• What is the atlas mountain?

    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is the most built-up, overcrowded area on Earth?

    Best answer: According to The Daily Telegraph (UK newspaper) it is Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    Density: 114,300 per square mile
    Best answer: According to The Daily Telegraph (UK newspaper) it is Dhaka, Bangladesh.
    Density: 114,300 per square mile
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are places like Spain , Italy or portugal more arab than Iran ?

    Best answer: The majority of Iran's inhabitants are Persian. Persians are of a different stock than Arabs. Germany and Poland border one another, but most Germans are of Teutonic stock while most Poles are of Slavic stock. Of course, considering the fact that the two countries have bordered one another since the inception... show more
    Best answer: The majority of Iran's inhabitants are Persian. Persians are of a different stock than Arabs. Germany and Poland border one another, but most Germans are of Teutonic stock while most Poles are of Slavic stock. Of course, considering the fact that the two countries have bordered one another since the inception of those identities, it only stands to reason that there has been a certain degree of intermingling and crossover betwixt the two, but overall, ethnic Germans are still predominantly Teutonic and ethnic Poles are still predominantly Slavic. The situation is very much the same when it comes to Iran and its Arab neighbours.

    Iran is one of the oldest countries in the world. The Persian Empire was far larger than Iran is today, but Iran has occupied its current borders for a very, very long time. There are people of Persian, Arab, Kurdish and Turkic descent in Iran, as well as people of many other ethnicities, such as some of the tribes found across the border in the Central Asian republics and those in Afghanistan. So nobody really knows just how many Iranians have some Arab blood today. That's not something that could ever be determined with any degree of accuracy.

    While many people - especially Americans for whom genealogy and identity is an obsession, often go on about the various ethnic identities of Europe, the truth is that Europe has seen a great deal of intermixing over the centuries. The Iberian Peninsula is an interesting case because of its unique position at the very periphery of Continental Europe. Various waves of Roman, North African, Mediterranean and other European peoples left an impact on the area. The Moors and the Celts and the Romans all contributed to the cultural, linguistic and genealogical dynamic of Spain and Portugal.

    The same can be said of Italy. Many people came from elsewhere in the Mediterranean, Asia Minor, North Africa and other parts of Europe and Asia to help shape Italy.

    In terms of the grand scheme of things, the Moors and other North African and Muslim peoples did not have anywhere near as much of an effect on Iberia as did some of the other people who contributed to its history and culture. The Muslims were driven out in a relatively short amount of time by historical standards. For example, Muslim influence is far, far stronger in the Balkans and its influence much more long-lasting than it has proven to be in Iberia.

    People have always migrated from one place to another. They moved from one place to another for the same reasons people do today - to seek a better life or because they are compelled to do so for some set of circumstances... Many Dutch emigrated to Norway, many English emigrated to The Netherlands, many French emigrated to England, many English people emigrated to various parts of the world such as the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and so on... This is nothing new.

    The answer to your question is "No, it isn't." Because Persians and Arabs share a common border, they bear many more similarities to one another in nearly every possible category than to Arabs and Iberians - culturally, linguistically, the list goes on and on. Arabs and Iranians share the same religion, though there are wide divides between various sects, just as much of Northern Europe is Protestant, much of Southern Europe is Catholic and much of Eastern Europe is Orthodox.

    That's the best answer you're going to get.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • IS DIRECTION COMPASS NORTH WEST COLD?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Help please!!?

    Emmanuel was speaking with a friend from another country. His friend told him that the speed limit on most highways is 100 kilometers per hour in her country. This speed sounded fast to Emmanuel. Approximately what speed is this in miles per hour?
    Emmanuel was speaking with a friend from another country. His friend told him that the speed limit on most highways is 100 kilometers per hour in her country. This speed sounded fast to Emmanuel. Approximately what speed is this in miles per hour?
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why are many America states capitals located in the small cities inside the state?

    But USA For example New York City belongs to the New York State But New York state’s capital is Albany but not New York City Chicago belongs to the Illinois state But Illinois state’s capital is Springfield but not Chicago San Francisco and Los Angeles belong to the California state But the capital of the... show more
    But USA For example New York City belongs to the New York State But New York state’s capital is Albany but not New York City Chicago belongs to the Illinois state But Illinois state’s capital is Springfield but not Chicago San Francisco and Los Angeles belong to the California state But the capital of the California state is Sacramento but not San Francisco or Los Angeles Houston belongs to the Texas state But the capital of the Texas state is Austin but not Houston Miami belongs to the Florida state But the capital of the Florida state is Tallahassee but not Miami There is only one the most famous exception The capital city of Massachusetts is Boston
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is Madagascar considered to be apart of Africa?

    It's not in the actual continent??
    It's not in the actual continent??
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much of the world could be powered by a hydro-electric dam on the amazon river? It is larger than the next 6 largest rivers combined.?

    Best answer: Water flow turbine generators in the river would do better than any dam. There are good designs for those now. But the water flow and depth varies with seasons--rainy and dry ones. Also, who would use the power? How to send it long distances? You got any clues from Nikola Tesla's diagrams in his missing... show more
    Best answer: Water flow turbine generators in the river would do better than any dam. There are good designs for those now.
    But the water flow and depth varies with seasons--rainy and dry ones.
    Also, who would use the power? How to send it long distances? You got any clues from Nikola Tesla's diagrams in his missing notebooks?
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the climate really hot in your country?

    is it really hot right now? pls state your country and location
    is it really hot right now? pls state your country and location
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there really more land past the Antarctica ring on the flat earth?

