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  • Who Will Succeed Trump in 2024?

    03/10/2020 1:25:31 PM PDT · by ManHunter · 179 replies
    The Political Insider ^ | 10 MAR 20200 | Wayne Dupree
    If you haven’t noticed by now, the Democrats are focused upon surviving the Trump Presidency. If they can maintain control of the Deep State kakistocracy and keep its leaders out of jail, they believe they will have won. Even if President Trump wins a second term, which will mean they do not have as many dead voters as live Republicans, and that is not likely, there is no successor to Trump. I worry about this with reckless abandon.
  • Four ancient skulls unearthed in Mexico suggest that North America was a melting pot ….

    01/29/2020 5:29:32 PM PST · by blueplum · 44 replies
    The Daily Mail UK ^ | 29 Jan 2020 | Jonathan Chadwick
    Full title: Four ancient skulls unearthed in Mexico suggest that North America was a melting pot of different peoples and cultures 10,000 years ago The first humans to settle in North America were more diverse than previously believed, according to a new study of skeletal fragments. US scientists analysed four skulls recovered from caves in Mexico that belonged to humans that lived sometime between 9,000 to 13,000 years ago. The researchers were surprised to find a high level of diversity, with the skulls ranging in similarity to that of Europeans, Asian and ...
  • 2019 Bridge Inventory: States struggle to keep up with deteriorating bridges

    11/16/2019 6:49:01 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 24 replies
    Equipment World's Better Roads ^ | November 11, 2019 | Don McLoud
    With few exceptions, states are losing the battle with aging bridges in need of repair or replacement. Even states with low percentages of bridges rated poor are finding it difficult to keep up with bridge and road systems that in many cases are 50 years old or older. Utah, which ranks fourth for the lowest percentage of poor bridges, programs a bridge for repair or replacement in the year after it drops to a poor rating, completing the project within four or five years. The Utah Department of Transportation notes, though, that the number of bridges falling from good to...
  • Humans migrated from Europe to the Levant 40,000 years ago

    11/10/2019 5:43:46 AM PST · by Openurmind · 54 replies
    Science Daily ^ | November 5, 2019 | Tel Aviv University
    Who exactly were the Aurignacians, who lived in the Levant 40,000 years ago? Researchers from Tel Aviv University, the Israel Antiquities Authority, and Ben-Gurion University now report that these culturally sophisticated yet mysterious humans migrated from Europe to the Levant some 40,000 years ago, shedding light on a significant era in the region's history. The Aurignacian culture first appeared in Europe some 43,000 years ago and is known for having produced bone tools, artifacts, jewelry, musical instruments, and cave paintings. For years, researchers believed that modern man's entry into Europe led to the rapid decline of the Neanderthals, either through...
  • Neanderthal extinction linked to human diseases

    11/10/2019 5:39:36 AM PST · by Openurmind · 32 replies
    Science Daily ^ | Nov 7, 2019 | Stanford University
    In a new study published in the journal Nature Communications, Greenbaum and his colleagues propose that complex disease transmission patterns can explain not only how modern humans were able to wipe out Neanderthals in Europe and Asia in just a few thousand years but also, perhaps more puzzling, why the end didn't come sooner. "Our research suggests that diseases may have played a more important role in the extinction of the Neanderthals than previously thought. They may even be the main reason why modern humans are now the only human group left on the planet," said Greenbaum, who is the...
  • New insights on the wooden weapons from the Paleolithic site of Schoningen

    10/25/2015 6:07:47 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 9 replies
    Popular Archaeology ^ | Friday, October 23, 2015 | editors
    The Paleolithic site of Schöningen in north-central Germany is famous for the earliest known, completely preserved wooden weapons or artifacts uncovered there by archaeologists under the direction of Dr. Hartmut Thieme between 1994 and 1998 at an open-cast lignite mine. Deposited in organic sediments at a former lakeshore, they were found in combination with the remains of about 16,000 animal bones, including 20 wild horses, whose bones featured numerous butchery marks, including one pelvis that still had a spear protruding from it. The finds are considered evidence that early humans were active hunters with specialized tool kits as early as...
  • 400,000 year old spears found in an German coal mine!

