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Jean-Pierre Houdin has put together a well researched and explained theory on the construction of the Great Pyramid of Khufu.  He is planning to release some new material in the coming months, so here is a summary of where we are so far, thanks to Shemsu Sesen at Em-Hotep.

Online Library of Liberty - Religion
A collection of various out-of-copyright religious texts, covering most major religions.  The download engine is quite nice, allowing one to choose format from HTML to ePub to PDF.


A Miscelaney of Links

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  • As a followup to a previous post, here's more marketing spin on the Celsius X VI II Tourbillon phone
  • A fantastic story of criminal failure, or why the inept don't realize it.
  • Maison Margiela -- Not terribly interesting jewelry, but amusing web design, mimicking the auto-generated index of files that one sees if there is no index file present
  • La Morra -- An Early-Music ensemble out of Basel has several of their works, including a lovely Danse de Cleves, online


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  • Artificial Owl - Photos of abandoned buildings and related, the OTH radar array is most impressive (Not original content)
  • Animani - Art built on the painted hands of the artist
  • Color, where one rarely finds it



And finally, Oh No! It's Making Well-Reasoned Arguments Backed With Facts! Run!


Backlog of Links

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Things that predate the log, but are worth mentioning
  • Guido Mocafico - fantastic photographer of "things".  The fruit and jewelry series deserves special attention.  For those of a horological bent, his Movement is a lovely book of watch-movement photos.