you're talkimg about percent of DNA?
Lanchaster makes it out as less clear cut, but he's doing pop scienceMost Europeans have Neanderthal heritage. A small Neanderthal population dwindled by intermixing with humans and competition over scare resources. 1% and plenty of disease
Westerners are horror-struck by the prospect of an Ebola or Zika pandemic in their very own neighbourhood. Media panic aside, that's extremely unlikely thanks to modern medical science. Our close cousins, the Neanderthals, weren't so lucky tens of thousands of years ago when they first met us...www.zmescience.com
Tell us more about this please, maybe in the AOS thread? Dont wanna lose the point amongst the fracas. I just finished the Baker bio earlier today and thought i really need to get hold of a primary AOS text so maybe this one you are quoting from is the one to go for. Baker dangles the carrot of ‘neither-neither’ and ‘inbetweeness’ ut doesnt actually go into them very well.Austin Osman Spare put it well in Two Tracts on Cartomancy, claiming that certain divination techniques involve the abdication of reason-based agency, yielding the decision to be made outside of the jurisdiction of reason.
Woebot has a thing on ying and yan* in retreat, about how its been misunderstood. Anyone else reading that?The trick, regarding the manner in which Yin (black) must reckon with Yang (white), is that it needs to be expressed systematically, and systematic expression seems to gravitate around the latter, being science.
So how do we begin to systematically express why systematic expression ought to be pragmatically and situationally used here, and abdicated there?
I'm not making this stuff up! It's a matter of record.this makes no sense,
you slag off "saudi schools" "saudi funded madrassas" for being islamic fundamentalists when you know fuck all about it it's disgusting
In October 2012, Robert Bernstein, who founded Human Rights Watch, serves as a chairman of Advancing Human Rights, and was a former chairman and CEO of Random House, and various other book publishers, expressed their "profound disappointment that the Saudi government continues to print textbooks inciting hatred and violence against religious minorities." They gave an example of an 8th grade textbook which writes, "The Apes are the people of the Sabbath, the Jews; and the Swine are the infidels of the communion of Jesus, the Christians." The publishers explained that "hate speech is the precursor to genocide. First you get to hate and then you kill."
According to the Anti-Defamation League’s November 2018 report, Saudi government-published school textbooks for the 2018-19 academic year promoting incitement to hatred or violence against Jews, Christians, women, and homosexual men, despite the kingdom’s claims to the contrary. One of the examples read, “The hour will not come until Muslims fight the Jews, so that the Muslims kill them, until the Jew hides behind rock and tree, so the rock or the tree says: ‘Oh Muslim, oh servant of God, this Jew is behind me, so kill him.’” Another passage also suggested that “beating [women] is permitted when necessary.”
or am i thinking of the bell beakers?its so intriguing that this object, the beaker is so defining of this slice of european history and what must be left out - i don't think the function or aesthetic rationale for its shape are known isnt it? yet they are so widespread.
That's such a shit argument I can tell you're not even convincing yourself.are you or are you not a supporter and indeed a paid up member of the recognised british antisemitic hate group "UK Labour Party" Tea? The most notorious anti semites in the whole of Europe these days, or shut up Tea
This entertaining yarn cropped up in the timeline today, an intriguing tangle of dna based confusionBeakers make sense when you see them recreated in a hearth propped up. They’re the prehistoric equivalent of apex clay working at almost every level of society and, significantly, they’re deeply tied to cremations where the previous tradition was charnel ground skeletal scraps repatriated to the relevant collective tomb (ie non cremation).