    10/11/2010 6:38:35 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 82 replies
    reinep.wordpress.com ^ | 07-04-2010 | Staff
    Researchers in Germany have unearthed 400,000 year old wooden spears from what appears to be an ancient lake shore hunting ground stunning evidence that human ancestors systematically hunted big game much earlier than believed. The three spears, each carved from the trunk of a spruce tree, are 6 feet to more than 7 feet long. They were found with more than 10,000 animal bones, mostly from horses, including many obviously butchered. That indicates the ancient hunters were organized enough to trap horses and strong enough to kill them by throwing spears, perhaps ambushing herds that showed up for water. “There’s...
  • Why Do So Many Researchers Still Treat Race as a Scientific Concept?

    06/02/2019 12:09:52 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 66 replies
    Slate ^ | May 30, 2019 | Tim Requarth
    In 2003, the anthropologist Duana Fullwiley spent six months observing a team of biomedical research scientists. The team wanted to find out whether genetic variation could affect how different people respond to drugs, and to do so, they recruited a group of racially and ethnically diverse research subjects. They were a diverse team themselves, with good intentions to address a worthy problem—it’s well known that different races suffer from health problems at different rates and can respond differently to treatments. If they could trace these discrepancies to genetic differences between races, the team reasoned, they could explain, and perhaps start...
  • Meditation on a Blood Libel -- A Yiannopoulos Blood Libel

    05/05/2019 1:00:54 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 13 replies
    Frontpage Mag ^ | May 1, 2019 | Vanessa Jones
    On April 19, 2019, Frontpage Mag published Milo Yiannopoulos’ lamentation on the burning of the Notre Dame Cathedral. While I share his grief over this irreplaceable loss to Western Civilization and Christianity, I was shocked to discover that he felt the necessity to trash the Jews. He did so under the convenient cover that he is a Jew -- as he states, through matrilineal descent. But, more significant than his bloodline, his belief system seems to be Catholic as evidenced by his adoration of the Virgin Mary: Mary—the ‘Our Lady’ of Notre Dame—is proof of the incarnation. It is her...
  • Mrs. Don-o's Latest Tweets to Her Bishop: On Church Growth and Immigration

    04/24/2019 11:46:10 AM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 15 replies
    on Bishop Stika's Twitter Thing ^ | April 24, 2019 | Mrs Don-o
    First, the provocation: Bishop Rick Stika @BishopStika I’m very optimistic about the future of the church as I see tremendous growth in the south and southwest especially with the migration of our Hispanic brothers and sisters. We forget that in the past great gr Then, the response to @BishopStika: The Cath Church once had huge numbers of converts. Now, the people leaving the Church outnumber the new converts at least six-to-one. Parishes nationwide are plummeting in membership. Importing Catholics from the Decaying North and the Desperate South will not fix this problem In the past, the growth of the Church...
  • Researchers shed new light on the origins of modern humans

    03/24/2019 10:18:12 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 14 replies
    EurekAlert! ^ | March 20, 2019 | University of Huddersfield
    The migration signal makes good sense in terms of climate. For most of the last few hundred years, different parts of Africa have been out of step with each other in terms of the aridity of the climate. Only for a brief period at 60,000-70,000 years ago was there a window during which the continent as a whole experienced sufficient moisture to open up a corridor between the south and the east. And intriguingly, it was around 65,000 years ago that some of the signs of symbolism and technological complexity seen earlier in South Africa start to appear in the...
  • Liberal Author Reveals Democrat Endgame: Replace Republican ‘Evangelical Cult’ with Immigrants

    03/21/2019 10:30:21 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 18 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | March 21, 2019 | Jim Hoft
    We all knew why Democrats support open borders. We all knew their goal was more imported dependent voters. Finally one Democrat pundit comes clean. The goal of the modern day Democrat Party is to replace Americans with foreigners and drive the GOP to extinction. Sadly, several Republicans in the Pretend Party (12 last week) support this plan. Liberal David Atkins posted a thread on the Democrat Party’s plan for domination — replace Americans and capture the vote forever. David is a contributor at the Washington Monthly and far left Rolling Stone.
  • Why the Announcement of a Looming White Minority Makes Demographers Nervous

    11/22/2018 6:26:06 PM PST · by DesScorp · 73 replies
    MSN.com ^ | 11-22-2018 | Sabrinia Tavernese
    The graphic was splashy by the Census Bureau’s standards and it showed an unmistakable moment in America’s future: the year 2044, when white Americans were projected to fall below half the population and lose their majority status. The presentation of the data disturbed Kenneth Prewitt, a former Census Bureau director, who saw it while looking through a government report. The graphic made demographic change look like a zero-sum game that white Americans were losing, he thought, and could provoke a political backlash. So after the report’s release three years ago, he organized a meeting with Katherine Wallman, at the time...
  • Arizona gov to wait until after McCain's burial to name successor

