Upcoming Article ‘The Atlantid Race: Who the Original Brits Were and the Making of the Modern British Peoples’

Publishing on Monday. Here are some sneak peak excerpts from the upcoming article: Today, over 90% of Brits are descended from the Bell Beaker peoples through their paternal lineage, but the indigenous peoples of the British Isles are largely survived through the maternal lineage of modern Brits, with approximately 15% WHG and no less thanContinue reading “Upcoming Article ‘The Atlantid Race: Who the Original Brits Were and the Making of the Modern British Peoples’”

Hamile Kalamıyorsanız Sebebi Bu Olabilir — RayHaber | RaillyNews

İnfertilite yani kısırlık 1 yıllık düzenli ve korunmasız ilişkiye rağmen çocuk sahibi olamama durumu olarak tanımlanmaktadır. İnfertilitenin sebepleri araştırıldığında kadına ve erkeğe bağlı sebeplerinin varlığı hemen hemen aynı orana sahip oldukları görülmektedir, yani %50 kadına %50 erkeğe bağlı sebeplerden dolayı çiftlerin çocuk sahibi olamadıkları anlaşılmaktadır. “Kadına bağlı infertilitenin sebepleri arasında en sık karşılaşılan faktör tüplerde… HamileContinue reading “Hamile Kalamıyorsanız Sebebi Bu Olabilir — RayHaber | RaillyNews”

The MOTHER of ALL Chickpea Stews | Spanish Chickpea & Spinach Stew — Spain on a Fork

This Spanish Chickpea & Spinach Stew, known in Spain as Potaje de Garbanzos y Espinacas a la Andaluza, is one of the greatest chickpea stews I have ever tasted. It´s packed with flavors, easy to make and done in just 30 minutes. This stew is typically served as a main course for la comida in… TheContinue reading “The MOTHER of ALL Chickpea Stews | Spanish Chickpea & Spinach Stew — Spain on a Fork”

Greece’s Minoans were indigenous Europeans, DNA finds

DNA reveals the origin of Greece’s ancient Minoan culture. Europe’s first advanced civilization was local in origin and not imported from elsewhere, the study in 2013 said. Analysis of DNA from ancient remains on the Greek island of Crete suggests the Minoans were indigenous Europeans, shedding new light on a debate over the provenance of this ancientContinue reading “Greece’s Minoans were indigenous Europeans, DNA finds”

Divided by DNA: The uneasy relationship between archaeology and ancient genomics

Two fields in the midst of a technological revolution are struggling to reconcile their views of the past. Thirty kilometres north of Stonehenge, through the rolling countryside of southwest England, stands a less-famous window into Neolithic Britain. Established around 3600 BC by early farming communities, the West Kennet long barrow is an earthen mound with five chambers,Continue reading “Divided by DNA: The uneasy relationship between archaeology and ancient genomics”

Kürtçe ikinci resmi dil olsun (imza kampanyaya link attım)

Yakın tarihe kadar ‘yasaklı diller’ listesinde yer alan Kürtçe, son 10 yıldır sanat, edebiyat ve kültürde yaygın olarak kullanılmaya başlandı. Kürtçe’nin gelişmesi için çalışma yürüten kurumlar, dilin kaybolmaması için Anayasal güvence istedi. Kürdistan Ulusal Kongresi’nin (KNK) Kürtçe’ye geliştirme ve yaygınlaştırma amacıyla Kürt Dil Bayramı ilan ettiği 14 Mayıs’ta Kürtçe’ye ilişkin yasaklar sürüyor. Türkiye’de, 20 milyonContinue reading “Kürtçe ikinci resmi dil olsun (imza kampanyaya link attım)”

Smoking, Alcohol and Vaccines Cause Autism and other Disabilities in Unborn Children

Illnesses such as Autism are caused by genetic mutations passed on from parents and expressed in the sufferer. If these genes are not expressed in the possessor, they may simply be passed on through the bloodline until they are expressed further down the generations. Many factors, such as the parents’ age1, contribute to gene mutations,Continue reading “Smoking, Alcohol and Vaccines Cause Autism and other Disabilities in Unborn Children”

Oldest archeological evidence of clothes making found in Moroccan cave

A new study is presenting archeological evidence of the oldest known bone tools used for making clothes. The tools, found in a cave in Morocco, suggest humans were skinning animals for fur to wear as clothes up to 120,000 years ago. Studying the history of human clothing is tricky business. Most of the materials ourContinue reading “Oldest archeological evidence of clothes making found in Moroccan cave”

Ancient Camel Sculptures Are Older Than the Pyramids and Stonehenge, Scientists Discover

The eroded camel reliefs in Saudi Arabia date from the Neolithic period A team of archaeologists has determined that a set of camels carved into three rock spurs in  Northern Saudi Arabia are between 7,000 and 8,000 years old, making them older than the Pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge.   Initially, experts believed that the camelContinue reading “Ancient Camel Sculptures Are Older Than the Pyramids and Stonehenge, Scientists Discover”

Polished, 5,500-Year-Old Stone Balls Found in Neolithic Scottish Tomb

The rare artifacts were probably used as both weapons and symbols of power Archaeologists excavating a tomb at one of Scotland’s oldest known monuments have discovered two polished, 5,500-year-old stone balls, reports Alison Campsie for the Scotsman. The team made the find at Tresness, a chambered cairn on the Orkney island of Sanday that dates to around 3500 B.C.E. “A cracking find fromContinue reading “Polished, 5,500-Year-Old Stone Balls Found in Neolithic Scottish Tomb”

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