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Playlist of World Population Between Year 1800

  • World Population Between Year 1800-2100


    Population of the world. How it increases year by year. #population
    world population between year 1800-2100
    The list of religious populations by number of adherents from 1945 to 2019.


    I am a first year PhD student, data geek and I love visualizations.
    As always your feedback is welcome.

    Please support my channel. It can buy me another cup of coffee :)

    Data source: The World Religion Dataset

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  • Future of the World Map 2018-3018


    I only uploaded this because the music was amazing. By Smart Banana

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  • Nightwish - All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World


    This video was made for the fans of Nightwish and inspired by the second part of the album HUMAN. :II: NATURE - All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World.

    Tuomas said that Nightwish is a love letter to the planet Earth.

    We, fans - are a love letter to Nightwish.

    I do not own the music in the video. All the copyrights belong to Nightwish and Nuclear Blast.

    0:00 Vista
    3:59 The Blue
    7:32 The Green
    12:17 Moors
    17:01 Aurorae
    19:08 Quiet As The Snow
    23:13 Anthropocene (incl. “Hurrian Hymn To Nikkal”)
    26:20 Ad Astra

    Music used in the video:
    Band: Nightwish
    Album: HUMAN. :II: .NATURE.
    1. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Vista
    2. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - The Blue
    3. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - The Green
    4. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Moors
    5. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Aurorae
    6. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Quiet As The Snow
    7. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Anthropocene
    (incl. “Hurrian Hymn To Nikkal”)
    8. All The Works Of Nature Which Adorn The World - Ad Astra

  • World Population through the Ages in visual form


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  • 03 W V The Black Death, how did plague reshape the world Hauger History lecture Video through Sh


    The Black Death, how did plague reshape the world? What lessons did we learn? What did we not understand back in the 14th century?
    Slides - 60 -
    Video -
    Assignment - Shegg Assignment - understanding the Black Death 5 points and questions

  • Myth of the Month 11: The 1619 Project and the place of slavery in American history


    The 1619 Project -- an essay collection published in last August's New York Times magazine -- has ignited intense debate about American history, raging outside the walls of academia. Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first African captives landing in Virginia, the various authors the case for the central importance of slavery and African-Americans to the meaning of America. We examine how the project reinforces the traditional myths of American exceptionalism and continual progress, while casting African-Americans in the starring role of Whig history, as the embattled tribe leading the quest towards liberty.

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    Image: Aftermath of the Tulsa race riot, 1921

    Suggested further reading: Edmund Morgan, Slavery and Freedom: the American Paradox; Michael Guasco, Slaves and Englishmen; Albert Raboteau, Slave Religion: The Invisible Institution in the Antebellum South

    CORRECTION: Edmund Morgan taught for 31 years at Yale, not Harvard.

    CLARIFICATION: As Michael J. Simpson points out, Crispus Attucks was of both Native American and African heritage, not just one or the other.

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  • LOST AND FOUND EDINBURGH - Full Documentary HD


    Founder David McLean tells his story of Lost Edinburgh FaceBook page along with co-founder Michael Robertson and page administrator Fraser Parkinson.

    Director, producer, animations and music by Denes Poszmik / Iapetus Films.

    Special thanks to the City of Edinburgh Council - Edinburgh Libraries for their kind help.

    All Rights Reserved.

  • Human Population Through Time | Year 1 to 2050 AD


    A video showing world population since Year to present and present to the estimated future year 2050.
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  • World History Timeline 1800-1806


    This is a Historical timeline covering the years 1800-1806.

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  • France Music Traditional ACCORDION-Musette Accordeon- The best ones


    HALF AN HOUR of France Music Traditional ACCORDION-Musette Accordeon- The best one's
    A great collection of French Cafe Accordion Traditional Music from around the world
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    History of Musette Accordion:
    The word musette was originally the name for a bagpipe-like instrument played in the courts of France’s upper classes during the 17th and 18th Centuries. Eventually it fell out of favor with the privileged population and was picked up by the country’s rural peoples, especially those in the central Auvergne region. When the Auvergnats moved to Paris in search of work in the early 1800s, they brought their folk music to town, many of them opening cafés that catered to factory workers and their families. It was in these cafés that Sunday dances, or bals musette as they came to be known, began to be held.
    Café de Paris: Best of French Cafe Music (French Cafe Accordion Traditional Music)) musique française - l'accordéon
    1 Hour of best of French cafe music and French cafe accordion traditional music. Collection with beautiful video of French music playing in french cafes
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  • The History Of Yellowstone - The Discovery The Origin of Yellowstone National Park


