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Featured image: Bicyclists round the James Scott Memorial Fountain on Detroit’s Belle Isle, a once-posh island park in the Detroit River, Detroit, Michigan. Source;: Library of Congress (Public Domain)
Good jobs were plentiful and a manufacturing boom helped fuel the rise of the largest and most vibrant middle class in the history of the planet. Cities such as Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Philadelphia and Baltimore were all teeming with economic activity and the rest of the globe looked on our economic miracle with a mixture of wonder and envy. But now look at us. . . . Read Complete Report
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Lost Cities [#3] Twitter Feedback – Digging Deeper – STDWYTK
Lost Cities [#2]: Hidden History – STDWYTK
Lost Cities [#1]: Myths, Legends and Facts – STDWYTK
Published on Apr 8, 2013
From Shangri-La to Cuidad Blanca and the legendary desert city of Ubar, human civilization is full of stories about legendary lost cities. But is there a grain of truth in any of these myths? Listen in to learn more about lost cities and archaeology in the first part of this series.
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Uploaded on Jan 13, 2011
History Channel Ancient Alien Technology/Electricity. The infamous tale of the long lost city of Atlantis may be a preserved memory of an ancient alien metropolis. Beneath Lake Titicaca in Peru, the ruins of recently discovered temples support local legends of an underwater UFO base. Ancient Indian texts, known as Sangams, describe sunken cities where aliens and humans intermingled thousands of years ago. Who could have built the 600-foot stepped stone structure off the coast of Japan–a site that may predate the Egyptian pyramids by thousands of years? Could evidence of ancient alien contact lie buried in Earth’s deepest oceans?