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No. They used a sentence that includes "mathematica" and condemns and forbids it, but they were not using a modern definition of "mathematician", which gives the sentence a very different interpretation. A Latin Dictionary defines "mathematicus" as: măthēmătĭcus […] A. Măthēmătĭcus 1. A mathematician 2. An astrologer (post-Aug.) Also compare ...


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Christ was born at least by 4 BC for that is when King Herod died. And we know He started His ministry at age 30 according to Luke 3:23, which was His baptism signifying His anointing for ministry. So, if born 4 BC, He was 30 in AD 27. He was crucified in 31 AD at age 33. So, Tiberius was co-regent in 12 AD and his 15th year would be 27 AD. And if my ...


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The term Public Surrender is solely coined by India and Bangladesh. There is no agreed-upon definition of this terminology. They are most probably using this term to describe the fact that 90,000+ Pakistani soldiers laid their weapons and their commander in chief Gen. Niazi signed the instrument of surrender (without obtaining the consent of the government ...


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Winkler is not telling the whole story. https://crpa.org/news/crpa/did-the-wild-west-really-have-more-gun-control-than-we-do/


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TL;DR: It's complicated... Evidence shows that Hitler genuinely tried to become vegetarian in the early 30s, with some failings at times due to occasional consumption of ham, liver dumplings or some of the chefs adding meat without telling him. Ian Kershaw - historian notable in particular for his biographies on Hitler and nazi Germany - published several ...


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