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Dark Internet, Bring Me The Grilled Cheese of Doom: hungwy ndiecity unclefather Can't drink the sarcophagus juice, can't eat the tomb cheese, what even is the point of archaeology ABC News @abcnews World's oldest cheese found in Egyptian tomb- but it may be filled with a deadly disease ab.co/2vRG3IH ativantaliban-deactivated0988 (Chanting) ancient cheese with a deadly disease ancient cheese with a deadly disease ancient d scithesuperb 2,000-year-old lump of butter found in rish bog However desphe bog buner being technically edible, researchers advise against eating it CAN WE STILL EAT THE FUCKING BOG BUTTER? dreamingofbabylon Fellas we've got ourselves 2 outta 3 ingredience for a legendary Grilled Cheese socialmediapeasant World's oldest bread found at prehistoric site in Jordan Wl Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) Charred remains of a flatbread baked about 14,500 years ago in a stone fireplace at a site in northeastern Jordan have given researchers a delectable surprise: people began making bread, a vital staple food, millennia before they developed agriculture. Grilled cheese!!!! dreamingofbabylon HELL YEA BAYBEE WE DONE IT!! GOD HERSELF GONNA GRILL US A CHEESE socialmediapeasant mgimme the worlds oldest skillet #for reasons #vorlds oldest tomato soup 56,882 notes Ancient Non-Stick Frying Pan Factory Found in Italy This 52 million-year-old fossil is the world's oldest tomato Tonight we dine like kings dreamingofbabylon SE @imabugandsoareyou Source: unclefather 103,446 notes Dark Internet, Bring Me The Grilled Cheese of Doom
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official-ilvermorny: Classes currently offered at Ilvermorny: First year required classes Basic Magical Theory I Magical History of the World I Charms I Potions I Defense Against the Dark Arts I Transfiguration I Herbology I Second year required classes Basic Magical Theory II Magical History of the World II Charms II Potions II Defense Against the Dark Arts II Transfiguration II Herbology II Third year required classes Intermediate Magical Theory Magical History of North America I Charms III Potions III Defense Against the Dark Arts III Transfiguration III Herbology III Two or more elective classes Forth year required classes Magical History of North America II Charms IV Potions IV Defense Against the Dark Arts IV Transfiguration IV Herbology IV One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective classes Fifth year required classes Charms V Potions V Defense Against the Dark Arts V Transfiguration V Herbology V One Social Science class One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective class Sixth year required classes* Charms VI Potions VI Defense Against the Dark Arts VI Transfiguration VI Herbology VI One Social Science class Three or more electives Seventh year required classes* Charms VII Potions VII Defense Against the Dark Arts VII Transfiguration VII Herbology VII Four or more electives Elective classes General Electives: Care of Magical Creatures I - V Enchantments I - IV Divination I - V Arithmancy I - III Astronomy I - V Magical Linguistics I - III Arithmancy I - III Martial Magic I - III No-Maj Studies I - IV Basic Healing I - III Social Sciences: Magical History of The United States of America Magical History of Mexico Magical History of Canada Magical History of South America Magical History of Central America Magical History of Continental Africa Magical History of the Middle East Magical History of Western Europe Magical History of Northern Europe Magical History of Eastern Europe Magical History of the Mediterranean Magical History of Western Asia Magical History of Russia Magical History of China and Japan Magical History of Oceania Magical Governments Native and Foreign Magics: Native American Practices I II Hawaiian and Polynesian Witchcraft Caribbean Witchcraft Mexican Wizardry South American Magics I II African Sorcery Ancient Egyptian Rituals Hebrew Practices European Witchcraft Celtic Druidism Nordic Runecraft Hindu Practices Chinese Sorcery Japanese Practices Creative Arts: Dancing and Spellcasting I - III Choral Sorcery I - III Instrumental Magic I - III Spellsongs Magic in Visual Art I - III Magical Sculpting Foreign Languages: English I - III Spanish I - III French I - III Latin I - III Greek I - III Field-Specific classes: Advanced Healing I II Magizoology I II Curse-Breaking I II Advanced Magical Theory I II Magical Archaeology and Anthropology I II Magical Construction I II Advanced Martial Magic I II Spiritual Studies I II Advanced Arithmancy I II Advanced Runecraft I II Potioneering I II Inter-Species Diplomacy I II Theoretical Magiphysics I II Magriculture I II Advanced Divination I II *Sixth and seventh years are when students