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Shelter (2007) DVD
Shelter (2014) DVD
Shelter Me (2007) DVD
Sheltering Sky, The (1990) DVD
Shenandoah (1965) DVD
Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, The (1958) DVD
Sherlock Holmes (1922) DVD
Sherlock Holmes (2009) DVD
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) DVD
Sherlock Holmes: Faces Death (1943) DVD
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There is speculation that dinosaurs flowering plants in a coevolutionary dance, as low-browsing ornithischians put pressure on plants to grow and reproduce quickly, and angiosperms are far more effective at those activities than all plants preceding them. The spread of angiosperms in the mid-Cretaceous coincided with the ornithischians’ rising dominance, and by the end-Cretaceous extinction, they were the most numerous herbivores by far. appeared in the late Jurassic and went extinct by the late Cretaceous.
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Early elites claimed divine status, and the priesthood abetted the fiction, and a universal practice among early civilizations was erecting monumental architecture. The was the first such structure. Anthropologists think that monumental architecture may be a form of societal/elite , so that a society can flaunt the resources used to make such overawing showings, both to encourage submission to the society's obvious wealth and power, and to also discourage attempts to compete with it. In Sumer, ziggurats were not only the center of the , but also held precious metals such as gold. The priesthood directed mass economic activity, such as organizing irrigation projects. In some ways, the priesthood was only adapting to urbanization. Their professional ancestors developed calendars and other methods of synchronizing vital activities such as plantings and harvests, with their attendant festivals; mistimings by mere days could lead to famine. Sumerian temples had statues in their central place of worship, in human form, bedecked with jewels and other precious adornments. Offerings of food were presented to the statues, which temple personnel ate that night. In the third millennium BCE, temples owned land and had their own workforce, which was again a “voluntary” one that discharged religious obligations. Although those temples performed valuable societal functions such as taking in orphans, the earliest urban religions were obviously businesses and could become rackets, in a pattern that continues to this day.
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Corsican Brothers, The (1941) DVD
Cosi (1996) DVD
Cosmic Eye, The (1986) VHS
Cosmic Voyage (1996) DVD
Cosmopolis (2012) DVD
Cosmos (1980) DVD
Cosmos (2015) DVD
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey (2014) DVD
Cottage on Dartmoor, A (1929) DVD
Cotton Club, The (1984) DVD
Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970) DVD
Cotton Mary (1999) DVD
Counselor, The (2013) DVD
Count Dracula (1970) DVD
Count of Monte Cristo, The (1934) DVD
Count of Monte Cristo, The (1998) DVD
Count of Monte Cristo, The (2002) DVD
Countdown to Zero (2010) DVD
Counterfeit Traitor, The (1962) DVD
Counterfeiters, The (2007) DVD
Countess From Hong Kong, A (1967) DVD
Counting (2015) DVD
Country Girl, The (1954) DVD
Country Strong (2010) DVD
Country Teachers (1994) DVD
Countryman (1982) DVD
Coup de Grace (1976) DVD
Coup de Torchon (1981) DVD
Couples Retreat (2009) DVD
Coupling (2000) DVD
Courage of Lassie (1946) DVD (DVD incl.
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Two primary events drove the first phase of the Ordovician-Silurian mass extinction: the ice age caused the sea level to drop drastically and the oceans became colder. When sea levels fell at least 50 meters, the cooling shallow seas receded from continental shelves and eliminated entire biomes. Many millions of years of “easy living” in warm, shallow seas were abruptly halted. Several groups were ravaged, beginning with the plankton that formed the food chain’s base. About 50% of brachiopod and trilobite genera went extinct in the first phase, and cool-water species filled the newly vacant niches. Bivalves were largely found in seashore communities, were scourged when the seas retreated, and lost more than half of their genera. Nautiloids were also hit hard, and about 70% of reef and coral genera went extinct. The retreating seas somehow triggered the extinctions, and whether it was due to simply being exposed to the air or changing and cooling currents, nutrient dispersal patterns, ocean chemistry, and other dynamics is still debated, and those extinction events are being subjected to intensive research in the early 21st century.