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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Colorado's voice one three one thirteen ten kfi k. a. mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios joined this morning by jamie henning president and ceo The greeley area chamber of commerce and visit greeley and my new visit greeley director heather anderson. Jamie heather welcome to this out. Good morning sun. You've that now looking forward to chatting how their first things first jamie bouncing off our conversation this morning with weld county clerk recorder carly compass of course. Those ballots are dropping in the mail today for that november second election and to say there are a lot of important issues at stake in greeley. That would be a little bit of an understatement. Tell us a little bit about The chamber priorities when looking at Yeah absolutely well you know. The chambers primary priority is to make sure we educate about the candidates or coming up for office and You know how they are aligning business issues because our main job is to make sure that the voice of businesses hard in the community so we ransom candidate forums. Recently that were great. And we're also putting out. Some candidate questioners remember so they can learn a little more about where all the candidates stand on those issues. What do you think if you were taking a look at the ballot not trying to put you on the spot here by any means but what do you think when we look at Well it is a pretty busy ballots. So what is most important to greeley. Yeah i think when you look at the high level issues for sure. Our roads and transportation are major issues to our businesses so You know better answered really continues that he really moving component and move things ahead I think also water scarcity is a major issue for our areas we grow growth is incredibly important so we wanna make sure people prioritize water and then you know they're just so many important issues right now but those to rise right up to the top is really important business. Tell us a little bit about those candidate Forums said chamber copy and the questionnaires as well Are you finding a good response to those. Yeah we had a lot of our candidates come to our foreign and we actually did the on zoom instead of in person primarily because last year when we ran those during coverage we had about forty five thousand years of them. So we know that the business audience and the community audiences tuning in So you can find those on our facebook page and they really do give you a chance to go deep On mayor city council and andy sex so all of our elected to are running and their answers on important issues and most importantly why are you running right Pity we hope so. Yes heather anderson. Welcome has our new. Visit greeley director with the greeley area chamber of commerce. So tell us a little bit about your experiences. Thus far it's been wonderful to be the chamber and taking on this new role visit really Really is such an amazing city so many things to do so many things to promote as just a wonderful opportunity for myself and also exciting time for our city the gross than just we have so many positive things to promote. So it's it's been wonderful so far speaking of positive things to promote no shortage of those things for you to do right heather right yes absolutely so tell us for example. A greeley lights the nights i mean that's always such an amazing event. It's incredible and as most people know we haven't had the parade since twenty eighteen so we are faded that we will be having the twenty twenty one greeley late tonight. parade holiday parade and grand lighting ceremony on saturday november twenty seventh beginning at five thirty pm and that will run along ninth avenue from fifteenth street to seventh street This is presented by the greeley area chamber of commerce visit. Greeley's the downtown development authority and the city of greeley The parade and the lighting ceremony are in its twenty fourth year and it serves as the holiday. The official holiday kickoff for the city of greeley and surrounding areas music to our ears to be sure. Because it's been a tough road to ho and we're still seeing Nine in greeley necessarily or northern colorado a host of rather big events being placed on. Hold still yet as that delta variant continues to search. So what do you anticipate as you look ahead. Had there for the future like anything else. We will be aware of the situations and make those decisions accordingly But not lose them. You know last year we were able to have the parades but we did have holiday lanes which was a huge success so that's just a great example of transitioning from An adjusting to still keep that spirit alive to keep that those events happening. And you know we can always be creative and I look forward to what you know. Obviously relates might create. And then all the things to come we will be steam ahead always and in those events we will adjust accordingly. And and do what we have to continue to bring tourism and those visitors to our area. Yes the art of the pivot. Something we've all had perfect over the past eighteen or so months jamie. What are you hearing from our businesses in greeley as well we're all struggling to emerge from our vid cocoon ended up again that does not minimize The very real impacts of ovid nineteen but so many businesses particularly are small businesses. Hit so hard. Yeah you know. I am every day impressed with the resilience of our business community. These business owners are figuring it out. And i get to talk to them every day You know i think. From a chamber. Perspective workforce continues to rise to the top of our bucket list of things. We need to help the businesses with. They're still struggling to get full speed on. Hires in some cases or the right Connection on that and then still. Yeah a little lingering pandemic You know impact. Obviously it's still hanging around and definitely for hostile administrators educators. Those are really tough decision. So they trying to strike that right balance but our businesses Continue to impress me. Every day about how they're forging ahead and figuring it out so jamie haning president. Ceo really area chamber of commerce and visit greeley. Heather andersen our new visit. Greeley director will your efforts and ongoing support of business in greeley in the surrounding areas. Continues to impress all of us and jamie. Where can we learn more about the greeley area chamber of commerce and all of the programs that you provide yes so make sure to follow us on all of our social media. That's a great place to keep up to date and then also at our greeley chamber site. Sounds like a plan jamie heather. Thank you so much again for all that you do all you and your colleagues do To support the community. And thanks for your time this morning. Thank you gail. It's always great to be on at thank you. You take good care jamie. 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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

