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Amazing Metropolis Discovered in Africa is 200,000 years old!

Amazing Metropolis Discovered in Africa is 200,000 years old! By Dan Eden for viewzone. They have always been there. People noticed them before. But no one could remember who made them -- or why? Until just recently, no one even knew how many there were.
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Welcome to Monstrous.com

If you have a passion for monsters, you come to the right place. Monstrous.com is the largest network of websites about monsters and our content focused on mythical and supernatural creatures has grown to thousands of articles, pictures and videos since we appeared in 1998. Today, we are proud to welcome every month on our network more than one million visitors from all the planet and beyond. We have a forum where you can share your interests with other members across the world, a gallery where you can upload and mail pictures and last but not least a wiki to manage our database of the existing and known monsters in myth, legends and arts. You want to write about monsters ? Welcome to Monstrous.com
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Rising Seas - Interactive: If All The Ice Melted Explore the world’s new coastlines if sea level rises 216 feet. The maps here show the world as it is now, with only one difference: All the ice on land has melted and drained into the sea, raising it 216 feet and creating new shorelines for our continents and inland seas. There are more than five million cubic miles of ice on Earth, and some scientists say it would take more than 5,000 years to melt it all. If we continue adding carbon to the atmosphere, we’ll very likely create an ice-free planet, with an average temperature of perhaps 80 degrees Fahrenheit instead of the current 58. Rising Seas - Interactive: If All The Ice Melted
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Un coin du mur tokharien de Nan Madol à Pohnpei … En brindilles de basalte de 5 à 30 tonnes … Provenant d’une île située à environ 70 km … Il y a 6000 ans … Livre deuxième : Les peuples Chapitre 32 : Le réseau tokharien Chapitre 32 : Le réseau tokharien
Thema « Loup des steppes  (8/9) – Hermann Hesse | «Restons subversifs (na!) Retour à nos steppes , après une petite journée de pose, et avant dernière "chronique", déjà. Aujourd’hui, Harry et les immortels, Harry et Maria aussi ; pas mélangés mais imbriqués ; les immortels pour l’en dehors du temps, et Maria pour le présent. Belle construction du récit. Thema « Loup des steppes  (8/9) – Hermann Hesse | «Restons subversifs (na!)
Thema « Loup des steppes  (fin – 9/9) – Hermann Hesse | «Restons subversifs (na!) Thema « Loup des steppes  (fin – 9/9) – Hermann Hesse | «Restons subversifs (na!) Eh bien, nous voici arrivé pour ainsi dire au bout du périple, quasi introspectif, de notre Harry Haller, dit le Loup des steppes. Nous le laissions donc quittant Maria, et se préparant pour le grand Bal Masqué de l’hôtel du Globe, où il doit être le cavalier de Hermine… Dans ce dernier billet de cette thema, il sera question, un peu, de Bal Masqué, de Pablo, saxophoniste et "maître de magie" et surtout de Théâtre Magique, où l’entrée coûte la raison… Lieu où l’on démultiplie l’Harry comme les pains dans la bible, mais aussi les portes aux enseignes les plus folles, ouvertures sur les délices de la perception… Merci le "champagne"… et les cigarettes jaunes au goût inconnu, dont la fumée était épaisse comme l’encens… sans oublier l’élixir… l’exagère, franchement, non, l’ami Harry?

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Présentation Nous vous invitons à découvrir le troisième numéro de notre revue, La Traverse. À travers des entretiens, des analyses, des exposés, cette revue s'efforce de tendre vers deux directions : forger des outils d'autodéfense intellectuelle ; imaginer, construire et faire découvrir des actions politiques ou des alternatives qui nous semblent pertinentes. Dans ce troisième numéro vous trouverez : Qu'est-ce qui renforce les luttes collectives ? Qu'est-ce qui les fragilise de l'intérieur ?
Melinda Gates and Bill Gates Why giving away our wealth has been the most satisfying thing we've done In 1993, Bill and Melinda Gates—then engaged—took a walk on a beach in Zanzibar, and made a bold decision on how they would make sure that their wealth from Microsoft went back into society. TED: Ideas worth spreading

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How To Make A Bridesmaid Paper Flower Hair Accessory Make your wedding budget go further by making your own beautiful paper flower hairpieces for your bridesmaids. In this e... Digital Photography Tips: Exposure, Shutter Speed And Aperture These digital photography tips give you a guide to the exposure, shutter speed and aperture of your digital camera. It ... London: 5 Best Shopping Areas London is a shopper's heaven, offering everything from world-famous department stores, to quirky street stalls, to speci...
Wonder How To » How To Videos & How-To Articles 5 Secret Codes You Need to Know About Costco's Prices to Get Even Better Deals 12:01 AM — It's no surprise that Costco has great deals, and that's why millions pay annual fees for the privilege to shop in their wholesale outlets. Just take their hotdog and soda combo for $1.50—it's the same price now as it was 27 years ago.

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In a classic essay of Joan Didion’s, “Goodbye to All That,” the novelist and writer breaks into her narrative—not for the first or last time—to prod her reader. She rhetorically asks and answers: “…was anyone ever so young? I am here to tell you that someone was.” The wry little moment is perfectly indicative of Didion’s unsparingly ironic critical voice. Didion is a consumate critic, from Greek kritēs, “a judge.” But she is always foremost a judge of herself.

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