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A theory suggests that a

A theory suggests that a guy named Arthur Dudley was Elizabeth and Robert's secret son. Elizabeth was bed-ridden with an illness in 1561, during which time she supposedly had baby Arthur// In 1587, the year before the Spanish Armada, Phillip II produced a guy claiming to be Arthur Dudley. He said he was raised by a close friend of Elizabeth's governess named Robert Southern, to whom she gave her secret love child, and was educated properly. Southern supposedly confessed Arthur's true parentage to him on his deathbed/ Despite the numerous theories about Elizabeth having scandalous affairs and illegitimate children, no evidence about a Virgin Queen lover or child has yet emerged/ QOTD: If the show would have a different title, what would it be? -shay\ - - - - #reign #reigncw #cwreign #cw #riverdale #france #theoriginals #actor #king #kinghenry #henry #history #bastard #marystuart #maryqueenofscotland #mary #adelaidekane #addykane #adelaide #facts #fun #learning #16thcentury #thetudors #elizabeth #queenofengland #england #elizabethfirst #rachaelskarsten

On this day 19th August 1

On this day 19th August 1596 Elizabeth Stuart was born. Elizabeth Stuart (1596 - 1662) was the charismatic daughter of King James VI of Scotland (later James I of England) and Anna of Denmark. Elizabeth was born at Falkland Palace, Fife, on 19 August 1596 at 2 o'clock in the morning. At the time of her birth, her father was King of Scots only (James was the son of Mary Stuart Queen of Scots). Named in honour of Queen Elizabeth I of England. She married the Calvinist Frederick V, Elector Palatine, at age 16, and lived happily in Heidelberg, Germany, for six years before being crowned Queen of Bohemia at 23 and moving to Prague. Although she was deposed by Catholic forces after barely a year in power and experiencing only one winter in Prague hence the soubriquet Winter Queen she never relinquished the title, establishing a court in exile in The Hague, Holland. From here, the outlawed couple fought frantic military and diplomatic campaigns to regain the Palatinate, their lands in Germany which had been overtaken by the Spanish. Although she lived out most of her life in exile, only returning to England in May 1661, her grandson would later ascend the British throne as George I. I really like Elizabeth Stuart, not only because she lived after her marriage for six years in Germany or because she is the grandchild of Mary Queen of Scots (one of my favorite queens). I think I like her so much because she is my birthday twin, we have on the same day birthday and that really means alot for me. #reign #reigncw #cwreign #marystuart #reignseason1 #elizabethstuart #jamesvi #adelaidekane #addykane #adelaide #reigndeserveseverything #queenmaryofscots #elizabethi #elizabethtudor #england #maryofscots

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reign 113 / 416 | the consummation / all it cost her one of the most beautiful parallels ever am i the only one really disliking simon in shadowhunters? i find him so annoying and boring ic. @argentstuart q | favorite color? (so creative wow) a | blue tags; #reign #queenmary #maryqueenofscots #marystuart #adelaidekane #mash #frary #marnley #mideon #bothary #kingfrancis #francisvalois #tobyregbo #tobelaide #elizabethtudor #queenelizabeth #rachelskarsten #queencatherine #catherinedemedici #meganfollows #cleith #claudevalois #leithbayard

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The Milgram Shock Experiment raised questions about the research ethics of scientific experimentation because of the extreme emotional stress and inflicted insight suffered by the participants. In Milgram's defense, 84 percent of former participants surveyed later said they were "glad" or "very glad" to have participated; 15 percent chose neutral responses (92% of all former participants responding). Many later wrote expressing thanks. Milgram repeatedly received offers of assistance and requests to join his staff from former participants. Six years later (at the height of the Vietnam War), one of the participants in the experiment sent correspondence to Milgram, explaining why he was glad to have participated despite the stress: While I was a subject in 1964, though I believed that I was hurting someone, I was totally unaware of why I was doing so. Few people ever realize when they are acting according to their own beliefs and when they are meekly submitting to authority ... To permit myself to be drafted with the understanding that I am submitting to authority's demand to do something very wrong would make me frightened of myself ... I am fully prepared to go to jail if I am not granted Conscientious Objector status. Indeed, it is the only course I could take to be faithful to what I believe. My only hope is that members of my board act equally according to their conscience ... Milgram argued (in Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View) that the ethical criticism provoked by his experiments was because his findings were disturbing and revealed unwelcome truths about human nature. Others have argued that the ethical debate has diverted attention from more serious problems with the experiment's methodology. Australian psychologist Gina Perry found an unpublished paper in Milgram's archives that shows Milgram's own concern with how believable the experimental set-up was to subjects involved. Milgram asked his assistant to compile a breakdown of the number of participants who had seen through the experiments. This unpublished analysis indicated that many subjects suspected that the experiment was a hoax, a finding that casts doubt on the veracity of his results. In the journal Jewish Currents, Joseph Dimow, a participant in the 1961 experiment at Yale University, wrote about his early withdrawal as a "teacher", suspicious "that the whole experiment was designed to see if ordinary Americans would obey immoral orders, as many Germans had done during the Nazi period." Perry also conducted interviews with subjects that cast doubt over Milgram's claims that he conducted a thorough debriefing to assure subjects they did not cause harm to the actors. She reported that three quarters of the former subjects she interviewed thought they had actually shocked the actor, and that the official debriefing specifications were only at the minimum level required at the time and so did not involve "telling subjects the true purpose of the experiment or interviewing them for their reactions."