10:46 min | 8 months ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Exciting or useful. That is really really fascinating. Do you think that explains it or do you. Are you haunted by the idea that there's something more alert. I think that that could be part of it. there's even psychologist called geoffrey miller. Who's written a book. Expounding the idea of sexual selection as pressure towards becoming. What was the expansion of the brain. Actually an tool use is interesting because if you look at the history of the use of flint's napping flint goes for a very long period without any improvement. And you'd think that if you think about the way we use tools we we. We copy each other. We an apprentice copies of master user and learns from the mazda and then gets an idea to improve the technique over what the monsters doing so You see a In coventry or whatever it might be you'll you're constantly devising new ways new inventions and Mentally visualizing imagining a better way of doing of doing something that is obviously very important in our technology and yet i forget how long it is. But if you look at the at the risk of the archaeological record there were huge expanses of time when flint implements didn't get any better they debate. They stayed the level. They'd got to As there was no ingenuity going on and if it was sexual selection driving you'd expect to see again improvement so it's as though something changed some point and the emergent race took off arms race maps bombs raised with with with with rivals. Took off And i'm not sure when that would be. I think that there was a moment about forty five thousand years ago when the seems to be in a big leap forward in austin creativity and who knows what that was due to. If you had to guess what what guests would you make that. That's interesting so my initial as you were saying at my initial thought was the Innovations were just happening in another area. That maybe didn't survive as well. And i would like to think that the that the boost was given by language. But that's not possible. I mean it's not plausible that that language wasn't invented until forty five thousand years ago. It seems much more plausible if language is over that nobody knows exactly. When language started at expose it still still conceivable that that was no language until the so called. Great leap forward That that strikes me. It's so funny to push back on you. Who knows ten thousand times more about this. And i do but i know just enough to be dangerous Given that wales for instance have the equivalent of a name. Essentially they have a a lyric. I don't know what words to use around this. But they have a lyric. That's unique to them and that strikes me as the beginnings of language. So if we're seeing it if we've all you know come out of the sea and were seeing that in creatures that are still in the it strikes me as either. It's co evolving and so languages happens to spring up You know in several different places That i forget what animals but they have like different. Sounds they make if they see something read versus if they see something blue so there. There are identifying characteristics across a lot of species that we could sort of london to you. Know being prototype languages if you will So that to your point does not seem like it would be well one that language fat darrow. All sorts of attributes of animal communication which You could say us sort of elements of language like name using different Sounds to mean different things You can fight it all the kingdom evening b.'s In monkeys in wales. But that's not language a language. Human language has this extraordinary capacity of Indefinite complexity due to embedded hard rock equally embedded syntax. So the ability to say something like the man who i saw yesterday who was at the waterhole and was drawing water for his wife said to meet and so Now that is a grammatically complex sentence with not apple openings of brackets and then closing of brackets and that is unknown anywhere else in the animal kingdom the this hierarchical embedding of phrases and clauses within sentences Which in principle are in indefinitely. Expandable this is the house that jack. It'll the hot this sense of the tenth salad sense in the sense that that jack built this capacity to in bed sub-clauses within the main sentence and sub drug sub sub clause sub sub clauses It's that i think that makes human language utterly unique And the the fact that bees and vervet monkeys can communicate things like in the case of bees where and how far away and how an and and what direction. Food is the fact that whales can have a name the fact that monkeys can give a three different along calls one leopards wonders snakes and one foot eagles That's that's really small beer compared to the Grammatical hot hierarchical syntax. Which human language has yet that that is for sure. So all right. If we're ruling out language we know that it didn't arts implausible. That happened forty five thousand years ago. And i'm guessing just because of the complexity that would take far longer than that. Well i don't know. I mean nobody knows it. It's possible i suppose that the linguist do suggest that language evolved once that all human languages are descended from one single common ancestor in. If they're right then that one ancestral language had to come into being at some point. I suppose it could be as recently as recent as as forty five thousand years ago I it could. It could be nothing changed in the brain and the brain itself was as fully developed before that time as after so it so it it doesn't go with any kind of increase in brain size if that if that were the case. And you don't think that the The evolution of language would follow a very similar trajectory. That okay wales have names There are different calls that monkeys can make based on whether it's an eagle a leopard or a snake You don't think that that is the early building blocks that then lead to what we have now. I think that that those building blocks had to be there but But but the the final human advance was sim in tactic. Grandma okay so rocket grandma. When was the great leap forward. Well archaeologically i quoted forty five thousand years on a desert different different parts of the world. But but that's when you start getting cave paintings and sculptures and things like that and those do they show up in different places around the world at the same time we don't know. I think i'm thinking of europe. That and i'm not sure whether by the we have the same kinds of things in different parts of the world that would be utterly fascinating if for whatever reason it takes a certain amount of time for the brain to sort of make that leap Very very interesting. I want to go back to sexual selection. What are some of the most fascinating things. Like one thing that i love about you and that you cover in the book is these moments where the natural world is so profound that you have you have a truly elevated I mean i. I will say basically. It's got to be to me the same sort of part of the brain that triggers when you're having a religious experience you have that same sense of transcendent. Aw what has sexual selection given us that leaves you. That sort gobsmacked. Well that transcendent sensei get all the time from not from biology but from astronomy up at the milky way galaxy and things like that Sexual selection saint sexual selection has produced some of the most extravagant as suppose. E- must extravagant floorings of evolutionary zuber ins- Buds of paradise peacocks. If equivalence in fish fibia ends mammals in that in that cools sexual selection has been controversial in evolutionary in the theory in the history of lucia theory. It was a controversial match between darling and wallace whereas the co-discoverer of natural.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Exciting or useful. That is really really fascinating. Do you think that explains it or do you. Are you haunted by the idea that there's something more alert. I think that that could be part of it. even psychologist called geoffrey miller. Who's written a book. Expounding the idea of sexual selection as pressure towards becoming. What was the expansion of the brain. Actually an tool use is interesting because if you look at the history of the use of flint's napping flint goes for a very long period without any improvement. And you'd think that if you think about the way we use tools we we. We copy each other. We an apprentice copies of master user and learns from the mazda and then gets an idea to improve the technique over what the monsters doing so You see a In coventry or whatever it might be you'll you're constantly devising new ways new inventions and Mentally visualizing imagining a better way of doing of doing something that is obviously very important in our technology and yet i forget how long it is. But but if you look at the at the risk of the archaeological record there were huge expanses of time when flint implements didn't get any better they debate they stayed the level they'd got to As there was no ingenuity going on and if it was sexual selection driving you'd expect to see again improvement so it's as though something changed some point and the emergent race took off arms race maps bombs raised with with with with rivals. Took off And i'm not sure when that would be. I think that there was a moment about forty five thousand years ago when the seems to be in a big leap forward in austin creativity and who knows what that was due to. If you had to guess what what guests would you make that. That's interesting so my initial as you were saying at my initial thought was the Innovations were just happening in another area. That maybe didn't survive as well. And i would like to think that the that the boost was given by language. But that's not possible. I mean it's not plausible that that language wasn't invented until forty five thousand years ago. It seems much more plausible. If language is older that nobody knows exactly when language started at a spouse still still conceivable that that was no language until the so called. Great leap forward That that strikes me. It's so funny to push back on you. Who knows ten thousand times more about this. And i do but i know just enough to be dangerous Given that wales for instance have the equivalent of a name. Essentially they have a a lyric. I don't know what words to use around this. But they have a lyric. That's unique to them and that strikes me as the beginnings of language. So if we're seeing it if we've all you know come out of the sea and were seeing that in creatures that are still in the it strikes me as either. It's co evolving and so languages happens spring up You know in several different places That i forget what animals but they have like different. Sounds they make if they see something read versus if they see something blue so there. There are identifying characteristics across a lot of species that we could sort of london to you. Know being prototype languages if you will So that to your point does not seem like it would be well one that language fat darrow thoughts of attributes of animal communication which You could say. I sort of elements of language like name Using different Sounds to mean. Different things You can fight it all the kingdom evening b.'s.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Science for the People

"Held humans as they went through these incredible technological revolutions ceramics was an incredible technical revolution And i don't think we appreciate that enough and so it's it's really. It's quite astonishing. And the other part of this uncertainty around it is that. There's a lot of debate over what counts as a city. And so for a lot of archaeologists Doesn't count as a city because it didn't have money it didn't have writing. It didn't have taxation as far as we know it didn't really have monumental structures Certainly the city itself was kind of monumental structure because at least five thousand people live there and that would have been the biggest settlement that most people had ever dreamed of. Most people lived in towns of one hundred people or two hundred people And so. I think that it's worth calling Tall hookah city. Because it was the city of its day it was the biggest agglomeration of people for many kilometers around And there was a huge amount of art a huge amount of technical innovation. And it feels like a city. You know it's what do we think of. When we think of a city we think of just a bunch of people getting together and doing projects together And whether those are technical projects or art projects or parties whatever and totally cat all that stuff And so you know it's it's debatable. Whether it's a full city but it's certainly on the cusp of what i really latched onto. Something you just said about how to tell held kind of cradle humanity as we crossed the dairy line which were totally going to get to because cheese And as as we kind of developed you know different. Things like ceramics but was also really struck in your book by how it altered psychologically There was something that you mentioned that before. Places like tell who can very another very early settlements the question where are you from would have been completely meaningless and that so fascinating to me because the idea of being from somewhere is so integral to so many people's identity today right like its second question you ask someone what's your name and where you from. Yeah and there's in fact you know lots and lots of people who can't answer that question even now because they've lived in so many places And i think that experience of being a person who has lived so many places that where they're from doesn't mean anything that's what it would have been like for everyone during the neolithic essentially Because this is a period when people are transitioning from nomadic life to settled life with agriculture with with intensified agriculture spin kind of proto agriculture. Going on for about forty five thousand years so we've been doing it for a while but not year round intensively and i'm kind of deliberately so you have to imagine that the people who settled at chitala just a few generations removed from a world where pretty much everyone they knew would have lived in tribes. Where identity would have come from tribe or family and so if you ask someone kind of who they were wouldn't be like i'm from new york or Or san francisco. It would have been. I'm from you know. Bob and bob is from you. Know marcus and you know marcus's from whoever came before marcus because those are the kinds of names of people used the neolithic. I dunno. i'm just waiting for uncovers an ancient skeleton with a little name tag. Hi my name. is bob my dad was marcus so so i think that again That cultural dislocation. That sense of our entire world used to be mobile and now our entire world is sedentary. It's very similar to what i think. A lot of people have experienced over the past hundred years with our rapid technological developments around transit where we have fast transit and with our fast internet communications which have completely transformed social relationships. They've transformed infrastructure and we are essentially living in a totally different world than people lived in in eighteen fifties. So it's that's that's what you kind of have to imagine. Tall houck being is is something. It's a place that lived through a dislocation that was that profound And and survived an integrated all of those transformations in to the way they built into the way they lived And so this was like. I guess what i'm trying to say it was. It was a high tech city of its day And so people who came from outside from say a nomadic group stopping by would have been a honest like holy crap. There's like all these houses and they have Pots that you can put over top of the fire and cook in them and they won't break because of course it's ceramics So it would have been pretty rad to visit And it would have been like. I said it would have just been this kind of Revolutionary place. I also think about kind of the psychological revolution of identity in terms of where you from in the sense that this was such a large conglomeration of people. Right when you're living in a village of like one hundred people if someone comes up to you and says you know who are you from and you say you know. Oh yes i am. Son of bob's on of marcus. They will know. Either bob or marcus absolutely and so that makes sense to them. But when you gather into this conglomeration of very large groups of people in no longer makes sense to say. I'm son of so and so when the like well which bob because there's five yes. So that is a huge. I mean there's so many psychological adjustments that people would have had to make and certainly it one of them would have been like. What do you do if you have five thousand people. How do you relate to each other because your brain can't track it and One of the archaeologists who. I talked to a lot about Is ruth trim and she spent many summers excavating at a few houses on an older part of the city and she focused especially on one house which belonged to a woman that she nicknamed daito. She excavated skeleton And one of the things that trim believes is that vehic might have functioned. Kind of like a mega village and maybe it was actually Almost accidentally a city and there were a bunch of people building villages really close to each other and that organically they just started building them closer and closer and closer and finally it came together in this hodgepodge and that actually matches the evidence because the city is not a planned city You can see that parts of it crumbled away even while other parts were being built up and it wasn't like there was some You know like department of transit. That would come in and like fixed the sidewalks or anything like that it would just you know a house would be abandoned and crumble and then the neighbors would use it as a cesspit for awhile and so and then finally somebody else would kind of. Cover up the cesspit in move in And so if that's the case that it was really a kind of a bunch of linked villages than we can imagine that you could still maybe have had that identity of like. Oh yeah it's arbab like that bob..