    ( This Emmy Award winning TV documentary highlights the intriguing story behind the discovery of our nation's first and oldest national park: Yellowstone. This unique theatre of nature is the largest active geyser basin in the world, and its mystical wonders have lured curious explorers here for centuries. The instrumental musical score composed and performed by Brian McBride won the prestigious Emmy Award for best music in September 2005, and was also honored as a 2005 National Telly Awards winner. The following clips are samples taken from the documentary.

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  • Alternative Future of World 2020 2200


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  • Cass McCombs - Im A Shoe


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    I'm A Shoe by Cass McCombs from the album 'Mangy Love,' available now
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    Director / Camera / Editor
    Rachael Pony Cassells

    Producer / Additional Camera
    Malcolm Pullinger

    Creation, destruction, boom, ghost. In the song I'm a Shoe, Cass references the California boomtown / ghost town of Bodie, a town that rose to peak population in the late 1800's gold rush. As people swarmed Bodie and scrambled to strike it rich, the town developed an unrivaled reputation for great violence, murder and a much feared figure - the Bad Man of Bodie.”

    The video for I’m a Shoe was filmed at the ghost town of Mare Island, Vallejo, California which in the chronology of California boomtown /ghost towns, directly follows the demise of Bodie. Bodie’s official end and Mare Island’s boom both came about to service the needs of World War II. The Roosevelt’s government’s War Production Board ordered the closure of Bodie’s gold mines in order to divert labor and equipment to the requirements of the war. Mare Island peaked at this time employing over 40,000 people building warships and submarines, it now sits in ruins. It is a very compelling ghost town with a strange discomforting atmosphere. How will this next uncertain chapter of US history unfold? What will be swarmed, extracted or built? What will be abandoned in the future for the vultures to inherit?

    -Rachael Pony Cassells

  • SILTA Land Tenure Conference - October 15, 2020


    On Thursday, October 15th, 2020, members of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory attended a conference hosted by SILTA (Secure Indigenous Land Tenure Association), coordinated by Marie McGregor Pitawanakwat, and held at the South Bay Centre, in Dooganing (South Bay), Wiikwemkoong. Participant elders include: Phyllis Williams, Raymond Jackson, Jacob Wemigwans, Margaret Jackson, Mary Elizabeth Wemigwans, and Terry Debassige (M'chigeeng FN).

  • 1000 Miles of Texas Desert with Jason Kostal - Luthier Stories - Michael Watts


    Thanks for visiting! Please Subscribe to support my channel!

    In the Spring of 2019 luthier Jason Kostal and I were invited to attend a private guitar event in the heart of Texas USA. This video, the finale of the first series of Luthier Stories, documents our road trip through the deserts of Arizona, New Mexico and Texas as we look back over 10 years of collaboration as player and guitar builder, discuss the relative merits of the Elvis Presley's BBQ and spaghetti diet, our love of the guitar in all its forms and the creation and evolution of the MDW model.

    I really hope you enjoy watching this video and that you'll continue to support this project by sharing, liking and spreading the word. It's a joy to make these films and I look forward to sharing many more adventures with you in the future.

    Please visit my website for more about me and my work

    Michael Watts

  • Hans Rosling & el Crecimiento de la Población Mundial


    Hans Rosling: Global population growth, box by box

    En los próximos 50 años, la población mundial llegará a los 9.000 millones de habitantes. Sólo elevando el nivel de vida de los más pobres podremos controlar el crecimiento poblacional. Esta es la respuesta paradójica que revela Hans Rosling en TED@Cannes mediante una colorida nueva tecnología de visualización de datos.

    In Hans Rosling's hands, data sings. Global trends in health and economics come to vivid life. And the big picture of global development—with some surprisingly good news—snaps into sharp focus.


