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Lloyd Daniels (Singer, The X Factor, UK, 2009)

Lloyd Daniels Demographics:
  • Age - 16 years (2009)
  • Name - Lloyd Daniels
  • Home - South Wales
  • Occupation - Student
Lloyd Daniels Selected Facts:
  • Lloyd is currently through to the live shows on The X Factor 2009.
  • His mentor is Cheryl Cole.
  • He is the youngest contestant to remain in The X Factor competition for 2009.
  • The first audition started off badly but because of an intervention by Cheryl he was allowed to sing again a cappella.
  • He started singing when he was 5 years old by entering a caravan park karaoke competition whilst on holiday in Newquay.
Lloyd Daniels Previous Health:
  • He nearly died of kidney failure five years ago - when he lost four stone in a fortnight and subsequently spent nearly 3 months in hospital.
Lloyd Daniels Performances:
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Regan Rimmer Management (Talent Agency) London and Wales

Regan Rimmer Management Background Information:
  • Regan Rimmer Management is a talent agency formed by Leigh-Ann Regan & Debbie Rimmer in 2001.
  • Have clients working in Theatre, Musical Theatre, TV, Film & Commercials.
  • Both Leigh-Ann and Debbie have years of experience between them in the industry.
  • They have offices in London and Wales & four agents.
  • They have recently come to further prominence as a result of The X Factor 2009 TV program where Lucie Jones (agent Leigh-Ann Regan) performed well.
  • Website - http://www.regan-rimmer.co.uk/

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Pentyrch (Village near Cardiff, Wales)

Pentyrch Demographics:
  • Population approximately 3,000.
Pentyrch Location:
  • Pentyrch is a suburban community located on the western outskirts of Cardiff.
  • Separated by a ridge from urban Cardiff.
  • The village stands on the lower slopes of the Garth (summit ~ thousand feet above sea-level) see picture.
  • It has a rural outlook over fields of sheep, cattle, and cereal crops.
Pentyrch Local Events:
  • The Pentyrch Hill Race, which attracts fell runners from across the country, takes place annually on the last Tuesday of April.
  • The Hall Ball (Pentyrch Village Hall) occurs every February.
Pentyrch History:
  • Census records for the parish are available from 1841 to 1891.
  • Parish records for St Catwg's Church back to 1695.
Pentyrch Other Facts:

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Catholic Popes (Complete List) St. Peter to Benedict XVI

