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Irish step-dancing is known for how quickly the dancer’s feet move. It was popularized in ‘94 when the show Riverdance performed. Many people actually call the dance “riverdance”, but it’s just the name of the show. Many female dancers will wear wigs styled into tight, ringlet curls. Legend has it that when the British banned dancing, the Irish would close the bottoms of the doors and continue to dance, but keeping their torso and arms stiff as a board, another character of this type of dance. 

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Eclipses in 2017

10th/11th February: Penumbral lunar eclipse, visible in Europe, most of Asia, Africa, North&South America

26th February: Annular solar eclipse, visible in South&West Africa, most of South America

7th/8th August: Partial lunar eclipse, visible in most of Europe, most of Asia, Australia, Africa, East of South America

21st August: Total solar eclipse, visible in West of Europe, North&East Asia, North&West Africa, North America and top of South America

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Jurassic Coast Lulworth Cove by Tony
Via Flickr:
The Jurassic Coast consists of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous cliffs, spanning the Mesozoic, documenting 185 million years of geological history. The site can be best viewed from the sea, when the dipping nature of the rock strata becomes apparent. At the end of the 18th century Georges Cuvier showed that some fossil animals resembled no living ones, thus demonstrating that animals could become extinct; this led to the emergence of palaeontology, the study of fossils.

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In western Europe we were taught they were bad and violent, more like criminals. This is the influence (white) USA had on West Europe and re-writing of history, after WW2 and in plain cold war madness. 

I’m glad i’m on this path on self discovering the truth and researching the sources.

Sadly, history seems to be repeating itself. ✊🏿