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The Denisovans Expand Their Range Into China

60-Second Science

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Denisovans Expand Their Range Into China

"Like modern humans than neanderthals roamed widely throughout europe. We know this because they left behind. Extensive evidence usually bones or tools but their cousins. The denisovans our more mysterious until recently they were conclusively linked only to a single cave in southern siberia called denisova cave which lies between kazakhstan and mongolia in that cave. Scientists had found a finger bone three teeth and piece of skull which tip them off to the existence of a whole new lineage of ancient human now scientists have uncovered more of the range for the denisovans says de endo mossy lonnie of the max planck institute in germany. His team turned up evidence. The ancient humans occupied a high mountain cave on the tibetan plateau. Called by shia cave belongs to monks and -mongst things that it's a very holy place in fact among found a piece of jawbone there in nineteen eighty which has been tenuously linked to the denisovans salani and his team have now unearthed more conclusive evidence by sifting through cave sediments and sequencing the genetic evidence. The denisovans left behind. Buddy decay of people chests. Gabbing down the side like bleeding. There are coping ping could left their dna. The dna appears in layers suggesting the denisovans inhabited the cave as far back as one hundred thousand years ago as well as at sixty thousand years ago and perhaps even as recently as forty five thousand years ago meaning. The denisovans might overlapped in this region with modern humans. The results appear in the journal. Science mossy lonnie says. This method could enable more denise in detective work to this like so many caves when we have evidence of human activity but we don't have opening remain so if he can exploit to sediment can actually start to track down in segment. The denisova dini denise evans live on today in the genomes of some modern day humans from the south pacific further. Genetic work like this might give scientists more clues where early homo sapiens. I met and mixed with the elusive denisovans.

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Löwenmensch: The First Monster

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:20 min | 2 years ago

Löwenmensch: The First Monster

"Back in twenty seventeen. We recorded an episode of stuff to believe my entitled the First Monster and again we ran it in this most recent October over but in the episode we discussed the lion man or the low in inch of which was this. This figure that resembled The was a a human with alliance head hybrid a hybrid being combining animal and human likeness into a single likeness. Yeah now this was This particular killer artifact the mench was discovered in nineteen thirty nine at a stone age cave site known as startled whole or stable cave at Holon Stein near Vogel heard in Germany but it would be another thirty years before anyone got a chance to examine these broken pieces of ivory due to the world wars but eventually thirty years later that's when German archaeologist Johan discovered that these two hundred fragments came together to form a thirty one centimeter centimeter or just over a foot long figure carbon fourteen dated to between thirty five and forty thousand years old. It had the body of a man in the head of the lion. In two thousand and three another lion man was discovered in southwestern Germany this was carbon dated to around the same time period and by by some estimates. Well you know first of all these are amazing just for no other reason. They're just they're just fascinating figures that they give some insight into what ancient people were doing what they were making but also seemed to be the oldest Examples of figurative art. We've seen the Venus of whole fells. Take the title before I think Is from thirty. Five thousand to forty thousand years ago discovered in two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen but while the the Venus is the the depiction of the Feminine Forum and the Law and minch is a human fused with the beast. Yeah and this is what we were drawing attention to the episode. The idea that this is the earliest. I example that we knew about of fantasy art. It is an imagined being yeah as stated by Clive Gamble and archaeologist at the University of Southampton UK UK is quoted in nature quote. They depict an animal world in a semi realistic way. It shows early man moving from his immediate world to an imaginative world. So let's just a brief breakdown of the Lowe and minch certainly go back and listen to that episode that we did if you want more on that topic. But here's the cool thing and in a imagine number of you caught this news already because it was covered a number of places they I even saw it featured on Stephen Colbert show but in December of two thousand nine hundred ninety eight new discovery every was made and it might just blow the lion man and Venus out of the water. This is so cool. Yeah so this story takes us to different. Corners of the world takes us to Sulawesi SC Indonesia one of the four greater sooner islands. And it's actually the world's eleventh largest island I read so we've known about Pleistocene settlements in the the area for quite some time in early Homo sapiens are known to have reached this area between sixty thousand forty five thousand years ago previous studies these from some of the the same archaeologist involved in in this particular fine which is the arch team out of Australia They've revealed prehistoric art and ornaments events. Dating Back Thirty thousand to twenty two thousand years ago in this area and Homo sapiens apparently made it here against some time prior to fifty thousand years ago. So here's how this new finding came about in two thousand seventeen spelunker named Ham Rula climbed into a previously uncharted chamber in Sulawesi. Let's see cave system known as Morose punk cap a limestone cave system in while he was performing a government survey of the case. And if you're wondering ring was Amrullah. His first name last name. Apparently a lot of people in Indonesia just go by one name yet. It's just Just the one name anyway. He he gets. He crawls through a narrow space into at this New Chamber and he discovers cave paintings in the cave paintings were subsequently examined and written about by Aubert at all in earliest hunting scene in prehistoric historic art published December twenty nineteen in nature and again. This is the same arch team out of Australia. Those involved in some previous studies in the area so as the title implies they used some dating technology uranium series dating on Cave Popcorn or mineral deposits that It hanging over some of the motifs in the scene and they were able to date this hunting seeing back to at least forty three thousand nine hundred years ago so that it is twenty thousand years older than the hunting scene on the walls of Francis Lescoe cavs and coming back to the low and mench. That's also four thousand years before the lion man and I realized we're talking about such kind of ironic that we're talking about such big periods of time and there's a large portions of human history that it can also make four thousand years not seem like a lot right which is which is bizarre but obviously four thousand years is a lot of time and to to set the record back. Four thousand years is amazing. So here's an important caveat though there's more work to do as they need to date not just the the work overall looking at the cave popcorn but each figure individually before we can be one hundred percent certain in all of this because there's ultimately the possibility that different portions Sion's of it have been added at different times. Yes now the main archaeologists requoted thing they don't think that's the case but yeah we certainly should date the different parts. I think the the parts that had been that have been dated so far are just the regular animals but the more interesting part. Let's get into that. So yes the overall it depicts what seemed to be individuals using spears against prey animals in a hunt and this would be an on its own with being amazing fine right it would. It would predate any hunting scene gene. We've seen before. But on top of this some of the hunters appear to be what the researchers refer to is theory th- ropes or animal human hybrids as much like the low and Mitch. Yeah some of the humans appear to have tales or snouts right so if this is correct if the Now again and the parts that have been dated already were overlapping. Just the animals that were being hunted buffalo type creatures and pigs. Yeah wild pigs and then a type of buffalo called an no which is also known as a midget buffalo so like a water buffalo except smaller okay And so I think they haven't dated the other figures like the the the theory and throw are the human animal hybrids Yet but it looks like they're probably from the same period we're just not certain about that. Yeah but but if so this would this would probably predate the low and mench making this the earliest evidence. We have of fantastical thinking of like magic thinking among among humans showing human animal hybrids like a human hunting buffalo with a bird's beak. Yeah very cool. Yeah and it's it's we get into it in that that episode about the first monster about what this means right like what what ultimately does it mean to have in your mind. A human with a beast's head on one hand it is imagining something that does not exist in the real world and but then on a deeper level it is taking what this means. What does a bird mean? What are the the ideas that that Just a mere symbol of a bird summons and our DEA two of a human being what happens when these This mix of symbols and meanings collide. What new ideas are born out of that collision absolutely so it? It basically shows that that people from this time period period of four thousand years earlier than we thought may have been dealing with this kind of complex thinking mashing up symbols ideas and concepts concepts even taking aching on a humanoid form. Becky Ferrara wrote an excellent piece on this for the New York Times and she points out in this that the researchers believe that these as may have been animal. Spirit helpers something that's commonly find his shamanistic beliefs so yeah there's a possibility that we're dealing with animism animism and shamanism

