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Athenian Acropolis' impressive Arithmetic & ancient Leagues · 10:57am Jan 7th, 2019

The non-profit organization Khan Academy (a 501c3) uploaded the enclosed video examining the Parthenon of the Athenian Acropolis for its Smarthistory series:

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Art and Genocide: The Führer who Loved Only Buildings · 2:25am Apr 13th, 2017

In this blog post, I want to attack the idea that art (including fiction) and religion are inherently good or noble.  I don’t think they’re inherently bad or evil, but I’d like to try thinking about them in evolutionary terms.

I also want to attack the idea that the concepts of racism, greed, impiety, or evil have explanatory power, though that’s only a secondary focus.

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Alexandria Architecture Magazine ® a story for the Ponies After People universe · 7:26am Jul 10th, 2018

A trade magazine for designing buildings and other structures made for modern people, published by the Alexandria School of Architecture ®

Page 3: Table of contents

Page 8: Bioluminescent plants, a cost-effective alternative to gas or electric street lighting?

Page 10: Are heated by magic cobblestone sidewalks, to keep these clear of snow and ice, a good investment or a waste of resources?

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Things that You Probably don't think about · 12:29pm Sep 14th, 2017

Bit of an odd title, I'll explain there. When someone crafts a world what are the first things you think about? The Characters? The setting? How you can make it into an art piece? Some new fan fiction in that world? What you would look like dressed one of those characters? Any combo of the above?

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