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Second expedition to Antikythera seeks more mechanism remains

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« on: September 03, 2015, 01:53:15 am »

Depends on who the main driver of the revolution was, but most of the larger empires knew the importance of balancing what you take out with what you put in, the Celts even more so, they'd have driven a fairly clean Industrial Revolution because of the religious importance they placed on green spaces. I'd argue that because the Industrial Revolution came after centuries of religious upheaval and reevaluation and the Enlightenment (where a truly secular society started to emerge) the religious convictions of "these are yours to sheppard" were lost in favour of "these are just mine."
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