St. Peter
St. Linus
St. Anacletus (Cletus)
St. Clement I
St. Evaristus
St. Alexander I
St. Sixtus I (also called Xystus I)
St. Telesphorus
St. Hyginus
St. Pius I
St. Anicetus
St. Soter
St. Eleutherius
St. Victor I
St. Zephyrinus
St. Callistus I
St. Urban I
St. Pontain
St. Anterus
St. Fabian
St. Cornelius
St. Lucius I
St. Stephen I
St. Sixtus II
St. Dionysius
St. Felix I
St. Eutychian
St. Caius (also called Gaius)
St. Marcellinus
St. Marcellus I
St. Eusebius
St. Miltiades
St. Sylvester I
St. Marcus
St. Julius I
Liberius
St. Damasus I
St. Siricius
St. Anastasius I
St. Innocent I
St. Zosimus
St. Boniface I
St. Celestine I
St. Sixtus III
St. Leo I (the Great)
St. Hilarius
St. Simplicius
St. Felix III (II)
St. Gelasius I
Anastasius II
St. Symmachus
St. Hormisdas
St. John I
St. Felix IV (III)
Boniface II
John II
St. Agapetus I (also called Agapitus I)
St. Silverius
Vigilius
Pelagius I
John III
Benedict I
Pelagius II
St. Gregory I (the Great)
Sabinian
Boniface III
St. Boniface IV
St. Deusdedit (Adeodatus I)
Boniface V
Honorius I
Severinus
John IV
Theodore I
St. Martin I
St. Eugene I
St. Vitalian
Adeodatus (II)
Donus
St. Agatho
St. Leo II
St. Benedict II
John V
Conon
St. Sergius I
John VI
John VII
Sisinnius
Constantine
St. Gregory II
St. Gregory III
St. Zachary
Stephen II. (died before being consecrated)
Stephen III
St. Paul I
Stephen IV
Adrian I
St. Leo III
Stephen V
St. Paschal I
Eugene II
Valentine
Gregory IV
Sergius II
St. Leo IV
Benedict III
St. Nicholas I (the Great)
Adrian II
John VIII
Marinus I
St. Adrian III
Stephen VI
Formosus
Boniface VI
Stephen VII
Romanus
Theodore II
John IX
Benedict IV
Leo V
Sergius III
Anastasius III
Lando
John X
Leo VI
Stephen VIII
John XI
Leo VII
Stephen IX
Marinus II
Agapetus II
John XII
Leo VIII
Benedict V
John XIII
Benedict VI
Benedict VII
John XIV
John XV
Gregory V
Sylvester II
John XVII
John XVIII
Sergius IV
Benedict VIII
John XIX
Benedict IX
Sylvester III
Benedict IX
Gregory VI
Clement II
Benedict IX
Damasus II
St. Leo IX
Victor II
Stephen X
Nicholas II
Alexander II
St. Gregory VII
Blessed Victor III
Blessed Urban II
Paschal II
Gelasius II
Callistus II
Honorius II
Innocent II
Celestine II
Lucius II
Blessed Eugene III
Anastasius IV
Adrian IV
Alexander III
Lucius III
Urban III
Gregory VIII
Clement III
Celestine III
Innocent III
Honorius III
Gregory IX
Celestine IV
Innocent IV
Alexander IV
Urban IV
Clement IV
Blessed Gregory X
Blessed Innocent V
Adrian V
John XXI
Nicholas III
Martin IV
Honorius IV
Nicholas IV
St. Celestine V
Boniface VIII
Blessed Benedict XI
Clement V
John XXII
Benedict XII
Clement VI
Innocent VI
Blessed Urban V
Gregory XI
Urban VI
Boniface IX
Innocent VII
Gregory XII
Martin V
Eugene IV
Nicholas V
Callistus III
Pius II
Paul II
Sixtus IV
Innocent VIII
Alexander VI
Pius III
Julius II
Leo X
Adrian VI
Clement VII
Paul III
Julius III
Marcellus II
Paul IV
Pius IV
St. Pius V
Gregory XIII
Sixtus V
Urban VII
Gregory XIV
Innocent IX
Clement VIII
Leo XI
Paul V
Gregory XV
Urban VIII (-)
Innocent X (-)
Alexander VII
Clement IX
Clement X
Blessed Innocent XI
Alexander VIII - (1691-1700)
Innocent XII - (1700-1721)
Clement XI - (1721-1724)
Innocent XIII - (1724-1730)
Benedict XIII - (1730-1740)
Clement XII - (1740-1758)
Benedict XIV - (1758-1769)
Clement XIII - (1769-1774)
Clement XIV - (1775-1799)
Pius VI - (1800-1823)
Pius VII - (1823-1829)
Leo XII - (1829-1830)
Pius VIII - (1831-1846)
Gregory XVI - (1846-1878)
Ven. Pius IX - (1878-1903)
Leo XIII - (1903-1914)
St. Pius X - (1914-1922)
Benedict XV - (1922-1939)
Pius XI - (1939-1958)
Pius XII - (1958-1963)
John XXIII - (1963-1978)
Paul VI - (1978-1978)
John Paul I - (1978-1978)
John Paul II - (1978-2005)
Benedict XVI - (2005- )

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Archbishop of Canterbury (Church of England)

Archbishop of Canterbury General Details:
  • The Archbishop of Canterbury is the chief bishop and principal leader of the Church of England.
  • The other roles include the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion & the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury (see image of Canterbury Cathedral).
  • Dr Rowan Williams is the current archbishop.
Archbishop of Canterbury Brief History:
  • The line goes back to St Augustine of Canterbury in the year 597.
  • During the English Reformation the church broke away from the authority of the Pope & the Roman Catholic Church.
  • In the Middle Ages there was considerable variation regarding the nomination of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • Since the English Reformation the Church of England has been a state church with the choice of archbishop of Canterbury now being legally the decision of the British crown.
Archbishop of Canterbury Modern History:
  • In modern times the decision is made in the name of the Sovereign by the Prime Minister from a shortlist of two candidates.
  • The archbishopric candidates are selected by an ad hoc committee known as the Crown Nominations Commission.
  • The Archbishop of Canterbury's official London residence is Lambeth Palace.
Archbishops to the Norman Conquest:
Augustine - Laurentius - Mellitus - Justus - Honorius - Deusdedit - Wighard - Theodore - Berhtwald - Tatwine - Nothelm - Cuthbert - Bregowine - Jænberht - Æthelhard - Wulfred - Feologild - Ceolnoth - Æthelred - Plegmund - Athelm - Wulfhelm - Oda - Ælfsige - Byrhthelm - Dunstan - Æthelgar - Sigeric - Ælfric - Ælfheah - Lyfing - Æthelnoth - Eadsige - Robert of Jumièges - Stigand