tend to begin to go into Field-Specific classes, as well as some internships and such with areas in which they would like to work. Because of this, at the end of the fifth year after the LAMP (Levels of Aptitude in Magical Performance) tests are administered, students are brought into a meeting with a counselor (often their Head of House) to discuss possible career futures. Some of the “required” classes for these two years can be dropped based on the schedule and agenda of the student in question, as well as their LAMP test scores. Image Source: official-ilvermorny: Classes currently offered at Ilvermorny: First year required classes Basic Magical Theory I Magical History of the World I Charms I Potions I Defense Against the Dark Arts I Transfiguration I Herbology I Second year required classes Basic Magical Theory II Magical History of the World II Charms II Potions II Defense Against the Dark Arts II Transfiguration II Herbology II Third year required classes Intermediate Magical Theory Magical History of North America I Charms III Potions III Defense Against the Dark Arts III Transfiguration III Herbology III Two or more elective classes Forth year required classes Magical History of North America II Charms IV Potions IV Defense Against the Dark Arts IV Transfiguration IV Herbology IV One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective classes Fifth year required classes Charms V Potions V Defense Against the Dark Arts V Transfiguration V Herbology V One Social Science class One Native or Foreign Magics class Two or more elective class Sixth year required classes* Charms VI Potions VI Defense Against the Dark Arts VI Transfiguration VI Herbology VI One Social Science class Three or more electives Seventh year required classes* Charms VII Potions VII Defense Against the Dark Arts VII Transfiguration VII Herbology VII Four or more electives Elective classes General Electives: Care of Magical Creatures I - V Enchantments I - IV Divination I - V Arithmancy I - III Astronomy I - V Magical Linguistics I - III Arithmancy I - III Martial Magic I - III No-Maj Studies I - IV Basic Healing I - III Social Sciences: Magical History of The United States of America Magical History of Mexico Magical History of Canada Magical History of South America Magical History of Central America Magical History of Continental Africa Magical History of the Middle East Magical History of Western Europe Magical History of Northern Europe Magical History of Eastern Europe Magical History of the Mediterranean Magical History of Western Asia Magical History of Russia Magical History of China and Japan Magical History of Oceania Magical Governments Native and Foreign Magics: Native American Practices I II Hawaiian and Polynesian Witchcraft Caribbean Witchcraft Mexican Wizardry South American Magics I II African Sorcery Ancient Egyptian Rituals Hebrew Practices European Witchcraft Celtic Druidism Nordic Runecraft Hindu Practices Chinese Sorcery Japanese Practices Creative Arts: Dancing and Spellcasting I - III Choral Sorcery I - III Instrumental Magic I - III Spellsongs Magic in Visual Art I - III Magical Sculpting Foreign Languages: English I - III Spanish I - III French I - III Latin I - III Greek I - III Field-Specific classes: Advanced Healing I II Magizoology I II Curse-Breaking I II Advanced Magical Theory I II Magical Archaeology and Anthropology I II Magical Construction I II Advanced Martial Magic I II Spiritual Studies I II Advanced Arithmancy I II Advanced Runecraft I II Potioneering I II Inter-Species Diplomacy I II Theoretical Magiphysics I II Magriculture I II Advanced Divination I II *Sixth and seventh years are when students tend to begin to go into Field-Specific classes, as well as some internships and such with areas in which they would like to work. Because of this, at the end of the fifth year after the LAMP (Levels of Aptitude in Magical Performance) tests are administered, students are brought into a meeting with a counselor (often their Head of House) to discuss possible career futures. Some of the “required” classes for these two years can be dropped based on the schedule and agenda of the student in question, as well as their LAMP test scores. Image Source

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Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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That comment is exactly what I was thinking 👌😂 liberalismisamentaldisorder literally liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump resist stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ @republicangirlapparel 🎀 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages: News Science Archaeology News Disabling parts of the brain with magnets can weaken faith in God and change attitudes to immigrants, study finds By shutting down the threat-processing centre of the brain, scientists weakened people's faith in God and made them less prejudiced So in order to buy into leftist policies one would have to disable portions of their brain That explains a lot That comment is exactly what I was thinking 👌😂 liberalismisamentaldisorder literally liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump resist stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ @republicangirlapparel 🎀 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages

