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20 Rare Historical Photos that Scientists couldn't solve it yet
welcome to a journey through the pages of unexplained history a portal to Mysteries that even the sharpest scientific Minds can't fully unravel this video explores 20 of the most baffling photographs and discoveries from around the globe each of these snapshots offers a fascinating glimpse into inexplicable events and objects from our past .
The Best three Vegetables to eat
Hi everybody, we are planning to talk about the three healthiest vegetables you should eat. You know, vegetables are by far some of the most important foods for health and longevity. But by now you know all vegetables are not created equal. So today I'm going to share three of my favorites with you and I encourage you to eat them as often as you like.
6 Benefits of eating Oats and Oatmeal
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. Not only are they nutritious, they're convenient, they're delicious, and they're also naturally gluten free, which is useful for a lot of people.there is six health benefits of eating Oats .
The History of Wheel
the wheel where would we be without this rotating wonder the wheel allows us to perform a myriad of tasks everything from scooting to the shops on a Saturday afternoon to hurtling around a race course in high-performance vehicles so indispensable our wheels to everyday life that many imagined the wheel was invented early in human history's and probably hewn out of stone however archaeology shows that for much of human history the wheel simply wasn't necessary and therefore wasn't invented so just how old is this cycler Tory shape well some of the earliest evidence for wheels dates to around 3,600 BC with the cucuteni to pillion culture here it is thought that over time sleds rolled on logs evolved into wheels on fixed axles they also made wheels in the form of models here is a vulnerable bull around about the same time in Mesopotamia there are many pictograph references to wheels in and around the great ziggurat city of Ur archaeologists have found images of carts seemingly with solid wooden wheels attached to their axles with pegs they probably would have been very useful for transportation of goods and also in combat in order to find the oldest reliably dated wheel you must travel to the capital of Slovenia Lea Briana here is a reconstruction of that wooden Marvel dating to around 3100 BC between 3,000 and 2,000 BC on the Russian steppes and into Eastern Europe there is much evidence of wheels in so-called Kurgan burial mounds more than 200 examples of wooden carts with wooden wheels and axles have been uncovered from these burial mounds they were obviously important as the dead seemingly couldn't live without them around the same time in what is now Turkey menaced an at the site of Alton death or the Golden Hill we find yet again evidence that wheels were being used on models and similarly dating to around 2600 BC in in Pakistan at the site of mohenjo-daro archeologists unearthed yet more evidence that wheels were being used on models we now approach a key point in the history of wheels around 2000 BC the invention of spokes lighter wheels and thus chariots yet again it seems Eastern Europe was the pioneer and chariots spread across the world it is thought a key element in their appeal is the ability to have fast moving soldiers in other words a combat edge between 2,000 and 1,500 BC we see chariots spread from the Carpathian Mountains to north of the Caspian Sea chariots chariots and thus wheels are found in Thracian burials in Bulgaria and to the east the Cintas de culture were burying chariots along with weapons of war the ancient Greek city-states saw the arrival of the chariots and thus the spoke wheel around 1500 BC though as elsewhere it seems the wheel may have had a precedent with models the chariot took on a role amongst the ancient Greeks in combat and ceremony but it seems across the city-states Chariot Racing was the most popular use of the wheel the heritage of the wheel used on chariots in China was established in Liu yang around 2002 dating to around 1200 BC archaeologists uncovered several chariots along with horses but don't worry it seems they weren't buried alive as elsewhere it seems such Giants were used for everything from leisure to warfare of course I would be remiss if I did not mention the chariot technology which had spread south to Egypt Pharaohs are often depicted on chariots either racing or fending off whole armies single-handedly such chariots were extremely well constructed strong agile and light when it comes to wheels Britain was a late developer the earliest evidence for which comes from flag fan this wooden wheel dates to the Bronze Age around 1300 BC however around a thousand years later around 300 BC in wet bang in North Yorkshire the wheel and indeed the chariot had taken center stage buried with the chieftain this was high-end Iron Age technology composite wheels with iron rims for durability again it seems that usage ranged from warfare to racing ceremony to the grave soon after this we see the rise of the Roman world and their most famous of wheel related contributions but is of course roads on the Appian Way in Italy you can even see where wheels of warn tracks into the stone it seems the Romans borrowed their chariot technology from the Etruscans who loved to race them and as with many things in the Roman world they could not help but supersize the event now this is all well and good I hear you say but what about the Americas what about the new world well so far it seems the full-blown wheel was simply not invented some cultures such as the Olmec were technologically advanced famous for their stone sculptures for example but the only use for wheels we have found seems to be on models or toys a lack of large domestic animals possibly meant a cart were simply never developed from solid pieces of wood to wheels we know and love this has been far from a comprehensive history of the wheel there are many other wheels I could have mentioned including wheel pendants found amongst urn filled graves or quite literally the world of wonders opened up by the invention of the potter's wheel but we have at least seen something of the origins of a technology which has been so important to human history so whether you've taken your car to work or maybe decided to ride in on your unicycle be you hurtling along the track of a death-defying roller coaster or coming in to land your prized plane or even just carting around your shopping in the supermarket take time to appreciate the wonderful wheels around you and the thousands of years which have gone into developing them but remember that wheels are not a Stone Age invention they're relatively new and for far longer than we have had them we live quite happily without them
What Makes a Poem...Poem?
