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Senior developer, algorithms master, PM, analyst, applied mathematician.

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In past:
space-/astro- geodesist, cartographer, astronomer, teacher, radiometrist on the liquidation of the Chernobyl catastrophe in 1986.


Dec
19
revised Samurai, Damascus, and Toledo Steel
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Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
@Anixx Here you have tried to raise simultaneously several questions. I think, that if you would ask them separately, it could be very interesting. Anyway, it is a pity, that the question was closed.
Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Genocide is a mass murder, done by any method with victims chosen according to their ethnic. So, it was a genocide. Letting people die under the African sun, without roof, water, food and medicines is a murder.
Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
"South Africa is irrelevant, since there was no genocide" Sorry, you obviously have problems with logic. Irrelevant means that the target is independent on the argument. If you insist that there was no genocide, are trying to say that my argument is false. Not irrelevant. But if you haven't read about British camps for noncombatants in the South Africa at the end of the war in 1901 and later, it is solely your problem.
Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
@FelixGoldberg "inner cities" are your own invention, I don't mention them. South Africa is relevenant as the first case of genocide in the XX century.
Dec
18
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Cruelty & hartred are realised as a dictatorship on the politics level. I think, this is obvious.
Dec
18
answered Were non-pharaos under “no incest” marriage limitations in Ancient Egypt?
Dec
18
answered What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Dec
17
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
If you hate Communism... yes, if the reason is the hate. But you needn't hate it. You can be aware of its danger and do anything to be on the safe side. And if smb. is a potential dictator, he can use the danger of communism as an instrument to get the power. For example, Kemal in Turkey erradicated his own communists and befriended the Russian commies.
Dec
17
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Yes, the question rephrased up to Felix comment - why did they move to other extreme? - seems to me more correct and hence more interesting.
Dec
17
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Of course. Europe was full of people who escaped from the war communism reality
Dec
17
answered What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
Dec
17
comment What was the reason of extreme anti-Communism in the first half of 20th century?
"But in the first half of 20th century many anti-Communists would support authoritarian government, state regulation and restrictions on political rights to even greater degree than in communist countries." There wasn't a moment after 1917 when for the most antihuman non-communist regime there didn't exist even more non-human communist regime. The very premises of your question are false.
Dec
16
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Dec
16
reviewed Close How do we derive information for civilizations from periods before record keeping?
Dec
16
comment Is the claim that Hitler came to power democratically justified?
As I remember from about 500-pages biography of Hindenburg, The last didn't used his power these 2 years in discussion simply because he was not "functioning" already. Of course, it is the meaning of one author, but supported by some sources, surely.
Dec
15
comment What is a difference between the revolution in Egypt that sprung recently and the Russian Revolution of 1917
Of course. My fault. But the question was not edited anyway.
Dec
12
comment Which lost historical documents, when uncovered, led to the most substantial revisions in historiography?
The problem is that if the text would suppose great changes in our history knowledge, the historians will declare it counterfeit.
Dec
2
comment Who are the modern descendants of the Khazar people?
My own argument is: Because every other greater nation of these plains ended there. As for other arguments, I have put links here, haven't I?