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The definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation. Their position statement on saturated fat has drawn the ire of people partial to coconut oil, but counterarguments accusing the AHA of cherry-picking data misrepresent the very science they claim to be defending. An episode of the 1950s western TV series 'Trackdown' featured a character...
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Greek Mythology offers information on all Greek Gods, Greek Goddesses and Myths of Ancient Greece. All about Pandora, Hercules, Jason, Odysseus, Minotaur, Achilles, Medusa. We have information on all subjects of Greek Mythology, including details on Greek Gods like Zeus, Poseidon and Apollo, Greek Goddesses like Aphrodite, Hera and Athena and Titans like Atlas. We also feature Greek Myths like...
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This site is dedicated to the heroes, gods and monsters of Greek mythology. Please note that Mythweb does not pretend to cover all the characters of Greek mythology. If you can't find what you are searching for, we suggest you try these links to other sites:. Wrath of the Gods, the Greek...
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The Theoi Project profiles each deity and creature of Greek mythology on a separate page, incorporating an encyclopedia summary, quotations from a wide selection of ancient Greek and Roman texts, and illustrations from ancient art. Analysis of the texts and interpretation of the stories of myth...
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Ever wonder about the original stories behind King Arthur and his legendary knights, Robin Hood, or Aladdin? Did you know that fairy tales weren't originally for children and are way more bizarre, ridiculous, and interesting than you ever thought possible? Maybe you've heard of characters like...
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The Burke is the Washington State Museum of Natural History and Culture—a place to ask questions, seek answers and be inspired. Let's explore together. Every day, the 16 million (and counting) objects in our collections contribute to new research that helps us better understand the world around us. Come see us in Northeast Seattle on the University of Washington Campus. We're open daily from 10...
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Is to serve as a master link page to other sites which specialize in myths, legends and folklore for all parts of the world, throughout our planet's history. This collection of links was created and is maintained by Christopher Siren. Thanks, Chris! All of the messages left on Jim Rockford's Answering Machine. Stories by Jeff Standish: the saga of Aristobulus the Dark. Stories by Those Dudes:...
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The premier encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and religion. The Folklore section contains general folklore, Arthurian legends, and fascinating folktales from many lands. In addition, we feature special interest areas to enhance and refine your research. A Bestiary, legendary heroes, an image gallery, and genealogical tables of various pantheons and prominent houses. To bring our entities to...
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As the Bush administration prepares to create a Palestinian state next month in Annapolis, an ironic fact remains widely unnoticed. It is that all "official" as well as unofficial Palestinian groups remain sworn enemies of the United States. All Palestinian terror groups, including the American-supported Fatah "government" of the Palestinian Authority, are quietly but very determinably...
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A new way to talk about GMOs and have some fun with science in the kitchen! Check out the first in this video series, Cooking with Frank N. Foode, and learn about the creation of the Hawaiian Papaya and see how Hawaiians eat the fruit for breakfast. www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfAg4kC02_Y There are three more papaya videos coming up, including a smoothie, salad, and soup, all coming out later this...
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Contains articles like Wayland, Werewolves, White Shell Woman, Whittington, Dick, Witches and Wizards, Woman Who Fell From the Sky, Xian, Xibalba, Xiuhtecuhtli, Yellow Emperor, etc…. Contains articles like Camelot, Casey Jones, Cassandra, Cassiopea, Castor and Pollux, Cecilia, St., Celtic Mythology, Centaurs, Cephalus and Procris, Cerberus, etc…. Contains articles like Berserks, Bhagavad Gita,...
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A who's-who on all females in Greek mythology, with a section on Greek Men, a collection of myths, and a lot of beautiful images. A big list with lots of images and a great place to start. Jump right in and start to learn about all those women in Greek myths that you know you should know about, but just don't! All that text a little overwhelming? Click on a bunch of images. Take a Quiz! Good...
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We’re thrilled to announce the release of a new report that Anna has been working on with Kari Hamerschlag at Friends of the Earth U.S. and Stacy Malkan at U.S. Right to Know Network. “Spinning Food,” investigates how Big Food and agrochemical corporations are deliberately misleading the public – and reporters – on facts about industrial agriculture and organic and sustainable food production....
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Learn the truth behind gardening myths and folklore to better understand your garden and plants. Compost tea is all the rage but does it really work? Research studies so far have produced mixed results. A 2007 meta data review on compost tea by Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott concluded that “Clearly, the science is not strong for aerated tea use on crop plants, much less on lawns, shrubs, and trees”....
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This book is about the world's future, green ideas, facts and fiction. Climate change, global warming, IPCC, government, media, propaganda, deficit, inflation, earthquakes, volcanos, pollution, ice ages, greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, sea ice, Arctic, polar bears, seals, whales, energy, temperature, cod, salmon, El Nino, hurricanes, typhoons, earth, freshwater,...
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Separating the fact from the fiction when it comes to Freemasons. Freemason Store Privacy Policy Terms of Use Store Policy Contact Us Affiliate Program My Account Wholesale & Dropshipping. The Symbolism of Freemasonry Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, Its Legends, Myths, and Symbols. The Symbolism of Freemasonry Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, Its...
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Modern Myths is an independent retail store selling comic books, graphic novels, and hobby games in Northampton, MA. We're getting new stuff in all the time, and this is the place to see what it is. Every Monday, we post our list of New Comics that we're expecting. Choose a great gift and we’ll wrap it, or purchase a gift certificate in any denomination to let the special nerd in your life have...
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Creation myths from all around the world - their stories, meanings, and what they reveal about the human mind of the past, by Stefan Stenudd. There are countless examples of life energy ideas in the many cultures of the world, from the dawn of human civilization to the present. I've gathered all these concepts and similar ones (it took a few years), listing them in a little Life Energy...
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Myth & Mystery searches the internet for all ancient history, paranormal and mystical links. Then we organize them into easy to navigate categories. You will find our site invaluable if you are in search of any such material. Studies of the Human Mind, ESP and other Psychic related links. Read up on the latest conspiracy theories and discover revealed secret government documents pertaining to...
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Conservative Myths - What Every American Should Know About Conservative Politics & Politicians. This site is for liberals who need a fuller grounding in their own ideology, and for fair-minded conservatives who are ready for the authentic truth about how conservative wealth and power manipulates them. We continue... Conservatives come in many flavors, but none of them is very tasteful. Indeed,...
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