With all that is going on in the world today, everyone involved in rescuing the boys and their coach have rekindled my faith in humanity.

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Here is A little something to make you feel lighter on your feet.

The Public Latrines of Ephesus A water channel connected to the city sewage system was laid to prevent the unpleasant odour in the latrines which was under the U-shaped sitting places of marble with holes. In this place you could sit fifty people at the same time, sitting side by side. The Latrines were part …

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Time Traveling with the Mind (Part Two)

Miletus in the Bible Paul visited Miletus for a day or two as he waited for his messengers to return with the Ephesian elders (Acts 20:15). When they arrived, he gave them a message of warning, (vv. 18-38). Apparently after his release from prison in Rome, Paul visited Miletus, as he noted leaving Trophimus in …

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Stephen Hawking memorial sees his ashes interred, voice beamed to space

Stephen Hawking is going into space, how appropriate. RIP Read more: Stephen Hawking #TheHuntforKomodoCracker #KomodoCracker #MichelCloutier #TH4KC    

The Persians of 473 BC – Part Two of Three

In part two of this series I’m looking at building projects, the summer palace of king Xerxes in Susa and the Persian temples. Darius built at least two large cities: Persepolis and Susa. Persepolis Darius' best-known building project is by far the palace at Persepolis, Pârsa in Persian. It was the seat of government of …

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