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The Siberian taiga is the largest of Earth’s nearly uninhabited wilderness and it is one of the most isolated places in the world. It is also one of the most difficult terrains to travel through and it’s nearly impossible to live there. The short summers and long winters of very cold weather discourage human habitation.The Siberian taiga is the largest of Earth’s nearly uninhabited wilderness and it is one of the most isolated places in the world. It is also one of the most difficult terrains to travel through and it’s nearly impossible to live there.
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One of the most revealing tells of a false flag and/or staged deception — beyond grainy and blurry imagery — is a blatant dearth of security camera footage. It’s gotten to the point that the Crime Syndicate doesn’t even bother to offer to explain this anymore, as it doesn’t seem to even occur to a neuro-linguistic programmed population to inquire about this MO.
Back in 2001 after the Pentagon was hit, people were still asking about such things. Accordingly, the criminals needed a story line.
Vintage Postcards From 1900-1910 Captured Women’s Beauty
French screenwriter and director Sebastien Lifshitz has been collecting vintage pictures and photo albums he could find from thrift stores and flea market, and he's been doing this for 30 years! During one of his hunts, he stumbled upon a photo album belonging to a gay couple in the 1950s. The photos i
In this excerpt from part two of the Massachusetts School of Law's Program, Books Of Our Time, dedicated to Stephen Kinzer's book The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allan Dulles and Their Secret World War; Mr. Kinzer discusses Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' initiation of covert actions in Vietnam. The host is Lawrence R.
Check out these early photos from 12 big cities from more than 100 years ago! It's remarkable how much things have changed.
1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A view of 8th and Market streets downtown - one of the earliest photos of the city, courtesy of Free Library of Philadelphia.
Every now and then, an old garage, abandoned warehouse or derelict hangar turns up a trove of vintage treasures. Such is the case with this Texas barn when a mind-blowing collection of wartime aircraft stored in it was finally turned out and auctioned for a millions of dollars last year.
But how did these historic aircraft find their way into Edward’s Texas barn and remain there, semi-dismantled and collecting dust, for 40 years?
Every single ancient site discovered around world is shrouded in mystery as to how, when, and why they were built.
Here are 10 of the most mysterious and intriguing prehistoric sites discovered from around the world.
1. The Unfinished Obelisk of Aswan, Egypt
Baiae was built on the Cumaean Peninsula, originally as a port. It became a luxurious resort town and a gateway for the elite towards the beginning of the Roman Empire. Baia was the hottest vacation spot among prominent members of the Roman aristocracy such as Julius Caesar, Nero, Caligula, Augustus, Pompeius the Great, Marcus Antonius, Septimius Severus... the list goes on. Many had their own villas built there