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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 40) – Salsa Rosa, Hormones & Hermeticism

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Salsa Rosa Last week we discussed the Cuplé which is a Spanish musical style, light and popular, which could sometimes be risqué

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1/5 – 7/5/23 – The Cosmic Rose, Woke & Violets

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope: Stunning new images captured of the universe | 60 MinutesVideo interview at 60 Minutes An Early Deep Dive into

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 39) – Cuplé, Cortisol & The Teacher’s Slogan

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Cuplé The cuplé is a Spanish musical style, light and popular, which could sometimes be risqué and spicy by the standards of

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 38) – Mammal, Pituitary Gland & Baroque

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Mammal Humans are mammals in the primate category. Pituitary Gland The Pituitary Gland is the endocrine gland (hypophysis) which sits at the

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 37) – Tutankhamun, Radiation & The Bronze Age

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Pharoah Tutankhamun (King Tut) Tutankhamun (King Tut) was the antepenultimate Pharoah of ancient Egypt. He died in 1323BC aged 19. His tomb

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Special Edition Post – Persephone in Hades – Theodora Goss

This poem was just published by Theodora: Persephone in Hadesby Theodora Goss Poppies have never been my favorite flowers.Here they bloom all year long, if one can saya year in Hades, where no seasons pass,where summer never fades. Ironic, that —a

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 36) – Etymology Special

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Etymology Etymology is the history of linguistic form (such as a word) and tracing its earliest recorded meaning and its use over

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6/3 – 12/3/23 – Master Time, China & Lullabies

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Master TimePoem by Sharon Master time, I entreat yougive me more timeto steady my breath, to calm the beating of my heartas you weave

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 35) – Gilgamesh, Second World War & White Dwarf Stars

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. The World’s Oldest Poem / Text Gilgamesh is a 2100 BC Babylonian poem written in Akkadian. It is from one of the

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 34) – Mao, The Bible & The Enlightenment

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Founder and Chairman of the PRC Mao led as founder and chairman of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) starting with the

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