Posts Categorized: Reference

  • Reference, Science

    Higgs Boson: The God Particle Timeline

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    The Higgs Boson Particle – Discovery and Significance The Higgs Boson particle has definitely gotten the scientific world all excited. Its discovery has actually been in the process for decades but it is only this year that the existence of the Higgs-Boson has been verified without question. Dubbed as the “God Particle”, some may say… Read more »

  • Arts, Reference

    The Bob Dylan Timeline

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    1961: Bob Dylan starts his career by relocating to New York City after dropping out of the University of Minnesota after his freshman year. He begins performing at various folk clubs around Greenwich Village, befriending other folk singers and gathering material. Dylan records his first, self-titled album at Columbia Records, which consists of mostly covers… Read more »

  • Finance, History, Reference

    The Timeline History Of The Modern American Financial System

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    The American Financial System hasn’t been under a microscope like it has since 2008. Here is a an interesting timeline illustrating it’s interesting past. Browse more data visualization. This Timeline Need’s A Curator:  Would you like to join our hopeless cause to archive everything cool here at Histowiki.com by curating this page?  The benefits are…… Read more »

  • Culture, Reference

    The Timeline History Of Valentine’s Day

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    BC 3500 : A clay tablet from the Sumerian era is believed to contain the oldest love poem that has survived to this day. The Sumerians are credited for being the inventors of written language. AD 197 : Bishop Valentine, hailing from Interamna gains his title. He was also martyred for his faith, a victim… Read more »

  • Reference, World

    History of the Christmas Tree Timeline

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    Christmas Tree History Timeline 5550 BC: Egyptians – The ancient Egyptians were known to use plants in their religious ceremonies. In Egypt, the evergreen date palm was a sacred tree, and a palm branch was the symbol of the god Heh, the personification of eternity. In many Pagan beliefs the tree was considered magical, it’s… Read more »

  • Reference, Science

    The History of Fire

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    Fire is a strange and terrible thing. It’s also a breath of life on a cold winter’s night. It sustained man through many cold nights and many downpours where ancient man was holed up in his cave. Fire is destructive. It’s also rejuvenating to nature. Fire cycles and wildfires have raged throughout history refreshing and… Read more »

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