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Any good history books recommended by /his
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I like pic related for the USSR and general post-Soviet space. It's from 1998, but it's still an excellent primer
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Ralph W. Mathisen - Roman Aristocrats in Barbarian Gaul - Strategies for Survival in an Age of Transition (1993)
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>>1931175
The story of civilization by Durant is an interesting read. I learned a bit on how states were created. It has some eugenics in there though .

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Has there ever been historic research on contrarianism? The more I study political movement, the more I realize that shit like /pol/ is just part of a really long tradition of extremist reactions to extremist reactions
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Maybe Hegel's dialectics, though now that I say that it sounds like bullshit
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I think Mussolini can be explained differently: when he realized his style of socialism got nowhere he tried something else.
The book "The anatomy of fascism" talked about Mussolini. Can't remember it all however.
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>>1931539

Lenin talked about how Fascism was capitalism in decline, basically the bourgeois values of the West adapting some socialist and collectivist principles to their own benefit instead of the proles. Just another step along the road to communism :^)
So in a way, fascism can be viewed as an expression of dialectic.
I'm not saying I'm a communist or that I necessarily agree with Lenin, but I think the viewpoint of a communist can be useful here.

On topic though, I've heard some people refer...
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What would happen if a european state turn communist or very socialist
In todays world
No personality cultura or supreme leader bullshit became communist by popular revolt?
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>>1931056
>you can always dream
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>>1931056
It will be smashed by NATO, sadly
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>>1931067
NATO can just invade a 1st world state mutch less if it was communist China would get involved i remember ukraine banner communist and China cut trade with them

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Today is the day for it and you know it. Also, today is the Makho's birthday
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dr. Zhivago

I'm Komuch.

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Was most of what now is Germany called Germany during the 30 years war? Was it called something else? Did people really remember all the tiny little states that were in constant change?
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>>1931029
Deutsch was used for everyone speaking a German dialect, there was not a national identity, but a cultural one.
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>>1931037
So the area would be referred to as "Deutchland" then?
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>>1931042
The term "In Teutschen Landen" was used, but as a moniker for a cultural area, not a political one.

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>>1930999
Poor Lucius Verus, he didn't deserve to die so young, maybe Commodus wouldn't have been so shit if he had shared the empire with him for a few years
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>>1930999
>the marcus aurelius thread gets no attention
You faggots, I bet the Elagabalus thread will rrach bump limit
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stop wasting your time with this kind of thread.

The only emperor who deserves your time is Aurelian.

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If the scientific method is just one epistemic method out of infinitely many, and science is merely a subset of philosophy, then why do non-scientist philosophers completely evacuate any field that scientists are directly involved with? Surely they have a lot to contribute? Philosophy is more than just science.

So for example, philosophers love talking about the brain and consciousness but they are suspiciously quiet about how cars work. Why is this? Why isn't the Harvard faculty trying to work it out, when cars are such an important part of our society? The engineering...
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>>1930917
Science makes philosophy obsolete on an epistemological level. So it follows that philosophers are active in areas that scientists have less to say about, like consciousness. Whereas in areas like math philosophy becomes useless.

>It seems to me...
It seems to me like you're trying to hard to sound smart, which just makes you sound obnoxious, it has little to do with cynicism.
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>>1930917
>>1930959
Also while philosophy might not have anything to say about how cars work, it has a lot to say about the ethical implications of self-driving cars, for example.

Science isn't everything.
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>>1930917
the scientific method is pretty rudimentary, it can be boiled down to "establish a claim, then do your best to make sure the claim is true".

there's a reason there's no alternative.

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>2000 years from now, long after the decline and fall of our civilisation, archeologists will find evidence of all sorts of paint all over the ruins of our architecture and monuments and will conclude it was all garishly painted

Can't wait.
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>>1930836
from the stylistic difference between the fine carving of the ruins in contrast with the harsh style of latter paints, it could be concluded that the monuments has been vandalised by barbarians / people of different culture during its destruction or during its slow decline
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>>1930856
Paint doesn't last, it will only be detected in trace amounts via utraviolet and other means.
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>>1930894
>this sculpture may look plain now, but careful analysis has revealed traces of a wide variety of paints. Who knows what it may have looked like in its prime?

