TIL that on pre-colonial Easter Island there existed a undeciphered system of writing or proto-writing, called Rongorongo, which would be one of few independent inventions of writing.
23 hours ago by Jashfior to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL about the Falkland Islands wolf. It was the only native land mammal living on the islands, and it is not quite clear how it was able to get there from the mainland, 480 km away. It was hunted to extinction by sheep farmers in the 19th century.
1 day ago by Jashfior to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL since it is forbidden for Jews to carry certain objects in public during Shabbat, many cities have installed lines in the air, enclosing the city, making the entire city count as private domain and thus making it allowed to carry among other things, house keys, tissues, medication, and babies.
1 minute ago by Jashfior to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Boring Billion was a time period from 1.8 to 0.8 billion years ago characterized by more or less tectonic stability, climatic stasis, and stalled biological evolution.
1 day ago by Jashfior to /s/science from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL of Brandolini's Law, aka the "Bullshit Asymmetry Principle" which states, "The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it"
2 days ago by aThievingStableboy to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL in 1980 a dingo ate the infant Azaria Chamberlain. Authorities thought the story was false and charged her parents with murder. The mother was demonized by several media outlets who spread false information pointing to her guilt. Yet, after years of legal battles both parents were acquitted.
21 hours ago by aThievingStableboy to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
Rothschild loans to the Holy See - Wikipedia
1 day ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
DAILY REMINDER KWASHIORKOR EXISTS AND IS A SEVERE FORM OF MALNUTRITION. THESE KIDS WITH BLOATED BELLIES NEVER PLAYED ONE HOUR OF WOW OR RS. WHERE IS THERE PICTURE ON THE SIDEBAR ????
2 days ago by BussarinsBelt to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL of Transnistria - a European country that doesn't officially exist. Internationally, it's recognized as part of Moldova, but is largely self-governing and considers itself independent.
The real story of the Pied Piper from 1300 - "The Hamlin street named Bungelosenstrasse ("street without drums") is believed to be the last place that the children were seen. Ever since, music or dancing is not allowed on this street."
4 days ago by magnora7 to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
Animals grieve just like humans do. (Wikipedia)
2 days ago by JoGooD to /s/Vegan from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL that after the invention of lightning rods in the 18th century, it became popular in France to wear lightning rods e.g. in your hat or umbrella.
4 days ago by Jashfior to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
"If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind." - John Stuart Mill
4 days ago by Vigte to /s/quotes from (en.wikipedia.org)
In 1740 King Frederick of Prussia published an essay, Anti-Machiavel, in which he refuted Machiavelli's "The Prince". Voltaire distributed it in Amsterdam to great popularity. Frederick was known best for his music and philosophy and became known as "the Great".
2 days ago by Chipit to /s/Philosophy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Zapp's potato chips are now being made with corn oil! The chips are kettle-cooked in peanut oil (instead of vegetable oil, which many other companies use). Just looked on the label and it says fucking corn oil! mm bt toxin gmo corn!
3 days ago by iraelmossadreddit to /s/Food from (en.wikipedia.org)
Erastes Pill (1987)
8 days ago by yellow_algebra_31 to /s/PsyOps from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Black Book of Communism - Wikipedia
11 days ago by ua4 to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
Tavistock Institute - Wikipedia - The Tavistock Institute generates a large portion of the repeated disinformation on the internet
15 days ago by magnora7 to /s/whatever from (en.wikipedia.org)
Ant mill - an observed phenomenon in which a group of army ants, which are blind, are separated from the main foraging party, lose the pheromone track and begin to follow one another, forming a continuously rotating circle. The ants will eventually die of exhaustion.
Feldspar - This rock makes up 41% of the Earth's crust by weight - Wikipedia
15 days ago by magnora7 to /s/science from (en.wikipedia.org)
Why were these protests ignored? 36 million and 1000s of protests across the world surely outnumbers the current BLM protests. Why wasn't this all over the media every single day? Why were cops stopping their peaceful protests?