  • American Racism: History and Healing | Part 1


    American Racism: History and Healing
    Part 1: Racism’s Deep Roots: Colonialism, Empire, and Transatlantic Slavery, 1400-1700

    Dr. Stewart Davenport, Associate Professor of History at Pepperdine University, offers a 4-week online class for St. James' entitled “American Racism: History and Healing.

    From Dr. Davenport's syllabus on class 1, titled Racism’s Deep Roots: Colonialism, Empire, and Transatlantic Slavery, 1400-1700:

    This might seem like an odd way to start, but if one wants to understand the origins of our modern racialized world, one has to go back to its early-modern beginnings, when the fearful powers of Christian Europe, in a centuries-old conflict with the powers of Islam, found a competitive edge in the riches that could be extracted from the Americas and enslaved labor.

    Read more about this class here:

  • Nelson Mandela Long Walk to Freedom Class X English Live telecast


    This is the live telecast for class X learners _English lesson

  • Dutch Immigration in the 1800s


    School Project about the Dutch Immigration in the 1800's

  • World History Ep. 17: The World Today or, Too soon?


    A look at the 1990s, the 2000s, and, that's right, the future!

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  • Rogers Lecture, Dean Yash Gupta


    Yash P. Gupta, Dean, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School spoke about the business dimensions of an aging America at the 9th Annual Elizabeth L. Rogers, MD Visiting Lecture in Geriatric Medicine. Beyond Wisdom: Business Dimensions of and Aging America.

  • Nite Line 2/17/2020, Part 1 - Chef Marti Mongiello


    Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. for a President’s Day special on Nite Line as Dante Thompson visits The Inn of the Patriots, The U.S. Presidential and Culinary Museum located in Grover, North Carolina. Former White House Chef, Marti Mongiello, provides insight on what it was like to be a chef for five U.S. presidents and also shares recipes of salad dressings enjoyed by presidential families.

  • History of the World Every Year


  • The Evolution of Death & Burial: Sumerian Mythology 5/13 by John David Ebert


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  • 15 Billion Years


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    15 Billion Years · Jeff House

    From a Mountain Top

    ℗ 2020 Jeff House

    Released on: 2020-12-16

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • WHAT presents Peak Oil Preparation


    WHAT host, Michael J. Smith features Matt Stein, Author and Owner of Stein Design & Construction, as he speaks on Peak Oil Preparation and Making The Shift To Sustainability.

  • Goodbye to Catalonia?


    What is going on in Catalonia? We trace the long history of the small region in Spain’s northeastern corner, considering how medieval rebellions, dynastic struggles, and radical anarchist unions all helped to lay the groundwork for the separatist movement that today is flirting with unilaterally breaking away from Spain. We also account for the refusal of neighboring countries or the EU to say anything about the Spanish crisis, since Catalan independence threatens the survival not only of Spain, but of almost every large nation-state in Europe and the liberal internationalist order that they have built.
    Please help to make it possible for these lectures to continue! --

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  • Age of Ice and Fire: The General Crisis Of The Seventeenth Century


    We trace the waves of crop failure, famine, pestilence, and war that swept over Europe in the 1600s as the climate sank into a “Little Ice Age” and armies literally marched across frozen seas. In the midst of unimaginable crisis, alchemists, astrologers, and apocalypticists scoured the Bible for prophecies to explain the disasters around them as part of the approaching End Times. Many of the defining institutions of the modern world we know today – such as overseas colonization, investor-owned corporations, public education, religious toleration, and scientific academies – have their origins as attempts to cope with the crisis of the seventeenth century and prepare the way for the Second Coming.

    Please become a patron and contribute what you can in the spirit of knowledge and inquiry, and in order to have access to patron-only lectures, including Myth of the Month: The Exodus --

    Suggested Further Reading: Webster, The Great Instauration; Yates, The Rosicrucian Enlightenment; Hobsbawm, The Crisis of the Seventeenth Century

  • Livestreaminar 6: The Scots-Irish and the Ulster Scots


    It is said that the ruddy renegades who came to America in the 18th century were born fighting, but truth is they have had a profound impact most every aspect of the American story. Many of their American descendants however don't understand many important elements of the complex story of their ancestors. Let's dig in together and learn how to learn more about those ancestors who share deep Scottish ancestry and Northern Ireland's history.

