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  • World Population through the Ages in visual form

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  • Evolution of India from 2800 BCE

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  • class 5 Subject :Social Studies8-Sep-2020

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    Class: 5
    Date: 8 September 2020
    Subject: Social Studies
    Chapter # 8
    Topic: Pakistan and her neighbours

    Description: describe life in the neighbouring countries of Pakistan.


    #Interdependence
    #RelationshipwithMuslimworld.

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  • #Dataisbeautiful Most popular Mobile Selling in over the world

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    #Dataisbeautiful Most popular mobile selling in over the world

  • Donkey Kong Country 2: Enchanted Forest | New Music

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    This is a music inspired by Donkey Kong Country 2 OST
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  • Finest 15 Largest European Cities in History

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    This video shows European history about the Finest 15 largest cities by population in European history from 1 AD to Till year 2019. This video shows Europe's largest city ancient history and demographics from 1 AD to year 2019.
    Population of these European cities is noted as per historical data .Minor mistakes and fluctuations are possible . I put my best effort to make this data as accurate as possible, also the cities flags ( Sorry Some Flags Are Not At Exact Location ) Moreover Information Provided is according to the today's current location of cities and for people to better understand as all of them are not historians and also because some of ancient flags are mislaid .

    Cities in Video: London ,Lisbon,Cordoba,Seville,Granada,Madrid ,Paris ,Amsterdam ,Rome
    Naples , Milan , Palermo , Venice , Prague , Athens , Istanbul , Sarai , Moscow , Berlin , Budapest , Warsaw , Edirne , Saint Petersburg, Vienna, Hamburg, Cologne, Antwerp, Warsaw, Budapest , Munich , Philippi .Barcelona And Many More.

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    And also some research from history sources where data seemed inoperative .

  • The 1918 Influenza Pandemic w/ John Barry

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    Just over a hundred years ago, the world suffered through a brutal influenza pandemic, which infected up to a quarter of the world's population. It was nicknamed the Spanish Flu, and killed millions of people.

    My guest, John Barry, is an historian, adjunct faculty at Tulane University, and author of the New York Times bestseller The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Greatest Plague in History. He joins me to offer some historical perspective on the disease, in an effort to shed some light on our own current battle with COVID-19.

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  • The Hiking Song

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  • World History Ep. 2: The Classical Era in the West or, That time everyone plagiarized Persia

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    An overview of classical civilization in the Mediterranean: Greece, Persia, Alexander the Great, and the Roman Empire. With jokes!

  • Enlightenment, II

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  • American English Conversation ★ Learn English Speaking and Improve your Spoken English Fluency ✔

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  • Richard Dumbrill on the lawha of Al-Wanshini

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    The Lawha of al-Wanshini is a controversial manuscript
    which offers an alternative origin for musical terms which
    had been up to now attributed to Western scholarship. This
    text dates from the late seventeenth, early eighteenth century,
    relating of works of early Arabian writers of music
    theory, notably al-Kindi and Ziryab, from the ninth centuries
    onward.

  • The Eastern Zhou Dynasty | Ep. 17

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    In this episode we look at the second phase of the Zhou Dynasty. This period was known as the Eastern Zhou. The Eastern Zhou was broken down between the Spring & Autumn Period and the Warring States Period. It lasted from 770 to 221BC. From this chaotic period sprang the great works that defined Chinese philosophy through the ages.
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  • Syria Video Guide, Syria is the cradle of civilizations.

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    Syria is the cradle of civilizations.

  • Lost & Found: Discovering Fragments of Old Toronto

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    Lost & Found is a year-long exhibition showcasing groupings of architectural fragments salvaged from iconic downtown buildings demolished over fifty years ago. Reflecting on the forces and people that shaped the landscape of Toronto, Lost & Found asks the viewer to consider the future of heritage conservation in the city and the way that these historical fragments can animate today’s urban spaces. 

    Moderated by Cathy Nasmith, this panel discussed the history of the selected stones, the history of conservation at the Guild Inn and the past and present approaches to heritage conservation in Toronto.

