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A very informative article
Very good! Everyone must read this article!
Thank god, for this site. Definitely cures boredom.
Very interesting things in this page, thanks for sharing!
They all seemed to be true, except for the black hole fact. If the sun was replaced by a black hole, we would indeed be sucked in. This is because black holes suck in everything, including light itself. I've taken theoretical physics. Its one of the major points of the class.
I will spreadmthe word on this ihfo!
Very interesting tidbits of info!
De verdad muy interesante, me pregunto si sera todos estos hechos reales
There were to many incorrect statements for me to even continue reading.
Well, looks like I am going to have to update all my "vomitorium" references. :)
good histroialy facts
This is the best thing I've ever stumbled upon by far.
everyone should read this.
The first one under mathematics blew my mind.
List of common misconceptions of history
Ancient to early modern history
In ancient Rome, the architectural feature called a vomitorium was the entranceway through which crowds entered and exited a stadium, not a special room used for purging food during meals. Although wealthy gluttons and emperors with excessive appetites might be accused of binging and purging, vomiting was not a regular part of Roman dining customs.
Nero did not "fiddle" during the Great Fire of Rome (violins had not yet been invented, nor was he playing the lyre). In fact, according to Roman historian Tacitus, upon hearing news of the fire, Nero rushed back to Rome to organize a relief effort, which he paid for from his own funds, and he also opened his palaces to provide shelter for the homeless, arranging for food supplies to be delivered in order to prevent starvation among the survivors. Finally, he made a new urban development plan that attempted to make it more difficult for fires to spread.
Modern historians generally don't classify the European era between the decline of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance as the "Dark Ages". In the past, usage of the term has varied in different countries and disciplines. It could refer to anything from the widespread loss of literacy in early medieval Britain and the consequent absence of any sources for that period (roughly 5th/6th century) to the entire Migration Period or Early Middle Ages. In contrast, as early as the Carolingian Renaissance lost knowledge was regained and educational efforts were made. Among the main reasons why modern scholars tend to avoid the term are its generalized negative connotations stemming from popular culture that expanded on it as a vehicle to depict the Middle Ages as a time of backwardness
Creationists should have to read the section on Evolution everyday until they finally get it.
i learned in high school and college that in the scientific method when a theory is sound that it becomes a law. it does not remain a theory, so saying that scientific fact and theory is not categorically separable is just wrong. if that were the case, laws would have no bearing. hence, why there are laws of gravitation, etc
High schools should use class time to have students read through this list.