    It's free, but donations gratefully accepted via Venmo @andrewmcknightmusic or - thank you for helping make this project and my crazy creative journey possible! If you haven't got your copy of Treasures in My Chest yet, the book and album straight from the author at

  • Know Your History: Made In Memphis


    Project Done in 2010

    Know Your History, directed by K.Cutta, is a documentary that explores

    the rich history of a small river town located on the 4th Chickasaw

    Bluff of the American Nile. It displays growth over two centuries of

    how it became the nations hub for distribution and a cultural mecca

    throughout the world... Memphis Tennessee


    The purpose of this documentary film is to educate, entertain and bridge the gap between the generations about Memphis's rich history. It details the major events of pioneers that dreamed big and lead us into current day.


    Directed, Shot and edited by :K.Cutta

    Narrated by: Bertram Williams

    Music Scores :Drumma Boy

    Music Track: If We Try Kenneth.T.Whalum III f/ Dr. Kenneth T. Whalum Jr.

    Script Editor : Pamela W. Guinn - Turner

    Art Direction by: Los Tha Scholar

    Exclusive interviews with: Dr. Kenneth T. Whalum Jr.

    Ph.D Earnestine L. Jenkins

    Director William Hughes

    David Fitzpatrick

  • ???? Total Population of the World from 1800 to 2020 ????


    ???? People in the World from 1800 - 2020 ????
    ???? Look at China ????
    ????I didn't know India had so many people????

  • World Religions Ranking Population Growth by Religion 1800 2100


  • World population hits 7,747B people


    Nice the world is so big with so many people

  • World Population Growth Analysis Since 1980


    OK, this is my attempt to analyze the data I sorted that is from the years 1980 to 2011. I decided it was time to an extensive compiling, and sorting of country population growth during that time period. I also try to explain why certain assumptions are wrong, and why certain assumptions about population growth is correct for various reasons.

  • Islamic Stats l future religion of the world l 1800 2100 #religionsranking #religion


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  • ????Población del ???? Mundo desde 1800 hasta 2020 ????


    ???? Población Mundial desde 1800 hasta 2020 ????
    ???? Nuestros datos de población surgen a través de estimaciones de los países que se remontan a 1800 hasta la fecha ????
    ???? Utilizamos datos de la población de las Naciones Unidas entre 1950 y 2100 de la División de Población de las Naciones Unidas World Population Prospects 2017 y el pronóstico para el año 2020 está utilizando su variante de fertilidad ????‍????‍????‍???? media.

  • World Religions Growth and Projection 1800 - 2025


    #World Religions Growth and Projection 1800-2025

    This visualization shows the Worlds most followed Religions, and their growth between the years 1800 -2025.

    Religious groups in this ranking: #Christians #Muslims #Hindus #Folk Religions #Jews. Also in this ranking #Agnostics #Atheist.

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    #Business #Insider #Religion #spread #map #how #hinduism #buddhism #Christianity(Religion) #Judaism(Religion) #Islam(Religion) #history #world #religions

  • Population Growth Video


    JJ's project video.
    Population Growth rate.
    By Martha Valles-Montejo & Bezawit Belew.
    Per. 2B
    (This video contains clippings of other videos. We don't own the rights)

  • World Meter


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    World Meter · Tropical Bleyage

    4 You

    ℗ Dacru Records

    Released on: 2020-03-16

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  • Top 10 Countries With The Most Protestant Christians


    1. A third of the world's 750 crore people consists of Christians
    2. 40% of all Christians are Protestant.
    3. Nearly 90 crore of the world population are Protestants.

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  • Gary Fjellgaard - I Can Hear Somebody Crying Somewhere On The Island


    Haida Gwaii (/ˈhaɪdə ɡwaɪ/ HY-duh-GWY; Haida: X̱aayda gwaay; literally Islands of the [Haida] People), informally but commonly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands and the Charlottes, is an archipelago on the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada, populated mostly by Haida people. Haida Gwaii consists of two main islands: Graham Island in the north and Moresby Island in the south, along with approximately 150 smaller islands with a total landmass of 10,180 km2 (3,931 sq mi). Other major islands include Anthony, Langara, Louise, Lyell, Burnaby, and Kunghit Islands. A parallel name to Queen Charlotte Islands used by American traders, who frequented the islands in the days of the marine fur trade and considered the islands part of the US-claimed Oregon Country, was Washington's Isles. The islands are separated from the British Columbia mainland to the east by Hecate Strait. Vancouver Island lies to the south, across Queen Charlotte Sound, while the U.S. state of Alaska is to the north, across the disputed Dixon Entrance.

