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Christ Myth Theory

Posted November 20th, 2017 at 02:38 AM by Radrook

“Jesus never existed! It was all made up! There is absolutely no historical evidence to support the existence of this Jesus character.” Ever hear that kind of talk? Well, it’s called the Christ Myth Theory which is very popular among those who harbor animosity towards religion in general and more specifically against Christianity itself. Naturally Christians feel impelled to defend their beliefs via providing evidence. In doing so they have resorted to historical documents such as those written...
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Posted November 19th, 2017 at 12:04 PM by Ahsenhaukeh

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The exaggeration of the Battle of Thermopylae: What actually happened.

Posted November 15th, 2017 at 08:08 AM by NBSHistory

I piece I did on the Battle of Thermopylae (I know its so overdone), I utilized all the classic primary sources poking fun at their numbers and unrealistic remarks. I used contemporary secondary sources from well known scholars and even some work from a professor from the University I studied at. I think this video stands apart from many others because I took the time to delve more into the other Greek city people at the battle and their motivations for being there (such...
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Guide to Comparing Bows and Crossbows

Posted November 1st, 2017 at 05:55 PM by HackneyedScribe
Updated November 18th, 2017 at 11:06 AM by HackneyedScribe

This paper is meant to as a guide to make proper comparisons for the power of bows/crossbows

Here are the terminologies.
1) Dry Fire Speed: Speed that the string of a bow/crossbow travels when there is no projectile.
-Normal projectiles cannot travel faster than the dry fire speed, but lighter projectiles can shoot closer to dry fire speed than heavier projectiles. This is because the weight of the projectile slows down the string upon release.
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