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I really dont know but i think the person is related to the church.

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It was built for hydroelectric power for Southwest and California.

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Are you one of those people who has only heard about the Antikythera mechanism recently? You are not alone. There are a lot of people who are surprised that this exists even though this has been around since the time of the ancient Greeks. This was used before in order to check eclipses.


The mechanism can provide not only astrological details, it can provide astronomical details as well. This was able to detect the positions and the movements of the planets, the sun, and even the moon. This 2000-year old computer is still being decoded by experts so that they can further understand the details they can gather from it.

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Noli Me Tángere is a novel. José Rizal wrote it and released in 1887. There were both good and adverse reactions to this novel. Payo was the Archbishop during the release. From a religious standpoint, he found the book to be scandalous and heretical. From a government standpoint, he found Noli Me Tángere to be offensive and unpatriotic.

Friar Salvador Font was a priest. He recommended that it be prohibited in the Philippines. Friar Salvador Font also felt it was an attack on the state, the employees, and the courts. Despite these reviews and recommendations, the novel wasn't banned.

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Hammurabi’s code is the code of Babylonian Law, which was formulated in 1700 B.C. The code was as relevant to the Babylonians as the laws that were enforced for the first time. The system of Hammurabi was more critical to biblical archeologists, and the regulations appear to be like the Mosaic law. Hammurabi’s code of law represented the laws that were listed in the ancient Mesopotamian society.

It was a list of both laws and punishments. The file was so important that even the King did not have the authority to change the rules. The code was written in Akkadian language and is also available to this day on display in the Louvre in Paris.

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The answer to this is Knowledge is Best with Virtue. There are a lot of people who have a lot of knowledge about different things. Even with the knowledge that they have learned. Knowledge is known to be associated with the truth.

Without proper knowledge, people will not know what the truth is. Virtue is known to be a moral habit. This is something that people do because they know that it is morally right. By doing this, they can do things without being a hindrance to other people.

Virtues are not absolute. There are some that may change over time but they can be used together with knowledge to get the best results.

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Over the last few years it seems all twelve.

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The Iran-Contra Affair was a United States controversial political scandal involving the secretly facilitated sale of weapons to Iran by the United States during the second term of President Reagan.

This scandal started as a secret government operation to free 7 American hostages that are being held by Hezbollah in Lebanon. The plan was to sell weapons to Iran through the cooperation of Israel and at the same time negotiate the release of the hostages. However, because of the arms embargo on Iran, the U.S. Congress deemed the transaction unconstitutional causing a huge national scandal that the Democrats used to help them win the next election.

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When Iltutmish ascended the throne in 1210 CE, his father-in-law's empire was split in 4 between Aibak's sons and Iltutmish retained the control of Delhi. He faced staunch opposition from the other sons and spent the next 10 years suppressing revolts and protecting his borders...Slowly and steadily, he got back many lost parts of the empire.

He also protected himself from the Rajputs. Iltutmish is remembered for his successful prevention of Mongol invasions. This began in 1221 when Changez Khan chased the ruler of Khwarzim to India. Iltutmish refused him asylum and Changez Khan stood at the banks of the Indus for 3 months before turning back. He strengthened his borders and the most elite soldiers were sent to the north-western borders. The successors of Changez Khan made numerous attempts to invade India but every attack was deflected by his armies. His actions consolidated the empire and set the foundations for the Sultanate which lasted for 300 years

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