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~AD 600 Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms established AD 789 The Vikings The Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in England united under King Alfred the Great, who defeated the Vikings. Some Danish kings, like Cnut aka Canute. In Scotland people united under one king, Kenneth MacAlpin to fight Vikings. 1yrs; 1066-1066 Harold 2 Godwinson Last Anglo-Saxon King of England; killed at Battle of Hastings 1066, Norman Conquest BAYEUX TAPESTRY 21yrs; 1066-1087 William 1 Normandy (the Conqueror/the Bastard) King of England 1086 THE DOMESDAY BOOK […] 1066- ~ 1485 = MIDDLE AGES By 1200, the English ruled an area of (so far independent) Ireland known as the Pale, around Dublin. 1215 King John was forced by his noblemen to agree to a number of demands. The result was a charter of rights called the Magna Carta aka Great Charter. In 1284 King Edward I of England introduced the Statute of Rhuddlan, which annexed Wales to the Crown of England. In 131



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1415 Battle of Agincourt (Hundred 116 Years War) King Henry V defeated the French and English Army left France in 1450.

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3; 1348 Black Death plague 1/3 of population died By 1400, in England, official documents in English, and English as preferred language of the royal court and Parliament. <span>1415 Battle of Agincourt (Hundred 116 Years War) King Henry V defeated the French and English Army left France in 1450. 1455 Wars of Roses – 1485 Battle of Bosworth Field King Richard III York was killed by Henry Tudor 7 Lancaster 2yrs; 1483-1485 Richard 3 York Kin




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[year?] Battle of Agincourt (Hundred 116 Years War) King Henry V defeated the French and English Army left France in 1450.
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3; 1644 Marston Moor Battle 1645 Naseby Battle 1648-1649 2 nd CIVIL WAR Charles 1 against Parliament 1649-1651 3 rd CIVIL WAR Charles 2 against Parliament (invaded E. from Scotland) <span>1652 Worchester and Dunbar battle and exile of Charles 2 to Netherlands 4yrs; 1649-1653 Olivier Cromwell as Lord Protector; PURITAN Commonwealth; English REPUBLIC ENGLISH COUNCIL OF STATE 6yrs; 1653-1659 Olivier Cromwell as Lord pro




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3; 1644 Marston Moor Battle 1645 Naseby Battle 1648-1649 2 nd CIVIL WAR Charles 1 against Parliament 1649-1651 3 rd CIVIL WAR Charles 2 against Parliament (invaded E. from Scotland) <span>1652 Worchester and Dunbar battle and exile of Charles 2 to Netherlands 4yrs; 1649-1653 Olivier Cromwell as Lord Protector; PURITAN Commonwealth; English REPUBLIC ENGLISH COUNCIL OF STATE 6yrs; 1653-1659 Olivier Cromwell as Lord pro







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Support for James 2/7 in Scotland. Armed rebellion in support of James 2/7 was defeated at Killiecrankie Battle in 1689

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even years and now it is five years). Every year the monarch had to ask Parliament to renew funding for the army and the navy. THE WHIGHS and THE TORIES (late 17century). <span>Support for James 2/7 in Scotland. Armed rebellion in support of James 2/7 was defeated at Killiecrankie Battle in 1689. James’ supporters became known as Jacobites (catholics). James 2/7 wanted to regain the throne and invaded Ireland with the help of a French ar




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Radar was developed by Scotsman Sir Robert Watson-Watt

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Working with radar led Sir Bernard Lovell (1913–2012) to make new discoveries in astronomy. The radio telescope he built at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire was for many years the biggest in the world and continues to operate today.

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The Scottish physician and researcher John Macleod (1876– 1935) was the co-discoverer of insulin,

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Sir Christopher Cockerell (1910–99), a British inventor, invented the hovercraft in the 1950s

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Christopher Cockerell


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In the 1960s, James Goodfellow (1937–) invented the cash- dispensing ATM (automatic teller machine) or ‘cashpoint’.

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IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) therapy for the treatment of infertility was pioneered in Britain by physiologist Sir Robert Edwards (1925–2013) and gynaecologist Patrick Steptoe (1913– 88).

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In 1996, two British scientists, Sir Ian Wilmot (1944–) and Keith Campbell (1954–2012), led a team which was the first to succeed in cloning a mammal, Dolly the sheep.

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Sir Peter Mansfield (1933–), a British scientist, is the co-inventor of the MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanner.

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#economics #mark-wardsworth
To realize this you have to think harder about what taxation really is for. It certainly is not to 'fund' spending. It is to stop spending become inflationary. Once you realise this you see people voluntary tax themselves - it is called 'saving.' In MMT it is referred to 'voluntary taxation.'

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Mark Wadsworth: Modern Monetary Theory and Land Value Tax
Sunday, 19 April 2015 Modern Monetary Theory and Land Value Tax Random left the following lengthy comment on Lola's post on why LVT is inevitable, tidied up as follows: Every pound of govt spending comes back as taxation. <span>To realize this you have to think harder about what taxation really is for. It certainly is not to 'fund' spending. It is to stop spending become inflationary. Once you realise this you see people voluntary tax themselves - it is called 'saving.' In MMT it is referred to 'voluntary taxation.' So we get the equation Govt spending = local saving + net imports (foreigners saving) + tax. Now we can argue over who gets compulsory taxation and who gets voluntary taxation. But it h




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So we get the equation Govt spending = local saving + net imports (foreigners saving) + tax.

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Mark Wadsworth: Modern Monetary Theory and Land Value Tax
taxation really is for. It certainly is not to 'fund' spending. It is to stop spending become inflationary. Once you realise this you see people voluntary tax themselves - it is called 'saving.' In MMT it is referred to 'voluntary taxation.' <span>So we get the equation Govt spending = local saving + net imports (foreigners saving) + tax. Now we can argue over who gets compulsory taxation and who gets voluntary taxation. But it has nothing to do with public services. The main power of billionaires (even if they don't kno




#economics #mark-wardsworth
The main power of billionaires (even if they don't know it yet, and if rich people are reading this, then yep) is the ability to spend their billions on real resources and cause inflation. Then govt has to cut spending/raise taxes to stop it

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tary taxation.' So we get the equation Govt spending = local saving + net imports (foreigners saving) + tax. Now we can argue over who gets compulsory taxation and who gets voluntary taxation. But it has nothing to do with public services. <span>The main power of billionaires (even if they don't know it yet, and if rich people are reading this, then yep) is the ability to spend their billions on real resources and cause inflation. Then govt has to cut spending/raise taxes to stop it. Once you see things from the MMT point of view it is very clear. For example in developing countries capital controls won't be all that is needed. The govt needs to ban imports of lux




#artificial-intelligence #minsky #society-of-mind
why do we so often embrace the strange idea that what we do is done by Someone Else -that is, our Self? Because so much of what our minds do is hidden from the parts of us that are involved with verbal consciousnes

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#artificial-intelligence #minsky #society-of-mind
The idea of a single, central Self doesn't explain anything. This is because a thing with no parts provides nothing that we can use as pieces of explanation

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#artificial-intelligence #minsky #society-of-mind
It can save a lot of mental work if one makes each arbitrary choice the way one did before.

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#artificial-intelligence #minsky #society-of-mind
When should we quit reasoning and take recourse in rules of style? Only when we're fairly sure that further thought will just waste time

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#artificial-intelligence #minsky #society-of-mind
Fredkin's Paradox: The more equally attractive two alternatives seem, the harder it can be to choose between them - no matter that, to the same degree, the choice can only matter less.

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what permits a writer to depict such seemingly real personalities? It is because we all agree on so many things that are left unsaid.

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