18 days ago by RuckFeddit to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
When a TV show or movie talks about chess moves, they say things like "Move Bishop to Rook 7" which is using Descriptive Notation. But Descriptive Notation stopped being recognized officially in 1981, in favor of the now ubiquitous Algebraic Notation (with moves written more compactly like "Bh7")
17 days ago by magnora7 to /s/whatever from (en.wikipedia.org)
Augusto Pinochet threw commies out of helicopters to end communism and civilian rule in chile. He should be on the Banner.
19 days ago by shtposter9000 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
18 days ago by useless_aether to /s/fof from (en.wikipedia.org)
NASA X-43 - The X-43 is the fastest aircraft on record at approximately Mach 9.6
20 days ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from (en.wikipedia.org)
Justin Trudeau was jesuit educated (most communist figureheads were)
21 days ago by useless_aether to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
Fasciation - Wikipedia
22 days ago by magnora7 to /s/gardening from (en.wikipedia.org)
Windshield phenomenon. Are insects disappearing?
23 days ago by Canbot to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
Seasteading is the concept of creating permanent dwellings at sea, called seasteads, outside the territory claimed by any government. - Wikipedia
25 days ago by magnora7 to /s/whatever from (en.wikipedia.org)
Boeing X-37 - Reusable low-earth orbit flight vehicle first flown in 2010 by the US Air Force, 3 were built and are still in use. NASA transferred development to DARPA
27 days ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from (en.wikipedia.org)
List of international animation festivals - Wikipedia [updated]
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Animation from (en.wikipedia.org)
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/AnimatedShorts from (en.wikipedia.org)
US Army Project Iceworm.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Posse Comitatus Act [USA] - Wikipedia
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Unrest from (en.wikipedia.org)
Posse comitatus - Wikipedia
Insurrection Act of 1807 [USA] - Wikipedia
Cloward–Piven strategy - Wikipedia The left is attacking with FULL force using this strategy in tandem with God knows what other strategies..
1 month ago by DIYinSociety to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism - a 2007 book by the Canadian author and social activist Naomi Klein. [Time for everyone, left and right, to read this book, despite any flaws. THIS IS HAPPENING TO YOU.]
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/books from (en.wikipedia.org)
Naïve art (sometimes called primitivism) is usually defined as visual art created by a person who lacks formal education and training that a professional artist undergoes (in anatomy, art history, technique, perspective, ways of seeing).
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Art from (en.wikipedia.org)
Dennis Kucinich - Wikipedia [Kucinich was the last _authentic_ progressive old-left Democrat. Prove me wrong.]
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Democrat from (en.wikipedia.org)
History of scientific method - Wikipedia
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/OpenScience_Scientism from (en.wikipedia.org)
National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act [of 1986] ~ Wikipedia shields drug companies from liability for injuries and deaths.
1 month ago by JasonCarswell to /s/VaccineSkepticism from (en.wikipedia.org)
1 month ago by roastpotatothief to /s/whatever from (en.wikipedia.org)
Louis Riel is a great graphic novel about the 1800's Métis rebel leader of the Red River Rebellion with his 'half-breed' White/Indian people who founded the small square 'postage stamp province' of early Manitoba, Canada. After growing crazy, he later mounted a second rebellion that got him hanged.
2 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
2 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/Comics from (en.wikipedia.org)
2 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/canada from (en.wikipedia.org)
Woman in Argentina exposes women are NOT oppressed in the Western world - and through abusing a man's sexuality (Youre gay! Youre an incel!) Women have a well established system of controlling and exploiting men
2 months ago by Brent_Kaskel_Pussy_F to /s/testing_sub3 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Reminder that black people are all technically apes
2 months ago by burgerbroyo to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Over 100 fold difference in COVID case fatality rate by nation. Europe generally high, Asia generally low. Why?