    Best answer: Oh, most definitely. We know that there must be, but unfortunately, we can't get there as of right now. The main obstacle is that the powers-that-be will do anything to protect their secret. That means that despite the fact that no country can officially claim land in Antarctica, territorial claims are... show more
    Best answer: Oh, most definitely. We know that there must be, but unfortunately, we can't get there as of right now. The main obstacle is that the powers-that-be will do anything to protect their secret. That means that despite the fact that no country can officially claim land in Antarctica, territorial claims are recognised to a certain extent. And the governments of those countries who have a stake in Antarctica do not allow people to enter Antarctica or to travel freely despite the fact that no one can legally claim dominion over it. That means that Antarctica does not have a government and no one should be permitted to police it as if it were the territory of any independent sovereign nation or as a territory administered by an international committee. Why don't they allow people to enter and travel freely? Because anyone who does will discover the truth that those early explorers did - that Antarctica is not a continental landmass. And if that secret were to get out, it would disrupt everything.

    We know from examining the logs of early Antarctic expeditions that from the very beginning, there have been a lot of discrepancies when it came down to hard numbers. Early navigators remarked that they continued sailing for weeks and months without ever seeing a single break in the wall of ice that Antarctica throws up from every possible approach. They also noted that their calculations were continually off - using both charts and sextants as well as dead reckoning, they would occasionally find themselves off course by up to and over 30 nautical miles. And we are talking about brilliant men who sailed the most treacherous waters on this planet and were the first to produce accurate maps of these places. They weren't men prone to making mistakes.

    Take a lot at some of the evidence for yourself. Firstly, have you ever once known anyone who has been to Antarctica? I have. She was in a Marine Biology program and went there as part of a research team. She remained there for about six weeks. She was billeted with an American, British and Australian contingent of scientists, researchers, engineers and the like. Never once did she travel more than a few miles from base. Never once did she travel more than a few miles inland from the coast. Never once did she meet or talk to anybody who had ventured away from the base (except perhaps to visit another one along some different section of the coast), or talk to anyone who had penetrated the hinterland of the continent. Why? Where are all these people who have supposedly been to "The South Pole"? Have you ever met any? Have you ever seen a documentary that showed people traversing vast distances across the ice to reach it? No, because there is no "South Pole."

    Why is it that if I want to fly from South Africa to South America I have to fly to someplace like Addis Ababa or Cairo or Istanbul first? People take direct flights all the time from places like Beijing and Seoul and Tokyo to places like Boston and New York and Toronto. The air mileage is staggeringly higher between two points in the Northern Hemisphere, yet flights from Point A to Point B in the Southern Hemisphere always have a layover further north than the original airport. Why? What's the reason that Cape Town to Sao Paolo requires a stopover? Because on the Flat Earth, South Africa and Brazil are much, much farther apart than they appear to be on the spherical globe.

    Have you ever heard of anyone circumnavigating the Earth from north to south? According to historians, human beings have traversed the Earth from east to west and from west to east multiple times, and apparently still do this all the time. But never, not once, at any time in the entirety of the history of humanity, has any ship or airplane lifted anchor or taken off from the North Pole and arrived at the South Pole. Why? Sure, people will give you all kinds of idiotic answers... The weather is too extreme... The temperatures drop too drastically... So airplanes that fly at 35,000 feet in subzero temperatures couldn't cope with the subzero temperatures? So ships that were designed to remain sturdy and true in open sea would be unable to cope with the brutal conditions? Who makes this nonsense up?

    The fact that the Earth is flat is self-evident. We can see proof of it anywhere and everywhere. You can stand 75 miles away from the Himalayas and see the bases of the mountains from that distance. You could do the same in places like Alaska where there is little to obstruct the view. How is it possible that we can view the bases of distant mountains from the better part of a hundred miles, but when the masts of a departing vessel slink behind the waves it must be because of curvature? It's perspective, not curvature.

    Do you think that the buildings in Australia and South America stand straight up off the Earth jutting out in every direction? That there are people right now this very minute hanging upside down asleep in their beds like bats and that people are pouring glasses of orange juice and riding upside down in elevators? It's ridiculous.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are people living in London mostly immigrants?

    Best answer: According to the 2011 British Census, about 36% of the population of London were not born in the United Kingdom. This makes London the city with the second largest immigrant population in the world (after New York City). The most common countries of origin of these immigrants are India, Poland, Nigeria and Ireland ... show more
    Best answer: According to the 2011 British Census, about 36% of the population of London were not born in the United Kingdom. This makes London the city with the second largest immigrant population in the world (after New York City). The most common countries of origin of these immigrants are India, Poland, Nigeria and Ireland There are also significant numbers of Pakistanis, Jamaicans, Sri Lankans, and French.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why the African people are poor, while Africa is surely the continent's richest on earth?

    Best answer: Explain how Africa might somehow be considered to be "the richest continent on Earth." Africa's population is very rapidly approaching one billion. Despite being a very large continent in terms of area, there are vast swathes of Africa which are almost uninhabitable and many other sections that are... show more
    Best answer: Explain how Africa might somehow be considered to be "the richest continent on Earth." Africa's population is very rapidly approaching one billion. Despite being a very large continent in terms of area, there are vast swathes of Africa which are almost uninhabitable and many other sections that are unfit for large-scale agriculture. There are sprawling deserts, thick jungles, lofty mountains, many of these areas can only support marginal populations and the incredibly overcrowded urban areas don't have the infrastructure to accommodate the massive amount of people living there. Yes, Africa has a lot of natural resources like oil, natural gas, precious metals, gems, and quite a few others, but Africa doesn't have the means to feed itself, and even with modern farming methods, the corrupt and inept governments of Africa cannot overcome the basic issue of providing enough food and water to the people. Who cares whether or not there are diamonds or gold when you're hungry and thirsty?
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago