This story was actually featured in the book "Ghosts of Grand Rapids." A little girl was killed suddenly while waiting for a school bus by a speeding car. The day of her funeral she started knocking on doors of the house she was born in.1 month later as her clothes were to be removed the doors in the home flew open with no reason.1 I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.
Some people have reported stopping to try to communicate with her, but she always disappears or runs into the woods where she cannot be followed (due to the thick brambles that inhabit the area).
There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than there is now, Nor any more heaven or hell than there is now.
Urge and urge and urge, Always the procreant urge of the world.
The world in space -- The world in time -- The beginnings of life -- The age of fishes -- The age of the coal swamps -- The age of reptiles -- The first birds and the first mammals -- The age of mammals -- Monkeys, apes and sub-men -- The Neanderthaler and the Rhodesian Man -- The first true men -- Primitive thought -- The beginnings of cultivation -- Primitive Neolithic civilizations -- Sumeria, early Egypt and writing -- Primitive nomadic peoples -- The first sea-going peoples -- Egypt, Babylon and Assyria -- The primitive Aryans -- The last Babylonian Empire and the Empire of Darius I -- The early history of the Jews -- Priests and prophets in Judea -- The Greeks -- The wars of the Greeks and Persians -- The splendour of Greece -- The empire of Alexander the Great -- The Museum and Library at Alexandria -- The life of Gautama Buddha -- King Asoka -- Confucius and Lao Tse -- Rome comes into history -- Rome and Carthage -- The growth of the Roman Empire -- Between Rome and China -- The common man's life under the early Roman Empire -- Religious developments under the Roman Empire -- The teaching of Jesus -- The development of doctrinal Christianity -- The barbarians break the Empire into East and West -- The Huns and the end of the Western Empire -- The Byzantine and Sassanid Empires -- The dynasties of Suy and Tang in China -- Muhammad and Islam -- The great days of the Arabs -- The development of Latin Christendom -- The Crusades and the age of papal dominion -- Recalcitrant princes and the Great Schism -- The Mongol conquests -- The intellectual revival of the Europeans -- The reformation of the Latin Church -- The Emperor Charles V -- The age of political experiments; of grand monarchy and parliaments and republicanism in Europe -- The new empires of the Europeans in Asia and overseas -- The American War of Independence -- The French Revolution and the restoration of monarchy in France -- The uneasy peace in Europe that followed the fall of Napoleon -- The development of material knowledge -- The industrial revolution -- The development of modern political and social ideas -- The expansion of the United States -- The rise of Germany to predominance in Europe -- The new overseas empires of steamship and railway -- European aggression in Asia, and the rise of Japan -- The British Empire in 1914 -- The age of armament in Europe, and the Great War of 1914-18 -- The revolution and famine in Russia -- The political and social reconstruction of the world -- Chronological table.
La República Popular China (en chino simplificado: 中华人民共和国 y en pinyin: Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó), o simplemente China (en chino simplificado: 中国 y en pinyin: Zhōngguó), es un Estado soberano situado en Asia Oriental.
Después de la derrota del Imperio del Japón en la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la retirada de sus tropas de China, el partido comunista se impuso en la Guerra Civil y proclamó la República Popular China en Pekín el 1 de octubre de 1949.