Thousand years

Intimate file of a Wyoming woman in the early 20th century

Nichols produced some extremely striking images from the moment she picked up her camera. One of his first subjects was his sister Lizzie (who used a crutch after a serious fall as a child) outside their log house at a monumental monumental angle. A young woman, likely Lora and Lizzie’s cousin, Carrie, stands behind Lizzie, in the shaded doorway, creating ...

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The Simpsons: How Bart Becomes a Prophet

In Season 16’s “The Father, Son and the Holy Star”, it was hinted that Bart Simpson would eventually become a religious icon. For a show stuck in a time window for the titular family, The simpsons teased the eventual fate of the actors and the world around them in various ways. This includes a religious conflict with a family member ...

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11 years after the promulgation of the law on marriage equality: six thousand couples from the LGBT + community have married in the city of Buenos Aires and there have been only 88 divorces

On a day like today 11 years ago, the Equal Marriage Act, another conquest of the LGBT + community. On July 15, 2010, the Argentina became the first country in Latin America and the Caribbean to grant this right, and fifteenth in the world. A fairer and more egalitarian place. Two weeks after its entry into force, in Santiago del ...

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Has Australia ruined the pandemic?

Loading WA Premier Mark McGowan has openly speculated on the permanent closure of the border with New South Wales. Permanently! Victorians are crying out loud that the federal government has given NSW a better and timely financial support package than it has for them. We will be guided by the experts has been the slogan but when the experts are ...

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‘Loki’ reveals Kang the Conqueror. What you need to know about Marvel’s next villain

Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for episode six of “Loki”. Kang the Conqueror has just been introduced in “Loki” as the being behind the TVA. Here’s everything you need to know about Kang, and what his presence means for the MCU going forward. Visit the Insider home page for more stories. Fans were hoping for a huge reveal on ...

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A novel traces the path of Earth from lush Eden to an arid hellish landscape

The magic embodied by Chapman is followed by the malicious wonders of technology in the second common thread of the novel. Here we follow John, a brilliant inventor turned repentant eco-rebel, as he tries to redeem himself for his part in creating an Ohio-based planetary mega-interest known as Earthtrust. Earthtrust, founded by John’s childhood best friend to help tackle the ...

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Rising life expectancy has led to an increase in India’s population: Expert: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Chandigarh, July 11 Professor Emeritus Tim Dyson of the London School of Economics and Political Science said today that during India’s post-independence period, an increase in life expectancy and a decline in mortality infantile resulted in a significant increase in the population. He delivered an online talk on World Population Day at the Center for Research on ...

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Zero tolerance for social media that doesn’t follow the law

Finally, the government and justice have shown the courage to call a spade a spade. The new Union Law Minister and the Supreme Court of India have told in plain language the so-called social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to strictly abide by the laws and rules of the country which govern them or terminate their operations. ...

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Little bear seen roaming the streets of Thousand Oaks – NBC Los Angeles

A small bear was filmed wandering the streets of Thousand Oaks just after midnight. Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies on patrol spotted the bear in the Teardrop Court area and escorted it through an open space for nearly an hour without incident. Bears have been spotted increasingly in residential neighborhoods, especially in recent weeks, likely to find food and water as ...

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Corrosion repair on new Colman wharf piles could cost up to $ 10 million

SEATTLE – Consultants investigating an accelerated corrosion problem on steel piles for Washington State Ferries’ new terminal at Colman Dock have recommended a solution estimated at $ 10 million. This solution would be designed to protect 173 piles that were driven into Elliott Bay for the project in the fall of 2017. Approximately 500 piles in total were installed as ...

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