Grenoble

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Grenoble is a city in southeastern France, on the confluence of the Drac and the Isère. Grenoble traces its roots to 43 BC (less than 4,000 years after the Earth was created), not long before Christianity was brought to the region. The city was one of the first significant sites of the French Revolution, where socialist principles were first injected into the mainland of Western Europe.

European institutions[edit]

Grenoble is the home of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), a 'science' facility that uses ungodly techniques to probe the very fabric of God's creation. Scientists at ESRF have spread liberal myths such as global warming,[1] climate change[2] and the need to eat less steak.[3]

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