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Physics for Kids: Scalars and Vectors


Kids learn about scalars and vectors in the science of physics. ... Some examples of scalar quantities include speed, volume, mass, temperature, power, energy, ...


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I do not know enough about Korea history to comment, but there are evidences ... when the Chinese general Ma Yuan melted countless bronze drums (picture ... native culture and imposed Chinese culture and script on Vietnam, ancient Chinese ... anymore "holy" than other phonetic script like Hangul, Quốc ngữ or Kana.


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Jonathan Jones of the Guardian describes emoji as a return to the ...


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How do you say Child of God in Hawaiian


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Inca mythology - Wikipedia


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I couldn't find any reference to ma kana in ancient inca Empire. However, there is something called Macana, which is a sword-like weapon made out of wood, but still sharp and dangerous.


It seems that Inca army used a manaca spear - its name is macuahuitl



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The Inca army also made use of a 'macana spear' which consisted of a wooden shaft with a heavy metal or stone object at the end. This object was often in a star shape to maximise the potential to break bone. They were the most common weapon in the Inca arsenal, and it is possible that gold or silver was used for the star for high-ranking officers.


Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macana


Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macuahuitl#/media/File:Florentine_Codex_IX_Aztec_Warriors.jpg