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The interior of this Oatmeal Studios Scott Jensen birthday card design reads: Thanks for the card! (You’re welcome, and Happy Birthday!) The card measures 5×7 inches and is printed on recycled heavy cardstock. Includes 1 card and 1 envelope. The card has the following special features: recycled paper, vegetable based inks, full color interior. Card and envelope are printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper. Printed in USA.
Africa’s wild animals are awesome! Bold, vibrant photos and engaging text bring readers up close with meerkats. Includes information on habitat, behavior, life cycle, and threats to these amazing creatures.
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Here’s some real challenges for the advanced yoga enthusiasts, this is not for beginners! From amazing partner acroyoga skills to an routine including a wheel pose to scorpion handstand, finally a fun acroyoga ferris wheel game! All these require incredible strength & flexibility developed after years of training! Thanks to Arthur Cadre, Maninder Yoga & Natalie Duran for the clips!
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Top 10 stuff you will only see in the land of Dubai. Some seem outright crazy but these things are common in The United Arab Emirates, Dubai.
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How many times have you been looking around the internet and come across an image that just seems out of this world? If it involved something which seemed bizarre and extravagant and looks to have taken place in the Middle-East, chances are it happened in Dubai. Most people had never heard of this little emirate 15 years ago, yet today many of us associate it with wealth, modern design and lavish lifestyles. Of course, through the internet some characteristics of Dubai have become better known than others. Heavily modified cars, insane police vehicles, amazing structures and bizarre personal trends – these are just a few of the topics which make up a flood of amazing pictures associated with the biggest city in the United Arab Emirates.
Dubai is one of seven emirates which makes up the United Arab Emirates. Over the last several decades the city has grown considerably thanks to it being a hub for trade and commerce and the discovery of oil. That said, the emirate’s oil deposits are shrinking and expected to disappear within the next 20 years. In order to prepare for this eventuality, the government diversified its economic strategy by focussing on trade, business and tourism.
What’s there to see in Dubai? Initially, not a lot but this has changed dramatically. From virtually nothing, the city embarked on a project to create a tourist destination with no equal in the world. This has seen a major increase in construction projects throughout the emirates as new high rises, hotels, theme parks and even islands are constructed. The whole undertaking has drawn considerable attention to the emirates and resulted in a dramatic increase in business and tourism for Dubai in recent years.
The resulting boom in the economy has made a lot of people who call Dubai home very rich. In some cases, local residence are so wealthy their lifestyle can make a Hollywood star look very plain. You’ve no doubt seen pictures of the many supercars which people drive and some of the mind-blowing luxurious homes they reside in. Even the restaurants and coffee shops can reflect this wealth as demonstrated by a Starbucks that looks like a palace or a restaurant within a vast aquarium. Yes, in many cases the extravagant and the amazing come to life for all to see in Dubai.
The following video looks at some of the most amazing things you’ll only see in Dubai. In some cases, amazing may not be the best word because some things can get just a little bizarre. This should come as no surprise as the emirates has seen a coming together of Western and Middle-East cultures over the last several years. Nonetheless, each will make you stop and take notice. From cars and buildings to sports and pets, there seems to be a lot in Dubai that would look out of place even in Las Vegas. Nonetheless, after going through the following video it’s pretty obvious there are some pretty amazing things that you can only find in Dubai.
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The Maya, Aztec, Olmec – Ancient Americans (AMAZING HISTORY DOCUMENTARY)
Ancient America was a very different, undisturbed place before the time of the “Contact”, when the European explorers came to the New World.
Cut off from a retreat to their Asian homeland by the whims of the land bridge and the ice barriers, the pioneers moved deeper and deeper into their new continent. The Native Americans moved around North America as the food supply shifted from one area to another. This geographic redistribution resulted in large part from the comings and goings of the glaciers. When the glaciers expanded, flora, fauna and people were forced southward. As the glaciers retreated and melted, they watered large areas that are now arid (e.g. the Great Basin – today’s Nevada, Utah, Colorado area). These lands supported much vegetation, many animals, and presumably people. Aridity set in when the glaciers had run their course and no longer were furnishing meltwater. As the food trail dried, people probably left these areas.