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What calendar this Jesus and his apostles use during their time?

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>The earliest accounts of Jesus' burial come from the Canonical Gospels, the first four books of the New Testament, which are believed to have been composed decades after Christ's crucifixion around A.D. 30. While there are variations in the details, the accounts consistently describe how Christ was buried in a rock-cut tomb belonging to Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy Jewish...
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What calendar did*
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Probably the Hebrew lunar calendar.

I don't think the standard story, from Christian antagonists at the time, is that the Romans removed the corpse. The Jews were saying *Christians* removed the corpse. Why would the Romans move it surreptitiously?
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>>1930854
When Constantine's representatives arrived in Jerusalem around A.D. 325 to locate the tomb, they were allegedly pointed to a temple built by the Roman emperor Hadrian some 200 years earlier.

In the same website.

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>tfw fit all descriptions of Hazrat Mahdi besides being Arab and I'm balding

Why can't I be something great? I don't want to be a nobody.
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>>1930696
You must be 18+ to post on this board.
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>>1930696
Literally what does it matter
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>>1930696
you are a nobody. you will never be hitler, stalin or some future islamic warlod.

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I don't come here so often, and i'm sure this thread has been here before, so in advance i apologize

But, at what point did the western roman empire fuck up beyond the point of no return? The division of the empire? The transfer of all military power into the hands of the generals? (Stillicho, Alaric)

The Romans handled massive migrations before, so i don't buy into the theory that the collapse was inevitable because of Vandals/Huns/Goths
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The germanic tribes were especially problematic + constant internal conflicts. I'm neither an expert on this so someone correct me if i was wrong.
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>>1930549
Christians destroyed Romes martial culture
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>>1930549
Crisis of the 3rd century

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What are some of history's weirdest government offices/court offices.

Like, weird as in the role they performed was weird, or weird in the sense that their duties went above and beyond their intended roles.
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>>1930451
>or weird in the sense that their duties went above and beyond their intended roles.
Supreme Court of the United States of America
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>>1930451
I find it weird that Americans require artists to draw scenes in court hearings.
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>>1930451
Not really weird but I find it funny that the original function of Sergeant of Arms is senate security & the removal of people who are either trolling, or wasting the senate's time.

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Is 'The Great War' /his/ approved?

Are there any history related YouTube channels you lads recommend?
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>>1930443
I strongly recommend Lindybeige

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9pgQfOXRsp4UKrI8q0zjXQ
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>>1930449
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>>1930443
check out their other channel https://www.youtube.com/user/BlastfromthePast/featured

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ITT: People who did nothing wrong
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>Savages, just savages nothing more

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What human invention has caused the most net harm (as in harm that outweighs the benefit) to the human race?
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Inner net
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>>1930392
Agriculture
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>>1930392
The cotton gin

If you had to choose a single role model for yourself in history, who would you choose and why?

How has reading about your historical hero affected your life?
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>>1930317
One story I particularly like is that of Hideyoshi Toyotomi.

He was an asshole but I have to give credit to a man who started out as a dirt broke, ugly sandal bearer for his lord using his ingenuity to impress and fight his way up the chain until he became the most powerful person in Japan.
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Brasidas.
>sent off to Thrace to kick Athenian ass while the rest of Sparta was shitting its collective toga
>beat Thucydides out so fucking hard he starts writing a book about how Athens deserves to raped
>save Greek cities from Athenian tyranny, one city's so grateful they tore down all statues of their founder and put up new ones in Brasidas' honour, claiming he'd done more for them then he ever did
>solos the most violent man in Athens,...
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>>1930317
It may sound typical and I dont know much about her but everything about Joan of arc is pretty fucking impressive. The lengths this girl went to for her country.

