approached it, I was in awe of its massive size.
You are looking at part of the temple and palace area. Several restoration projects have been attempted but not totally finished.
One of the best explainations of what a Ziggurat is found on Wikipedia. It says that “The Ziggurat of Dur-Kurigalzu(ancient name) was built in the 14th century BC by the Kassite king Kurigalzu. The core of the structure consists of sun-dried square bricks. The reed mats are actually every 7 layers of brick, as stated, used for drainage and to assist in holding the bricks together by providin
(Delayed cartoon, Karagöz, 25 February 1920, no. 1249, page 1.)
Four days prior to the publication of the present issue, Karagöz was forced to run a half-blank page because the cartoon was held up at the censorship office which was the subject of discussion in the previous post: #63. Censorship: No Cartoon Today, Part 1 of 3. Since the announcement on the page merely informed readers that the cartoon had been “delayed” we were left with the question of whether or not that cartoon would ever see the light of day. Thankfully, readers need not wait longer that the following issue of Karagöz… Here, not only is the “delayed” cartoon featured on the front page but it is explicitly identified as the picture that was omitted
In a previous Article/Podcast, we discussed the Growing Earth theory as popularized by Neal Adams, coming to the hypothesis that the Earth is in fact in the process of growing; actually adding mass via the process of pair production — high energy photons striking inward-facing fields, sometimes called “aether” or “prana,” within a magnetic field. If this is a new concept for you, it is imperative that you first go back and watch the growing earth podcast before taking it further with the current podcast.
Now that the growing earth theory has been established, we wanted to take it a step further by further explaining the mechanism for expansion along with the effects this has for us on planet Earth. While many of these concepts are not new, most of them are either currently unknown, not put into context, or obfuscated through mountains of disinformation/misinformation.
In no way should this video
Hola queridos amigos de steemit, hemos llegado a otro episodio de fin de semana de suspenso, en esta oportunidad quiero compartir con ustedes una leyenda urbana, navegando por la web me cruce con esta leyenda que habla de una joven adolecente, propio de la edad está en una etapa de rebeldía haciendo caso omisos a sus padres, en el afán de contradecir a sus padres su vida se vuelve un caos.
En una ciudad vivía una joven adolecente de nombre Valeria, compartía su vivienda con sus padres, como ustedes saben los adolescentes pueden ser muy impulsivo, los padres la trataban como si continuaba siendo una jovencita y esto es lo peor que puede suceder a un adolecente, tanto molestaba esta situación a Valeria que dejo de estudiar para llamar la atención de su padres, las malas notas no tardaron en llegar.
어제와 오늘은 쿠웨이트의 국경일인 National Day와 Liberation Day입니다.
각각 영국의 식민 지배에서의 독립과, 이라크의 점령에서 벗어난 날을 기념하기 위한 날이라고 하네요.
시내에 나갔다가 찍은 거리 풍경을 소개합니다.
Today is Liberation Day in Kuwait and Yesterday was National Day of Kuwait.
It is a day to commemorate the independence from British and Iraq respectively.
Posting some photos taken in the city.
주로 아이들이 길가에서 지나가는 사람과 차에 물총을 쏘거나 물풍선을 던지는 것을 볼수 있는데 어떤 의미 인지는 잘 모르겠지만, 물을 뿌리는 아이들도 즐거워 하고 물세례를 받는 상대방도 즐겁게 받아 들이는 것 같습니다.
외국인에게는 낯설지만 자기들만
Claro, era la primera ves que tomábamos ese camino para llegar a nuestro destino.
Fueron contaminadas por la radiación pero actualmente no representan ningún peligro.
Piedra de Nagasaki
Piedra de Hiroshima
Muchos leerán estas dos palabras juntas y sabrán inmediatamente a que se refiere. Hablo de una crítica a un estilo de vida muy cómodo para algunos, que lo llevan a diario sin entender realmente en que perjudican a los demás; al sistema.
Viveza f. Prontitud en las acciones o agilidad en la ejecución.
Criollo, lla adj. Y s. Aplicase al blanco nacido en las colonias y a los españoles nacidos en América.
Por supuesto, en este caso y en base a la experiencia vivida. Puedo hablar de este tema que está gravemente aferrado a la sociedad venezolana, de raíz. Siempre escucharas el típico “No vale, tendría que esperar meses por el trámite, pero conozco a fulanito (persona) que trabaja ahí. En una semana estará listo.” O alguien que venda puestos en una fila para comprar productos básicos en su supermercado de preferencia. También hay quienes compran algún bien del gobierno (carros o electrodomésticos a un precio su
The Spanish word "tapas" means "to cover" in English. It directly refers to a culinary type of food that I consider to be a gastronomic art-form in its preparation and presentation.