    Moderator: Cathy Nasmith -Catherine is a practising heritage architect and planner specializing in heritage rehabilitation, planning, advocacy and research. She is the past president of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario and past chair of the Toronto Preservation Board. A Jane Jacobs Prizewinner, Catherine has spent her career at the forefront of Canadian urbanism, applying her professional training to complex urban problems from the position of citizen advocate. Catherine publishes Built Heritage News and is the current President of the ACO Toronto, one of the sponsors of this exhibition.

    Panelists: 
    Ralph Daley - President, Grange Community Association
    Mikael Sydor – Architect, ERA Architects
    Alex Avdichuk - Supervisor of Collections and Conservation for the City of Toronto, Museums and Heritage Services

  • The China History Podcast | Ep. 22 | The Three Kingdoms and the Jin Dynasty

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    In this episode Laszlo discusses what happened after the fall of the Eastern Han. China was divided into three kingdoms until Sima Yan founded the Western Jin Dynasty.
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  • The China History Podcast | Ep. 18 | The Han Dynasty

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    Laszlo continues on with his China Dynasty Overview. This time we take a look at the Han Dynasty, which ruled China from 202 BC–9 AD, and then again from 25 AD – 220 AD.
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  • Why Invest in Multifamily as a Passive Investor with Lane Kawaoka

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  • Virtual Native Issues Forum 2021: Indigenous Guardians Program

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    In the Virtual Native Issues Forum on March 25th, we heard about the Indigenous Guardians program. The panel provided information on the program and our guest speakers included Regional Forester Dave Schmid, Environmental Coordinator Raymond Paddock, Sealaska Chairman Joe Nelson and the Director of the Sustainable Southeast Partnership Ralph Wolfe.

    This forum was hosted by President Richard Chalyee Éesh Peterson and was held virtually on Tlingit & Haida's Facebook page ( over the lunch hour and included a live Q&A period as well as door prize drawing.

    Gunalchéesh, Háw’aa (Thank You) to Sealaska and Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority for co-hosting this year’s Virtual Native Issues Forum series!

  • Tales from the Himalayas by Henry Edmundson

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    After over five decades of trekking and climbing in the Himalayan mountains, Henry is in a position of authority to mark the changes that have occurred over time and how people from various walks of life have been impacted by them. Having developed an affinity and understanding of the people he has interacted and associated With remarkable pictures, illustrations and maps, Henry Edmundson has brought to life each of these stories [religion, science, politics, society]. The gripping accounts, his insight and depth while presenting an understanding of the entire Himalayan region is unique and outstanding. This book is a rare combination of history, geography, society and politics that can cater to a wide range of audience.

    Since 1965, Henry Edmundson has climbed and trekked in the Afghan Hindu Kush, The Pakistan Karakoram, and the length and breadth of the Indian, Nepalese and Bhutanese Himalaya. He is a member of the Alpine club, and the Himalayan club, and is a fellow of the Royal Geographic Society. He resides in Cambridge, in the UK.

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  • British Isles - Wikipedia Article Audio

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  • Leonard Lopate At Large - Professor Edward J. Watts

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  • Top 10 Most Populated Country in Asia

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  • World population hits 7,747B people

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    Nice the world is so big with so many people

  • Earth vs joyCEartH vs Mars vs Planet Bibi: Population 2020-2070

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  • Population 3000

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    ???? People in the World from 1800 - 2020 ????
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  • Top 20 Country by Total Coronavirus Infections 1 to 31 March

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    This video shows the Top 20 countries by total confirmed coronavirus infections from March 1 to March31, 2020.

  • Países Latinoamericanos mas buscados en Google

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    #Latinoamerica #México #Brasil #Argentina
    Los Paises latinos mas buscados en Google desde el año 2004 hasta el 2020

    Fuente: Alexa, Google Trends
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  • Year 7047

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    Time Travel: Into The Future

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    Released on: 2021-02-21

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  • 2100 A.D. | Dainumo

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  • Worlds Top Most Religion Groups by Population 1946 - 2019

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    This visualization shows the Worlds most powerful Religions, and their growth between the years 1946 and 2019 .
    I am a muslim and i respect all the religions in the world and hate no religion, cause islam does'nt teach this .
    The religious profile of the world is rapidly changing, driven primarily by differences in fertility rates and the size of youth populations among the world’s major religions, as well as by people switching faiths. Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion.

