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  1. fancy. now if somebody would find the sea peoples...

  2. if they were the Indo-Europeans, then most likely they came from the territory of Ukraine as well. Read my quote above from David Antony's book.

  3. I thought the Synchtians were originally Iranians? Who then then spread to Euorasia

  4. As is becoming evident, it was the other way around. The book mentioned in the first comment has a lot info on that.

  5. The gorytos (bow-and-arrow holder) dates to the 4th century BC and it has the key scenes of the

  6. The gorytos (bow-and-arrow holder) dates to the 4th century BC and it has the key scenes of the

  7. I thought Gorytos were Greek Doritos

  8. The gorytos (bow-and-arrow holder) dates to the 4th century BC and it has the key scenes of the

  9. Would they create each one as a unque work of art or have some kind of template that they would work from?

  10. The gorytos (bow-and-arrow holder) dates to the 4th century BC and it has the key scenes of the

  11. A little correction: "Volodymyr", not "Vladimir". The latter was enforced by russians to make a connection to Rus' (Kievan Rus' was also a name created by russians that implies that there were a number of different Rus' kingdoms). Back to the name of Volodymyr. In "Tale of Bygone Years" (also known in English as "Primary Chronicle"), he is called as: Volodymer'.

  12. "Russian" language is definitely a primitive dialect of Ukrainian one.

  13. Olaf Trygvasson must be the most imposing Viking to have ever lived. He was a king based on his physical intimidating attributes. Acvording to the sources he could throw a javelin harder then anyone with both arms, fight while running along the oars of the ship while at sea and shoot the bow better than anyone. Fittingly, the last thing he did was to overdraw a bow to the point that it broke when his legendary ship "Ormen lange" was ambushed. He died trying to swim in full armor.

  14. As the book suggests, Olaf was saved as boy by the legendary Olga of Kyiv after he had killed an Estonian in the market of Novgorod. That Estonian had killed his close relative during the raid at the Baltics and sold Olaf to slavery.

  15. Not manmade, if it was manmade it wouldn't affect the rest of the world.

  16. You must be blind to the current news from Ukraine to ask questions like "how can you fabricate a famine".

  17. Every other fact you mentioned is false. First off the Turks were the first (Armenian genocide), 2nd off 5M is the total number of people, out of which less than 2M were ukrainans. Most were khazak, and other minorities.

  18. I QUOTED to you the most authoritative person on the subject, but you continue your propaganda.

  19. George truly had balls of steel. On examining 'lens' elements of explosive for the Trinity test device, he found that the castings contained tiny air pockets which would affect the symmetry of the detonation wave. To remedy the problem George just drilled into the faulty HE elements and poured molten explosive into the gaps. A great character and amazing mind.

  20. Yes, the story with a dental machine he borrowed for that purpose. It is mentioned in the book with his memorable reply to the questions why did he not tell one of his subordinates to do it and was he not afraid to do it on his own.

  21. https://www.atomicheritage.org/profile/george-kistiakowsky

  22. Very few in the US know and realize the real input Kistiakovsky made in the Manhatten Project. Starting from the day the head of the project asked his advice if it can be done at all, and ending with his famous phrase to Oppenheimer after the successful test on July 16, 1945. There is a chapter in the "Ukraine and the United States" e-book for those looking for details on Kistiakovsky's destiny and the reason why President Truman had to postpone his meeting with Stalin. (Spoiler: it was because of Kistiakovsky)

  23. Darkness does hate the light, the Bible is true about that

  24. Very few in the US know and realize the real input Kistiakovsky made in the Manhatten Project. Starting from the day the head of the project asked his advice if it can be done at all, and ending with his famous phrase to Oppenheimer after the successful test on July 16, 1945. There is a chapter in the "Ukraine and the United States" e-book for those looking for details on Kistiakovsky's destiny and the reason why President Truman had to postpone his meeting with Stalin. (Spoiler: it was because of Kistiakovsky)

  25. You really don't get the difference between Iranic and Iranian?

  26. Scythian and Sarmatian predominantly Iranic origin is undisputed. Their closest related surviving languages are Ossetian.

  27. Very few in the US know and realize the real input Kistiakovsky made in the Manhatten Project. Starting from the day the head of the project asked his advice if it can be done at all, and ending with his famous phrase after the successful test on July 16, 1945. There is a chapter in the "Ukraine and the United States" e-book for those looking for details on Kistiakovsky's destiny and the reason why President Truman had to postpone his meeting with Stalin. (Spoiler: it was because of Kistiakovsky)

  28. When Germany and Ukraine get together, there are going to be massive explosions of abundance and wealth and technological advancement! J. R. Oppenheimer being of German decent, is where the German part comes in.😁 it's just very fortunate they were both in America at the time.πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡²πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡²πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡²πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

  29. Oppenheimer lost a $20 dollar bet to Kistiakovsky that night JUly 16 according to the book. He did not have money with him though and it is unclear if he ever paid it. )

  30. Snake Island used to be site of a shrine to Achilles. In Antiquity, the island was said to be his tomb.

  31. Oh, okay. I read it on wikipedia, though. The Russians found remnants of a temple when they built the lighthouse in the 19th century.

  32. It was a temple to Apollo with a colossal statue of Apollo in it.

  33. Wow! Thanks for that. What an amazing guy. Why had I never heard of him before now? πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  34. Actually, I was just looking up the research station. I’ve been there! Well, not in there, since it’s someone’s house, but the beach below it. It was late evening, and I was watching a couple of scuba divers and their lights.

  35. Thanks! As a child I dreamed of Australia, but it was mostly due to the Crocodile Dundee movie )

  36. No it belonged to Poland for pretty much its entirety until it was conquered much of ukraine is actually Poland. The rest Russian. I suggest you read a book and not reddit for facts it will do you better.

  37. Muscovy belongs to the Khan. Russia doesn’t actually exist.

  38. true. anyone recognizes a khan in Putin - the way he rules, they way he looks

  39. Why the f you need to make every Ukraine related post about the damn conflict

  40. Because this war and many others over the centuries is about the stolen history and name.

  41. Nice. Now I finally know what that one song is about that I have listened to hundreds or thousands of times already. My favorite song from the 2006 album from Rebellion has been a song called "Ulfberth" and it talks about swords, but I never cared much about what it's about... but now I know!

  42. We have founds lots and lots of Ufberth swords, they can't be that expensive

  43. read the difference between the name you wrote and the one mentioned in the title