    Some of the islands are protected under federal legislation as Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site, which is mostly Moresby Island (Gwaii Haanas in Haida) and adjoining islands and islets. Also protected, but under provincial legislation, are several provincial parks, the largest of which is Naikoon Provincial Park on northeastern Graham Island. The islands are home to an abundance of wildlife, including the largest subspecies of black bear, and also the smallest subspecies (Ursus americanus carlottae) and the subspecies of stoat Mustela erminea haidarum. Black-tailed deer and raccoon are introduced species that have become abundant.

    On June 3, 2010, the Haida Gwaii Reconciliation Act officially renamed the islands Haida Gwaii as part of a reconciliation protocol between British Columbia and the Haida people.

    At the time of colonial contact, the population was roughly 10,000 people, residing in several towns and including slave populations drawn from other clans of Haida as well as other tribes. It is estimated that ninety percent of the population died during the 1800s from smallpox; other diseases arrived as well, including typhoid, measles, and syphilis, affecting many more inhabitants.

    By 1900, only 350 people remained. Towns were abandoned as people left their homes for the towns of Skidegate and Masset, cannery towns on the mainland, or for Vancouver Island. Today, only some 3,800 people live on the islands. About 70% of the indigenous people (Haida) live in two communities at Skidegate and Old Masset, with a population of about 700 each. In total the Haida make up 45% of the population of the islands.

    Anthony Island and the island of Ninstints were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006; in the decision, the decline in population wrought by disease was referenced when citing the 'vanished civilization' of the Haida.

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  • Henhouse Prowlers - Gospel in Review


    Recorded in Samarkand, Uzbekistan at the Gumbaz Synagogue built in the 1800's.

    This gorgeous building serves the remaining 250 jews out of what used to be a population of 30,000.

    The Rabbi was humble and kind.

    He said: We live in peace with our Muslim brothers.

    Filmed by Dil Noza Iskandarova

  • Monmouth University: Be inspired!


    Be inspired to do anything! Undergraduate students attending Monmouth University benefit from quality academic programs, small classes, professors who meet the highest standards for teaching and academic excellence, a magnificent campus, and state-of-the-art facilities.

    About Monmouth University

    Monmouth University offers its students a dynamic and varied academic environment with abundant opportunities to learn, adapt, and grow both personally and professionally. The University offers innovative academic programs, and qualified students can undertake anything from hands-on scientific research to global community service. A dedicated, caring, and distinguished faculty ensures learning is active and lively.

    Small classes, which allow for individual attention and student-faculty dialogue, together with purposeful academic advising and intensive career counseling, are hallmarks of the Monmouth experience. Monmouth University is listed in the Princeton Review's Best Colleges and U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges. Monmouth's student body is diverse, with a combined population of approximately 4,500 undergraduate and 1,800 graduate students.

    The University's curriculum is in touch with today's globally oriented, technological society and offers challenging and innovative degree programs that interface with social and political issues. Students in all majors acquire a breadth of knowledge beyond their fields of study, including an appreciation of world culture.

    Monmouth University also emphasizes writing, public speaking, and other skills that are critical to personal and professional success. Additionally, Monmouth requires all students to fulfill an experiential education component that is a real-world experience related to the student's interests.

  • Number 235 - Dave Patterson


    Listen: 'Classical Blues Fusion With a Bit of Welding'. Copyright © 2018-2020 Dave Patterson
    Read: '500 Years of Lies - Discover the Extraordinary Number of Native Indian Gifts to the World'

    Passage #35: Political Examples

    Urban planning was practiced earlier than 1500 BC, dealing in advance with issues such as population density, environmental issues, sanitation, and transportation. Over 2000 years ago, each continent, North America [Anasazi and Hopewell] and South America [Moche], as well as Mesoamerica [Olmec and Maya], had cultures that displayed evidence of comprehensive preplanning in their city models. These included concepts such as choosing city sites, laying out the entire area around city centres, piping in water through enclosed basalt aqueducts, building dams for water conservation, solid waste transportation and burial, angled streets to allow for public water collection cisterns, and angled roofs for personal water tanks.

