Colonization of Africa – summary from mid-15th century to 1980

Colonization of Africa – summary from mid-15th century to 1980

In the middle of the 15th century, central and southern Africa is still unknown to Europe. However, for centuries the Arabs operated trade routes crossing the vast Sahara desert transporting to the Mediterranean gold, ivory and slaves. Europe is more interested in profitable trade routes from Asia, especially the import of silk and spices. But […]

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🗣️How the 🤑financial lobby machine 🏦 controls the European Union insitutions

🗣️How the 🤑financial lobby machine 🏦 controls the European Union insitutions

What the European Commission is telling us is that important regulators like the European Banking Authority can be completely captured by the economic sectors that they are supposed to regulate. Following the 2008 financial crisis the then Commission President said that there is a need to re-balance the influence of the financial sector in EU […]

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What is the EUROPEAN UNION, Anyway?!

The EU is not a continent. Europe is the continent. The EU is also not a country, but rather it’s made up of a bunch of countries. The EU is not the same as the Schengen Area. It’s not? No, it’s not. And the EU is also not the same as the Euro Zone. Huh? […]

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Beekeeping or apiculture – honey bee colonies

I’ll get you just to stand back in case I desturb them (Bee Keeper) So now will that be full of honey then? (Cindy) 0:00:37.00,0:00:40.00 No. Hopefully, I’m going to show you some young brood (Bee Keeper) OK! Oh gosh! (Cindy) Oh my gosh, look at that! (Cindy) So there it is there, it’s a […]

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EUphoria – What is the European Union?

EUphoria – What is the European Union?

The European Union. Representing sixty years of treaty-making and collaboration, it is a gathering of 28 countries, mainly located in Europe. Speaking 24 official languages, the European Union is an international, intergovernmental and supranational organization of member-states. Member-states that have autonomous but overlapping accounts of history, preferences and sense of identity. Coming together on the […]

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European Space Agency To Build Moon Colony

European Space Agency To Build Moon Colony

it is an ambitious goal build a village on the moon within the next 14 years and the European Space Agency has its sights set on doing just that we spoke to director general of the ESA about what it would take to complete such a project and how a moon village could help astronauts […]

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Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Greece is in major financial trouble, which is seriously affecting all of Europe. Their threat to leave the Eurozone, which could create another major recession, has made some question whether the interconnectedness of the European Union is ultimately beneficial to it’s members. So, is it worth it to be in the EU? Well, the EU […]

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? The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

? The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

what is the euro crisis? it is, in simple words, the failure of euro, a currency which ties together 17 european countries. a currency, which in over the past three years, has brought Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Cyprus, to the brink of bankruptcy, giving birth to the european sovereign debt crisis, and threatning […]

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Jean Baudrillard. Cultural Identity and Politics. 2002 4/8

Jean Baudrillard. Cultural Identity and Politics. 2002 4/8

Baudrillard: Now why do you try to save culture? Culture is, as in modern organisation, not as in anthropological reality. As an anthropological reality, it generates itself and it perishes by itself. As animal species; it is a singularity. It has its birth and its death. And so it is, you don’t need to, to […]

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The Cultural Nature of Crawling

The Cultural Nature of Crawling

Hi everyone, it’s Aradia Wyndham. I’m the baby historian. Today we’re going to talk about the cultural nature of crawling. As an American, crawling is considered a developmental milestone in my culture. As it is in many western cultures, crawling has been given credit for everything from the development of depth perception to strengthening muscles […]

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