Archbishops to the Reformation:
Lanfranc - Anselm - Ralph d'Escures - William de Corbeil - Theobald - Thomas Becket - Roger de Bailleul - Richard - Baldwin - Reginald Fitz Jocelin - Hubert Walter - Reginald - John de Gray - Stephen Langton - Walter d'Eynsham - Richard le Grant - Ralph Neville - John of Sittingbourne - John Blund - Edmund Rich - Boniface - William Chillenden - Robert Kilwardby - Robert Burnell - John Peckham - Robert Winchelsey - Thomas Cobham - Walter Reynolds - Simon Mepeham - John de Stratford - John de Ufford - Thomas Bradwardine - Simon Islip - William Edington - Simon Langham - William Whittlesey - Simon Sudbury - William Courtenay - Thomas Arundel - Roger Walden - Thomas Arundel - Henry Chichele - John Stafford - John Kemp - Thomas Bourchier - John Morton - Thomas Langton - Henry Deane - William Warham - Thomas Cranmer - Reginald Pole

Archbishops Post-Reformation:
Matthew Parker - Edmund Grindal - John Whitgift - Richard Bancroft - George Abbot - William Laud - William Juxon - Gilbert Sheldon - William Sancroft - John Tillotson - Thomas Tenison - William Wake - John Potter - Thomas Herring - Matthew Hutton - Thomas Secker - Frederick Cornwallis - John Moore - Charles Manners-Sutton - William Howley - John Bird Sumner - Charles Thomas Longley - Archibald Campbell Tait - Edward White Benson - Frederick Temple - Randall Thomas Davidson - Cosmo Lang - William Temple - Geoffrey Fisher - Michael Ramsey - Donald Coggan - Robert Runcie - George Carey - Rowan Williams

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John de Ufford (Chancellor, Archbishop of Canterbury 1348-1349) d. 1349

John de Ufford Demographic Details:
  • Name - John de Ufford (sometimes known as John de Offord or John Offord).
  • Death - 20 May or 7 June 1349.
  • Occupation - Chancellor to Edward III & elected Archbishop of Canterbury (1348-1349).
John de Ufford Ecclesiastical life:
  • Held the position of Dean of Lincoln.
  • He was sent together with Nicholas de Luna & Hugh Neville to Avignon, in 1344, as envoys to a council held by Pope Clement VI.
  • Their role was to mediate (which was not successful) during the Peace of Malestroit (Jan 1343 - Sept 1346), a relaxation of hostilities during the Hundred Years War.
  • Edward III chose de Ufford to be Archbishop of Canterbury (1348-1349) after the death of Archbishop John de Stratford.
  • He died of the Black Death (bubonic plague) before he could be consecrated in office.
  • Succeeded by Thomas Bradwardine.
John de Ufford Political Life:
  • Chancellor to Edward III.
  • Keeper of both the great seal & the privy seal.
  • The privy seal was entrusted to him in 1342 (thus elevating him to Lord Privy Seal).
  • The great seal was entrusted to him on 26 October 1345 (the duty of the Lord Chancellor).
  • John de Ufford resigned the office of Lord Privy Seal from 29 September 1344.
  • Remained Chancellor until his death.

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Penteract (Five Dimensional Hypercube)

Penteract Basic Details:
  • A penteract, in five dimensional geometry, is the name for a five dimensional hypercube.
  • This object contains 32 vertices, 80 edges, 80 square faces, 40 cubic cells, and 10 tesseract hypercells.
  • The name is derived from the four dimensional hypercube, the tesseract, with substitution of the Greek word for 5 (pente).
  • A penteract can also be called a regular deca-5-tope or decateron.

Here is an example of a rotating five dimensional cube (penteract) projected in three dimensions:




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Fourth Dimension (Mathematics, Physics)

Fourth Dimension Description:
"In physics and mathematics, a sequence of n numbers can be understood as a location in an n-dimensional space. When n = 4, the set of all such locations is called 4-dimensional Euclidean space.
Such a space differs from our more familiar three-dimensional space in that it has an additional dimension, indistinguishable from the other three. This fourth spatial dimension is a concept distinct from the time dimension in spacetime, since time is functionally very different from any of the spatial dimensions; formally, spacetime is not an Euclidean space but a Minkowski space." [Wikipedia]

Tesseract Example of Fourth Dimension:
3D Shadow of a tesseract rotating around a plane in 4D.



