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Civilizations and culture have risen and fallen, even disappeared.. Great civilizations such as Egypt, Mesopotamia/Babylon, Greece, Rome, and the British Empire had their birth, apex, and eventual decline, decay, even disappearance. Such cultures and civilizations were replaced by younger and stronger civilizations and cultures. Each prominent civilization and culture has its spring, summer, autumn, and winter periods. Such are inevitable facts of life or so it seems. In YOUR estimation, is it inevitable that cultures and civilizations blossom into its zenith and then gradually decline from within or without or can the situation be avoidable? Why? Why not?
by JaxsonRaine5 years ago
This is about Obama claiming that Mitt's tax plan can't possibly work, and that it would cost $5 trillion in tax cuts.The top 1% of Americans pay an effective tax rate of 24%. This is a fact, I have mentioned it many...
by Comfort Babatola6 years ago
"History, always repeat itself". Any thought on this. or any personal evidence you care to share?
by Castlepaloma7 years ago
Yes or no first group reaches to five- winsDr. John Lightfoot, a 17th century Anglican clergyman. He estimated that Adam and Eve plus creation occurred during 4004 BCEMy vote Yes No.1 I think the...
by BeccaWood6 years ago
How many lost civilizations have been found?
by DrDeanCrosby7 years ago
Below you will read a report which describes in detail now homosexual activism, using sophisticated strategies of "retail politics",is slowly moving the United States into the same debauched national...
by Khawaja Iqbal2 years ago
Do u think exposure of body is modernism?
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