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>tfw you were born after the bronze age collapse
why even live?
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>tfw I will never be the autistic town blacksmith
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what do you mean? now I can play Dwarf Fortress which is the same shit except instead of being one disease ridden guy I'm everybody in the community.
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>>1930196
Nobody in that picture would have been affected by the bronze age collapse.

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Would Diogenes have found the men he was looking for if he browsed /his/?
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no. maybe if he looked around in a homeless shelter.

the metaphor is that all humans that participate in society put up a facade and "lie" as a prerequisite for participation. so he can be accurate when walking through a crowd while implying that nobody is honest among it.

assuming it ever happened. diogenes was probably a well-known and outspoken town hobo who was used as a character for philosophers to demonstrate an idea, if he even existed. all kinds of stories were made up about him.
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>was captured by pirates and made a slave
>made fun of Alexander the Great
>made fun of Plato
>fucked around with Socrates
The absolute madman.
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I'M NOT WORTHY

Mixtec gold and jade ornament with thr symbol of quetzalcoatl ehecatl. 13th century Mexico.
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They worshipped Asherah together with Yahweh.
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>>1930027
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>>1930041

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even though not everyone acts in a perfectly rational manner
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>>1929875

Behavior approaches rationality in lots of areas, though. Game theory finds applications in these areas, like international strategic weapons policy, where everyone really is looking at everything through a rational game theory lens. It also serves to establish norms for deliberate, rational behavior, so that groups can persuade each other that they are rational, which is really important for international relations.
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>>1929888

is game theory a more viable model than say historical materialism?
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1. It's simple to construct. It can be analytically obtained, whereas how people act irrationally has to be empirically observed, and may vary quite a lot across time.
2. People are more rational than you think. It still works pretty well as a generalization, though we can find particular instances where people act irrationally.

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Schopenhauer biographer R.J. Hollingdale:

>"His famous misogyny is really his reaction to the way his mother was able to find a new and more satisfying life after his father's death."

That's right kiddos, On Women is LITERALLY just a ten page tantrum about Schopenhauer's unresolved mommy issues. His entire philosophy is bunk - of course life really is all suffering when you refuse to let go of your childish resentments towards women.
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Oh look, another Schopenhauer gossip thread with zero discussion about his actual philosophy.
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>>1929891

Just as well. Apparently even his biographers prefer gossip to real discussion.
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>>1929863

>armchair psychologist bullshit

This shit grinds my gears so much, not just because every stupid faggot does it, but because its literally not an argument. It doesnt focus on the argument itself and instead just attacks the person who said it by trying to trace that view back to some embarrassing/tragic event in their past.

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During world war 2, could the Germans have incited civil unrest among Ukrainians and other minorities against the Russians to assist in their invation of Russia? Would his have been an effective tactic?

it's pretty easy to see unrest between Ukrainians and Russians today but was it similar back then?
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They could, but then they would have to treat Ukrainians and other minorities like humans, which would go against the whole Nazi ideology.
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>>1929634
they actually did that with the non-slav population
crimean tatars got genocided for it after the war
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>>1929634
"Ukrainians" splits to 6 parts, with different relations with Russians and Poles. Germans united Poland and bad 2 groups of (west) Ukrainians, tryed to organize independent state for 2 other groups (central and east).
There wasnt any reasons to unrest in german territory, and it was impossible to do in soviet.