    By the 1300s and 1400s the area of Lake Texcoco, in modern day Mexico, had aqueducts sophisticated enough to supply year-round water to households for personal use. By building causeways over swamps and combining this with a transportation grid, the government could provide water, as well as waste removal, operated by a thriving local merchant class. The government hired over 1000 workers to keep the city clean, at a time when all European cities were using their streets as open sewers for waste. This deeply-ingrained practice persisted for centuries in Europe and in the Americas under colonial rule. Boston was known to still be dealing with street sewage well into the 1800s when they had trouble introducing sanitation bylaws to fight disease.

    The urban cleanliness cited above was coupled in this case with public health measures. Personal hygiene and clean water made the work of their hospitals easier. In Mesoamerica, Aztec public hospitals meant the poor could be cared for by specialist doctors, midwives, and nurses. The existence of prenatal care, early sex education, and mental health physicians shows the breadth of that example. It was the world’s first publicly funded healthcare system.

    Another example of Indian government innovation was the very specific labour laws protecting the workers and their families in the difficult Andean mining industries. Only men who were part of a married couple worked in mining. There existed a formal family division of labour, rules around seasonal conditions and rest periods, supplied provisions, and mandatory removal of sick miners. Miners were rotated on a schedule with feasts and festivals playing a large role. The contrast is stark when compared to the Europeans, who operated mines from the 1500s onward, in some of the most notoriously brutal conditions in the history of labour.

    Tax systems varied between voluntary setups in North America, and the more common tribute methods elsewhere, whereby workers contributed labour for the maintenance of roads, building of pyramids, maintenance of suspension bridges, civil engineering, farming, etc. In return, a social welfare system meant no one went hungry, including those injured by their work.

  • How many religions are present in India | 2019 | Population of Hindu / Muslim / Sikh / Christian


  • Did You Win? Global DJ Census Results Revealed.. - #TuesdayTipsLive - Online DJ School


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    32,222 people took part in the Digital DJ Global Census that we ran recently, making it the biggest DJ survey in the world many times over. Every single person was entered into the $15,000 prize draw - tune in for the winner announcement!

    Prizes up for grabs:

    1st place - full Denon DJ Prime system (2 x SC5000 media players and 1 x X1800 mixer)
    2nd place - Pioneer DJ XDJ-RX2 standalone DJ system
    3rd place - Roland DJ 808 Serato DJ controller
    4th place - Traktor Kontrol S8 controller
    5th place - Denon DJ MC7000 Serato DJ controller
    6th place - 2x Reloop Touch Virtual DJ controllers
    7th place - Traktor Kontrol S5 controller
    8th place - Numark NS6II Serato DJ controller
    9th place - pair of Pioneer DJ HDJ-X10 headphones
    10 place - pair of Pioneer DM-40 BT speakers

    Runner Up - A copy of Algoriddim's brand new djay Pro 2 software

  • ????What are the Most ????Powerful ????Religions in ????the World 2020 - Top10


    #mostpowerfulreligion #powerfulreligion #top10

    We Ranked the T10 Most Powerful Religions in the World According to the Number of Worshipers.Hit that SUBSCRIBE button and turn notifications on! Be sure to drop a like and/or comment on what you think about this video and what else you want to see!

