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June 16, 1963: First Woman in Space - Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova

20 years before NASA decided that maybe women could do things. First woman in space – Jun 16, 1963 – HISTORY.com

On June 16, 1963, aboard Vostok 6, Soviet Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova becomes the first woman to travel into space.

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Via the Daily Hodl: Top 11 Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Documentaries

DYOR, always.  Watching some docu-movies like this probably won’t hurt, either.

Enjoy, and be well, Everyone.

Top 11 Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Documentaries

The cryptocurrency market has a steep learning curve. 268 more words


Ben Semchee: "A Viewer Asks: 'How will Trump kill the US dollar?' Here’s how!"

History lesson time. Ben touches on the decoupling of the US dollar to physical assets (gold,) how financialization and monetary inflation is channeled into various sectors if an econony, (and has a side tangent rant on educational systems to boot.) 244 more words

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Money - A trip down memory Lane

Hi Guys!

Hopefully you’ve stumbled across this little blog, read and start here and the about me pages and are intrigued to find out more! 1,146 more words

Future Of Money

June 9, 1018 - Consecration of Worms Cathedral

Worms being a city in Germany. Worms Cathedral celebrates its 1,000th birthday

Emperors, popes, Martin Luther: Worms Cathedral has been the scene of great events. The Romanesque cathedral of St.

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June 6, 1944: The D-Day Invasion of Europe

In honor of the troops that went ashore in France.

The BBC did 1 hour segment entitled “Bloody Omaha” as part of the series BBC Timewatch… 130 more words

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Oh, Kanji. (I am not looking forward to Hanja).

Upon embarking on Japanese a few months ago (yes I know, a little bit slow getting started but university got in the way), I knew I would be in for a bit of a ride with Kanji as I have prior knowledge and experience in Mandarin. 627 more words