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Collapse By James Whitehead
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Collapse By O.S. Vargas
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A man's reflections before his impending doom
Collapse By Pietro Mingotti
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Saggio sulla condizione odierna dell'artista digitale, nato a cavallo tra l'epoca dell'arte come eccezionalità e quella del media creativo come tappeto abituale, con approfondimenti specifici... More > sugli idoli dell'era contemporanea e sul riciclaggio dei media in un contesto che lascia i giovani artisti in un limbo tra il bisogno di creare, e la consapevolezza di non arrivare mai a destinazione. Progetto di tesi di Pietro Mingotti per il diploma accademico di primo livello dell'Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, Nuove Tecnologie delle Arti. Pietro Mingotti nasce il 26 luglio 1989 ad Arzignano (VI). Si diploma nel 2013 presso l'Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, e ha all'attivo un progetto cinematografico e 8 mostre fotografiche, tra le quali PHOTISSIMA Art Fair (2013).< Less
Collapsible Histories By UNC Art Department
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Catalog for 2012 MFA graduates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Art
The Collapse of the Confederacy By Lawrence Gipson
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Although best known as a historian of Colonial America and its place in the British Empire, two of Gipson's earliest articles had to do with the Civil War and Reconstruction. His assessment of Andrew... More > Johnson ("The Statesmanship of President Johnson: A Study of the Presidential Reconstruction Policy") was published in the Mississippi Valley Historical Review in December 1915; and "The Collapse of the Confederacy" appeared in the Mississippi Valley Historical Review in March 1918.< Less
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Pedigree Collapse By Dick Eastman
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You can count the number of your ancestors by performing a very obvious mathematical progression: two parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents, and so forth. In the past twenty... More > generations, you have a mathematical chance of having more than one million ancestors. Thirty generations produces more than a billion ancestors, and forty generations results in more than one trillion. The calculation is correct from a mathematical viewpoint but ignores one obvious fact: there have never been that many humans on the face of the earth since the dawn of evolution!< Less
The Great Collapse By Tom Kilcourse
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The story opens at the commencement of a global economic crisis much like that of 2008, but worse. The ensuing chaos in Britain provides fertile ground for the rise of a populist party that... More > eventually is elected into government. A ruthless and bloody power struggle follows. The party is penetrated at a high level by an agent, employed by a cabal of Establishment figures, whose task is to destroy it as a political force. The result is assassinations, betrayal of trust and cold-blooded murder.< Less
The Collapse of Western Civilisation By Janusz Meyerhoff
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It’s not a question “if”, it’s the question “when” something will collapse! What will come to an end first: overpopulation, economic collapse, shortage of crude... More > oil, unpolluted air, uncontaminated land, pure water, natural resources, etc? However, something eventually will come to an end. Another danger is when some country or terrorist groups will use the atomic bomb. The global warming is already occurring, what consequences it will bring is anybody’s guess!< Less
The Collapse of Western Civilisation By Janusz Meyerhoff
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It’s not a question “if”, it’s the question “when” something will collapse! What will come to an end first: overpopulation, economic collapse, shortage of crude... More > oil, unpolluted air, uncontaminated land, pure water, natural resources, etc? However, something eventually will come to an end. Another danger is when some country or terrorist groups will use the atomic bomb. The global warming is already occurring, what consequences it will bring is anybody’s guess!< Less