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MessageSujet: Ancient Code.com   Lun 27 Nov - 8:10

--- The images of Stonehenge they don’t want you to see ---

Découverte ce jour de ce site magnifique, via Universe Inside You Channel.





Stonehenge, an ancient monument that attracts millions of tourists a year holds many secrets. One of the lesser known is that the standing stones we see today, in fact date back less than 50 years, as a result of numerous restorations that have taken place for over 100 years.

According to what we have known for quite some time know, the incredible stone complex in Wiltshire, England was built according to archaeologists and studies somewhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. Radiocarbon dating in 2008 suggested that the first stones were raised between 2400 and 2200 BC, whilst another theory suggests that bluestones may have been raised at the site as early as 3000 BC.

According to a new study by archaeologists and geologists from the University College London (UCL) the stones of Stonehenge originated in the Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire, 225 kilometers from one of the most enigmatic ancient monuments on the Planet: Stonehenge.

Even though researchers believed the stones originated from the Preseli Hills since about 1920, they never knew the exact location from where the stones were quarried from. Adding to the mystery of how ancient mankind managed to transport the boulders, researchers are questioning the age of the monument. Ancient people quarried the stones sometime between 3400 BC and 3200 BC, while the monument was constructed, according to mainstream scholars around 2900 BC, this means that the ancient monument could be in fact 500 years older than previously thought.

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MessageSujet: Re: Ancient Code.com   Lun 27 Nov - 8:33

--- China opens new futuristic Library with 1.2 million Books ---

"La bibliothèque est un livre posé sur le sol, qui s'ouvre sur le côté,
Avec des pages en étages qui ondulent comme autant de vagues
Porteuses de mots et d'images.
En son centre, une sphère de lumière, un portail dimensionnel qui laisse entrer les données,
Source nourrissante et enveloppante, absorbant aussi la rumeur du monde.
Borges aurait bien aimé." (Anonyme)






This futuristic library—I call it the Library of Alexandria from the future—is every book lovers dream.

If you are a book lover then you are going to LOVE this library in China,
because after all, some people still want to feel the paper on their fingers
when devouring a new book.

The Tianjin Binhai Library is a 33,700 m2 cultural center that has a bright spherical auditorium
around which cascades of books, stacked together from the floor to the ceiling make up one of the
coolest libraries we’ve ever seen.





It’s like the Library of Alexandria but from the future.

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https://www.ancient-code.com/china-opens-new-futuristic-library-with-1-2-million-books/

An here too, for the original website :

https://www.mvrdv.com/en/news/mvrdv-completes-tianjin-binhai-public-library

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