Cahawba, Alabama has an illustrious history for a ghost town: From 1820 to 1825, it served as Alabama’s state capital before flooding so many times that most of the residents fled for drier pastures (and took the title of capital with them).
A bobcat (Lynx rufus) jumps over a river in a single leap. Source: BBC Planet Earth II pic.twitter.com/oj9eaoJfGK
— Fascinating (@fasc1nate) September 29, 2022
Dodge Challenger Black Ghost | The interior is just as sinister with black leather and Alcantara, carbon fiber trim, and Ghost badging. The power backs up the looks with the beastly Jailbreak-spec supercharged 6.2-liter V8 good for 807 horsepower. A mere 300 will be made, and it will no doubt be a collector’s item given that the gas-powered Challenger will end after the 2023 model year.
Modern man is a moral idiot, self-infatuated, increasingly alienated from community & family & therefore from his own nature, caught up in a frantic and fruitless search for something called identity, & for personal freedom & self-expression indistinguishable from animal license. pic.twitter.com/pqLAYtlniY
— illtakemystand (@illtakemystand1) October 11, 2022
11. Plus, the dissident right has:
-Positive views on one’s ancestry
It’s a mindset of strength in weak times. Truth in times of denial.
That’s why it has such an appeal to young men. pic.twitter.com/9wlDHvcvXC
— Alaric The Barbarian (@0xAlaric) October 13, 2022
Byte magazine in January 1980 announced in an editorial that “the era of off-the-shelf personal computers has arrived”. The magazine stated that “a desirable contemporary personal computer has 64 K of memory, about 500 K bytes of mass storage online, any old competently designed computer architecture, upper and lowercase video terminal, printer, and high-level languages”.
One Cʘsmos: 10/9/05 – 10/16/05 Put it this way: the scientific revolution occurred just once, in just one civilization–something like 99.98 percent of all scientific inventions and discoveries has occurred in western Christendom. Everywhere else, science either never appeared, or petered out after some initial advances–for example, in China and the Islamic world. And the reason science could not be sustained in these civilizations is specifically religious.
— Aesthetica (@Anc_Aesthetics) September 21, 2022
2.3 million limestone blocks…2-3 tonnes each….transported from Aswan city, 900 km away- no modern machinery…Incredible. pic.twitter.com/pqHC0YrHnI
— nerdy Architect (@Owens_Juninho) October 9, 2022
Who writes The Simpsons? How do they know this stuff? pic.twitter.com/oMIeoJeUMH
— Eglantine DuPont (@EglantineDupont) September 16, 2022
Sumerian city of Uruk, considered first civilized city in the world 6500 to 4000 BC. Uruk is located in southern Iraq. This city was first discovered in 1849 AD thanks to the English arch
aeologist William Lofts.#archaeohistories pic.twitter.com/y6YgZYSaP9
— Archaeo – Histories (@archeohistories) September 7, 2022
Bill Gates apparently donated $13 million to the Atlantic and the Guardian… in turn, they are churning out articles like this…
“the most damaging farm products? Organic pasture-fed beef and lamb”…
Paid for activist "journalism". pic.twitter.com/Fwxp1RsIta
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) August 20, 2022
Women wearing their portable bathhouses that served as "changing tents" so they can discreetly change their clothes after sunbathing at Coney Island beach, 1938.
— ArchaeoHistories (@histories_arch) October 11, 2022
Definitions from Oxford Languages ｷ Learn more
noun: apogee; plural noun: apogees
the highest point in the development of something; a climax or culmination.
“the White House is considered the apogee of American achievement”