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KDOW

"Your data is read it were their household debt is rising sixty percent faster than a raise wages and they're spending forty percent more than our income. thirty percent of Americans and a hundred fifty five million work for is making less than thirty thousand a year the average about forty five thousand year and when you take out their taxes disposable income they have nothing left. so how do they subsidize themselves what credit so let's talk about that. today or this week we had a QB and they're not reporting not this is the biggest news all year. think about it the market crashes in two thousand eight hundred at work when the market crashes. and they wipe out. let's say thirteen trillion dollars between your stocks. and a wife about it between your stocks in your an equity in your home you have nothing left right not the same thing with the doctor but the housing car was yours so the market crashes here you are certain to thousand eight people are their homes for closure. most of don't have a job they lost their job in all of a sudden they do what they call queue he. now what is Q. three Q. he. is when the government borrows money they print money and a bite and they buy treasuries. trying to lend us money. China is our bank just like the Saudis. but remember what Chinese Chinese in the Saudis do. when they look at our trade deficit that's a warning to them they always follow the trade deficit. when they think that trade deficit is too high is saying we're living beyond our means that's what happened in two thousand eight. with the bart Mart went went went when the crash came. and the Saudis didn't go to the auction. remember how I work the government says I'm opening up an auction you command and you've been on the treasury's. and we'll show you treasure you give us the cash. by a million dollars in treasuries. okay we get the million dollars will give you back a treasure you know at that gate array of right now to be one point seven seven. that's our just how we raise money. does your government when I spend more naked again and they have a deficit of a trillion that's how they make them they they they go to China China's won't always want this money when I look at our trade deficit because remember the trade deficit to the Chinese. it's evil because it is trade deficits Killian they kill you. so in two thousand eight we start out. China on the city money so what do we do we go in and we start printing money which part sixty five billion dollars a day print print currency get the printing machine going to sixty five billion dollars a day the problem of purging money the rest of the dollars in your wallet savings is now getting killed the values going down because there's too much money too much when you print your value goes down so as we print that money the first thing we do we take the money and we give it to the banks and the bank should give it to that's right the banks give it to the CEOs of companies so they can start buying their own stock to push the stock market up. sure now the stock market surge going up they keep printing more money sixty five billion dollars a day give it to the banks the banks that give it loan it to the company's near zero interest rates and they buy their own shares his market keeps going up now. the top one percent tile. eighty percent they control eighty percent of the stock market no words eighty percent of their wealth comes from the stock market so they know what stocks are going up. because they know the they printed money they know it she owes what coverage they gave it to they know they're going to buy their own stock is going to push the stock up okay now what about the guy and they usually how's he doing stock market short. remove the stock market two thousand eight in the first hundred twenty days the bank stocks went up to like two hundred percent how the guys make automation he got wiped out of his house equity. he has no money most of don't have a job. so what do they do for him well you would think they would take that money the CEOs. and instead of buying their own stock to push the stock market up so they get rich and a big zero as get rich you think they would take that money. investing into the company to increase your wages you think they would put the money and new equipment new machinery show that the employees could produce more and the more they produce. the higher productivity the higher wages they get there were those the wages they would go out and spend in shape and and the more spending our economy keeps growing but now they don't do that so what happens is the stock market's going up gang busters very few people are getting wealthy. main street their wages aren't going anywhere splat. so what they do to them give them credit. easy credit they give that they start a credit bubble right next to the stock market there's a credit bubble people can go out and buy cars get a student loan they can do whatever they want they have no money but they can go out and borrow and borrow and borrow and that's the idea stock market keeps going up. and the credit bubble gives go on going right up alongside of it and the people are happy. people are happy they think they're doing great because the third holder doing great they're told you look at the stock market that's the economy the stock market's going up you're doing great so keep borrowing borrow more money for more money to your income. people are feeling washing their accounts spending more than our income coming in yeah J.. now there's another column next to that that's called. inflation. so when the stock market's going up. that's inflation if stock price you got sixty seven percent that's inflation people are spending not that they have any money there bro but all I'm credit that's inflation so as it keeps going up the market keeps going up placing keeps going up but what should they be doing now the fed should stop that inflation. the way they stop that inflation is raise rates not people Melo raised the race to stop this credit to stop the spending but who runs who runs the federal reserve. the same people the benefit for the stock market going up the one percent so instead of fighting inflation by raising rates not lowering rates raises stop inflation they lie about the inflation they said there's no inflation..

