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Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Great Britain's Mountain and Moorland Pony Breeds - The Fell

The Fell pony is one of Britain's mountain and moorland breeds. The Fell and Dales pony breeds were developed either side of the Pennine mountain range. The Fell is endemic to the area just south of the Scottish border in the Lakeland area near the Cumbrian hills. With his (generally) black coat, high head carriage and elevated, rapid trot, he may look like a miniature Friesian but there is little evidence to connect the two.

Sports
by onenewvoice
7 years ago
Snowboarding: Snowboard Pictures

  From the moment I started snowboarding, I loved it. The weird thing was, I took pictures too.  No reason behind it, just wanted to take photos. People joined me and together we took pictures of each other on rails and jumps falling like newbies....

History
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
Aegean Apocalypse: What Happened in 2100 BC?

At the end of the Bronze Age there were several booming civilizations. These civilizations were the pinnacle art, writing, architecture, and agriculture. However around 2100 BC, all of these civilizations fell. Not all at once, but within 50 years of each other. What was the cause of such a sudden collapse of these advancing civilizations?

Technology
by AllyG47
8 years ago
Leonids Meteor Shower

The Leonids is a meteor shower that is related to the Comet Tempel-Tuttle. As the Comet Tempel-Tuttle moves across the universe it leaves debris in its path. Every November, Earth moves through this path of debris and it creates a meteor shower. This meteor shower is called the Leonids because the shower can be seen close to the constellation Leo.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Sheep Breeds Endemic to the United Kingdom - The Herdwick

The Herdwick is one of Great Britains' indigenous sheep breeds. It is very hardy and tough. The sheep are hefted meaning they instinctively keep to their own area of the country. So there is no need for fences and when sheep are turned loose after being mustered for shearing or dipping, they immediately return to their own patch on the common land. The Herdwick is a coarse-woolled hill breed.

History
by jerrilee
6 years ago
The Man Who Forgot He Was President

Did you know that the United States of America actually had a President for one day?  Before the date for Inaugural Day was changed in 1933 to January 20th, the official day for swearing in the office of President was always the fourth of March, the year after the presidential election. It...

History
by Caledor
2 years ago
3 Reasons Why the Byzantine Empire Fell

The Byzantine Empire essentially was a continuation of the eastern portion of the Roman Empire. Its capital Constantiple was founded by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 324 AD. Throughout its existence after the Western Roman Empire fell, the borders of Byzantine grew and shrunk until 1453 when the Ottoman Turks struck its final blow by defeating the Byzantine forces and conquering its city. To more than millennia is no small feat for any empire in history. In its history, it had to face off against the Goths, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Slaves, Bulgars, Vikings, and at one point from the Crusaders. But the Byzantine Empire did eventually fall.

Lifestyle
by Craig B. Manning
3 years ago
A Kingdom Growth Parable - The Seed and the Soils

This is one of the kingdom growth parables spoken by Jesus the Messiah.

History
by TrevorLewthor
8 years ago
The Byzantine Empire: A Brief History

We are all familiar with the Roman Empire and its influence on the course of Western history, but few outside the realm of Byzantine studies know about the Byzantine Empire, which preserved the legacy of Roman society in the medieval era. Though it struggled against the advance...

History
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
3 Obscure Tragic Love Tales That Are Not Romeo and Juliet

Never was there a tale of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo. Wrong! There were plenty of tales of similar woe that predated Romeo and Juliet, many disturbingly similar to it, in fact. These three obscure tales of the lovelorn give that old dusty tale a run for its money in the category of tragic romance.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Great Britain's Mountain and Moorland Pony Breeds

Great Britain's mountain and moorland breeds have evolved over many years. Each has its own specific traits and characteristics. Most of the breeds have spread throughout the world with only a few struggling to remain viable and dodge extinction. Each breed is specific to its own area and its development has seen it adapt to its pecular circumstances. The Highland and Shetland ponies are from Scotland, the four Welsh varieties from Wales, the Connemara and Kerry bog pony from Ireland, the Eriskay pony from the Eriskay islands and the Dartmoor, Exmoor, New Forest, Fell and Dales from England.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Great Britain's Mountain and Moorland Pony Breeds - The Dales

The Dales pony is one of Great Britain's mountain and moorland breeds. It is endemic to the upper dales of north east England, specifically the eastern slopes of the Pennine range in North Yorkshire, Northumberland and Durham. It is a larger pony, reaching up to 14.2hh in height. It is strong but tractable with an eye-catching trot, making it popular as a harness pony. It has been used on crofts in the Dales area as a general 18workhorse 19, carrying hay to flocks during the severe winters and carrying shepherds on their daily inspections

Lifestyle
by simon
7 years ago
The 8 Best Fashion Trends of the Past 80 Years

We've had a love-hate relationship with pointy-toed shoes since Marie Antoinette's day, and judging by all the 1950s frocks on the runway, it's safe to say that the Mad Men style is back for another round. But some styles, like a good DVF wrap dress, never go out of fashion. They've pushed through wars, recessions and unfortunate fashion eras (grunge, anyone?) and proved they've got what it takes to last last a lifetime.

by Darren Whittenham-Gray
7 years ago
darren-w-gray and the March Infobarrel Update

As a relatively new and "in-between lifestyle choices" article writer, I enjoy the contributions that are made by many of the authors right here on Infobarrel. That is why I chose to make it an article writing home and try to improve what I produce, but generally fall behind...

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Good Marriages Take Work and Effort from Both Sides

No marriage is made in heaven. Yes we think our partner is wonderful and he thinks we are wonderful because we are in love. Love does not guarantee a life of happy ever after. Let's face it we are human. Humans are not perfect so how can...

Health
by manspaugh
8 years ago
Uberman Sleep Log - Day 2

Follow me on my Uberman challenge.

Lifestyle
by slimjim270
7 years ago
Egg Drop Contest

Winning egg drop design and observing of a Middle School egg drop contest.

History
by Aurelia
6 years ago
Waking From the Dead

There is an old tradition that the philosopher, John Duns Scotus, who died in 1308 after falling into a coma, was buried alive. It was reported that when his tomb was opened after his death, his body was outside the coffin and his hands were torn and bloody.

Health
by dodger71
7 years ago
Broken Ankle Recovery: The Cause

After spending three months preparing for a martial-arts tournament, I broke my right ankle during a sparring match. This piece is the first in a series about my broken ankle recovery process.

Entertainment
by Mystic
10 years ago
Karl Marx


Karl Marx was born and educated in Prussia, where he fell under the influence of Ludwig Feuerbach and other radical Hegelians. Although he shared Hegel's belief in dialectical structure and historical inevitability, Marx held that the foundations of reality lay in the material base of economics rather than in the...

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