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The ancient Babylonians positioned Jupiter by geometric methods

The ancient Babylonians positioned Jupiter by geometric methods

One of the great mysteries of humanity, and that surely we will never discover its reason, is why ancient civilizations lacking the technology we have today, were able to determine things like the one we bring you in this post, the positioning of Jupiter by geometric methods on the part of the Babylonians.

Earth's history: the Late Devonian mass extinction

Earth's history: the Late Devonian mass extinction

At the end of the Devonian period, 70 of all species became extinct in the event known as the "Late Devonian mass extinction", in which it was the second mass extinction event in Earth's history. the extinction occurred is unknown, as well as whether they were two very acute mass extinctions, or a series of minor but lethal extinctions.

An exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of

An exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of "Alice in Wonderland"

The Morgan Library and Museum invites visitors on an unforgettable journey into one of the most incredible stories ever told, Lewis Carrol's 'Alice in Wonderland'. The exhibition, 'Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland' which It will be open to the public until October 11, it is celebrated due to the 150th anniversary of the publication of Carrol's book.

Malocclusion and dental crowding 12,000 years ago

Malocclusion and dental crowding 12,000 years ago

Thanks to the studies carried out on the human remains found in different sites, we can learn about many things about our ancestors and how they lived as well as many of their characteristics and highlights of their day to day. After having analyzed the jaws and teeth of 292 skeletons from Anatolia, the Levant and Europe, with remains dating back to 28.

Geological history of the Earth: the Permian period

Geological history of the Earth: the Permian period

The Permian period lasted from 300 to 250 million years ago, being the last period of the Paleozoic Era.At the beginning of the Permian, all the continental masses came together to form the supercontinent Pangea, which was surrounded by the huge Panthalassa Ocean. a period of drought on Earth due to the fact that the center of the supercontinent was not regulated by bodies of water, although thanks to this dry climate, reptiles and synapsids proliferated, where animals such as Dimetrodon and Edaphosaurus dominated the planet.

History of the Rohingya, Muslim population of Burma

History of the Rohingya, Muslim population of Burma

The Rohingya or Rohingya are a Bengali Muslim ethnic group from the north of the State of Rakáin, formerly called Arakan, in Myanmar (Burma) that are mainly concentrated in two municipalities of this one on the border with Bangladesh. For many years, this group is Known for being a people "without a State" and "without friends" as explained by the United Nations, being systematically persecuted by the Government of Myanmar for not considering them citizens, but immigrants who arrived in the country after the Second World War.