Population growth over the many millennia was slow, however in the American land of plenty they not only survived but flourished. As generation followed generation, they spread from the Central Plains to present-day California and to the forests of the Atlantic Coast. They trekked through Mexico and Central American jungles and reached the southernmost tip of South America, Tierra del Fuego. Above all, they learned to adapt to the many new environments the New World held for them.
Before the European explorers arrived, the descendants of the prehistoric pioneers and later migrants – the Native Americans – had formed a wide variety of tribes in North America. Clearly, they were all related. But some of them were simple nomads, roaming the dry plateaus and deserts of the West, while others were forest dwellers who sustained themselves as hunters and fishermen. In the Southwest lived the farming people of the Pueblo country, inhabiting substantial cities of stone or adobe (clay). In the Four-Corners area of the present Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico states was the heartland of the Anasazi people – the “ancient ones”. Their culture began taking on its distinct characteristics about 100 B.C., but it became by the time of its climax the most extensive and influential by far in the Southwest. Along the Mississippi were the villages of the Mound People who built giant earthworks atop which they worshipped their gods. By this time the Native Americans spoke many different languages, some as different from each other as Italian from English. More than 200 languages and dialects developed. There were great variations in customs and traditions from place to place and tribe to tribe.
The first major civilization of Mesoamerica (what stretched from Mexico’s central plateau south to Costa Rica) was that of the Olmecs, the enigmatic people who inhabited the jungles along Mexico’s Gulf Coast as long ago as 1200 B.C. Their rulers built impressive temples and spread their influence throughout Middle America, among them to the Maya, Toltec, Aztec, as well as other peoples far to north and south.
Agriculture, as part of the milestones of cultural improvements, was invented in Mesoamerica circa 7000 B.C. to 1500 B.C. and began to spread northward. To aid in the process of human geographic distribution, agriculture arrived to North America from Mesoamerica and possibly also the Caribbean between 1000 and 2000 years ago. Areas suitable for agriculture were suitable for humans. Mesoamerica, along with the Andes region of South America, where agriculture also developed, is therefore sometimes referred to as “Nuclear America”.
Native Americans spread out quickly in South America. They inhabited the hot and humid jungles just like the cold Andes high above the sea level, and adopted their lifestyle perfectly to the given climate and circumstances. The most spectacular culture of the area was the Inca.
Trillions of dollars worth of gold, jewelry, and fine art were reported missing or stolen after World War II… Is some of the loot buried in a secret Nazi gold train? Dark5tv presents 5 of WWII’s most mysterious missing treasures and the conspiracies to hide them from the world.
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A video I created about some really incredible treasures that have been found around the world. Watch the video to learn more 🙂
It includes: Panagyurishte treasure (Bulgaria, 1949, Thracian treasure), Preslav treasure (Bulgaria, Veliki Preslav, Byzantine coins, Constantine VII, Roman II, artifacts), Tutankhamen’s Treasure (Egypt, Howard Carter, Ramesside Period), Pereshchepina Treasure (Bulgaria, Byzantine, Sassanian, and Avarian objects, Volkerwanderung, Kubrat, Great Bulgaria, Asparuh, First Bulgarian Empire), Tillya Tepe Treasure (Afghanistan, Sheberghan, Soviet-Afghanistani mission, 1979, Victor Sarianidi), The Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós (Romania, Transylvania, Sânnicolau Mare, Romania), The Pietroasele Treasure (Pietroasele, Buzau, Romania, Gothic treasure, Migration Period, National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest), The Treasure of Gourdon (France, Gourdon, Saône-et-Loire, Byzantine emperors Leo I, Justin I), Java Treasure Trove (Indonesia), Sroda treasure (Poland, Regional Museum, Golden Crown, Blanche of Valois, Emporer Charles IV).
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