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    I wonder what it is that makes aspirin different?...

    I wonder what it is that makes aspirin different?

    It would be nice to know the optimum dosage as well, optimum for heart and alzheimer's, but not enough to cause problems.
  2. ^^Yes, and I'm sure you're absolutely stunningly...

    ^^Yes, and I'm sure you're absolutely stunningly gorgeous, right?

    I beg leave to doubt.

    I'm quite the Francophile and Anglophile in terms of culture, but with some exceptions, who are usually...
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    The Italian Wars

    Two excellent podcasts on a topic too little known by non-Italians.

    https://art19.com/shows/tides-of-history/episodes/d2e221a8-8727-4650-9511-b3c8735ca8bb

    I can also recommend the one on the...
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    Aspirin and Alzheimer's

    See:
    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0222505
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    Meteorite caused Younger Dryas?

    There have been doubters because no crater large enough was ever found. That may change.


    See:...
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    I have a new obsession: Fishcher-Dieskau ...

    I have a new obsession: Fishcher-Dieskau


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIIS-UgixGE
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  8. Genetic impact of Ottoman Occupation on Central and SE Europe

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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6585392/

    "History of East-Central Europe has been intertwined with the history of Turks in the past. A significant part of this region of...
  9. Toolkit of hunter-gatherers in what is now Israel

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/7999-190911-israel-tiny-knives

    According to a Times of Israel report, elephant fat and bone residues have been detected on 500,000-year-old flint blades...
  10. Roman settlement in England extended further than once thought

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    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/sep/16/remains-of-ancient-butchers-beef-up-case-for-redrawing-map-of-roman-empire

    "The remains of a high-quality Romano-British butcher’s business...
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    See:...

    See:
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/234521823_Earliest_Date_for_Milk_Use_in_the_Near_East_and_Southeastern_Europe_Linked_to_Cattle_Herding

    "The domestication of cattle, sheep and goats...
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    It's just the first evidence on teeth. The first...

    It's just the first evidence on teeth. The first evidence of dairy processing is way back in the Anatolian Neolithic.
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    Enough with the cryptic comments. If you have...

    Enough with the cryptic comments. If you have something to say, say it.
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    It seems Gidai is back as Popa Cristian. Crazy is...

    It seems Gidai is back as Popa Cristian. Crazy is crazy whatever the name.

    Do you know what reputation power means? It means how your votes affect someone else's reputation. Yours is zero.

    Move...
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    They're not saying this is exact; it's just...

    They're not saying this is exact; it's just probabilities.

    Totally subjective comment, butt she looks less "brutish" to my eye than do the Neanderthals.

    As for the "conflict" about the...
  16. For goodness' sakes, for most of linguistics, the...

    For goodness' sakes, for most of linguistics, the evidence can only "suggest" conclusions. NO ONE WAS AROUND TO HEAR THEM.

    This is all just special pleading to find any technicality to "SUGGEST"...
  17. His modus operandi is to somehow get hold of...

    His modus operandi is to somehow get hold of unpublished papers and to then put out his own spin on the contents in order to try to mold perception of it. It's a common public relations ploy. He's...
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    It's a great play with brilliant, witty dialogue....

    It's a great play with brilliant, witty dialogue. Whether it's true in terms of the relationships we can't know. However, there's more than enough documentary evidence showing that the broad strokes...
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    You downvoted the post because you take objection...

    You downvoted the post because you take objection to the facts presented in the article? Who were stupid, the Protestants or the Catholics? You think Orthodox Christians would have acted differently?...
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    Women worked like mules. So did men, of course. I...

    Women worked like mules. So did men, of course. I just mean there were no concessions to feminine "weakness". That was a middle class Victorian fantasy. My mother told me often that only the...
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    People forget that there wasn't a coup d'etat in...

    People forget that there wasn't a coup d'etat in Germany, or a civil war, or an invasion and imposition of laws. Hitler won the popular vote. Religion was the single most important determining factor...
  22. Explosion at Russian center for deadly viruses

    Chernobyl redux? And this was considered a world power. It was and is a third world power with a deadly arsenal.

    If the world as we know it ends through technology, it will more likely be through...
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    Who voted for Hitler and Why?

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    https://ajps.org/2017/08/10/who-voted-and-didnt-for-hitler-and-why/

    Short answer: Protestants


    "The Nazi government ushered in key changes to the Protestant churches in Germany. First,...
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    Eleanor of Aquitaine?

    If it's a true likeness she had a very Med look to her, imo.

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8008-190916-england-eleanor-of-aquitaine

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  25. Seems like you haven't been here for very long....

    Seems like you haven't been here for very long. Nobody with any active brain cells doubts that there was Slavic genetic influence in the Balkans. Nor does anyone who has read the scientific papers...
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