2 months ago by Robin to /s/Health from (en.wikipedia.org)
2 months ago by Robin to /s/FakeNews from (en.wikipedia.org)
Biological warfare (BW)—also known as germ warfare—is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi with the intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war. They may be developed, acquired, stockpiled or deployed by nation states.
2 months ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
Teams of the NBA "G-League" (US Minor League Basketball)
2 months ago by Nemacolin to /s/Lists from (en.wikipedia.org)
Wikipedia has a "List of unusual deaths" that features a Bilderberger
2 months ago by Robin to /s/TodayILearned from (en.wikipedia.org)
Catherine Hamlin has Died
2 months ago by Nemacolin to /s/news from (en.wikipedia.org)
PETITION to rename mexican andy to "Refugee Andy" His parents ran from a civil war for help in the USA = he's a refugee
3 months ago by shtposter9000 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Petition to get DJ's former sugar-daddy ''Dr DDD'' (the vitamin D guy, and his dog ''Prozac'') on RV-6! - Say what you want, but for those of us who saw the live streams (especially the final one when he got arrested / 5150'd) he was pure, unpredictable content!Petition
3 months ago by KaseyKontentKunt to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Reductions. The Spanish relocated their conquered peoples into cities so that they could more easily be counted and taxed. Moreover, the reduction of the Indians was intended to break down ethnic and kinship ties and detribalize the residents to create a generic Indian population.
3 months ago by Chipit to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
I'm glad I'm not ruled over by a bunch of inbred "monarchs."
3 months ago by incarnate219 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Suicidism denotes "a system of oppression (founded on non-suicidal perspectives) encompassing normative, discursive, medical, legal, social, political, economic, and epistemic structures in which suicidal individuals experience multiple forms of injustice and violence."
3 months ago by JasonCarswell to /s/SanctionedSuicide from (en.wikipedia.org)
Survivors - 2008 BBC TV series - "It depicts the lives of a group of people who survived a virulent unknown strain of influenza which has wiped out most of the human species"
3 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/BritishTV from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Abilene paradox - Wikipedia
3 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Sociology from (en.wikipedia.org)
A red shield
3 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Rothschilds from (en.wikipedia.org)
The jesuit behind Napoleon Bonaparte: Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès
3 months ago by useless_aether to /s/JesuitsAndZionists from (en.wikipedia.org)
3 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
We have traced the corona virus an other weapons of mass destruction to iraq. We have to start another war immediately
3 months ago by ddd3ddd3 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
On this day, 11th March of 2004, Madrid experienced a series of train bombings. As a result, 193 people died and around 2.000 got injured. This day was declared the ''International Day Of Remembrance And Tribute To The Victims Of Terrorism'' in Europe.
3 months ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from (en.wikipedia.org)
Arterial insufficiency ulcer - this is why blade has a toehole.
3 months ago by German-Andy to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
S&P 500 dropped 7.6% today, the 17th largest percentage drop ever
3 months ago by magnora7 to /s/finance from (en.wikipedia.org)
QUICK REMINDER TO SHOVE VEGGIES UP YOUR CUNT AND STAY HEALTHY
4 months ago by BussarinsBelt to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
The Ghost Army - A psyop/tactical deception unit during WWII the was given a unique mission within the Allied Army: to impersonate other Allied Army units to deceive the enemy.
3 months ago by Enza to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
Reminder that US soldiers routinely rape children and then burn them alive while deployed in war zones. Those who don't do it themselves are very aware that it goes on and look the other way. The American military is pedo central, it's why they fight for Israel. Thanks for your service, pedo vets
4 months ago by Mum to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
96 Years Ago This Day, the Caliphate was Abolished by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/history from (en.wikipedia.org)
rotten teeth✓ rotten toe✓ patient zero✓ micropenis✓ fat fat fat✓ diabetic in denial✓ serial groper✓ ditched by friends & family✓ pissing himself daily✓ scammer✓ dressed like a wigger in the 90s✓ must be your gaming nerd brian risso
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL about the "Davy Crockett" M-29 portable nuclear warhead mortar gun, made in the 1950s
5 months ago by magnora7 to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL Scholars now think that human writing independently developed in at least five ancient civilizations: Mesopotamia/Sumer (between 3400 and 3100 BC), Egypt (around 3250 BC), China (2000 BC), Mesoamerica (by 650 BC), and Peru (by 200 CE)
imagine thinking captain content is poor when his uncle is literally xavi that played on barcelona.