  • Overpopulation crisis--অতিজনাকীর্ণতা সমস্যা-একটি বিশ্বব্যাপী সমস্যা

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    Demographics of the world????

    World population
    World Population[1][2]
    Year million
    1500 458
    1600 580
    1700 682
    1750 791
    1800 978
    1850 1,262
    1900 1,650
    1950 2,521
    1999 5,978
    2008 6,707
    2011 7,000
    2015 7,350
    2018 7,600
    2020 7,800
    The Earth has a population of 7.8 billion, with an overall population density of 50 people per km² (129.28 per sq. mile), excluding Antarctica. Nearly two-thirds of the world's population lives in Asia, with more than 2.5 billion in the countries of China and India combined. The world's literacy rate has increased dramatically in the last 40 years, from 66.7% in 1979 to 86.3% today.[3] Lower literacy levels are mostly attributable to poverty. Lower literacy rates are mostly found in South Asia, West Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.[4] The world's largest ethnic group is Han Chinese, with Mandarin being the world's most spoken language in terms of native speakers.

    The world's population is predominantly urban and suburban, and there has been significant migration toward cities and urban centres. The urban population jumped from 29% in 1950 to 55.3% in 2018.[5][6] Extrapolating from the United Nations prediction that the world will be 51.3 percent urban by 2010, Dr. Ron Wimberley, Dr. Libby Morris and Dr. Gregory Fulkerson estimated 23 May 2007 would have been the first time the urban population outnumbered the rural population in history.[7] China and India are the most populous countries,[8] as the birth rate has consistently dropped in developed countries and until recently remained high in developing countries. Tokyo is the largest urban conglomeration in the world.[6][9]

    The total fertility rate of the World is estimated at 2.43[10] (2017, world bank) children per woman, which is above the global average for the replacement fertility rate of approximately 2.33 (as of 2003),[11] meaning the world's population is growing. However, world population growth is unevenly distributed, with the total fertility rate ranging from 0.83 in Singapore, to 6.49 in Niger.[12] The United Nations estimated an annual population increase of 1.14% for the year of 2000.[13] The current world population growth is approximately 1.09%.[6] People under 18 years of age made up over a quarter of the world population (29.3%), and people age 65 and over made up less than one-tenth (7.9%) in 2011.[6]

    The world population more than tripled during the 20th century from about 1.65 billion in 1900 to 5.97 billion in 1999.[14][15][16] It reached the 2 billion mark in 1927, the 3 billion mark in 1960, 4 billion in 1974, and 5 billion in 1987.[17] The overall population of the world is approximately 7.7 billion as of December 2018. Currently, population growth is fastest among low wealth, Least Developed Countries.[18] The UN projects a world population of 9.15 billion in 2050, which is a 32.69% increase from 2010 (6.89 billion).[14]


    2020 population distribution
    Population distribution (2020)

    Asia (59.54%)
    Africa (17.2%)
    Europe (9.59%)
    North America (7.6%)
    South America (5.53%)
    Oceania (0.55%)
    Antarctica (0.00%)
    Region (2020) Number Percentage[26][27]
    Asia
    4,607,523,595
    59.54%
    Africa
    1,313,074,183
    17.2%
    Europe
    747,253,261
    9.59%
    North America
    565,620,340
    7.6%
    South America
    427,751,538
    5.53%
    Oceania
    42,213,121
    0.55%
    Antarctica
    0 (1,106 estimated non-permanent research personnel)
    0.0%
    Total
    7,792,204,108
    100.0%

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  • Incredible India_A Tribute To Our Nation

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    As a tribute to our nation we present 32 plus facts about our motherland that we should be proud of. So here it goes:

    1. Sanskrit is considered as the mother of all higher languages. It is the most precise and therefore suitable language for computer software. (A report in Forbes magazine, July 1987).