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>Descartes argued that anime's existence can be deduced from its nature, just as geometric ideas can be deduced from the nature of shapes—he used the deduction of the sizes of angles in a triangle as an example. He suggested that the concept of anime is that of a supremely perfect show, holding all perfections. He seems to have assumed that existence is a predicate of a perfection. Thus, if the notion of anime did not include existence, it would not be supremely perfect, as it would be lacking a perfection. Consequently, the notion of a supremely...
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>>1929600

haha yes! thank you! my whole household revolves around anime! I'll be putting that one up in the kitchen where we eat breakfast!

il also be posting it on reddit
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>>1929600
What's your point? Everyone knows Descartes's argument for the existence of God is bullshit. The reason he's still taught and is often used as an intro to psychology is because he was one of the early enlightenment philosophers and his method was an important contribution to philosophy. But any professor worth their salt will be sure to tell you why some of his arguments are flawed, and even introduce those who countered his arguments.
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>>1929600
Anime waifus being real have already been argued for, and in my opinion much more successfully, in this paper
http://philpapers.org/archive/SINPG

>>1930660
>The reason he's still taught and is often used as an intro to psychology
Sure you don't mean philosophy?

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Who here /1776/ ?
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I don't know guys. Being part of the British empire wasn't all that bad and it came with a lot of boons. Maybe we should keep good relations with them.
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>>1929584
>wants to be pretend romans
>set up republic
>forget that roma became an empire
>[COLAPSE]
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>>1929599
>Augustus = Trump

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Since scientific development has been by far the most important thing in the last 200 years why don't history classes focus more on it?
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Teacher here.

We actually do focus on scientific history in Canada, at least. It is actually mandated by the curriculum here, actually, to explore concepts and examine the social relations between the societies which advanced science, and what that even means.

I do suppose it is heavily weighted towards a sociological understanding of science, but there is history. I even took a course in university called the philosophy of science where we examined the history of science in the west, at least.

I'm going to bring this up to the history department,...
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>>1929602
I tutor in classes and have taken many history classes in America and for the most part it is
>American history
>Pretty much all specific people or wars
>World history
>Specific events and movements
>Maybe a few paragraphs on the scientific revolution or Cotten gen
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>>1929580
People don't understand basic science in general, guess they can't be bothered with the history of scientific advancement and technology either

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or is that just a myth?
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Vietnam. Iraq. Afghanistan.

Ones will argue that withdrawing isn't losing, but that's bullshit.
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The Cold War
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>>1929459
no

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Why was Mithraism so popular among Roman legionnaires specifically?
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Hard to say, since we don't actually know what Mithraism was.
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>>1929404
It was a warrior religion, by killing you reenacted the killing of the Bull by Mithra, basically Mithraists saw themselves as gods fighting the darkness as well as initiates, it must have been pretty attractive for warriors who fighted ceaselessly.

>>1929416
We know it; we have hymns, a lot of stone inscriptions, as well as description from the christians.
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>>1929535
>We know it; we have hymns, a lot of stone inscriptions, as well as description from the christians.
That doesn't really give us the substance, especially since, presumably, the Christians writing about it weren't initiates.

What the fuck were their problems?
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You play the system or it plays you.
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at least they were classy as fuck gangsters and not like the dindu nuffin's running around today
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>>1929379
result of the shitty southern european races we were importing beginning about 40 years prior to that time period

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Why were there no crippling diseases transferred from the New World to the Old World colonists?

Why were all the worst diseases found in the Old World and absent in the New?
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Syphilis
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>>1929370
Close proximity to domesticated animals and large populations led to a huge amount of disease developing
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There were some bad diseases that got transferred over to the Old World, but the reason the Old World wasn't as horribly impacted was because people living there had stronger immune systems due to how interconnected they were. Through extensive land and sea traderoutes, China, Western Europe, and everywhere in between had essentially been connected on a microbial level since the days of the old Silk Road. The higher average population density of the Old World also created easier breeding grounds for bacteria, and thus required strong immune systems for any of the people who survived.

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Do any of my ranger bros know how to make a bow?

Like if you travelled back in time hundreds of years ago, where would you begin to make a bow as close to modern as possible?

I've always wondered about this. I figure that bows would be the only rational go-to weapon that any time-traveling castaway would try to make.
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Did google or YouTube ban you from their services?
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>>1929312
Is this a really bad attempt at a meme?
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>>1929296
a modified tree branch will do just fine, except if you want to conquer Asia


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