Does life have an objective meaning?
Is there an "absolute truth"?
How can an individual be sure he is following the true path?
What was it's purpose?
Has the amount of premature balding (20-30 year olds) increased recently? Balding has always been a thing but it seems like I see more young men struggling with hairloss than generations ago.
Stalin's got that face in this pic like he knows exactly what he's doing. Like on the inside he's saying
>Yalta Shmalta give me the Germanoli
Who's the worst Roman Emperor and why is it this guy?
- Dressed as a woman and tried to prostitute himself out in the courts
- Often found talking to himself and inanimate objects
- Stone a idol [an irregular rock] from a neighboring civilization, placed it on a chariot, declared it god, and then declared he and the rock were both the same god
- Murdered people
- Raped people [including children]
While other Roman rulers were psychopaths and narcissists, Elagabalus was that and a bad full of nuts.
He was murdered not in the name of power seeking but because everyone hated him.
Did the majority of people through out history really never go beyond 10 km of their home town/village in their life or is this just a name? I kind of find it hard to believe given how much trade took place in the ancient world.
why is the caucausus among the most culturally diverse places in the world?
What's his superpower?
What does a serial killer do after he's never found?
One song each edition.
What did people do for entertainment back in the day? Was it just minstrel shows, carnivals, and drinking?
>According to Steven Pinker the assembled people "shrieked with laughter as the animals, howling with pain, were singed, roasted, and finally carbonized."
I guess you could say that's pretty...
(Seriously, that's incredibly fucked up. The French are fucking subhuman.)
How did the Ten Thousand even manage their journey? I'm no greekaboo but it seems like something out of a movie.
Not much reason for the Persians to fight them. They weren't an invading, conquering force; they were just trying to get home.
Granted, shit happened. Betrayals, assassinations, raids... But that's more or less par for the course of ancient history. 10,000 is actually a lot of people. 10,000 heavily armed, experienced, skilled soldiers moving through the countryside isn't anything to sneeze at.
I think once the Persians realized they weren't much of a threat anymore, they didn't...
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How did knights / crusaders/ other medieval warriors carry their gear with them? Did they have backpacks? Did they leave their stuff at camp while they fought?
Or just general historical bags / packs thread
How would you fix this /his/?
Real life already did.
Ask an ubermensch anything
"The" ubermensch has been dead for years.