I wanted to ensure a valid place for reference was easily accessible to you first. Now that we know it is. You must dedicate 1 hr per day the library is open to go there and read world history. 15 minutes for parking and in / out. 45 minutes of solid study. First trips can be dedicated on selecting a good, solid, valid World Histroy tomes in various volumes. Dive in.Goose55 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 7:39 pmYes. Why do you ask?DepartedLight wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:19 pmEgypt called. But then Greece cut in. China killed the whole phone switch to chime in. Then The Vikings walked in like they always do and decimated everyone and everything. Is there a public library in your town?Goose55 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 1:10 pmThat is what most believed/ perceived back then, for they had little to no astronomic knowledge. If in his vision, he saw earth as a sphere, it would have been questioned. This is good biblical interpretation, really, for we look at it through the eyes of those that lived in that day.
To what end?! You might think, incredulously.
As Ronald Regan was fond of pausing after saying, "Well."
Anyone who thinks that ancient societies had no idea how to circumnavigate the globe is simply a rube. A post that begs japes be dumped at its base.
They ever tell us the 2nd part of the rhyme, ya know?
In fourteen hundred and ninety-two
Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
And in fourteen hundred and ninety-three
He contracted syphylis and later died in insanity.