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dyinghistoric: kylorcns: kyidyl: archaeologistproblems: post-gradlifethrugifs: Anthropologists and decent humans alike! Please help report this. This is the first thing that comes up on google and it’s unacceptable! Archaeologist problems: When some lame Wordpress page insults Franz Boas with racist bullshit. (For my followers not in the know: Franz Boas is basically the progenitor of North American schools of anthropology. He determined correctly that race is a social construct wherein we have created separate categories for physical and cultural traits that actually exist on a spectrum with no true biological boundaries.) I provided feedback to google that this is the wrong answer, and I encourage my followers to run this search and do the same thing. Let’s not forget that Boas:: Was a German-American Jewish immigrant who hated Nazis.  Like.  HATED Nazis and Hitler.  And when everyone else was making noises about how Hitler wasn’t so bad, he’d calm down, etc. - Boas was publishing article after article about what a monster Hitler was and how he should be removed immediately.   At the time Boas was beginning his career, Anthropologists had been incorrectly using skull measurements to determine who was what race and then participate in the associated racism that is innate to the Great Chain of Being (<– idea that society is a progression from grass hut to modern western society.  Has been debunked over and over, but it’s pervasiveness still shows in many still popular cultural ideas.).  Boas was so ticked off by both the racism and the lack of scientific integrity inherent in the skull measuring that his ass traipsed all over and measured *thousands* of skulls - the largest study ever of the subject - and not only debunked the correlation between race and skull measurements, but proved that skull sizes could be influenced by environment and weren’t even genetically dictated.  He was like “me and my 12,000 skulls say fuck you and the racist horse you rode in on.”   Debunked the Great Chain of Being - or the idea that culture is a strict progression.   He was involved with the early NAACP - his writings can be found in their early publications.   His influence on social perceptions of race helped end the Jim Crow laws.   Really hated the lack of scientific integrity in anthropology at the time, hence his role in the founding of the current 4-field approach of American anthropology (Cultural anthro, physical anthro, archaeology, and linguistics.).  He was extremely prolific and had a lot of great connections so he had lots of influence.  He not only approved of women having a place in academia, he mentored several, including one of the most famous anthropologists: Margaret Mead.   And, yeah, he correctly determined that race is a social construct based on phenotypical characteristics not a biological reality.   He had a PhD in physics before coming to anthropology and a diverse scientific background, so he had wide and varied interests.  He seems like he was a pretty cool guy.   Also notice how the source for the bullshit has an incredibly antisemitic dog whistle term as its URL. Okay as an anthropologist this makes me sick Boas is rad and someone needs to get this changed Who can I call someone tell me : oooo AT&T 74% 4:19 PM a boasian anthropology MAPS ALL NEWS IMAGES VID SHOPPING "Boasian Anthropology is a pseudo- scientific Jewish assault on White European racial consciousness and identity. To put it simply, the Jewish Boasian school of Anthropology suggested wrongly, that 'race was a social construct' not rooted in biology or scientific determinism." Apr 1, 2015 Judeo-Boasian Anthropology is Subversive and Psychological... https://smashculturalmarxism.wordpress.com About this result Feedback People also search for dyinghistoric: kylorcns: kyidyl: archaeologistproblems: post-gradlifethrugifs: Anthropologists and decent humans alike! Please help report this. This is the first thing that comes up on google and it’s unacceptable! Archaeologist problems: When some lame Wordpress page insults Franz Boas with racist bullshit. (For my followers not in the know: Franz Boas is basically the progenitor of North American schools of anthropology. He determined correctly that race is a social construct wherein we have created separate categories for physical and cultural traits that actually exist on a spectrum with no true biological boundaries.) I provided feedback to google that this is the wrong answer, and I encourage my followers to run this search and do the same thing. Let’s not forget that Boas:: Was a German-American Jewish immigrant who hated Nazis.  