Ireland’s Enigmatic Tomb Older Than The Great Pyramids

Older than Stonehenge and more enigmatic and ancient than the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Newgrange tomb in Ireland holds as many mysteries as each of those mysterious structures. The massive complex of Newgrange was built about 3200 BC, yet its existence was not discovered until 1699, when a local landowner wanted the mound dug up for its stones. In fact, throughout Ireland have been so far discovered over 200 such tombs.

Fairy Tale of the Demon Virus

Once upon a time, there was a king who ran a small country. He wasn’t the sharpest tool in the box, but he was lucky to have a smart priest. And he once asked this priest a question, how to maintain absolute power if people regularly do their own thing and don’t want to listen?

Debtor’s Revenge The Survivor’s Manual

As the lockdown is removed crisis payments by autocratic regimes will cease. However, the jobs lost will stay lost. As the government grapples with the challenge of an exit strategy from lockdown, many people are anxious about a looming financial cliff edge. What happens when the package of measures to support wages and reduce the burden of household bills comes to an end?

America Elections in Black and White

In what is more than the usual differences regarding political ideologies between two candidates with fundamentally different personalities, the United States presidential election is essentially the culmination of a war of White and mixed-race cultures, influential French philosopher and author Éric Zemmour said in a political talk show on French news channel CNews.

Diana On Her Chariot

Sublime Dreams of Living Machines. Part IV. One of the most interesting clocks, as well as one of the most representative of clockmaking during the transition from the late 16th to the early 17th century, is this rather spectacular automaton of Diana On Her Chariot, as it’s called.

Spanish Skipper Who Saved an Armada

Never forgotten was the drama as the Palm Line freighter Enugu Palm after finally answering the wheel skimmed by a metre or two a row of ocean-going freighters moored at the port’s quays. A second’s delay on the part of Captain Inés would have led to one of the worst shipping disasters in African history.

Is Music the Creation of Divinity

Many great Europeans truly believed that their pens, as they composed, were guided by a divine spirit. Great musicians were quite clear in their belief that their works were the creation of a divine force, which we place under the blanket term, God.