The Milky Way is a flat, spiraling distributed mass of stars. The cells know everything right down to the stars
How to get rid of a monster and get your child back.
There are farming settlements. Phoenician ships appear. The ship's crew lays out commodities on the beach.
Exchange is something you have to learn. You have to develop the trust, that it's not a swindle.
Money was always able to make big things smaller and small things bigger.
The enormous increase of reawakenings in evangelical churches in the USA is considered by sociologist Richard Sennet to be a compensation for lost status in the class system.
How much blood and horror is at the bottom of all "things good"!
You can see how the history of industry and the emerging objective existence of industry is the open book of the essential powers of man, the sensory human psychology.
Once upon a time there was a wilful child who would not do as her mother wished. For this reason God had no pleasure in her and let her become ill. And no doctor could her do any good.
A consumer transaction takes 30 seconds. The consumer's decision takes an average of seven seconds. How sad is the packaged item, destined for return, even destruction.
Assuming we produced as human beings. Each of us would have affirmed himself and the other person in two ways.
Beneath the village of Vauquois, which after the battle no longer existed, German and French pioneers, carefully selected miners, dug tunnels from both sides into the hilly landscape.
I, as a Parisian concierge, I am Paris! I am France! So I am the Revolution. I´m the mother of the Russian Revolution, so to say. So my own children have betrayed and deserted me. How very disappoiting!
I drink lube oil, you drink beer. I eat coal, you eat bread. You are not alive yet. I am still dead.
Once he was a billionaire, he wanted to be a waiter again.
The peaceful cohabitation of strangers in a confined space is considered the starting point of civilisation.
Adam Smith, Keynes, Marx and Ourselves. What Can We Rely On?
The Struggle of Religions in Late Antiquity