5 months ago by TheGreatKitDuncan to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Don't forget, Kobe raped a girl in 2003....
5 months ago by Teh_Pwner to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Remember the Integrity Initiative Leak? Guess how many sentences there are on it in Wikipedia...?
5 months ago by Robin to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from (en.wikipedia.org)
Stanley Fischer, former vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, is an Israeli dual citizen who previously worked for the World Bank and the Bank of Israel
5 months ago by SomeBoringRandomDude to /s/Rothschilds from (en.wikipedia.org)
og nl and attilla would have 30 viewers if they didn't live in the house FUCK THEM their irrelevent leeches!
5 months ago by ddd3ddd3 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Can someone inform faggot ginger?
5 months ago by Cxposed to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Felony Charles grand dad was an abolitionist
6 months ago by shtposter9000 to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Fred Hampton Cause of Death: gunshot, point-blank range, December 4, 1969, age 21, "Given revelations about the illegal COINTELPRO program and documents associated with the killings, scholars now widely consider Hampton's death an assassination under the FBI's initiative"
6 months ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
Why we don't like Greta Thunburg - Samantha Smith
6 months ago by sproketboy to /s/whatever from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL: The 4 richest banks in the world are all based in the same country, which surprised me.
6 months ago by Robin to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
Malizia II - Wikipedia
6 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Rothschilds from (en.wikipedia.org)
UN Secretary General, António Guterres is the former President of the Socialist International.
6 months ago by useless_aether to /s/communismwatch from (en.wikipedia.org)
catch up niggers and read what we have access to here. an mma legend that hasnt won a fight in 3 years desperate for a way to make money and no other real skills he is funny, fearless, and wants to livestream. stop wasting time with boring ass leeches doing the same shit everyday
6 months ago by burgerbroyo to /s/Ice_Poseidon2 from (en.wikipedia.org)
Patented in 1857, the phonautograph was the earliest known device to record sound, but had no means of playback. The recordings were first converted back into sound in 2008.
The man behind Spinoza - Franciscus van den Enden
6 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Jesuits from (en.wikipedia.org)
Quinnipiac University is a private university in Hamden, Connecticut. The university grants undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees through its School of Business and Engineering, School of Communication, School of Law, etc. The university hosts the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
6 months ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL about the Starlink sat constellation
7 months ago by useless_aether to /s/Internet from (en.wikipedia.org)
Eugenics Became Crypto-Eugenics After Being Marginalized Due to the Exposure of Nazi Germany's Doings In Eugenics' Name
7 months ago by CompleteDoubterII to /s/conspiracy from (en.wikipedia.org)
List of monarchs who were Freemasons
8 months ago by magnora7 to /s/Collusion from (en.wikipedia.org)
List of presidents of the United States who were Freemasons
TIL Jon Stewart is a vegetarian, his wife is a vegan, and they have a 12-acre farm for abused animals
8 months ago by BeSelfless to /s/Vegetarian from (en.wikipedia.org)
only low IQ incels dont see how poetry and literature are alpha activities. Guy's friends said he took more pride in his sex life than in his books.
8 months ago by stiggy to /s/Incels from (en.wikipedia.org)
YSK: "Natural Flavor" is Beaver butt juice
8 months ago by spacedolphin to /s/Food from (en.wikipedia.org)
TIL of the Great Male Renunciation
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/TIL from (en.wikipedia.org)
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