User:Geris

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Hi, I'm a 35 years old male from Switzerland.



I joined Fakeologist.com on the 15th of March 2019, and my interests are media, politics and religion, health, ancient civilizations, language and books.

1. Background
2. Topics of research
3. Geris' Fakeologist contributions
4. Geris's treasure chest

Background

  1. no academic background, everything is firsthand experience, acquired knowledge and wild guesses
  2. subjects of interest: history, culture creation, health, legal systems, conspiracy culture,
  3. mainly the FRAC (Friday audio chat) a weekly audio-chats where I (we) address a topic or just introduce new members, organizations or topics
  4. a collection of links, books, movies and articles that I think are of interest:
Books
Movies
Documentaries
Articles
Others

Geris day

  • 1638 - Cornelis S Goyer takes possession of Mauritius (uninhabited, except dodos)
  • 1660 - Isaack B Fubine of Savoy, in The Hague, patents macaroni
  • 1953 - Record 537-kg swordfish is caught by LE Marron, in Chile
  • 1718 - The city of New Orleans founded by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville
  • 1983 - August Hoffman performs record 29,051 consecutive sit-ups
  • 1824 - Ludwig van Beethoven's 9th (Chorale) Symphony, premieres in Vienna, often regarded as his greatest work
  • 1913 - British House of Commons rejects women's right to vote
  • 1928 - The United Kingdom lowers age of women voters from 30 to 21
  • 1914 - US Congress establishes mother's day
  • 1966 - Mamas & Papas "Monday Monday" hits #1
  • 1977 - 22nd Eurovision Song Contest: Marie Myriam for France wins singing "L'oiseau et l'enfant" in London
  • 1945 - Branch Rickey announces formation of the US Negro Baseball League
  • 1930 - Duleepsinhji scores 333 for Sussex v Northants in 330 mins
  • 1895 - Russian scientist Alexander Stepanovich Popov demonstrates the world's first radio receiver in St. Petersberg; celebrated as Radio Day in Russia
  • 1946 - Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering, later renamed Sony, is founded with around 20 employees
  • 1952 - The concept of the integrated circuit, the basis for all modern computers, is first published by Geoffrey Dummer
  • 1902 - La Soufrière volcano on St. Vincent kills 1,680 people
Psyops
  • 1727 - Jews are expelled from Ukraine by Empress Catherine I of Russia
  • 1934 - Part of Khabarovsk becomes a Jewish Autonomous Region
  • 1832 - Greece becomes independent, Otto of Bavaria is chosen as king
  • 1866 - German premier Otto von Bismarck seriously wounded in assassination attempt
  • 1915 - RMS Lusitania sunk by German submarine off the southern coast of Ireland
  • 1938 - Dutch Minister of Justice Goseling calls fugitives of Nazi-Germany "undesired strangers"
  • 1942 - Nazi decree orders all Jewish pregnant women of Kovno Ghetto executed
  • 1943 - Dutch men 18-35 obliged to report to labor camps
  • 1955 - West European Union established
  • 1958 - US Air Force Major Howard Johnson sets world aircraft altitude record in Lockhead F-104 at 27,810 m
  • 1963 - SETC Telstar 2 launched (apogee 6,700 miles (10,800 km))
  • 1984 - $180m out-of-court settlement reached in Agent Orange suit, Vietnam
  • 1989 - Panamanian voters reject dictator Manuel Noriega's bid for presidency
  • 1991 - France performs nuclear test at Mururoa atoll