Muhammad Ali spent years training to become the greatest boxer the world had ever seen, but only moments to create the shortest poem. Ali captivated Harvard's graduating class in 1975 with his message of unity and friendship. When he finished, the audience wanted more. They wanted a poem. Ali delivered what is considered the shortest poem ever. "Me, we." Or is it "me, weeee"? No one's really sure. Regardless, if these two words are a poem, then what exactly makes a poem a poem? Poets themselves have struggled with this question, often using metaphors to approximate a definition. Is a poem a little machine? A firework? An echo? A dream? Poetry generally has certain recognizable characteristics. One - poems emphasize language's musical qualities. This can be achieved through rhyme, rhythm, and meter, from the sonnets of Shakepeare, to the odes of Confucius, to the Sanskrit Vedas. Two - poems use condensed language, like literature with all the water wrung out of it. Three - poems often feature intense feelings, from Rumi's spiritual poetry to Pablo Neruda's "Ode to an Onion." Poetry, like art itself, has a way of challenging simple definitions. While the rhythmic patterns of the earliest poems were a way to remember stories even before the advent of writing, a poem doesn't need to be lyrical. Reinhard Döhl's “Apfel” and Eugen Gomringer's "silencio" toe the line between visual art and poetry. Meanwhile, E.E. Cummings wrote poems whose shapes were as important as the words themselves, in this case amplifying the sad loneliness of a single leaf falling through space. If the visual nature of poetry faded into the background, perhaps we'd be left with music, and that's an area that people love to debate. Are songs poems? Many don't regard songwriters as poets in a literary sense, but lyrics from artists like Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, and Tupac Shakur often hold up even without the music. In rap, poet elements like rhyme, rhythm, and imagery are inseparable from the form. Take this lyric from the Notorious B.I.G. "I can hear sweat trickling down your cheek. Your heartbeat sounds like Sasquatch feet Thundering, shaking the concrete." So far, all the examples we've seen have had line breaks. We can even imagine the two words of Ali's poem organizing in the air - Me, We. Poetry has a shape that we can usually recognize. Its line breaks help readers navigate the rhythms of a poem. But what if those line breaks disappeared? Would it lose its essence as a poem? Maybe not. Enter the prose poem. Prose poems use vivid images and wordplay but are formatted like paragraphs. When we look at poetry less as a form and more as a concept, we can see the poetic all around us: spiritual hymns, the speeches of orators like Martin Luther King, Jr., JFK, and Winston Churchill, and surprising places like social media. In 2010, journalist Joanna Smith tweeted updates from the earthquake in Haiti. "Was in the b-room getting dressed when I heard my name. Tremor. Ran outside through a sliding door. All still now. Safe. Roosters crowing." Smith uses language in a way that is powerful, direct, and filled with vivid images. Compare her language to a haiku, the ancient Japanese poetic form that emphasizes bursts of brief intensity with just three lines of five, seven, and five syllables. The waters of poetry run wide and deep. Poetry has evolved over time, and perhaps now more than ever, the line between poetry, prose, song, and visual art has blurred. However, one thing has not changed. The word poetry actually began in verb form, coming from the ancient Greek poiesis, which means to create. Poets, like craftsmen, still work with the raw materials of the world to forge new understandings and comment on what it is to be human in a way only humans can. Dartmouth researchers tested this idea by asking robots to pen poetry. A panel of judges sorted through stacks of sonnets to see if they could distinguish those made by man and machine. You may be happy to know that while scientists have successfully used artificial intelligence in manufacturing, medicine, and even journalism, poetry is a different story. The robots were caught red-handed 100% of the time.
