Who decided that Art is relative and why should I listen to him/her?
What can you tell me about the nation of I slam and the 5%'ers
Men who are no longer men, for they have left humanity...
Has wild fire from game of thrones a real inspiration from history?
Who is the Orthodox equivalent to Pope Alexander VI (Borgia)?
I know about the death whistle used by the aztecs.
>Best President since Roosevelt
>Is only remembered for watergate
Corruption is wrong, but he basically reshaped US foreign policy since W. Wilson.
Piece of shit
>By the time of the election in November 1968, LBJ had evidence Nixon had sabotaged the Vietnam war peace talks - or, as he put it, that Nixon was guilty of treason and had "blood on his hands".
>In late October 1968 there were major concessions from Hanoi which promised to allow meaningful talks to get underway in Paris - concessions that would justify Johnson calling for a complete bombing halt of North Vietnam. This was exactly what Nixon feared.
Is Denmark historically underrated?
They were the overlords of Scandinavia before the Swedish and Tycho Brahe was a pretty cool guy. Did they also politically facilitat the colonisation of the North Sea Isles? Also, the Jutes and Angles came from mainland Denmark, though I'm not sure how Danish they were.
For such a tiny, unendowed, faraway place, Denmark has done a lot.
Anybody know any good books on the cultural interactions and commonalities of Slavs and Iranics?
Alright /his/, time to play a game.
Would you rather:
1. Fight in WWI's Western Front, or WWII's Eastern Front?
2. Participate in the Battle of Okinawa, or the Battle of Gallipoli?
3. Fight in the Battle of Verdun, or the Battle of Stalingrad?
4. Participate during the battle of Jutland? Or the Battle of Midway?
What does /his/ think of the Borgia?
I've heard many times that the native people of South Africa, known as Khoisans or Ottentots didn't have a language and still don't have an actual one, they used clicks rather than actual human sounds, so it was basically just a really simple language, a series of clicks, "Clingon", I think that's the name of their language.
What do you guys think about this?
The khoisan don't have a language
Just a series of sounds which represent ideas & things and a strict pattern of rules to give more precise ideas from person to person
Just a means of verbal communication between humans
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Am I right when saying scientific advancements such as the Age of Enlightenment, the Renaissances, and the Scientific Revolution would have never happened if not for the majority of Europe uniting under Christianity?
If not for that, then most European nations would be too separated and hostile due to the multitude of pagan religions each peoples after the Roman Empire fell had.
I'm tired of hearing that Christianity held back science.
Europe never united under Christianity. Europe never united. The Romans kind of did it, Napoleon kind of did it.
Christianity helped bring about scientific advancement such as those in another way. The continual conflict over the faith brought such mad warfare to Europe that science simply had to progress. The age of Enlightenment happened because much of Europe broke away from the traditional Christian ideas.
>If not for that, then most European nations would be too separated and hostile due to the multitude of pagan religions each peoples after the Roman Empire fell had.
Sans pagan religions: literally what happened in europe during the 1500s to the 1600s, in which differences in Christian interpretation came to play.
Most European nations were too separate and hostile.
It's only after the two world wars do we see a united europe. OH WAIT NO, THERE WAS STILL THE COLD WAR.
So it's only today do we see a united euro-
Well shit, it was never united.
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Can we agree that the communism is about working hard and the capitalism is about working smart?