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  1. Just HAVE to share with you folks some of the entertaining and informative works of the Commander as he is called- a man of archaic books and knowledge- enjoy Chanites!
  2. The Oldest Human Genome Has Been Sequenced & It Could Rewrite Our History March 21, 2016 Katharine J. Tobat "Scientists have discovered remains of the oldest human DNA sequence ever recorded, taken from a cave in Northern Spain known as Sima De Los Huesos, or the pit of bones. This discovery is helping to reconstruct the evolutionary sequence of human species. The teeth and thigh bones remnants had been fossilized rather than frozen, making DNA extraction comparatively difficult. Examination of the bones revealed they were 430,000 years old — 100,000 years older than the previous oldest human skull on record, and 200,000 years older than modern humans. © Kennis & Kennis/Madrid Scientific Films To find out more, a team led by Matthias Meyer at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, pieced together parts of the hominin’s nuclear DNA from samples taken from a tooth and a thigh bone, New Scientist reported. Paleoanthropologist Chris Stringer from the Natural History Museum in London, who wasn’t involved in the research, told Nature Magazine: “It’s fascinating and keeps us all on our toes trying to make sense of it all. Instead of just being stuck with trying to resolve the last 100,000 years, we can really start to put some dates from DNA further down the human tree.” As the fossils were found in Northern Spain, scientists expected the specimen to be Neanderthal. They were accordingly quite surprised to see it more closely related to Denisovans, a sister family to Neanderthals." snip https://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/03/21/the-oldest-human-dna-has-been-discovered/
  3. Study sheds new light on origins of Arctic inhabitants April 29,2015 Dene Moore People walk along a path in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Tuesday, December 9, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick "The Arctic was the last region on earth to be colonized by humans and many of its mysteries endure. Now a new study sheds some light on the human history of the land, thanks to modern DNA technology. “We’re trying to learn more about the origins and the ancestral ties between human populations that migrated into Canada and Greenland several thousand years ago, with populations further west in Alaska,” says Geoffrey Hayes, a geneticist at Northwestern University in Illinois and one of the authors of the study. Archeologists have long held that the North Slope of Alaska was the most likely place that those first inhabitants entered the Arctic some 4,500 years ago. The DNA study by Hayes and his colleagues bolsters the case. It’s is the first evidence that genetically ties Iñupiat and Inuit populations throughout Alaska, Canada and Greenland back to the North Slope. The study, published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, found a genetic link to both the Paleo- and Neo-Eskimos that inhabited the land before European contact with today’s Inupiat population of the North Slope. Nowhere else did they find the DNA remnants of those first settlers, including the Dorset people that once lived in the Canadian Arctic." snip https://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/the-arctic-was-the-last-region-on-earth-to-be-165234394.html
  4. Did an asteroid really, really kill the dinosaurs? Michael Champion December 13, 2014 "Up until 1980, one of the prevailing theories about the causes of the mass-extinction event that saw the dinosaurs wiped out 65million years ago was massive volcanic eruptions. But then iridium, an incredibly rare element usually not originating from Earth, was found in Italy and by the early 1990s a prehistoric impact crater - around 66million years old - was located underneath the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Case closed; a massive asteroid hit Earth, blocked out the Sun and dinosaurs were among 75 per cent of the planet’s species to die, and that has been by far the prevailing theory since then." "However, a new study, published in Science, claims that the pre-1980 theory might have actually had something to it. Scientists at MIT in the US have re-examined the evidence contained at the Deccan Traps, an area of west-central India that holds a record of one of the largest-ever volcanic eruptions on Earth." snip http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/did-an-asteroid-really-really-kill-the-dinosaurs--lyJbJnR7tg
  5. Panther originally posted this clip, a week or so ago (I forgot where I'd seen it when I reposted it here- have submitted humble apols to Panther who has graciously forgiven me ... Anyone know anything about this? One source is YellowRoseForTexas (YouTube) Don't know where she get's her shots from.. It's been removed from the net but is back up, since March 2014 (don't know for how long)... The Lie NASA Told: The Imminent Demise of the NWO: (1 hr and 2 mins includes some history) Unedited version: (52 mins), Star Wars Unedited: