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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...arco Polo. 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing... ...in flooded, swampy areas? Based on a theory developed in 1930 by British marine biologist Alistair Hardy, Elaine Morgan‘s provocative book Aquatic ... ...webbing between the fingers.  Voluntary breath control, such as the kind marine mammals and birds possess.  A hooded nose with nostrils pointed ... ...nt dovetails with conclusions outlined in Noah’s Flood, a book written by marine geologists William Ryan and Walter Pitman and published in 1998. Fr... ...ain control over regions large enough to grow into the world‘s first city-states. Temples, such as those in Ur, Babylon, and Nineveh, towered over w... ... and summon them for service when needed. After he conquered all the city-states in Mesopotamia, the king initiated a series of reforms to pave the ... ...ericles to the beginning of the decline of the Roman Empire. In 2011 the United States is less than half that age. CHAPTER 6 ―Chinese ships... ...ge of literature and learning in an England that was gradually becoming a united kingdom. It was to England‘s scholars that Charlemagne—the illiter... ...ential of competing religions and—more than five hundred years before the United States adopted its Bill of Rights—decreed complete and total religi...

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