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast to coast George dory with you Andrew Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well the manager we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had to go ahead. right well in addition to making beautiful jewelry date there is a very evident that I created the first need to anywhere in the world which they would have used a question relate to my toilet closing where you know they had beautiful clothes in it would save plus in addition to this the didn't the the and I and violence all horses have been found inside the Dennis of the kite which is suggested to some that the Dennis ovens domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that I would seem to have created a stone told technology which we as modern humans adult and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec pizza pie and throughout the the the neolithic period right the right down to the actual Braun side so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone told when indeed the stunned tape that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the the coming of the prone sites about five thousand years ago I might well have actually been given to us by the Dennis ovens and that really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps told us you know how to right who sees Mike barmaid NATO's to crack tie the clothes they made a very subtle thinks Bob in addition to the. this startled technologies very poll because he was unique it was a very beautiful why of creating stunned tolls and we can try. the evolution the progress all of these particular types of stone tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains that divide I shot with Europe into Russia. when I show and then finally into Europe so we can say who benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years light but virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the Dennis of and ended up I know I am firmly believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human hybrids but also in addition to the ace the oldest stone temple complex in the world I go back to Ted pie in southeast Turkey I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all the Dennis ovens and that this is why the big pizza pie is sung sophisticated because it benefited from this knowledge and you would say they were then builders of civilizations one day. well yeah hello I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right you know I think we're dealing with something a lot more fun so I mean it's something that in the book Greg and I referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost the civilization of the mowing yeah so why all the so you think the invisible well that this with this all the time a well that was saying to the foot of spirit and celestial beings I'm part of why would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and I had a particular route notice the pop the cells which seem to involves the milky white and certain what we call sort of guide or you know who leap off point sold to the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a Ryan and once you hit the constellation of Orion with cheese but right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it split seemed so and that the soul would then be jobs now this is the so either of us of a dead person somebody who is to say or back of the showman the shaman in order to spice of consciousness and that's the only day was the afterlife proper all this guy well with a nice seems the Currys coincide with the group of stars no the sickness the celestial bird rescue but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the form of a bird to enter into the next world yeah these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes. in addition to the staff found was the ricin consonant from from Europe to ancient Egypt India China and many other places it would seem as if these ideas we universal at a very early hi and all the indications are that they were implies certainly before the end of the lost by such and what we do in the book is to show that these ideas almost certainly were inherited from the Dennis ovens. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they made it to North America how do you think they got here Richard. well the the most obvious on these through the the bring Shia land bridge that links the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got this from the loft by sight but that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have thing direct marathon journey from these my land all island sent the stock show using the different Pacific Carla and reaching South America we can sell lease because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America that have what they call awestruck Melanie CS denied under this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been broke down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it would seem as if this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously would be yeah Southeast Asia. now I'm gonna ask you a strange question but we're getting lots reports a big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures have been the same. hopefully I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's far more paranormal at night Shia and these something which is not that size I you know let me Tyson or a phone call into genetic you dog reach out from a mocking him enough from the guy or even the Denison box what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who happens thank you to do with extremely told people that live out from there on in very harsh environments that impacted yeah they they that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about I saw like two groups openness of buttons and at least some help her become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot in other words the two some have become you don't mix together the memories of a lot of these nights of American tape so there is a relationship I think is in direct why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well you got out of the sign question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago and the so probably something to do with our when we eat or what the male OR we integrated put with them to such a degree that it just won't sit down their existence and so you only well next with hybrids yeah with the bite the hand that's how Elizabeth hi braids then this is then both in human hybrids or a mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the dentist events because there are a large number of mobile populations in different parts of the world mostly in the Eastern and southeast I show that still tearing anything up to five to six percent in all of this than day and night to die what this side gives us an idea of all these where exactly the hybrids for the businesses and ended up and it would seem as if they ended up in remote areas like Australia yep places in Southeast Asia East Asia and and of course the Americas himself because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who has shown evidence all of this one day and night yeah it's quite sporadic the ma'am that in them you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have none but it does show a relationship to the distance and so we have to. start looking at that and so I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East did it come across from Southeast Asia or what this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe notice the select trick my one of rich the H. cogs all what is to die the United States particularly in the area of the Chesapeake by as early as twenty thousand years ago. a large number of a stone told was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake bond which match almost exactly counterparts the the woman affected I'm found in spying I did from an effective even on a one car is one example the type of stars and can only be found in front which is you know in theory almost the yeah the smoking gun of of of of evidence that these people were writing date that the I. slugs that existed at this point you know towards the end of the lost eye sight between let's buy the buy a piece copy in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they would gradually moving further and further out until some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I'm not and here that this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it how come it's been snatched all by white supremacists to suggest that Europeans reach the Americas before I shouldn't papal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should like you people did actually reach the American far out of the the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early night possibly as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the selections and secondly we before a risk of Christopher Columbus oh okay. since it is something and what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually know of no I shouldn't ancestry I would even European. in other words. their own June let's stop seed as far east Siberia and Mongolia on the bike push their way across Europe when they reach the Atlantic coast I actually just continued their journey westwards into the Americas himself and that these.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. and welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you and your Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well the manager we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had go ahead. right well in addition to my computer to chill right date there's a very evident that I created the first need to anywhere in the world which I would have used a question relate to my toilet closing like where you know they had beautiful clothes and it would save plus in addition to this they didn't that they and I and I was all horses have been found inside that this to the kite which is suggested to some that the dissidents domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that I would think to have created a stone tool technology which we as modern humans adult and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec hi and throughout the the the neolithic period right the right down to the actual blown such so little words it would seem as if the that the stunt told the wind in the the stunt Cape that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the coming of the pro side about five thousand years ago I might well have actually been given to us by the disciplines and that really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps hello this you don't have to write who sees Mike by lead NATO set neck tie the clothes they make very something spot in addition to the. this startled technologies very poor because he was you make it was a very beautiful wife creating some tolls and we could try they even mention the progress all of these particular types of stone tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains the divide I shot with Europe into Russia except when I show and then finally into Europe so we can say who benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years right and by virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the dissidents ended up a night and for me believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hi and welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you and your Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well an edger we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had to go ahead. right well in addition to making people chill right study there's a very evident that I created the first of needles anywhere in the world which I would have used a question like to untie the closing either that beautiful because it was a plus in addition to this the didn't that day and I and bonds all proceeds will be found inside that that is the kind which is suggested to some that the dissidents domesticated possibly even rubbed hoaxes but the most important thing is that I would think to have created a stone told technology which we as modern humans adult and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec hi and throughout the the the neolithic period right right down to the actual brown such so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone tools that when in the the sun kick that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the coming of the pro psyched about five thousand years ago I might well have actually been given to us by the disturbance not really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps how this you don't have to bridal sees Mike von need needles to create how to close in a meta very something spot in addition to the. this total technologies very poll because he was unique it was a very beautiful wife creating stung tolls and we can try. the yvolution the program all of these particular types of stone tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains the divide I shot with Europe into Russia in southwest Asia and then finally into Europe so we can say who benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years light by virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the Dennis ovens ended up a night and suddenly believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human hybrids but also in addition to the ice the oldest stone temple complex in the world the back contemporary in southeast Turkey I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all of the Dennis ovens and this is why I go back to temp pike east song sophisticated because it benefited from this knowledge. you would say they were then builders of civilizations weren't today. well yeah hello I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right you know I think we're dealing with something a lot more fun so I mean it's something that in the book Greg and are referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost a civilization of the mowing yeah so why you all to seizing the invisible world that carries this with the solar point a well that was saying to the foot of spirit and celestial beings I'm Paul Fleiss would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and I had a particular route notice the power saw was which seem to involves the milky white and certain what we call sort of guide or you know who league parks points only to the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a Ryan and once you hit the constellation of Orion with cheese but right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it split seemed so and that the soul would then be jobs now this is the song either of us of a dead person somebody who is to say all of the acts of the showman the shaman in order to spice of consciousness and that the old days was the afterlife profile all this guy well with a nice seems the Currys coincide with the group of stars no the sickness the celestial but this list you but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the full of a bird to enter into the next world these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes. in addition to the step found all of the Eurasian continent from from Europe to ancient Egypt India China and many other places it was same as if these ideas would universal at a very early age and all the indications are that they replied certainly before the end of the lost by such and what we do in the book is to show that these ideas almost certainly were inherited from the Dennis ovens. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they made it to North America how do you think they got here Richard. well the the most obvious on these through the the green Shia land bridge that links the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got this from the Los by side so that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have thing direct marathon journey from Asia minor and all island sent the stock show using the different Pacific islands and reaching South America and we can tell this because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America the head of what they call awestruck Melanie CM denied and this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been brought down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it would seem as if this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously would be yeah Southeast Asia. now I'm gonna ask you strange question but we're getting lots reports a big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures have been the same. firstly I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's far more paranormal at night Shia and these something which is not that size I you know I mean Tyson or a phone call into genetic you know I reach out from a mocking him enough from the guy or even the Denison box what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who happened let kids to do with extremely told people that live out from there on in very harsh environments the impact of state yeah they they that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about I saw like two groups openness ovens and at least some hail have become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot in other words the two some have become you have mixed together the memories of a lot of these native American paid so there is a relationship I think is indirect why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well you got out of the same question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago on the outs probably something to do with our when we the what the mail or we integrated put with them to such a degree that it just won't sit down their existence and so you only well next with hybrids yeah with the bite the hand that how Elizabeth high grades then this is then both in human hybrids already mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the tennis events because there are a large number of molten populations in different parts of the world mostly in the eastern and southeastern Asia that still tearing anything up to five to six percent in all of this of the day and night to die what this says gives us an idea of all these where exactly the hybrids for this incident ended up and it would seem as if they ate it up in remote areas like Australia places in Southeast Asia East Asia and and of course the Americas himself because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who have shown evidence all of this isn't the ani there it's quite sporadic the ma'am that in them you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have known but it does show a relationship to the to this event so we have to. start looking at that and so I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East did it come across from Southeast Asia all up and this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe notice the select trick my one of rage the east coast all what is to die the United States particularly in the area to Chesapeake by as early as twenty thousand years ago. a large number of a stone told was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake by which match almost exactly counterparts the the woman affected and found in spying I did from an effective even on on one car is one example the type of stars and can only be found in from which is you know in theory almost the yeah the smoking gun of of of as evidence that these people were writing the that the ice flows that existed at this point you know towards the end of the last ice age between let's buy the by at the sky you in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they would gradually moving further and further out until some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I'm not here the this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it. that still by what she promises to suggest the Europeans reach the Americas before I shouldn't papal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should relate to people's did actually reach the Americas via the the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early night possibly as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the solutions than second way before the risk of Christopher Columbus oh. tens of thousands of years I mean and what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually not of know if I should answer straight I would even European. in other words. they're on June at stop seed as far east Siberia and Mongolia on the bike push their way across Europe when they reach the Atlantic coast thanks she just continued their journey westwards into the Americas himself and that these people almost certainly had no for ideation ancestry so you have coming in from both the east and the west into America's. I should play pokes who crashed somewhere and you know we didn't probably North America initially but obviously with the other migrations of peoples probably going into South America specifically need a whole mix of people and this in many whites forms the genesis you know of the American people and this probably took place as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago a no Cuban even earlier..