    2. Although modern images & descriptions of India often show poverty, India was one of the richest countries before British rule in India, i.e. during the early 17th Century. Christopher Columbus was attracted by India’s wealth and was looking for a route to India when he discovered America by mistake. India has fed the greed of almost every powerful nation or ruler (that/who looked upon it, during those times) and is poised to be at the top of the world in all aspects.

    3. India is the Largest democracy in the world, the 7th largest country in the world and one of the most ancient and living civilizations (at least 10, 000 years old).

    4. India’s GDP has overtaken China’s in May 2017.

    5. India has the largest number of biomass gasifier systems in the world producing over 656 mega watts (MW) of power; and still has the potential of producing over 30000 mega watts of power.

    6. India was the first country to be accorded the status of a Pioneer Investor in 1987 and was allocated an exclusive area in the central Indian Ocean by the UN for exploration and utilisation of resources.

    7. Indian factories exported a record 3.5 million cars in the March 2014-March 2015, 15% more than last year.

    8. India has the maximum number of post offices in the world!

    9. India has separate civil and military nuclear facilities owing to the 123 Agreement with US in 2005.

    10. India has the largest number of news channels in the world. It has 798 TV channels as of July 2014.

    11. India is the 3rd largest producer of solar photovoltaic cells in the world producing 2.12 MW of power. India is the world’s 4th largest wind power user.

    12. India is the 9th largest solar thermal power generating country in terms of million units per sq. m. It will have 20 million solar lights installed by 2022 which will save 1 billion litres of kerosene every year.

    13. India’s export rate is set to be 4% in 2016, which would be an increase from the estimated 3.3% growth rate of 2015, as predicted by the World Trade Organisation.

    14. The Indian Software Industry has grown from a mere US $ 150 million in 1991-92 to a staggering US $ 5.7 billion in 1999-2000. No other Indian industry has performed so well against the global competition.

    15. India is the world’s largest, oldest, continuous civilization.

    16. India never invaded any country in her last 10,000 years of history.

    17. IEEE has proved what has been a century old suspicion in the world scientific community that the pioneer of wireless communication was Prof. Jagdish Bose and not Marconi.

    18. India has the second largest pool of Scientists and Engineers in the World.

    19. India is the second largest English speaking nation in the world.

    20. India is the only country other than the USA and Japan, to have built a super computer indigenously.

    21. Sundar Pichai, an Indian, is the present CEO of Google Inc.

    22. On 28 April 2008, a world record was set when India’s Polar rocket successfully placed ten satellites, including the country’s remote sensing satellite, into orbit in a single mission.

    23. India is the world’s second largest producer of small cars. It is the largest newspaper market in the world.

    24. World’s largest electronic ID program, Aadhar, is underway in India.

    25. Bollywood with about 1000 films every year is the largest centre of film production in the world.

    26. India is the largest producer of milk, cashew nuts, coconuts, tea, ginger, turmeric and black pepper, in the world. It also has the world’s largest cattle population (281 million). It is the second largest producer of wheat, rice, sugar, groundnut and inland fish.

    27. The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act or NREGA, an Indian job guarantee scheme, enacted by legislation on August 25, 2005 is the largest ever – public employment programme visualized in human history.

    28. The Mid-day Meal Scheme is the popular name for school meal programme in India, is the largest school lunch programme in the world, covering 12 million children.

    29. Board of Control for Cricket in India, or BCCI, is the apex governing body for cricket in India is the richest body in world cricket.

    30. The largest employer in the world is the Indian railway system, employing over 1.6 million people!

    31. Until 1896, India was the only source for diamonds to the world. (Source: Gemological Institute of America )

    32. The World’s first university was established in Takshila in 700 BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects.

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    In this video, I review the material on the worksheet that covers chapter 1, section 2 of the textbook.
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  • Linda Lawrence - At this stage of the game

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