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By David Derbyshire UPDATED: 12:26 GMT, 9 September 2009 For generations, scientists have believed Africa was the cradle of mankind. Now a stunning archaeological discovery suggests our primitive ancestors left Africa to explore the world around 800,000 years earlier than was previously thought before returning to their home continent.
I'll admit, it's a best guess based on the available evidence. And, quite honestly, the museum is not in and of itself evidence of overwhelming nostalgia.
Deep within the deserts of Jordan lies the ancient city of Petra. Through a narrow gorge it emerges into view, revealing awe-inspiring monuments cut into the surrounding cliffs.
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Perhaps as long as 5,000 years ago, a group of sailors found skulls belonging to a race of hideous giants whom the ancient Greeks named cyclops.
Contrary to popular belief, the sailors of Columbus's day did not think they would sail right off the edge of the earth. They were, however, apprehensive about what they would find in their travels. Mistakes about marine life have ranged from inaccurate assumptions about the behavior of known species to fanciful depictions of animals that "might" exist.
That's what's awesome. yeast will go dormant (as long as it doesn't get too hot) but you can almost always give it some more sugar / wort and it can get rolling again.
Before the stars were born Before people built great cities The great mountain Atlen shook And bled fiery blood As it gave birth to Lilitu The land all around burned Many animals and people died When Lilitu opened her eyes Lilitu saw the ashes of her birth And wept tears like rain Lilitu's tears became rivers and streams Flowers grew where Lilitu walked Trees grew where Lilitu sat The ashes became fertile soil And an orchard became Lilitu's home
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