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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Writer, Polymath) 1749-1832

Goethe Demographics:
  • Name - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Born - 28 August 1749
  • Died - 22 March 1832
  • Death Place - died in Weimar.
  • Buried - in the Ducal Vault at Weimar's Historical Cemetery.
  • Nationality - German
  • Occupation - Writer & polymath.
  • Marriage - Married his longterm mistress Christiane Vulpius in 1806.
  • Mother - Catharina Elisabeth Textor, the daughter of the Mayor of Frankfurt Johann Wolfgang Textor.
  • Father - Johann Caspar Goethe
Goethe Basic Facts:
  • Goethe was one of the key figures of German literature.
  • Served as the Privy Councilor ("Geheimrat") of the duchy of Weimar.
  • Lifelong dislike of the church, characterizing its history as a "Mischmasch von Irrtum und Gewalt" ("hotchpotch of fallacy and violence").
  • Goethe studied law in Leipzig from 1765 to 1768.
  • In 1775, Goethe was invited to the court of Carl August, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
  • Goethe therefore went to live in Weimar, and subsequently remained there for the rest of his life.
  • Goethe has been given an estimated IQ of 210+ following research done by Cox 1926.
Goethe Achievements:
  • Goethe's works span the fields of many disciplines including poetry, drama, literature, philosophy, humanism, theology, painting, and not least science.
  • Goethe is the originator of the concept of Weltliteratur ("world literature")
  • He had a significant influence on German philosophy through his major effect on the generation of Hegel & Schelling.
  • Goethe is considered by many to be the most important writer in the German language.
  • He is also widely regarded as one of the most important thinkers in Western culture.
Goethe's Scientific Work:
  • The author of the 'Theory of Colours' (1810)
  • Influential ideas on plant & animal morphology & homology.
  • Goethe popularized the Goethe Barometer using a principle established by Toricelli (1608-1647).
Goethe's Literary Works (include):
  • Goethe's magnum opus - the two-part drama Faust.
  • Götz von Berlichingen (1773)
  • The Sorrows of Young Werther (1774)
  • Bildungsroman Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship
  • The Sorrows of Young Werther.
Quotes by Goethe:
As to what I have done as a poet,… I take no pride in it… But that in my century I am the only person who knows the truth in the difficult science of colours - of that, I say, I am not a little proud, and here I have a consciousness of a superiority to many. [Johann Eckermann, Conversations with Goethe].

…I have found no confession of faith to which I could ally myself without reservation. Now in my old age, however, I have learned of a sect, the Hypsistarians, who, hemmed in between heathens, Jews and Christians, declared that they would treasure, admire, and honour the best, the most perfect that might come to their knowledge, and in as much as it must have a close connection to the Godhead, pay it reverence. A joyous light thus beamed at me suddenly out of a dark age, for I had the feeling that all my life I had been aspiring to qualify as a Hypsistarian. That, however, is no small task, for how does one, in the limitations of one's individuality, come to know what is most excellent? [from a letter to Sulpiz Boisserée dated 22 March 1831]
Quotes About Goethe:
"Germany's greatest man of letters… and the last true polymath to walk the earth."
~ Gregory Maertz.

References:
Cox, Catharine, M. (1926). Early Mental Traits of Three Hundred Geniuses (Genetic Studies of Genius Series) (pgs. 155, 163). Stanford Univ Press.


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Delayed Completion of Growth

Basic Facts:
  • Where there is a delay in reaching full height.
  • Final height is achieved later than expected for normal puberty.
  • Sometimes referred to as 'late bloomer' with respect to puberty.
Famous Examples:

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Late Bloomer (Cognitive Psychology)

Late Bloomer General Details:
  • The term 'late bloomer' is used metaphorically to describe a child or adolescent who develops more slowly than others in their age group, but eventually catches up.
  • In some cases the individual overtakes their peers.
  • When used in the context of an adult, it refers to a talent or genius (in a particular field) which only appears later in life than normal.
  • May be associated with deep thinking - with a tendency to making better decisions with fewer mistakes.
  • Psychological style of 'Experimental Innovator' - people who go through “a lifetime of trial & error & thus do their important work much later in their careers.”
Types Of Late Bloomers:
  • Career Late Bloomer
  • Educational Late Bloomer
  • Social Late Bloomer
Examples Of Late Blooming Individuals:
  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • André Kertész
  • Auguste Rodin
  • Charles Darwin
  • Grandma Moses
  • Mark Twain
  • Sir Alexander Fleming

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Charlotte Church (Welsh Singer) b. 1986

