ITT: People who did nothing wrong
>get cryofrozen and then cloned in late 1960s
>seek immortality and collaborate with tyrant Putin
>refuse to change visage to hide the fact
He is an affront to nature at this point, a homunculus.
An interesting map based on Ethnic Diversity. There are several different versions.
This is a variation on the map detailing CULTURAL diversity instead. Which isn't the same thing For example the notable difference of.Brazil. The above map has it as relatively diverse due to its racial admixture. This map notes, almost all of Brazil has the same language and religion and thus has it as homogenous.
except roman times when italians didn't sucked ass in war ?
Some of the greatest HRE generals were Italian, as well as some of the finest admirals (including those who led in Lepanto).
I'm always triggered by the trolling they get everywhere.
>First day of my Classics (Antiquity) class
>Teacher shows a video of John Green
Should I drop it now?
>Intercourse is the pure, sterile, formal expression of contempt for women’s bodies.
>Every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman.
What the fuck happened
What went wrong?
499 years of human error
>see a protestant on fire
>offer him the proven tradition of water from a hose
>he spits at me
>tells me he has a relationship with water of his own
>hoses are heresy
>faucets are not in the bible
>everyman is a fireman
All I know is that my Faith is unbroken for 2000 years. And yours is a DIY mishmash without an actual Priesthood, confessional or real communion.
Who was the most "competent" man in history?
The one who had a job to do and executed it so well that everyone, even his enemies, had to respect him?
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this guy. I doubt that anybody didn't respect him from his entry in the Senate until his death.
"There is no dear friend, and no grave enemy, that I have not repaid in full."
What is /his/ favorite Native tribes/Empire, before colonization?
The fall of the Inca was actually pretty tragic when one looks at how advanced they were at least compared to other AmerIndian powers
If It wasn't for the Civil war they could have easily survived like the Mapuche down south did
>The present king of France is bald
What did he mean by this?
>So we do not have a failure of the Law of Excluded Middle: "the present King of France is bald" (i.e. ∃x[PKoF(x) & ∀y[PKoF(y) → y=x] & B(x)]) is false, because there is no present King of France. The negation of this statement is the one in which 'not' takes wide scope: ~∃x[PKoF(x) & ∀y[PKoF(y) → y=x] & B(x)]. This statement is true because there does not exist anything which is currently King of France.
When did logic become so obtuse?
What was the greatest air battle of all time and why was it Battle of Britain?
I don't know loads about the Pacific front, but the battle of Britain was a fucking nail biting thing, the Germans at one point had the RAF on its knees. Then the RAF fucking jump back up and beat the shit out of the Luftwaffe, but idk, was it like that in the east? From what I know the Americans had superior numbers and tech in terms of aircraft, not saying it was not hard fought, but it seems inevitable that the Americans would win.
Is this a good for dummies overview of Japan from start to finish?
Tell me about the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
At what point does an AI deserve human rights?