How does this plane got in the forest? And someone lives in it! AMAZING!
A builder has discovered how to move and lift 20+ ton of blocks by hand using only wood, pebbles, counterweights and man power. he creates a compelling argument for methods used in the construction of Stonehenge, the pyramids etc.
Life in the Garden State is certainly unique; we’re diverse, densely packed and truly have it all. We move at a faster pace, especially on the highway, but do know how to slow down and enjoy all we offer. Though our state isn’t SO different from the rest, there are definitely a few things you won’t be used to. Here are 10 things you learn quickly when you move to New Jersey.
Upsala College was founded in 1893 by the Swedish-American Augustana Synod of the Lutheran Church. Originally located in Brooklyn, it moved to Kenilworth, NJ in 1898. In 1899 it built a new campus there. After becoming a four-year college in 1903, it moved to East Orange, NJ in 1924. During World War II its enrollment peaked at 2,000 students and held at around 1,500 for much of its history. 85% of the faculty held Ph.D degrees. Until the 1960’s it drew its student body from a traditional Lutheran base.
During conscription for World War I many young men were deemed physically unfit to serve the country. As a result, Newark Normal School of Physical Education and Hygiene was founded by Matthias Machery and Randall D. Warden in 1917.
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