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This costume was also worn by plague doctors during the Plague of 1656, which killed 145,000 people in Rome and 300,000 in Naples. The costume terrified people because if one saw it, it was a sign of imminent death. Plague doctors wore these protective costumes in accordance with their agree!entwhen they attended their plague The hat and gloves are also made of the same skin โ€ฆ with spectacles over the eyes. The suffocating clothing ensemble was designed to protect the skin from exposure to miasma (the coat was even tucked into the mask), while the hat was simply a common accessory worn by physicians at the time..



One who brings Meat to the table


Burmese Public meeting-hall or house of worship


Gap in a row.of buttons.or snaps

Brett Favaro is a research scientist at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He lectures widely on applying scientific approaches to creating a sustainable future for the planet.

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Climate change and global poverty are two sides of the same coin. Both challenges must be addressed together. If we fail on one, we will also fail on the other. 
British economist Lord Nicholas Stern, 2009

Thus Triumph of Schrodinger’s Cat

IThough of two minds he played it cool (Which is the sacred feline rule), Convinced he could not be a crime, Both cat and carcass at one time, So for a pulse he dared to feel To see which one of him was real, And thus a quaint monstrosity Was killed by curiosity. copyright ยฉ Ed Morris | 

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The ‘good old times’ – all times when old are good.

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