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More than 1,700 years ago, ancient farmers in China transformed one of Earth's driest deserts into farmland, possibly by using ancient knowledge of irrigation passed along by Silk Road travelers, a new study finds.

Archaeologists made the finding by using satellite imagery to analyze the barren foothills of northwestern China's Tian Shan Mountains. These peaks form the northern border of China's vast Taklamakan Desert and are part of a chain of mountain ranges that have long hosted prehistoric Silk Road routes connecting China with lands to its west.

The satellite imagery of one particularly dry area caught the researchers' attention: a region dubbed Mohuchahangoukou, or MGK, which gets a seasonal trickle of snowmelt and rainfall from the Mohuchahan River. From the ground, the area looks like little more than a scattering of boulders and ruts, but when the researchers flew a commercial four-rotor "quadcopter" drone about 100 feet (30 meters) over MGK to capture images, they could see outlines of dams, cisterns and irrigation canals feeding a patchwork of small farm fields, the scientists said. [ The 10 Driest Places on Earth ]

Knowledge gained from the Lexicon confers a 25% defense bonus when wearing Dwarven armor and Smithing increases 15% faster.

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Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Sharing ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. Read more about our mission here.

Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Creating content that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. We aim to drive the emergence vital for moving the world consciousness to another level. Learn More

Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Sharing ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. Read more about our mission here.

Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Creating content that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. We aim to drive the emergence vital for moving the world consciousness to another level. Learn More

More than 1,700 years ago, ancient farmers in China transformed one of Earth's driest deserts into farmland, possibly by using ancient knowledge of irrigation passed along by Silk Road travelers, a new study finds.

Archaeologists made the finding by using satellite imagery to analyze the barren foothills of northwestern China's Tian Shan Mountains. These peaks form the northern border of China's vast Taklamakan Desert and are part of a chain of mountain ranges that have long hosted prehistoric Silk Road routes connecting China with lands to its west.

The satellite imagery of one particularly dry area caught the researchers' attention: a region dubbed Mohuchahangoukou, or MGK, which gets a seasonal trickle of snowmelt and rainfall from the Mohuchahan River. From the ground, the area looks like little more than a scattering of boulders and ruts, but when the researchers flew a commercial four-rotor "quadcopter" drone about 100 feet (30 meters) over MGK to capture images, they could see outlines of dams, cisterns and irrigation canals feeding a patchwork of small farm fields, the scientists said. [ The 10 Driest Places on Earth ]

Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Sharing ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. Read more about our mission here.

Live Learn Evolve is about open exploring all elements of the human experience. Creating content that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. We aim to drive the emergence vital for moving the world consciousness to another level. Learn More

More than 1,700 years ago, ancient farmers in China transformed one of Earth's driest deserts into farmland, possibly by using ancient knowledge of irrigation passed along by Silk Road travelers, a new study finds.

Archaeologists made the finding by using satellite imagery to analyze the barren foothills of northwestern China's Tian Shan Mountains. These peaks form the northern border of China's vast Taklamakan Desert and are part of a chain of mountain ranges that have long hosted prehistoric Silk Road routes connecting China with lands to its west.

The satellite imagery of one particularly dry area caught the researchers' attention: a region dubbed Mohuchahangoukou, or MGK, which gets a seasonal trickle of snowmelt and rainfall from the Mohuchahan River. From the ground, the area looks like little more than a scattering of boulders and ruts, but when the researchers flew a commercial four-rotor "quadcopter" drone about 100 feet (30 meters) over MGK to capture images, they could see outlines of dams, cisterns and irrigation canals feeding a patchwork of small farm fields, the scientists said. [ The 10 Driest Places on Earth ]

Knowledge gained from the Lexicon confers a 25% defense bonus when wearing Dwarven armor and Smithing increases 15% faster.

This section contains bugs related to Ancient Knowledge (Skyrim). Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

These structures are all sacred geometric shapes ( like the pyramids, Pentagon, La Grande Arche) that also align with constellations or planetary alignments as if there is some type of magic to this madness, in precise architecture and positioning. As Pythagoras said “ all is number”. Numbers are sacred. Nikola Tesla had used these grids and the Ionosphere to conduct free electricity in late 1890’s. Seems that someone has been hiding some important facts from us. Macrocosm and microcosm- “As Above So Below”. To understand who we are and how we relate to the earth you must start by researching the 7 Hermetic laws, Fibonacci math, human history and the earth’s electro magnetic fields.

Pictured below, the Pinecone Staff of Osiris is surrounded by the two serpents of the Kundalini – biochemical Human electrical energy is also known as Chi and Prana. The staff represents the spine, and the pinecone represents the pineal gland. This tiny gland is located at the center of our brain and is involved in the production of a variety of important neurotransmitters, hormonal secretions and facilitates altered states of awareness, as you will learn.

So now that we have established a better understanding of our history and who we are and how we relate to our planet we can start to look at spirituality and science in a new light. Is salt a conductor of electricity?I think it can be explained by the fact that when you put salt into water, salt molecules NaCl divide themselves into ions : Na+ and Cl- . As they carry an electrical charge, they are put in motion by the electrical field created by the generator (a battery for example), thus a current can flow in salted water and it is said that salted water conducts electricity. It’s a bit the same thing in metals for electrons, which carry a negative charge.




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