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Exchange on WHEE and Darwinism/H-WORLD@H-NET.MSU.EDU

October 27th, 2010 · 1 Comment

from John Landon nemonemini@aol.com H-WORLD@H-NET.MSU.EDU To Haines Brown post: Thanks for the commentary. The Darwin debate is controversial, but times are changing, and a book such as Fodor’s What Darwin Got Wrong indicates a new wave of critiques of that theory. My citation of the Darwin debate was to free the study of history from […]

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Tags: Evolution · Fourth Edition · History · World History And The Eonic Effect

Giant Comet Responsible for a North American Catastrophe in 11,000 BC?

April 1st, 2010 · No Comments

Was a Giant Comet Responsible for a North American Catastrophe in 11,000 BC? ScienceDaily (Apr. 1, 2010) — Some 13,000 years ago the Earth was struck by thousands of Tunguska-sized cometary fragments over the course of an hour, leading to a dramatic cooling of the planet

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Angkor’s Collapse

March 30th, 2010 · No Comments

Did Climate Influence Angkor’s Collapse? Evidence Suggests Changing Environment Can Bring Down a Civilization ScienceDaily (Mar. 30, 2010) — Decades of drought, interspersed with intense monsoon rains, may have helped bring about the fall of Cambodia’s ancient Khmer civilization at Angkor nearly 600 years ago, according to an analysis of tree rings, archeological remains and […]

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The wheel in history

July 6th, 2009 · No Comments

A Salute to the Wheel Always cited as the hallmark of man’s innovation, here is the real story behind the wheel – from its origins to its reinvention

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Paine

June 8th, 2009 · No Comments

The Gain from Thomas Paine Thomas Paine, who died 200 years ago, inspired and witnessed the revolutions that gave birth to the United States and destroyed the French monarchy. A genuinely global figure, he anticipated modern ideas on human rights, atheism and rationalism. David Nash looks at his enduring impact.

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