Dark Ages

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Timeline Of The Big Bang - Early Universe - Photon Epoch - Dark Ages
... The Dark Ages are currently thought to have lasted between 150 million to 800 million years after the Big Bang ... Big Bang or about halfway through the Cosmic Dark Ages at a distance of about 13.2 billion light-years ...
Dark Ages (TV Series) - Production
... Dark Ages was created by Merle Nygate in 1996 and commissioned by Granada Television for development ... Grant's new scripts for Dark Ages were described by Judd as being more suited for a BBC Two audience, and Grant was required to alter them accordingly ... computer-generated effects were required, Dark Ages still had a regular sitcom budget of no more than £200,000 ...
Adam Tinworth - Author Credits
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Military History Of Moldova - Dark Ages
... Wars (disambiguation), and Sviatoslav's invasion of Bulgaria During the Dark Ages, the Northern Balkan Peninsula became a conduit for invading tribes who targeted richer lands further west and ...
Dark Ages - In Entertainment
... Dark Age of Comic Books (1986-late 1990s), a period in the American comics industry Dark Ages (1991 computer game), a platform game by Apogee Software Dark Ages (computer game), an MMORPG by KRU Interactive Dark ...

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    Riches are valuable at all times, and to all men; because they always purchase pleasures, such as men are accustomed to, and desire: Nor can any thing restrain or regulate the love of money, but a sense of honour and virtue; which, if it be not nearly equal at all times, will naturally abound most in ages of knowledge and refinement.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    For as she eats wisdom like the halves of a pear she puts one foot in front of the other. She climbs the dark wing.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)