Enlil, Enki, Inanna, Adad, Ninurta, Utu and Nannar taught the Sumerians “every ‘First’ of what we deem essential to advanced civilization: wheeled transportation, brick that made possible high-rise buildings; furnaces and kilns essential to baking and metallurgy, cities and urban societies, kingship, temples, priesthoods, festivals, beer, culinary recipes, art, music, musical instruments, musical notes, dance, writing and record keeping, medicines, textiles, multicolored apparel, a mathematical system, sexagesimal, that initiated the circle of 3690, timekeeping that divided day/night into 12 double hours, a luni-solar calendar of 12 months intercalated with a thirteenth leap month, geometry, measurement units of distance, weight and capacity, an advanced astronomy with planetary, star, constellation and zodiacal knowledge, law codes and courts of law, irrigation systems, transportation networks and customs stations, even taxes.” [ZS, Giants: 58, 70]
This documetary is good in certain ways and bad in others. Its good in that in a way it kinda paints a romantic image of the universe and existance. Its says you know what, you may not be religious nor you may not be so called pro-traditional science establishment. So we shall offer you an alternative where we will mix both elements and create this new thing, its kinda retro, its kinda youthful its amazing isnt it??
This is meant to appeal to people who havent yet been satisfied by just traditional religion or traditional classical science - you know those who are abit dissilussioned.. And do you know why they might be dissillusioned, its because its a new world, its vibrant its colourful the youth of today dont care much about tradition they dnt really care much about substance, its all about style over substance so what we shall do is make this lovely documentary where we will use religious and scientific ideas mix them up in such a beautiful almost artist way and present it and i tell you what, you just watch them bite!!
Improved artillery was seen as the quickest solution to anti-tank defense, and one of the earliest post-war anti-tank gun designs was the 25 mm Hotchkiss model from France. It was intended to replace an Atelier de Puteaux 37 mm weapon designed in 1916 to destroy machine gun positions. Rheinmetall commenced design of a 37 mm anti-tank gun in 1924 and the first guns were produced in 1928 as cm Pak L/45,  later adopted in Wehrmacht service as cm Pak 36 . It made an appearance during the Spanish Civil War , as did the Bofors 37 mm developed in Sweden, and used by many early Second World War combatants. The British Army accepted for service the (40 mm) Ordnance QF 2 pounder , which was developed as a tank gun . The Soviet Red Army after the Russian Civil War also begun a search for an anti-tank gun with a French Hotchkiss 37 mm tank gun, but soon upgraded this to a higher velocity Model 1935 while also making a licensed copy of the German cm PaK 36 . However, the Red Army was almost immediately taught a lesson about anti-tank warfare when a tank battalion sent to aid the Spanish Republicans in the Spanish Civil War was almost entirely destroyed in an engagement .