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  • Longest Life VS Shortest Life!Top 10 VS Buttom 10 Countries for Life Expectancy


    Life expectancy at birth, total (years)

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  • From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians


    Christians (/ˈkrɪstʃən, -tiən/ (About this soundlisten)) are people who follow or adhere to Christianity, a monotheistic Abrahamic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. The words Christ and Christian derive from the Koine Greek title Christós (Χριστός), a translation of the Biblical Hebrew term mashiach.
    While there are diverse interpretations of Christianity which sometimes conflict, they are united in believing that Jesus has a unique significance.
    The term Christian used as an adjective is descriptive of anything associated with Christianity or Christian churches, or in a proverbial sense all that is noble, and good, and Christ-like. It does not have a meaning of 'of Christ' or 'related or pertaining to Christ'.
    According to a 2011 Pew Research Center survey, there were 2.2 billion Christians around the world in 2010, up from about 600 million in 1910. By 2050, the Christian population is expected to exceed 3 billion. According to a 2012 Pew Research Center survey Christianity will remain the world's largest religion in 2050, if current trends continue.
    Today, about 37% of all Christians live in the Americas, about 26% live in Europe, 24% live in sub-Saharan Africa, about 13% live in Asia and the Pacific, and 1% live in the Middle East and North Africa. About half of all Christians worldwide are Catholic, while more than a third are Protestant (37%). Orthodox communions comprise 12% of the world's Christians. Other Christian groups make up the remainder. Christians make up the majority of the population in 158 countries and territories. 280 million Christians live as a minority.
    The Greek word Χριστιανός (Christianos), meaning follower of Christ, comes from Χριστός (Christos), meaning anointed one, with an adjectival ending borrowed from Latin to denote adhering to, or even belonging to, as in slave ownership. In the Greek Septuagint, christos was used to translate the Hebrew מָשִׁיחַ (Mašíaḥ, messiah), meaning [one who is] anointed. In other European languages, equivalent words to Christian are likewise derived from the Greek, such as Chrétien in French and Cristiano in Spanish.
    The abbreviations Xian and Xtian (and similarly-formed other parts of speech) have been used since at least the 17th century: Oxford English Dictionary shows a 1634 use of Xtianity and Xian is seen in a 1634-38 diary. The word Xmas uses a similar contraction.
    Another term for Christians which appears in the New Testament is Nazarenes. Jesus is named as a Nazarene in Math 2:23, while Paul is said to be Nazarene in Acts 24:5. The latter verse makes it clear that Nazarene also referred to the name of a sect or heresy, as well as the town called Nazareth.
    The term Nazarene was also used by the Jewish lawyer Tertullus (Against Marcion 4:8) which records that the Jews call us Nazarenes. While around 331 AD Eusebius records that Christ was called a Nazoraean from the name Nazareth, and that in earlier centuries Christians were once called Nazarenes. The Hebrew equivalent of Nazarenes, Notzrim, occurs in the Babylonian Talmud, and is still the modern Israeli Hebrew term for Christian.
    The identification of Jesus as the Messiah is not accepted by Judaism. The term for a Christian in Hebrew is נוֹצְרִי (Notzri—Nazarene), a Talmudic term originally derived from the fact that Jesus came from the Galilean village of Nazareth, today in northern Israel. Adherents of Messianic Judaism are referred to in modern Hebrew as יְהוּדִים מְשִׁיחִיִּים (Yehudim Meshihi'im—Messianic Jews).
    Asian terms
    The most common Persian word is Masīhī (مسیحی), from Arabic. Other words are Nasrānī (نصرانی), from Syriac for Nazarene, and Tarsā (ترسا), from Middle
    The Syriac term Nasrani (Nazarene) has also been attached to the Saint Thomas Christians of Kerala, India. In the Indian subcontinent, Christians call themselves Isaai (Hindi: ईसाई, Urdu: عیسائی‎), and are also known by this term to adherents of other religions. This is related to the name they call Jesus, 'Isa Masih, and literally means 'the followers of 'Isa'.
    In the past, the Malays used to call the Portuguese Serani from the Arabic Nasrani, but the term now refers to the modern Kristang creoles of Malaysia. In Indonesian language, the term Nasrani is also used alongside with Kristen.
    The Chinese word is 基督徒 (pinyin: jīdū tú), literally Christ follower. The two characters now pronounced Jīdū in Mandarin Chinese were originally used phonetically to represent the name of Christ. In Vietnam, the same two characters read Cơ đốc, and a follower of Christianity is a tín đồ Cơ đốc giáo.
    Korean still uses 기독교도, Kidok-kyo-do for Christian, though the Greek form Kurisudo 그리스도 has now replaced the old Sino-Korean Kidok, which refers to Christ himself.



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