Like.  HATED Nazis and Hitler.  And when everyone else was making noises about how Hitler wasn’t so bad, he’d calm down, etc. - Boas was publishing article after article about what a monster Hitler was and how he should be removed immediately.   At the time Boas was beginning his career, Anthropologists had been incorrectly using skull measurements to determine who was what race and then participate in the associated racism that is innate to the Great Chain of Being (<– idea that society is a progression from grass hut to modern western society.  Has been debunked over and over, but it’s pervasiveness still shows in many still popular cultural ideas.).  Boas was so ticked off by both the racism and the lack of scientific integrity inherent in the skull measuring that his ass traipsed all over and measured *thousands* of skulls - the largest study ever of the subject - and not only debunked the correlation between race and skull measurements, but proved that skull sizes could be influenced by environment and weren’t even genetically dictated.  He was like “me and my 12,000 skulls say fuck you and the racist horse you rode in on.”   Debunked the Great Chain of Being - or the idea that culture is a strict progression.   He was involved with the early NAACP - his writings can be found in their early publications.   His influence on social perceptions of race helped end the Jim Crow laws.   Really hated the lack of scientific integrity in anthropology at the time, hence his role in the founding of the current 4-field approach of American anthropology (Cultural anthro, physical anthro, archaeology, and linguistics.).  He was extremely prolific and had a lot of great connections so he had lots of influence.  He not only approved of women having a place in academia, he mentored several, including one of the most famous anthropologists: Margaret Mead.   And, yeah, he correctly determined that race is a social construct based on phenotypical characteristics not a biological reality.   He had a PhD in physics before coming to anthropology and a diverse scientific background, so he had wide and varied interests.  He seems like he was a pretty cool guy.   Also notice how the source for the bullshit has an incredibly antisemitic dog whistle term as its URL. Okay as an anthropologist this makes me sick Boas is rad and someone needs to get this changed Who can I call someone tell me
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thelastdiadoch: Possible Death by Boomerang in the OutbackFriday, September 30, 2016 “NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA—An 800-year-old skeleton discovered in Australia’s Toorale National Park has a wound to the skull that is consistent with being struck by a wooden boomerang, reports Live Science. A team led by Michael Westaway of Griffith University studied the remains, which belonged to a man between the ages of 25 and 35, and found that he had two head injuries that were in the process of healing and one long cut that had no sign of having healed, suggesting the wound was mortal. According to ethnographic accounts, Aborigines once used boomerangs that were bigger and more lethal than the more familar returning boomerang. It’s possible the man, who had no defensive wounds to his arms, was attacked at a distance by such a weapon. The team was also able to determine the man ate a meal of crayfish and possum just before he died.”: AN thelastdiadoch: Possible Death by Boomerang in the OutbackFriday, September 30, 2016 “NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA—An 800-year-old skeleton discovered in Australia’s Toorale National Park has a wound to the skull that is consistent with being struck by a wooden boomerang, reports Live Science. A team led by Michael Westaway of Griffith University studied the remains, which belonged to a man between the ages of 25 and 35, and found that he had two head injuries that were in the process of healing and one long cut that had no sign of having healed, suggesting the wound was mortal. According to ethnographic accounts, Aborigines once used boomerangs that were bigger and more lethal than the more familar returning boomerang. It’s possible the man, who had no defensive wounds to his arms, was attacked at a distance by such a weapon. The team was also able to determine the man ate a meal of crayfish and possum just before he died.”