    08/26/2018 12:00:15 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 94 replies
    The Hill ^ | August 26, 2018 | Michael Burke
    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) will wait until the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is buried before naming his successor. "Out of respect for the life and legacy of Senator John McCain and his family, Governor Ducey will not be making any announcements about an appointment until after the Senator is laid to rest,” Ducey's senior adviser Daniel Ruiz II said in a statement to the Arizona Republic. "Now is a time for remembering and honoring a consequential life well lived." McCain died Saturday at 81 after a fight with brain cancer. His death came after his family announced Friday...
  • John McCain's US Senate seat: What happens next?

    08/26/2018 6:07:23 AM PDT · by central_va · 42 replies
    Faux News ^ | 8/26/18 | J. Earl
    Governor appoints a new senator Arizona is one of 36 states where a governor makes an appointment to fill a U.S. Senate vacancy, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Therefore, Gov. Ducey will appoint an interim senator to fill McCain’s seat. Because McCain was a Republican, state law requires Ducey to appoint a member of the same party — a move that’s critically important for the Trump administration, as the GOP currently holds a bare 51-49 Senate majority. The newly appointed senator would be in office until the next general election in November 2020. The interim senator would...
  • Immigration protestors demand change: "There's room enough for all of us"

    07/01/2018 5:40:49 AM PDT · by C19fan · 58 replies
    Axios ^ | June 30, 2018 | Haley Britzky
    Thousands of protestors took to the streets in hundreds of cities across the U.S. Saturday, participating in "Families Belong Together" rallies and demonstrations. What protestors are hoping to gain: The immediate reunification of families that have been separated, the end of family detentions, and, more broadly, the dissolution of Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy.
  • Indiana Legend Says Welsh Settlers Arrived in the 12th Century

    05/01/2018 12:23:08 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 67 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | September 3, 1989 | Jodi Perras
    On a rugged bluff overlooking the Ohio River, known locally as "Devil's Backbone," centuries of overgrowth obscures a secret of history... In 1799, early settlers found six skeletons clad in breastplates bearing a Welsh coat of arms. Indian legends told of "yellow-haired giants" who settled in Kentucky, southern Indiana, southern Ohio and Tennessee -- a region they called "the Dark and Forbidden Land." Archeologists debunk the legend. They say that evidence indicates that the natives of the region once conducted a vigorous trading network nearby and buried their dead on the bluff... Upstream about 14 miles from Louisville, Ky., the...
  • [Flashback] Bill Kristol: Replace 'White Working Class' With Immigrants

    08/26/2017 4:23:46 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 48 replies
    NewsMax ^ | February 8, 2017 | Jason Devaney
    White working class Americans have become "lazy" and might have to replaced in the workforce by "new Americans" emigrating from other countries, The Weekly Standard editor at large Bill Kristol said this week. Immigrants are the future of the United States, just like they were at the beginning of the 20th century, Kristol told author Charles Murray during a videotaped event. "Look, to be totally honest, if things are so bad as you say with the white, working class, don't you want to get new Americans in?" Kristol said. The Daily Caller reported on the existence of the video, which...
  • President Trump Fights Tooth And Nail To Pass The American Health Care Act

    03/23/2017 2:24:08 PM PDT · by davikkm · 7 replies
    IWB ^ | Pamela Williams
    If President Trump’s replacement for ObamaCare does not pass, it is my opinion after my research, Americans will regret it. ObamaCare is imploding as we speak There are Americans who have paid for ObamaCare, but the deductibles have been so high they have never actually used it. Others have just paid the penalty, but do not have insurance to show for that money spent. Insurance companies are opting out every day. It is a mess that has damaged so many American lives, it is hard to put into words. President Trump had a meeting with many Americans from around the...
  • Trump: Don't worry, I've won over the skeptical Republicans on the ObamaCare replacement

    03/17/2017 3:01:06 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 17 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 03/17/17 | Dan Calabrese
    Oh? Some trick if true, although it wouldn’t be the first time Trump has made a seemingly improbable declaration of himself as the winner only to turn out right. But if he actually pulled this off, I’ve got to know how: US President Donald Trump, after meeting with Republican lawmakers skeptical of the Obamacare replacement plan, announced Friday that he has succeeded in winning their support for the controversial healthcare overhaul.