Charlotte Church Demographics:
  • Name - Charlotte Church (born Charlotte Maria Reed)
  • Birth - 21 February 1986
  • Birthplace - Llandaff, district of Cardiff, Wales.
  • Mother - Maria
  • Father (Adopted) - James Church (1998)
  • Father (Biological) - Stephen Reed
  • Occupation - Singer-songwriter, actress & television presenter.
  • Nationality - Welsh (British).
  • Partner - Gavin Henson (Welsh rugby player)
  • Children - Ruby Megan Henson & Dexter Lloyd Henson.
Charlotte Church Basic Facts:
  • Came to fame during childhood as a classical crossover singer.
  • Her first break came at 11 years of age (1997) when she sang "Pie Jesu" over the telephone on the television show "This Morning".
  • Subsequently performed on ITV's Big, Big Talent Show in 1997.
  • Charlotte received a vocal scholarship to Howell's School Llandaff in Cardiff, starting in 1998.
  • Church linked up with Jonathan Shalit as her manager and negotiated a contract with Sony BMG in 1998.
  • Her first album, Voice of an Angel sold millions worldwide and made her the youngest artist with a No. 1 album on the British classical crossover charts.
  • In 2005 Charlotte moved over to pop music.
  • Some estimates give Charlotte Church's net worth as ~ £20m.
  • Image (right) shows Charlotte Church Live in Virgin, London, England - July 13th 2005 [image by law_keven].

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Ring Around the Rosie (Nursery Rhyme)

Ring Around the Rosie Basic Facts:
  • "Ring Around the Rosie" is simple a nursery rhyme of indefinite origin and with no specific meaning.
  • It is believed that someone much later invented the "explanation" that it may be a description about the plague.
Black Death or Great Plague as origin of the "Ring Around the Rosie" Rhyme:
  • Folklore scholars regard the bubonic plague theory as baseless.
  • The plague explanation has only been produced in recent times.
  • The symptoms in the rhyme do not specifically fit the Great Plague or Black Death.
  • In view of the large number of versions (forms) of the rhyme it is very unlikely that the modern form is similar to the ancient form.
  • The mention of 'fall' is not a literal falling down, but a bending movement, which was common in other dramatic singing games & rhymes.
Versions of the Nursery Rhyme include:
Ring a ring a rosie,
A bottle full of posie,
All the girls in our town,
Ring for little Josie.

Round the ring of roses,
Pots full of posies,
The one stoops the last
Shall tell whom she loves the best.

Ring-a-ring o' roses,
A pocket full of posies,
One for Jack, and one for Jim,
And one for little Moses.
A-tischa! A-tischa! A-tischa!

Ring, a ring o' roses,
A pocket full o' posies,
Up-stairs and down-stairs,
In my lady's chamber —
Husher! Husher! Cuckoo!

Ring-a-ring-a-roses,
A pocket full of posies;
Hush! hush! hush! hush!
We’re all tumbled down.

A ring, a ring o' roses,
A pocket full o’posies-
Atch chew! atch chew!

Ring a-ring o' roses,
A pocketful of posies.
a-tissue!, a-tissue!.
We all fall down.

Ring around the rosey,
A pocketful of posies.
ashes, ashes.
We all fall down!.

Ring a ring a rosey
A pocketful of posies
a tissue, a tissue.
We all fall down.

Ring-a Ring-a roses,
Pocket full of poses.
Husha, Busha.
We all fall down.

Ring around the rosey,
Pocket full of posies.
Upstairs, downstairs.
We all fall down.

Picking up the roses,
picking up the roses,
Atishoo!, Atishoo!
We all jump up.

Picking up the daises,
picking up the daises,
Atishoo!, Atishoo!
We all jump up.

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Famous or Memorable Comets (Astronomy)

The following are a list of famous / memorable comets:

Comet Arend-Roland (C/1956 R1) 1957
Comet Bennett (C/1969 Y1) 1970
Comet Biela
Comet Bradfield (C/2004 F4) 2004
Comet Encke
Comet Faye
Comet Hale-Bopp (C/1995 O1) 1997
Comet Halley
Comet Holmes (17P/Holmes)
Comet Hyakutake (C/1996 B2) 1996
Comet Ikeya-Seki (C/1965 S1) 1965
Comet Ikeya-Zhang 2002
Comet Kohoutek
Comet Kudo-Fujikawa (C/2002 X5) 2004
Comet McNaught (C/2006 P1) 2007
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 (D/1993 F2) 1994
Comet Swift-Tuttle (109P) 1992
Comet Tabur (C/1996 Q1) 1996
Comet West (C/1975 V1) 1976
Comet Wild 2/Comet 81P
Great Comet of 1811 (C/1811 F1)
Great March Comet of 1843 (C/1843 D1)
Great Comet of 1861 (C/1861 J1)
Great September Comet (C/1882 R1) 1882

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