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Egypt Still Giving Up Secrets – Relatively Unknown Pharaoh Found

King Senebkay found 3,650 years later. Wonder how many other forgotten pharaohs remain buried, waiting for someone to find them? http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/archaeologists-egypt-just-unearthed-previously-unknown-pharaohs-tomb-and-remains-180949397/?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=01212014&utm_content=smartnewsegypttomb1 There’s a saying history is written by the victors. In the case of Egypt, the victors occasionally removed all … Continue reading

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3D Tech to Preserve the Past and Present for the Future

An interesting article on digital 3D modeling to preserve the past and present for future generations. http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/2013/12/can-digital-3d-modeling-preserve-past.html This has huge potential for not only future generations, but for… View Post

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3D Tech to Preserve the Past and Present for the Future

An interesting article on digital 3D modeling to preserve the past and present for future generations. http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/2013/12/can-digital-3d-modeling-preserve-past.html This has huge potential for not only future generations, but for virtual tours for people who cannot travel to places connected to their … Continue reading

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First Post, 2.0/ What Is Ups and Downs of Family History

As I mentioned in the title section, this blog will cover an eclectic mix of cemeteries, genealogy, Bipolar Depression, mental health, mental illness, DNA, history, First Nations (aka Native Americans), military history, and World War II. I will blog about … Continue reading

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