The Ugly Duck
this is the story of the ugly duckling once upon a time on a lovely summer's day a mumma duck sat upon her nest inside her nest were six eggs almost ready to hatch she heard a creak and a crick and a crack come quick my eggs are ready to hatch mama duck said to the other ducks the other ducks gathered around as the eggs cracked open one by one and out peaked five little yellow fuzzy heads they chirped and they cheaped and they chittered oh my said one of the ducks what adorable little ducklings but mama duck was worried she had six eggs in her nest but only five had hatched maybe this one's not ready yet said an old duck and then crack the six egg split open oh my said mama duck the six little duckling was not little and not at all yellow in fact he was quite large and gray and his beak was black why is he grey quacked one of the other ducks and why is his beak black asked another duck what an ugly duckling snorted a pig don't be rude shouted mama duck he's not ugly he is special mama duck insisted she did not care that the six little duckling looked different she was very proud of all her ducklings yellow or grey the next day mumma duck took all six of her ducklings to the pond the five cute yellow ducklings swam and played that the ugly duckling did not feel like swimming or playing mama he asked why am i gray instead of yellow like the others mama duck smiled at her duckling and said because you are special but why is my beak black the little duckling asked because it makes you unique mama duck replied but the ugly duckling did not understand and the more he looked at his small cute yellow brothers and sisters the more he felt ugly and alone i would be better off by myself he thought so when mama duck was not looking the ugly duckling swam across the pond and waddled over to the field leaving his family far behind there must be other ducklings like me the ugly duckling decided i will go and find them he walked all night and into the morning when the sun rose again he came to a meadow in it were some turkeys excuse me said the ugly duckling politely have you seen any darklings like me no said the turkeys we've never seen any ducklings as grey as you the ugly duckling kept waddling past the meadow until he came to a stream swimming in it with some geese hardened me said the ugly duckling have you seen any ducklings like me no said the geese we've never seen any ducklings as large as you so the ugly duckling kept waddling past the stream until he came to a barn inside it was some chickens sorry to bother you said the ugly duckling have you seen any darklings like me no said the chickens we've never seen any ducklings with a beak as black as yours and so the ugly duckling kept waddling past the barn until he came to a tall tree perched on a branch was a wise old owl hello said the ugly duckling have you seen any ducklings like me no who did the owl i've never seen any ducklings like you this is hopeless cried the ugly duckling mama duck told me i was special and unique but i'm just a ugly duckling hmm said the wise old owl perhaps mama duck was trying to tell you that it doesn't matter what's on the outside true happiness is found on the inside but the ugly duckling did not understand he kept on waddling past the tall tree until he came to a lake but there were no birds to talk to there i can't find others like me said the ugly duckling i will stay here in this lake and hide in these weeds forever the ugly duckling crawled into the tall green reeds where he could stay hidden for the rest of his life soon summer became fall and the leaves turned brown and red and gold but still the ugly duckling hid in the reeds of the lake winter came and snow fell but still the ugly duckling stayed hidden he decided he would never show his face again then springtime came and the warm sunshine brought flowers and green grass still the ugly ducklings stayed hidden until one day he heard a splash he dared to peek out from his hiding place in the reeds right before him was a beautiful white bird with a long graceful neck and a bright orange beak it was a swan and it was the prettiest bird he had ever seen wow said the ugly duckling to himself i wish i was that beautiful the swan heard his words and paddled towards him the ugly duckling tried to back away into his reeds but then the swan called out to him why are you hiding the swan asked come swim with me the ugly duckling could not believe it you don't think i'm ugly he asked of course not laugh the swan you look just like me the ugly duckling looked down and saw his reflection in the lake he gasped he had grown during the long months of fall and winter and now he had beautiful white feathers a long graceful neck and a bright orange beak he was not an ugly duckling at all i'm a swan said the ugly duckling happily as he came out from the reeds as he swam around with his new swan friend the ugly duckling heard a sound quack quack quack a family of six ducks was swimming in the lake it was mama duck and her five young duck children my family the ugly duckling said as he swam over to them happily it's me your ugly duckling but i'm not a duck i'm a beautiful sword mama duck smiled it's never mattered to us if you were yellow or gray or a duck or a swan she told him what mattered was who you were on the inside and finally the ugly duckling understood he had been unique and special all along he just had to see it for himself .
The History of Bitcoin
Introduction: Bitcoin, the first decentralized cryptocurrency, has emerged as a revolutionary force in the world of finance and technology. Its origins can be traced back to the enigmatic figure known as Satoshi Nakamoto, who introduced the concept in a whitepaper titled "Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System" in 2008. In this article, we will delve into the captivating history of Bitcoin, exploring its early beginnings, significant milestones, and the impact it has made on the global economy and beyond.
How to Reduce your Cholesterol Naturally
Today we are going to be going over some simple things that you can start doing right now to lower your cholesterol. Before we do that though, let's review briefly why we even care about cholesterol. You see cholesterol is made in your liver and has a lot of important functions throughout the body but like anything, too much of a good thing and too much in the wrong places can cause some problems. Cholesterol is somewhat like a fat in that it doesn't dissolve in water. Because of that it needs to be transported throughout the body on molecules called lipoproteins. These carry cholesterol, among other things, around the blood. There are different lipoproteins that travel around the blood. One of them is called LDL-that's a Low density lipoprotein, it brings cholesterol to the different parts of the body and is responsible for the cholesterol deposits that contribute to heart disease. This is what we refer to as the "Bad Cholesterol". IN contrast we have what we call HDL or High density Lipoprotein. These are responsible for taking cholesterol away from the different parts of the body. We often refer to these as the "Good cholesterol". It has a protective effect on the heart. So our goal in treating cholesterol is finding ways to decrease the LDL or the bad cholesterol and increase the HDL or the good cholesterol. So let's talk about some ways that you can do that.
Amongst many inventors throughout the history of science, one of the most prominent inventors was Nikola Tesla. Nikola Tesla was an inventor, an electrical engineer and a mechanical engineer. Nikola Tesla was also a Serbian-American Engineer who was highly regarded for his achievements in energy for the advancement and growth of Alternating Current (AC) in electrical systems. He also provided his extraordinary contributions to electromagnetism and wireless radio communications.