Tapas can be hot or cold, cooked or raw. They can be elaborate or they can be quite simple.
Most tapas are very inexpensive. This one, depicted in the photo below, cost $2 Euros or about $2 USD. ($3, if you are Canadian.)
(This tapas consists of two small pieces of cured ham, rolled and stuffed with mozzarella cheese. It has been heated to melt the cheese and served over top of green and yellow beans that have been steamed. Then, the whole offering is drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar to finish. It's a simple dish and I thought it looked fantastic.)
The qualifying factor, in order to be considered a true tapas, is the portion size. They must be small.
Of course, it was the first time we took that road to reach our destination
They were contaminated by the radiation but at present it does not represent any danger.
The street is named after Stanley Clark Bagg. Clark was an upper class notary and justice of the peace of British origin. At one point in the nineteenth century, he was the second most important landowner on the Montreal island, and he was a member in many social clubs. He was the president in two of them, the numismatics and archaeological societies. Mr. Clark married the eldest daughter of Frances MacGregor, an old scottish kings' descendent, who had the chief of the MacGregor clan as another one of her ancestors. He took the crown's side against the insurrection in 1837 by participating in the battle of Saint-Eustache. Stanley Clark Bagg was a prominent figure who had contacts with people in London, Philadelphia & Wisconsin. He was a die-hard conservative who co
Today in Sports History covers an event in Horse Racing. Equestrian Sports is very popular in Great Britain which includes all types of sports that require the skill of riding, driving, steeplechasing or vaulting with horses.
On February 26, 1839 the Grand Liverpool Steeplechase was the first official annual running of a steeplechase which later became known as the Grand National.
The race was held at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool and attracted a field of 17 runners. The race was not run as a handicap chase (the Grand National was converted to a handicap race in 1843) and therefore all the runners carried twelve stone.
Winner of the first Grand National was Jem Mason riding on Lottery.
A bit late for my Sports History serial this time - apologies but my little princess had some issues yesterday and we had to cover her all night - was a sleepless night.
So, what happened on February 25 in Sports History? The NFL discontinued the use of the Collegiate Rules Book and created their own rules finally. One of the most significant changes to legalise the forward pass from anywhere behind the scrimmage line.
Reasons have been that the championship finals got really boring with the current rules. The 1932 NFL Championship Game was an extra game held to
Before sleeping it is always good to seek the balance between body and soul and that better with these beautiful images of the world
I hope you like it
Antes de dormir siempre es bueno buscar el equilibrio entre el cuerpo y el alma y que mejor con estas bellas imágenes del mundo
Espero sea de su agrado
Hello dear friends of steemit, we have reached the last post of the weekend period of suspense, this time I want to share with you a well-known urban legend, surfing the web I cross with this legend that speaks of a girl and her nanny, Once they find a treasure, tempted by greed they get a tragic end.
This legend is born in the neighborhood of Recoleta, the neighborhood more top of Federal Capital, says the legend that in this neighborhood of Buenos Aires there was a huge house, according to the superstitious ones it was haunted.
This huge house was inhabited by a family of heirs of the Anchorena, a family of good economic passing, they had a beautiful girl, spoiled and loved by all the nannies she had at her service.
While the twilight was present, the girl slept placidly, suddenly her dreams were interrupted
TodayI visited the abandoned airport of Berlin Schönwalde for a photoshooting. Here are some of the pictures I took there. I will share the ones with me modeling as soon as I get them from the photographer.
The area is huge and offers a lot to discover. Another plus: It is super easy to get in.
No fence, no police ;-).
The place was buildt by the Nazis in 1939 and abandoned by the Sovjets in 1992. If you want to read more about the hi
Born on January 17, 1942 in Arizona, known by name Muhammad Ali o Mohamed.
He was considered one of the best boxers in history., Apart from the racism that lived in the 70s, I managed to be a person of great influence in his time, both politically and socially.
In his beginner stage. Reached the gold medal in the Olympic Games of the 60's celebrated in rome , As a professional, at twenty-two years old he won the title of undisputed heavyweight champion, he won another title of champion, which made him the first boxer to repeat on three occasions to win a world title in his category.
He opposed being recruited by the armed forces of his United States during the Vietnam War, He joined the religion of Islam Fact that it took to him to gain many followers and enemies to world-wide level and that managed to obtain to be respected like sport figure world-wide.
In his personal life he loved dancing, act