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DNA drip-feeds truth about our origins

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warrior archetype

According to a new paper recently published ‘The modern European gene pool was formed when three ancient populations mixed within the last 7,000 years, Nature journal reports.’

Although hinting at a hybrid-origin, the following article is essentially a mix of speculation, biased data analysis and wishful thinking, along with a healthy dose of contradiction in order to cover up the BS.

new map of old europe

So where did fair pigmentation in present-day Europeans come from? The farmer seems to be on her way there, carrying a gene variant for light skin that’s still around today.

“There’s an evolutionary argument about this – that light skin in Europe is biologically advantageous for people who farm, because you need to make vitamin D,” said David Reich.’

‘”It really does look like the indigenous West European hunter gatherers had this striking combination of dark skin and blue eyes that doesn’t exist any more,” Prof Reich told BBC News.’

Although we do not have the credentials to write a paper on it, the idea of blue-eyed people being both dark skinned and dark haired seems like a contradiction to the genetic data, which, for the last half a century has concluded that blue eyes, blonde hair and fair skin are all recessive alleles, that is, they are not dominant when mixed with dark hair, dark skin and brown eyes. For the recessive traits to be positively selected suggests the selection occurred over tens of thousands of years, and not just thousands. And where were these farmers farming? In the North Pole? At night? Because if the sun was anything like it is now, a farmer with pale skin would burn in the sun, dark skin being much more preferable to farming than the pale skin of modern Europeans. Besides, pale skin also has the ability to take on a tan, which suggests its origin may lay in a somewhat milder climate than Africa – or the Middle-East – can ever offer. For if the climate was similar all year round then pale skin would have been selected out, and all Europeans would be dark. So the origin of pale skin cant be Africa, and its probably not even Europe, it must be somewhere where the sun is not strong all year round, but is strong enough at some times of the year for a tan to be evolutionarily selected.

Yet another example of the apologist ‘Out of Africa’ theory being pushed by the cultural Marxists and their anthropological propagandists waging a secret war on all of our ancestors.

The 5ociety will continue to monitor the purposeful destruction of humanity.

For an alternative theory on the origin of white skin see our piece on Neoteny. There are other traits that arrived with modern humans which are more prominent or developed in Caucasians, which also hint at the enigmatic origin of this controversial skin-tone, please see this piece for more information Early Humans kept their chin up.

 

taken from –

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-29213892

http://evoandproud.blogspot.co.uk/2010/04/puzzle-of-european-hair-and-eye-color.html

The dance of the Kingfish

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Kingfish circling in the Mtentu river

Kingfish circling in the Mtentu river

In the 4th installment of David Attenborough’s masterful ‘Africa’ series he documented the transformation of the Kingfish from aggressive warrior-hunters to pilgrims as they gracefully enter the fresh-waters of the Mtentu river led by their patriarch – the ‘King of Kingfish’. For all we know they have been doing it for millions of years.

It’s as though the river is an aquatic cursus, a ceremonial pilgrimage route.

Attenborough narrates:

‘In response to an unknown cue they stop and begin to circle’.
‘in truth the purpose of this strange behaviour is still unknown.’
‘they don’t breed or spawn, neither do they hunt. So what are they doing?’

In answer to Sir David’s question – why then, do the kingfish pilgrimage up the Mtentu river and form a whirlpool vortex?    For the simple reason of expressing the joy of life by resonating with the whirlpool vortex whose dimensions are based on phi.  Maybe there is an energy vortex too at this point in the river. Our intrepid explorers are currently scoping this part of the river using sophisticated geographical software and ancient maps of the energy grid from antiquity to ascertain the activity in the area and will report back in due course with their findings.

Later on in the programme he mentions that neither do they know why a springbok jumps in the air. It came to our attention recently that scientists don’t know how cats purr. We know surprisingly a lot yet surprisingly little about nature.

Why do the kingfish form a whirlpool? why does the springbok jump? why does the dolphin ride the waves? why does the song-bird sing in the morning? You may as well ask why do the national ballet perform? why do singers sing? why do artists paint? why do surfers ride waves?

The material reductionist Dawkinsian viewpoint will probably never know what the poet has always known.

