Historical Events Of 2014
Best and worst moments of 2014.
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SLMOE's Life: Top 10 Cultural and Historical Events of 2014
These are the biggest moments of 2014 that mattered the most to me. Those events have to affect a major part of the worldwide population.
Iglesia Ni Cristo 2014 year in REVIEW lookback HISTORICAL EVENTS
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10 Famous Historical Events That Didn't Really Happen
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Woodland Township Historical Society - EVENT SNIPPETS 2014-15
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Charitravattom: Historical Events on14th August 2014
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Top 10 Funniest Moments in Cricket History - HD (UPDATED 2014)
50 Centuries in 10 Minutes
A geopolitical history of all empires, nations, kingdoms, armies and republics.
Understanding Ukraine: The Problems Today and Some Historical Context
In which John discusses the crisis in Ukraine, and how the influence of Russia and Europe have shaped Ukrainian politics for centuries.
Climate change’s signature was writ large on Australia’s crazy summer of 2017
The centre and east of the continent have had severe heat with many temperature records falling , particularly in New South Wales and Queensland. Overall, Australia experienced its 12th-hottest summer on record. NSW had its hottest recorded summer. For much of the country, the heat peaked on the weekend of February 11-12, when many places hit the high 40s. That heatwave, which mainly affected NSW, was quickly attributed to climate change. The NSW record average summer temperatures can indeed be linked directly to climate change. Source: Kevin's Walk on the Wild Side
How ruins are portrayed aesthetically and mechanically in video games and what it tells us about game design.
This has drawn millennia’s of artists, writers, and many others to comment on the seemingly innate idea of ruin lust. Some say that it is because they serve as reminders of not only those that came before and their downfall but our present times inevitable downfall as well. Well whatever the reason is, the art form of video games is no different, providing its own ideas of ruins and what they mean to those exploring them. The main way this is done in video games is through the mechanics of the game, the rules that create the game. Video games have their own ways of making their content mean something to the players playing the game, just like films have ideas like “ mise en scene” and “composition”. Source: Pensieve
Tuam: Will historians help or hinder?
Furthermore historians frequently attach blame. It is inevitable that there will be further investigations where historians will play a central role, although their exact function seems to be debatable. The confirmation that the mass grave in the Tuam Mother and Baby Home dated to the mid 20th century confirmed our worst fears about these institutions. In the midst this debate this 2014 clip of Ireland’s most well known historian Diarmait Ferriter emerged. Given most if not all directly involved in the running of Tuam are now dead, if historians are not willing to apportion blame (if the evidence is there) who will. While it goes without saying historians should not set out with the intention to blame someone, Ferriter seems to believe historians should not blame full stop. Source: Irish history podcast