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[. . . ] Safety Warning About Photosensitive Seizures A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in video games. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these "photosensitive epileptic seizures" while watching video games. These seizures may have a variety of symptoms, including lightheadedness, altered vision, eye or face twitching, jerking or shaking of arms or legs, disorientation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or striking nearby objects. [. . . ] Adding stone and later metal heads to digging tools made them more useful and durable. The development of the pickaxe greatly improved the digging power of a man by allowing greater force to be applied at the point of impact. Plow Researched at Granary, Ox Cart Improvement Villagers gather food from farms faster Agricultural production was enhanced by the improvement of the plow, especially when the plow was harnessed to a strong pulling animal. Before the advent of the plow, farming was confined to soft ground that could be broken with digging sticks for the placement of seeds. The continually improving plow harnessed to an ox or horse could break dry, tough ground more efficiently than hand tools. This allowed more land to be farmed and increased farm worker productivity. 57 Purse Seine Researched at Dock Improvement Fishing ships gather fish faster The purse seine was an improved fishing net that increased the productivity of fishermen. The purse seine used two ships working together to draw a deep wall net into a column around a school of fish. Closing the bottom of the net column created a great "purse" filled with fish. The column was then hauled on board one of the ships to retrieve the catch. Quarry Researched at Storehouse, Ox Cart, Mining Camp Requires Shaft Mine Improvement Villagers gather gold faster and carry more Once the surface deposits of metal were gathered, early miners dug excavating pits--or quarries--following the deposits of metal into the earth. Quarries were labor intensive and often engaged large teams of slaves to do the back-breaking work. Quarries were most common when the ore seams were diffuse and near the surface. Reinforced Ram Researched at Dock Improvement Increases ramming ship crush armor The development of the oar-powered ram led to an effort to strengthen the hulls of ships to resist being crushed. Naval architects had to balance the desire for speed (which increased the effect of a ram attack) and the desire for hull strength (which increased ship survivability). At the great naval battle at Salamis, the smaller and swifter Greek ships gained a decisive advantage against the larger and stronger Persian and Phoenician ships in the narrow straight. In more open water, the much larger Persian fleet may have reversed the outcome. 58 Salt Amphora Researched at Dock Requires Purse Seine Improvement Increases fishing ship food capacity Although fishing ships could sail far out to sea, getting fresh fish back to port was a challenge. Mediterranean and Black Sea shipwrecks filled with Greek amphorae (storage pots) suggest that pickling fish in salt was quite common. The salt itself was sometimes mixed with fish to form a paste called garum that was popular among both Greeks and Romans. Shaft Mine Researched at Storehouse, Ox Cart, Mining Camp Requires Pickaxe Improvement Villagers gather gold faster and carry more Early miners learned that metal came from ore and ore often resided in narrow seams or reefs within the earth. To follow narrow seams of ore into mountains underground required shaft mining. Rather than excavate a huge and largely worthless pit, the miner followed the seam with a narrow shaft, usually supported with timber to prevent cave-ins. Perfectly preserved Celtic salt miners have been found in deep salt mines where they lost their lives thousands of years ago. Signal Fires Researched at Sentry Tower Improvement Increases the line of sight of all buildings Long before the advent of the telegraph and radio, the ancients developed methods for rapid communication over distance using fires, flags, and banners. Signal positions were placed within visual contact of each other in a chain, and simple messages could be rapidly transmitted across large distances. A defensive wall could be manned lightly while mobile reserves were kept concentrated at regular intervals. Signals could bring warnings quickly, allowing the central reserve to move to a threatened position. 59 Stone Wall Researched at Gate, Wooden Wall Improvement Increases wall armor and hitpoints Humans have been fortifying their towns for defense since the first towns were built more than 10, 000 years ago. Walls were built to keep out human enemies and protect winter food supplies. [. . . ] But Frigg forgot to tell the tiny, seemingly insignificant plant mistletoe, and this was to be Baldr's undoing. As the story goes, the god Loki constructed an arrow of mistletoe, and then tricked Baldr's own brother (the blind war god Hod) into slaying Baldr. For this Loki was imprisoned beneath a giant serpent, which dripped acidic poison down onto his face. (The pain was so intense that Loki's writhing shook the earth, thus creating earthquakes. ) Meanwhile, Frigg petitioned Hel, daughter of Loki and goddess of the underworld, to restore Baldr's life. [. . . ]

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