You can catch the full programme on IPlayer for the time being at least if you are in the UK or using a UK proxy here. (@ approx. 20.30)

Giant trevally

Giant trevally

The giant trevally (Kingfish) has been used by humans since prehistoric times, with the oldest known records of the capture of this species by Hawaiians, whose culture held the fish in high regard. The ulua, as the fish is known to Hawaiians, was likened to a fine man and strongwarrior, which was the cause of a ban on women eating the species in antiquity.[49] The species was often used in Hawaiian religious rites, and took place of a human sacrifice when none was available. Culturally, the fish was seen as a god, and treated as gamefish which commoners could not hunt. There are many mentions of ulua in Hawaiian proverbs, all generally relating to the strength and warrior-like qualities of the fish – Source

The Square Kilometre Array

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Square Kilometre Array

Square Kilometre Array layout

The Square Kilometre Array will be the world’s largest telescope with thousands of dishes in Australia and South Africa connected by fibre optic cables that will require capacity greater than the total internet traffic of the world.

The antennas will be arranged in five spiral arms extending to distances of at least 3 000 km from the centre of the array.

The spiral layout has been chosen as this gives many different distances (baselines) and angles between antennas resulting in very high resolution imaging capability. The perfect layout would be a random arrangement that maximises the number of different baselines and angles between antennas. However the practicalities of construction, as well as linking the antennas together with cables, mean that the spiral configuration is the best trade off between image resolution and cost.

It will be able to survey the sky 10000 times faster than before.

The project is due to commence in 2016 for completion in 2024

SKA

SKA radio telescopes

http://www.skatelescope.org/the-location/layout/

Kasteel de Goede Hoop

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Kasteel de Goede Hoop

Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.

http://www.castleofgoodhope.co.za

Egyptian precision

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Chris Dunn in the Serapeum of the Great Pyramid

Chris Dunn has this to say about the incredibly flat granite surfaces of the Serapeum, the’boxes’ within the Great Pyramid –

‘The flat surfaces of the inside of the boxes exhibited a high degree of accuracy that is comparable to surfaces found on surface plates in modern manufacturing facilities.

Finding such precision from any epoch in human history leads one to conclude that a sophisticated system of precise measure must have been in existence. This is an area of intense interest to engineers—such as myself—who find in Egypt a language with which we are familiar. This is the language of science, engineering, and manufacturing. Our counterparts in that ancient land left future generations of scientists, engineers, architects, and those who take their instructions and shape materials to their specifications, with a difficult challenge. This challenge is to recognize what they created and provide evidence-based, reasonable answers that give the ancient engineers credit for what they achieved. ‘

taken from –

http://www.gizapower.com/LoTeAnArticle.htm

Fractals, Complexity, and Connectivity in Africa

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Fractals, Complexity, and  Connectivity in Africa

http://homepages.rpi.edu/~eglash/eglash.dir/afractal/Eglash_Odumosu.pdf

Morotopithecus bishopi

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Aaron G. Filler on Morotopithecus bishopi:

‘In most vertebrates (including most mammals), he explains, the dividing plane between the front (ventral) part of the body and the back (dorsal) part is a “horizontal septum” that runs in front of the spinal canal. This is a fundamental aspect of animal architecture. A bizarre birth defect in what may have been the first direct human ancestor led to the “transposition” of the septum to a position behind the spinal cord in the lumbar region. Oddly enough, this configuration is more typical of invertebrates.

The mechanical effect of the transposition was to make horizontal or quadrupedal stance inefficient. “Any mammal with this set of changes would only be comfortable standing upright. I would envision this malformed young hominiform – the first true ancestral human – as standing upright from a young age while its siblings walked around on all fours.”

The earliest example of the transformed hominiform type of lumbar spine is found in Morotopithecus bishopi an extinct hominoid species that lived in Uganda more than 21 million years ago. “From a number of points of view,” Filler says, “humanity can be redefined as having its origin with Morotopithecus. This greatly demotes the importance of the bipedalism of Australopithecus species such as Lucy (Australopithecus afarensis) since we now know of four upright bipedal species that precede her, found from various time periods on out to Morotopithecus in the Early Miocene.”

taken from –

http://www.sciencecodex.com/new_findings_solve_human_origins_mystery

Flooding of the Nile

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Flooding of the Nile

The Aswan Dam marked the end of an era in Egypt’s history. The Nile would now produce electricity for the digital age rather than provide fertility to the land. In the same year (1970) scientists photographed Sirius B for the first time.

http://marktanner.com/niletrip/importance-of-nile-river-floods.html

The Nile Decoded

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The Nile Decoded

http://www.goroadachi.com/timerivers/niledecoded-p1.htm

The Annunaki and the Myth of a 12th Planet

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The Annunaki and the Myth of a 12th Planet

http://www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/2006/01jan/annunaki.html

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