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you Andrew Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well the manager we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had to go ahead. right well in addition to making beautiful jewelry die there is a very evidence that I created the first need to anywhere in the world which I would have used a question relates to my tireless closing either they had beautiful clothes and it would say plus in addition to this the didn't the CNI and bonds all horses have been found inside the Dennis of the chi which is suggested to some that the Dennis ovens domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that the ID would seem to have created a stone told technology which we as modern humans adult and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec content hi and throughout the the the neolithic period right the white down to the actual brown side so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone told when indeed the stun Cape that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the the coming of the prone sites about five thousand years ago I might well have actually been given to us by the Dennis ovens and not really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps told us you know how to right who sees Mike barmaid needles to tie the closing made a very subtle thing spot in addition to the. this startled technologies very poll because he was unique it was a very beautiful wife creating stunned tolls and we can try. the the evolution the progress all of these particular types of stone tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains the divide I shot with Europe into Russia in two separate I Shia and then finally into Europe so we can say who benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years light by virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the dissidents ended up I night and certainly believe saying that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human hybrids but also in addition to the ice the oldest stone temple complex in the world I go back to Ted party in southeast Turkey I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all of the Dennis ovens and this is why the big pizza pie is sung sophisticated because it benefited from this knowledge. you would say they were then builders of civilizations weren't today. well yeah hello I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right you know I think we're dealing with something a lot more facts so I mean it's something that in the book Greg and I referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost a civilization of the mowing yeah so why you all so using the invisible world that carries this with the solar point a well that was saying to the foot of spirit and celestial beings I'm Paul Fleiss would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and I had a particular route notice the power of the sols which seem to involves the milky white and certain what we call sort of guide or you know who leap off points also the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a role in and once you hit the constellation of Orion with cheese but right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it split seemed so and that the soul would then be jobs now this is the song either of us of a dead person somebody who is to say or the act of the showman the shaman in order to spice of consciousness and that the old days was the often life profile all this guy well with a nice seems to curry's coincide with the group of stars no the sickness the celestial but this list you but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the form of a bird to enter into the next world these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes but in addition to the staff found all of the Eurasian continent from from Europe to ancient Egypt India China and many other places it was same as if these ideas would universal at a very early on and all the indications are that they replied certainly before the end of the lost by such and what we do in the book is to show that these ideas almost certainly were inherited from the Dennis ovens. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they made it to North America how do you think they got here. well the the most of the a song is through the the bring Shia land bridge that links the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got this from the loft by sight so that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have seen direct marathon journey from aids my land all island sent the stock show using the different Pacific Carla and reaching South America and we can tell this because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America have what they call awestruck Melanie CM denied under this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been brought down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it would seem as if this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously with the yes after a side show. now I'm gonna ask you a strange question but we're getting lots reports of big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures have been the same. firstly I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's far more paranormal at night shop and these something which is not that size I you know I mean Tyson or a phone call into genetic yeah reach out from a modern human of from the guy or even the Denison box what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who happened let you to do with extremely told people that live out from there on in very harsh environments that impacted yeah they they that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about I saw like two groups openness of phones and at least some hail have become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot in other words the two some have become you have mixed together the memories of a lot of these nights of American paid so there is a relationship I think is indirect why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well I suppose you got out of the sign question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago on the outs probably something to do with our month we'd to what the mail or we integrated put with them to such a great that it just won't sit down their existence and so you only with lex with hybrids yeah with the light they need and that's how this isn't high grades then this is then both in human hybrids or a mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the Denisovans because there are a large number of mobile populations in different parts of the world mostly in the Eastern and southeast I show that still tearing anything up to five to six percent in all of this of the day and night to die what this side gives us an idea Ralph is where exactly the high grades also the Dennis's and ended up and it would seem as if they ended up in remote areas like Australia places in Southeast Asia East Asia Japan and of course the Americans themselves because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who have shown evidence all of this one day and night there it's quite sporadic the ma'am that in them you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have none but it does show a relationship to the distance and so we have to. start looking at that and so I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East did it come across from Southeast Asia all up and this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe noticed the select trick my well of rage the east coast all what is to die the United States particularly in the area to chose a paid by as early as twenty thousand years ago. a large number of a stone told was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake by which match almost exactly cancel pops the the woman affected I'm found in spying and in from an effective even on on one car is one example the type of stars and can only be found in front of me which is you know in theory most of the yeah the smoking gun of of of of evidence that these people were writing the that the I. slugs that existed at this point you know towards the end of the last ice age between let's buy the buy a piece you in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they would gradually moving further and further out until some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I must add here that this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it. it's been snatched all by white supremacists to suggest that Europeans reach the Americas before I shouldn't papal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should like to people's did actually reach the Americas via the the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early night possibly as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the selections and secondly we before a risk of Christopher Columbus oh okay transaction city is coming and what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually know of no I should answer straight I would even European. in other words. there aren't June let's stop seed as far east Siberia and Mongolia on the bike push their way across Europe when they reach the Atlantic coast thanks she just continued their journey westwards into the Americas himself and that these people almost certainly thank no I shouldn't ancestry so you have coming in from both the east and the west into America's. I should think polls somewhere and you know we didn't probably North America initially but obviously with the others migrations of peoples probably going into South America specifically need a whole mix of people and they say many Weiss forms the genesis you know of the American people and this probably took place as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago now keep an even earlier. our most anthropologists aware of the Denisovans. yes yeah I mean yeah the Dennis ovens he's big news I mean virtually every now. yeah this is a new press release relating to some new discovery I mean the very like to switch kind that only a couple weeks ago we like to to the idea that the stone told technologies which we ourselves you for your tens of thousands of years did actually come from the dinosaur bones and were given to us in the area of Mongolia Nova Mongolia just south.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you and your Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well the manager we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had go ahead. right well in addition to making P. to chill right study there's a very evident that I created the first I'll need to anywhere in the world which I would have used a question relate to my toilet closing where you know they had beautiful clothes and it would save plus in addition to this the the the and I and bonds all horses have been found inside that that is the kind which is suggested to some that the dissidents domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that I would think to create a stone tool technology which we as modern humans adult continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec hi and throughout the the the neolithic period right right down to the actual bullseye so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone tools that when in the some tape that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the the coming of the front sight about five thousand years ago I might well have actually been given to us by the disturbance not really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps hello this you don't have to write who sees bike but leave needles to how to close they may very something spot in addition to the. this total technology very poor because he was you make it was a very beautiful white of creating some tolls and we can try they even mention the progress all of these particular type system told from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains that divides I shot with Europe into Russia in southwest Asia and then finally into Europe so we can say that benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years right but but you of this we can help we have the knowledge the worst of all the disciplines ended up I might be believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human hybrids but also in addition to base the the stone temple complex in the world at the Beckley peptide in southeast Turkey I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all the disciplines and that this is why the big pizza pie is so sophisticated because it benefited from this knowledge and you would say they were then builders of civilizations one thing. yeah well I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right yeah I think we're dealing with something a lot more factual I mean it's something that in the book Greg and I referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost the civilization of the mowing yeah. hi all so you think the invisible well that this with excellent point well that was saying to the full of spirit and celestial beings I'm off white would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and that they had a particular route notice the pop star was which involves the milky white and certain what we call sort of guide or you know link points to the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a role and and once you hit the selection of a rhyme which is about right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it splits into the soul would then be jobs now this is the so either of of of a dead person somebody who is to say all of the acts of the showman the shaman the space of consciousness and that the other day was the afterlife all this guy well with a next thinks the Currys coincide with the group of stars no the sickness thank you but rescue but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the form of a bird to enter into the next world these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes but in addition to they stick around well the Eurasian continent from from Europe to mention Egypt India China and many other places it would seem as if these ideas we universal at a very early hi and all the indications are that they were in place certainly before the end of the lost by such and what we do in the book is to show that the site is almost certainly well inherited from the disturbance. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they mated to North America how do you think they got here and. well the the most obvious on these through the the bring Shia land bridge that link the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got the call that off by sight but that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have been direct marathon journey from Asia minor and all island sent the stock show using the different Pacific islands and reaching South America we can sell this because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America have what they call awestruck Melanie CM the NRA under this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been broke down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it would seem as if this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously would be yourself they start sure. now I'm gonna ask you strange question but we're getting lots reports of big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures have been the same. hopefully I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's horrible paranormal at night shop and these something which is not all that site I you know I mean hi should or some kind of genetic yeah reach out from among human of from the guy or even to this event Bob what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who have connections to do with extremely told people that live out from there on in very harsh environments that impacted yeah they they that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about I selected groups openness ovens and at least some help her become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot in other words the two some have become you have mixed together the memories of a lot of these native American paid so there is a relationship I think is in direct why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well you got out of the same question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago on the outside probably something to do with our month week of what the mail or we integrated but with them as such the gray but it just won't sit down their existence and tell you I'm really well next with high grades yeah with the right they yeah that's how it isn't quite great this is then button human hybrids or a mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the dissidents because there are a large number of mobile populations in different parts of the world mostly in the eastern and southeastern Asia that still correct anything up to five to six percent all of this of the day and night to die what this also gives us an idea of all these where exactly the hybrid also the Dennis's and ended up and it would seem as if they ended up in remote areas like Australia places in Southeast Asia East Asia and and of course the Americas himself because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who have shown evidence all of this one day and night yeah it's quite sporadic the ma'am that in them you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have known but it does show a relationship to the difficult so we have to. stop looking at that and I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East it come across from Southeast Asia all up and this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe notice the select trick my one of rich the X. cogs all what is the tie the United States particularly in the area to check the page hi as early as twenty thousand years ago. a large number of a stone tool was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake bond which match almost exactly helpful pop the the woman affected I'm found in spying I did phone and effective even on a one price one example the fourth of Stalin the only be found in the phone which is you know in theory almost the yeah the smoking gun of of of of evidence that these people were writing date that the I. slugs that existed at this point you know towards the end of the last ice age between that site the pirate bay sky in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they would gradually moving further and further out until some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I'm not here the this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it how come it's been snatched all by what he promises to suggest that Europeans reach the Americas before I should papal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should like to people's did actually reach the Americas via the the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early night possibly as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the solutions and second that way before a risk of Christopher Columbus oh tens of thousands of years I mean what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually know of no I should answer straight I would even European. in other words. they won't June let's stop seed of fall each answer the Siberia and Mongolia on the bike push their way across Europe when they reach the Atlantic coast but she just continued their journey westward into the Americas himself and that these people almost certainly no I shouldn't ancestry so you have coming in from both the east and the west into America's. 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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you Andrew Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well the manager we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had to go ahead. right well in addition to making beautiful jewelry study there is a very evidence that I created the first need to anywhere in the world which I would have used a question relate to my toilet closing where you know they had beautiful clothes that it was safe plus in addition to this the the the and I and bonds all horses have been found inside the Dennis of the kite which is suggested to some that the Dennis ovens domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that the I would think to create a sound told technology which we as modern humans a doctor and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec hi I'm throughout the the the neolithic period right the white down to the actual grown son so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone tools that when in the the sun care that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the coming on site about five thousand years to god might well have actually been given to us by the Dennis ovens and that really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps hello this is not how to right who sees might buy leave NATO set neck tie the clothes they made a very subtle thing spot in addition to the. this startled technologies very poll because he was you lake it was a very beautiful wife creating stunned tolls and we can try. the yvolution the progress all of these particular part system tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains the divide I shot with Europe into Russia except when I shop and then finally into Europe we can say who benefits eight from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years light and by virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the Dennis of and ended up a night and suddenly believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human point grades but also in addition to the ice the oldest stone temple complex in the world at the Beckley peptide in southeastern cake I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all the Dennis of a and that this is why the Beckley sampai is sung sophisticated because it benefited from this knowledge and you would say they were then builders of civilizations were today. well yeah I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right you know I think we're dealing with something a lot more fun so I mean it's something that in the book correct and are referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost the civilization of the mowing yeah so why you all so you think the invisible world that carries this with the soul of point well that was saying to the foot of spirit and celestial beings. why would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and I had a particular route notice the pop the Sauls which seem to involves the milky white and certain what we'd cold food guide all up you know league parks points also the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a Ryan and once you hit the constellation of Orion with cheese but right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it split seemed so and that the soul would then be charged now this is the sole either of us of the data from somebody who is to say all the art of the showman the shaman in the space of consciousness and that's the only day was the off the lot all this guy well with a next sings the chorus how inside with a group of stars no the sickness the celestial but lest you but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the form of a bird to enter into the next well yeah these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes. in addition to this that found what the ricin consonant from from Europe to ancient Egypt India China and many other places it would seem as if these ideas we universal at a very early hi and all the indications are that they replied certainly before the end of the lost ark Sarge and what we do in the book is to show that the site is almost certainly well inherited from the Dennis ovens. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they made it to North America how do you think they got here. well the the most of the assault these through the the green Shia land bridge that links the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got. hello spike sites but that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have thing direct marathon journey from eight the minds and all I had sent the stock show using the different Pacific Carla and reaching South America we can sell this because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America the help what Michael awestruck Melanie C. a B. N. night under this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been broke down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it was a mistake this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously would be yourself they start sure. now I'm gonna ask you a strange question but we're getting lots reports of big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures of been the same. hopefully I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's far more paranormal at night shop and these something which is not that size I you know what I mean hi should or a phone call into genetic yeah reach out from a mocking him enough from the guy or even in this offense Bob what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who happens thank you to do with extremely told people that live out from there on in very harsh environments that impacted yeah they they that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about I saw like two groups openness of buttons and at least some hail become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot another what's the truth some have become you have mixed together. embrace of a lot of these nights of American paid so there is a relationship I think is in direct why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well you got out of the site question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago on the outside probably something to do without one week of what the mail are we integrated put with them to such a great that it just won't sit down their existence and tell you only what lex with hybrids yeah with the night they yeah that's how Elizabeth high grades this is an buttons even point bridge over mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the tennis events because there are a large number of mobile population in different parts of the world mostly in the Eastern and southeast I show that still tearing anything up to five to six percent all this of the day and night to die what this side gives us an idea Ralph is where exactly the high grades also the Dennis's and ended up and it would seem as if they ended up in remote areas like Australia yeah places in Southeast Asia East Asia and and of course the Americas himself because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who has shot evidence all of this one day and night yeah it's quite sporadic the ma'am the end and you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have known but it does show a relationship to the to this is that so we have to. start looking at that and so I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East did it come across from Southeast Asia all up and this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe notice the symmetry my one of rich the east coast all what is to die the United States particularly in the area has a paid by as early as twenty thousand years ago. a large number of a stone told was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake by which match almost exactly cancel part the the woman affected and found in spying I did from an effective even on a one car is one example the fourth of stars and only be found in front of me which is you know in theory almost the yeah the smoking gun of of of of evidence that these people were writing date that the ox flaws that existed at this point you know towards the end of the lost eye sight between let's buy the buy a piece tie in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they will gradually moving further and further out until some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I'm not yeah the this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it how come it's been snatched all by white supremacists to suggest the Europeans reach the Americas before I should pay equal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should like to people's did actually reach the Americas via the the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early night possibly as early as twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the selections and secondly way before a risk of Christopher Columbus oh okay this is that the city is something I'm what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually know of no hi Xin ancestry I would even Europe there. in other words..

