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There's a mythology about the native Americans, that they were all peaceful and in harmony with nature - it's easy to create narratives when there is no written record.But archeology keeps its own history and a new paper finds that the 20th century, with its hundreds of millions dead in wars and, in the case of Germany>
Though slavery is still invoked in the United States of America, it is ironically because it was relatively rare compared to the rest of the continent. Only 4 percent of African slaves brought by Europeans and other Africans were brought to what is now the U.S, and importation was banned by President Thomas Jefferson>
The recently released 2020 ParticipACTION Report Card revealed that Canadian children scored a D+ for “daily physical activity,” an F for “active play” and a D- for “active transportation.” Only 39 per cent of Canadian children and youth achieve recommended physical activity levels. A decline in children’s>
LOS ANGELES, October 15 /PRNewswire/ --- Journalists Attending the Los Angeles Auto Show Get an Exclusive Opportunity to Sample More than 25 Vehicles Representing a Broad Array of Alternative Fuel PlatformsThe Green Cars/LA Auto Show Ride and Drive, taking place on Nov. 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., brings together>
Do you know the name of the first computer game?   I confess I didn't and I learned programming on a Univac 1100/62 so I am a lot closer to the origination date of computer games than most people who will read this.I assumed it was a kind of punchcard-loaded word game, like a 1960s Leather Goddesses of Phobos>
I'm sure many of you have heard the old story about a group of blind men trying to describe an elephant.  One guy grabs the elephant's leg and says an elephant must be like a tree.  Another guy grabs the end of its tail and says it's like a woman's ponytail.  Another one catches a breeze from the elephant's>