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The most recommended business books of all time, as voted by 100 top CEOs, entrepreneurs, and founders.

The most recommended business books of all time, as voted by 100 top CEOs, entrepreneurs, and founders.

This is my 11th month blog and income update and I am super happy to earn such a great income working from home. Check out how I did it and you can do it too!!

This is my 11th month blog and income update and I am super happy to earn such a great income working from home. Check out how I did it and you can do it too!!

Cave di Cusa (meaning “Quarry of Accusation” in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa in Sicily - I noticed that the inner wall surface and the wall of the column are processed equally, for what and why? That is, in other words that supposedly with picks digging - it's just nonsense, clearly visible mechanical processing, as if bored, or rotational movements of cutting tool

Cave di Cusa (meaning “Quarry of Accusation” in Italian) or Rocche di Cusa in Sicily - I noticed that the inner wall surface and the wall of the column are processed equally, for what and why? That is, in other words that supposedly with picks digging - it's just nonsense, clearly visible mechanical processing, as if bored, or rotational movements of cutting tool

Here are some interesting technology artifacts from ancient times.

Here are some interesting technology artifacts from ancient times.

The Serapeum, Egypt examined by members of the Laboratory of Alternative History. The diorite granite of these ancient boxes is perfectly planed and appears machine-cut. Ancient technology and unknown methods at work. Usage unknown.

The Serapeum, Egypt examined by members of the Laboratory of Alternative History. The diorite granite of these ancient boxes is perfectly planed and appears machine-cut. Ancient technology and unknown methods at work. Usage unknown.

Treasury of Tutankhamun, 1926, by Harry Burton Burton's photograph of the treasury, a small room off the burial chamber in the tomb of Tutankhamun, is a classic image of discovery.

Treasury of Tutankhamun, 1926, by Harry Burton Burton's photograph of the treasury, a small room off the burial chamber in the tomb of Tutankhamun, is a classic image of discovery.