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12:25 min | 2 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you Andrew Collins with us live in the United Kingdom as well an edger we're talking about the denosse ovens and the kind of advancement that they might have had to go ahead. right well in addition to making beautiful jewelry study there is a very evidence that I created the first need to anywhere in the world which I would have used a question relates to my toilet closing either they had beautiful clothes and it would save plus in addition to this the didn't the the and I and bonds all horses have been found inside that then this is the tie which is suggested to some that the Dennis ovens domesticated possibly even rug hoaxes but the most important thing is that the heat would seem to have created a stone tool technology which we as modern humans adult and continue to use all the way down to the point of Quebec to tap chi and throughout the the the neolithic period right the white down to the actual brown side so in other words it would seem as if the the the stone told when indeed the stun Cape that we would use from about forty five thousand years ago all the way down to the the coming of the front sides about five thousand years to guard might well have actually been given to us by the Dennis ovens and not really big nose I mean not just from the fact that it indicates that they did give us the rudiments of civilization and perhaps told us you know how to right who sees Mike Bosnia NATO's to tie the closet may very focusing spot in addition to the. this startled technologies very poll because he was you know I think it was a very beautiful wife creating stunned tolls and we can try. the the evolution the progress all of these particular types of stone tools from the area of Siberia and Mongolia Westwood's. the Ural Mountains this divide I shot with Europe into Russia in southwest Asia and then finally into Europe so we can say who benefited from these traditions in Europe you know many tens of thousands of years light by virtue of this we can help we have the knowledge the wisdom of the dissidents ended up light and suddenly believing that there are certain cultures that almost certainly within seven human hybrids but also in addition to the ace the the stone temple complex in the world at the back contemporary in southeast Turkey I think was created by those who benefited from this knowledge and wisdom all of the Dennis ovens and this is why I go back to Ted pie is sung sophisticated because he benefited from this knowledge. you would say they were then builders of civilizations weren't today. well yeah hello I think we have to be careful not to say civilization in terms of citizen rise right you know I think we're dealing with something a lot more factual I mean it's something that in the book Greg and I referred to as the semantic civilization in other words it's almost the civilization of the mowing yeah so why you all so using the invisible world that carries this with this all the time a well that was saying to the foot of spirit and celestial beings pulse wise that would lead back to the source of creation itself which it would seem that I believe that that was among them among the stalls and I had a particular route notice the pop the Sauls which seem to involves the milk you why and certain what we call sort of guide or you know who leap off points on to the milky white which would be used during ceremonies and rituals that would eventually take this back to the source of creation I do think that that. begin with I journey to a Ryan and once you hit the constellation of Orion with cheese but right by the side of the milky white it was the lady that you would then journey all the way along the milky white to where it split seemed so and that the soul would then be jobs now this is the song either of us of a dead person somebody who is to say or the act of the showman the shaman in open space of consciousness and the the olden days was the often life profile all this guy well with a nice seems the Currys coincide with the group of stars no the sickness the celestial but lest you but being a symbol of the soul having taken the the the the form of a bird to enter into the next world these ideas are found throughout North America amongst as many as thirty to forty different tribes. in addition to the staff found what are the ricin consonant from from Europe to ancient Egypt India China and many other crises it would seem as if these ideas we universal at a very early on and all the indications are that they replied certainly before the end of the lost our sites and what we do in the book is to show that these ideas almost certainly were inherited from the Dennis ovens. there's no question that they had an influence around the planet and if they made it to North America how do you think they got here Richard. well the the most obvious on these through the the green Shia land bridge that links the Russian Far raced with Iraq's got this from the loft by sight but that's just one point of entry there seems to be good evidence that that might have thing direct marathon journey from these my land all island sent the stock show using the different Pacific islands and reaching South America we can sell this because recent genetic studies have shown that there are a number of different tribal peoples particularly in South America the have what they call awestruck Melanie CS denied under this seems to be isolated it doesn't seem to be something that's been broke down from somewhere like Alaska being carried very gradually downwards it would seem as if this is come directly across from its point of origin which most obviously would be yourself they start sure. now I'm gonna ask you a strange question but we're getting lots reports a big foot all around our country in North America might these creatures have been the same. hopefully I I don't think so I think the big foot is something that's far more paranormal at night shop and these something which is not that size I you know let me Tyson or a phone call I does genetic you dog reach out from a mocking him enough from the guy or even a Dennis a phone box what I can cite is that there are a large number of native American tribes who happened let you to do with extremely told the people that live out from there on in very harsh environments that impacted yeah the the that that communities in the parks and from their descriptions I would cite that we are talking about isolated groups openness ovens and at least some hail have become mistakenly connected with the appearance of big foot in other words the two some have become you don't mix together the memories of a lot of these nights of American paid so there is a relationship I think is indirect why would they have become extinct your what happened to them. well you got out of the side question of the Neanderthals why did the Neanderthals become extinct about thirty to forty thousand years ago on the outs probably something to do with our one week of what the mail or we integrated put with them to such a degree that it just won't sit down their existence and so you only well next with hybrids yeah with the light they yeah and that's how Elizabeth high grades then this is then both in human hybrids or a mixture of all one of the eight and a coke we know that we did integrate with the tennis events because there are a large number of molten populations in different parts of the world mostly in the Eastern and southeast I show that still tearing anything up to five to six percent in all of this of the day and night to die what this side gives us an idea of all cities where exactly the hybrids also the Dennis's and ended up and it would seem as if they ended up in remote areas like Australia places in Southeast Asia East Asia and and of course the Americas himself because there are certain tribes in both North America and South America who has shown evidence all of this one day and night there it's quite sporadic the ma'am that in them you know some people might have three percent of those within the site committee could have known but it does show a relationship to the distance and so we have to. start looking at that and so I will where did this come from did this come across the bridge a land bridge from the Russian Far East did it come across from Southeast Asia all up and this is the other possibility is that there is good evidence to suggest that I particular culture from south west Europe notice the select trick my one of rage the east coast all what is to die the United States particularly in the area to chose a paid by as early as twenty thousand years ACOG a large number of a stone tool was critically projectile points have been found in the air the Chesapeake by which match almost exactly counterparts the the woman affected I'm found in spying I did from an effective even on on one car is one example the type of stars and can only be found in front of me which is you know in theory most of the yeah the smoking gun of of of as evidence that these people were writing the that the ox flaws that existed at this point you know towards the end of the lost eye sight between let's buy the by at the sky you in in spying right the way across to the the Chesapeake by and that they would gradually moving further and further out and so some of the mighty all the way across the Americas now I'm not bad here the this is a very controversial subject and some of my colleagues will not even touch it how come it's been snatched up by what he promises to suggest the Europeans reach the Americas before I shin papal but this is complete nonsense because the the the evidence suggests that I shins did actually or I should like to people's did actually reach the Americas via though the Russian Far race and Alaska at a very early typos. he is he's twenty to thirty thousand years ago long before the possibility of the selections and secondly we before a risk of Christopher Columbus oh although this is tens of thousands of years I mean I'm what we what we also show is that there's every evidence that the select trims were actually know of no I should answer straight I would even European..