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<p>Black history month day 4: Susie King Taylor</p> <p>Susie Baker King Taylor was an Army nurse in the Civil War, and the first African American to teach openly in a school for former slaves in Georgia. As the author of Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33d United States Colored Troops, Late 1st S.C. Volunteers, she was the only African American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences. </p> <p>While Georgia had harsh laws against the education of slaves, Susie attended two secret schools taught by black women as a young girl and learned the rudiments of literacy. Later she was educated by two white youths who knowingly broke the law. In April 1862 She and many other African Americans fled to St. Simons Island, occupied at the time by Union forces. While there, her education became known and she was asked to teach at a freedman&rsquo;s school, teaching freed slave children how to read. At night, many adults would also come to her, eager to learn. She eventually married a black Union soldier and served in the army as a nurse, as well as educating the soldiers. </p> <p>For more information, visit this website: <a href="http://m.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/susie-king-taylor-1848-1912">http://m.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/susie-king-taylor-1848-1912</a></p>: <p>Black history month day 4: Susie King Taylor</p> <p>Susie Baker King Taylor was an Army nurse in the Civil War, and the first African American to teach openly in a school for former slaves in Georgia. As the author of Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33d United States Colored Troops, Late 1st S.C. Volunteers, she was the only African American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences. </p> <p>While Georgia had harsh laws against the education of slaves, Susie attended two secret schools taught by black women as a young girl and learned the rudiments of literacy. Later she was educated by two white youths who knowingly broke the law. In April 1862 She and many other African Americans fled to St. Simons Island, occupied at the time by Union forces. While there, her education became known and she was asked to teach at a freedman&rsquo;s school, teaching freed slave children how to read. At night, many adults would also come to her, eager to learn. She eventually married a black Union soldier and served in the army as a nurse, as well as educating the soldiers. </p> <p>For more information, visit this website: <a href="http://m.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/susie-king-taylor-1848-1912">http://m.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/susie-king-taylor-1848-1912</a></p>

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Hidden rooms are the best kind of rooms, don’t you think? The ScanPyramids project (which uses muon detectors, infrared thermography, laser scanning and aerial drones to non-invasively look inside the pyramids) recently discovered two cavities in the Great Pyramid at Giza that they had never seen before. While this group of scientists believes they have found two previously undiscovered rooms, others are more skeptical. "These people are scientists and do not have an archaeological background. The core of the pyramid was built using long stones and small stones. If you know that, you'll find anomalies everywhere. I think there are no secret rooms and these anomalies have to do with the way the pyramid was built," said Zahi Hawass, former Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs and Director of the Giza Pyramids Excavation. What a party pooper! Photo cred: Emaze Science Archaeology Egypt Pyramids Secrets TheMummy BestOf: a science guff com Recent scans of the Great Pyramid at Giza revealed two new hidden rooms. Hidden rooms are the best kind of rooms, don’t you think? The ScanPyramids project (which uses muon detectors, infrared thermography, laser scanning and aerial drones to non-invasively look inside the pyramids) recently discovered two cavities in the Great Pyramid at Giza that they had never seen before. While this group of scientists believes they have found two previously undiscovered rooms, others are more skeptical. "These people are scientists and do not have an archaeological background. The core of the pyramid was built using long stones and small stones. If you know that, you'll find anomalies everywhere. I think there are no secret rooms and these anomalies have to do with the way the pyramid was built," said Zahi Hawass, former Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs and Director of the Giza Pyramids Excavation. What a party pooper! Photo cred: Emaze Science Archaeology Egypt Pyramids Secrets TheMummy BestOf

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