History Roundup 16: Interactive Gene Map February 17, 2014Author: Beach Combing | in : History Roundups , trackback
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1) Interactive Map for Genes: incredible if true…
2) Wanted Posters: Jesse James et alii
3) Pius and Elizabeth – A Friendly Gesture: After Lepanto
4) The Strangest Teeth: Central Asian mutation?
5) Irish Graveyards and Polish Legends: Vampires etc
6) Rasputin: Review from Charles Moore
7) What Killed the Hunley?: Confederate submarine forensics
8) Dead Dogs and the Aztecs: Past Horizons
9) Lady Westmoreland’s Rebuke: Social bitchiness in 19 cent Rome
10) Why North is on Top: blame Ptolemy
11) Hopewell Pipes: A new interpretation
12) The Aquatic Ape: A good overview of the theory
13) Forthcoming Byzantine/ Islamic Exhibition: sounds v. promising
13) And Why Traffic Jams Can’t Stop History: A morality tale
Other links: Cowboy Junkies, Horse in the Country (awful video, great song ‘sometimes you meet someone and your guts just burn’), secret code in economics text book (it’s a poem!), more giant S on radar (a hoax or a malfunction?), condom fairies (wth! outrage! this is how we got the tooth fairy!), and messing up Italian politics (a little bit more).