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The Pyramids at Giza in Egypt are among the world’s great archaeological treasures. A visit there, though, has involved an expensive flight to Cairo, a dizzying cab ride across the congested metropolis, and in general, baking under the Egyptian sun.
The library of Alexandria had many names because of its greatness and the number and variety of books it contained. It was named the royal library of Alexandria, the Grand Library, or the great library of Alexandria.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, January 15, 2015 -▶ HUMANITY HAS EXCEEDED 4 of 9 'PLANETARY BOUNDARIES,' ACCORDING TO RESEARCHERS. An international team of researchers says climate change, the loss of biosphere integrity, land-system change, and altered biogeochemical cycles like phosphorus and nitrogen runoff have all passed beyond levels that put humanity in a “safe operating space.” http://www.news.wisc.edu/23409
Mother Jones, January 16, 2016 -▶ WE'RE DESTROYING THE PLANET IN WAYS THAT ARE EVEN WORSE THAN GLOBAL WARMING. Humans are "eating away at our own life support systems" at a rate unseen in the past 10,000 years by degrading land and freshwater systems, emitting greenhouse gases and releasing vast amounts of agricultural chemicals into the environment, new research has found. http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2015/01/humans-destorying-planet-earth
Australia's plans to protect the Great Barrier Reef are inadequate, short-sighted and will not prevent its decline, the country's pre-eminent grouping of natural scientists said Tuesday. The draft plan, released for consultation last month, was supposed to allay concerns by the United Nations about the reef's health after UNESCO threatened to put it on the World Heritage "in danger" list. Environment Minister Greg Hunt has said the proposal reflects an effort to balance the priorities of protecting the reef, which is teeming with marine life, and long-term sustainable development. "The plan also seems overly focused on the short-term task of addressing UNESCO's concerns about the reef's World Heritage Listing, rather than the longer-term challenges of restoring the values of the reef." Hughes said while the plan identified targets for reducing harmful agricultural run-off, any improvements would likely be lost in the unprecedented amount of dredging for coal ports and the Queensland state government's plans to double agricultural production by 2040.
A diver in Bulgaria discovered what is thought to be the world's oldest gold coin — and the find was apparently accidental. The scuba diver saw the coin near Sozopol on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, Bulgaria's BTA news agency reported, and gave it to Bozhidar Dimitrov, the head of the National History Museum in Sofia. The museum found that the coin appears to have been minted in western Anatolia in the second half of the seventh century B.C.E., making it more than 2,750 years old. The coin is thought to be from Lydia, a land in Anatolia that's believed to be the originator of gold and silver coins. Vladimir Penchev, a numismatist at the National History Museum, told BTA that the coin is made of electrum, an alloy of gold and silver used in early coins. He noted that the coin is "the first of its kind" to be found in Bulgaria, The Sofia Globe reports. --Meghan DeMaria
Diver Finds 2,750-Yr-Old Gold Coin in Bulgaria, believed the oldest gold coin ever discovered http://t.co/XV9t4ws3Sf pic.twitter.com/PWhPaE9lqq — The JRE Fanpage (@JoeRoganEXP) September 15, 2014
Sara Statham can cross an item off her bucket list: scuba diving in the Arctic Ocean.
Her first dive off the coast to Iqaluit, Nunavut, was captured on a GoPro.
"It was amazing to go scuba diving in Frobisher Bay, especially because Iqalummiut (people who live in Iqaluit) usually spend their time on top of the water (as sea ice) — not below it," Statham wrote in an email to Yahoo Canada.
"The highlight of my experience was definitely seeing all the underwater sea life. The species were so beautiful, peculiar, and unexpected. I think that a big misconception about the Arctic is that it is barren, because it definitely is not."
Meidum is located 65KM to the south of Sakkara. To visit the pyramid, you simply drive along the road that takes you to Sakkara, go pass that site, and continue straight on for about an hour until you see the Pyramid
Egypt is a country with an immense cultural mix, in every major city in Egypt you will find traditions that remain from the time of the Pharaohs, and in other parts you will find pure tribal customs that were brought in by many invaders throughout the centuries.
The 7 truths driving real strategic thinking, Everyone seems to be doing strategy nowadays. If you want to make a small idea look bigger, you say it's a strategy. If you want your job to seem more important, you put strategy in your title.
Whether asking for a testimonial from an industry A-lister, making an introduction to a potential client, or probing the mind of someone you admire, we've all cold-emailed people we didn't know to ask for something.
The findings published in the British Medical Journal included data from 4,676 women from the Nurses’ Health Study — an ongoing study running since 1976 that has been following over 120,000 nurses from the United States. The participants filled out food frequency questionnaires periodically (about every 4 years), and had blood tests for measurement of telomere length. The Alternate Mediterranean Diet Score was used to assess adherence to the diet.
The results showed that greater adherence to a Mediterranean diet — characterized by high intake of vegetables, olive oil, fruit, legumes and less red meat and saturated fats — was significantly associated with longer telomere length.
The researchers noted that oxidative stress can accelerate telomere weakening and the established effect of the Mediterranean diet on oxidative stress may explain its effect on telomere length.
The researchers concluded that the results further support the benefits of adherence to the Mediterranean diet for promoting health and longevity.
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