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11:23 min | 3 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KGO 810

"The American museum of natural history Erica very good evening to you published most recently in nature magazine which is the definitive scientific peer reviewed magazine for Europe matching science in America you publish an overview of where we are in the discovery of our ancestors and are super ancestors and most recently the turn the event that turns out this to an open discussion is a discovery of an older discovery an appeal in a cave in grease of fossils associated with very early homo sapiens up to two hundred and ten thousand years ago that strikes me as discontinuous with the generalities that I've read over the years as an amateur reader of Paley anthropology this would be the oldest discovery of homo sapiens in Europe is that correct Eric good evening to you yes good evening John what we have here is a finding which was made forty some odd years ago and recently reinterpreted both in terms of its age and its relationships to make it the earliest member of our species homo sapiens outside Africa because it's outside Africa seems especially significance why is that error well we know that much of human evolution took place on the African continent as far back as four or five million years ago for the earliest Osterloh paths later the origin of homo around two million years ago our own genius that group of species which includes home ASAP begins and then by about three hundred thousand years ago were slightly more in North Africa in South Africa and in central Africa Kenya we have evidence of fossils which we can place in our species as opposed to such species as the Neanderthals or homo erectus Java man the first time that any of those homo sapiens went outside Africa into the greater Eurasian continent is this new find from a PMR three size C. R. I. now I'm following your reporting here that there are three waves three big ways we can demonstrate out of Africa two million years ago homo erectus that job on that came out of Africa and spread across the Eurasian supercontinent then S. six eight hundred to six hundred thousand years ago Neander tall came out of Africa again and spread across that same continent the third wave is the one that's now in dispute is there a number that suits everyone for the third wave for the homo sapiens as you say I follow your pronunciation almost happens is there a is there an agreed upon number for when that happened well until now we thought it was around a hundred or maybe a hundred fifty thousand years ago this new find dates to at least two hundred ten thousand as you mentioned and says that some of the homo sapiens populations which had first appeared in Africa buy a three hundred thousand years ago moved out through the Middle East and spreading outward not because they were trying to get anywhere but perhaps they were following game or they were following climatic zones as they moved and we find them for the first time in Greece which makes sense it is after all the closest part of Europe to the Middle East which was in turn the pathway out of Africa there is a discovery and what is now Israel that dates I believe you said is tia yes we have the dates anywhere between five hundred and two hundred thousand years ago that is homo sapiens that's not very much out of Africa but that would be the same route taken by the I. P. Tamara homo sapiens correct yes but the question is is that tia fossel which is much less well preserved it's just the area of the forehead and the top of the orbits of the eye sockets and that's fossel which was found in the twenties has been a point of contention since then so some people say it's related to Neanderthals some people say it's related to the common ancestor of Neanderthals and home was sappy some people say well maybe it is home ASAP I preferred that last possibility but basically it has been studied in fact it was studied most recently but by one of my former PhD student Serra freed line who investigated it very carefully I'm sorry that it was not yet the most happiest however as it turned out the specimens that she compared it to are those which have now been recognized in Africa as dating to two hundred fifty to three hundred thousand years ago and all our home was sappy ends given that I suggest that we need to re evaluate the position of the city it's much closer to Africa but it could be much older the problem is we don't have a good date for it we're dating it based on the type of stone tools found with it rather than the date for a PMR which is based on radio metric that is radioactive decay process she's dating the actual fossils themselves I see there seems to be an advance here and your ability to be to date fossils and then you're making leaps and bounds so I want to ask one last as you make these corrections are you become more articulate do we describe here these out of Africa as in as migrations invasions and can we can we figure out why homo sapiens didn't succeed the first for the second or the third time are those questions answered know when they're very important questions that you raised because we have evidence that homo sapiens fossils were found in Greece as you said two hundred ten thousand years ago there's a more fragmentary piece of upper jaw in Israel dated between a hundred ninety five and a hundred seventy five thousand years ago there are many complete skulls and partial skeletons in Israel all cold homo sapiens identified as someone sat bian's there between a hundred twenty and ninety thousand years ago the question is did any of these early exits from Africa succeed or did day for whatever reason move out and then perhaps because they encountered Neanderthals and could not compete with them for food or because they could not deal with climatic change the last five hundred thousand or even million years has been a time of tremendous climatic fluctuations advances of glaciers retreats of glaciers were now in a time period of a retreat but in two thousand years ago glaciers covered New York City and fifty thousand years from now and less global warming makes that impossible the shoes will again expand and cover much of the northern hemisphere one detail it's in your article in nature magazine that we haven't mentioned yet is that the niece of a cave in Russia and the determination that that Denise of them discovered there is not continuous with Neander taller homo erectus or homo sapiens but is all by itself does that mean that did the seven came out of Africa as well well what's very interesting is the Guinea sevens are known by very few fossils but those fossils have yielded ancient DNA which allowed the molecular anthropologists who studied them to determine that they were not only a distinct species but that their closest relatives were Neanderthals so Denise Evans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor more recently then I was happy ends and the and tolls shared a common ancestor finally our happy yeah right because the because this is nothing the questions nothing questions that I'm controlling myself does this discovery in the opera dema Kay a Peter mackay does this open up the possibility that we don't have the full story is that what I am reading this as as a great question mark definitely there are always questions we always say let's find more fossils sometimes those fossils answer questions and just as often they raise new ones so that we want to find out why it is that homo sapiens did not succeed in western Europe in fact across most of Europe until about forty five thousand years ago they overlapped they co existed with me and it calls for a short time then there was inter breeding I understand we have DNA here today that is from the Neanderthals yes the suggestion is that all modern humans outside Africa have between one percent and five percent of our DNA inherited from the other calls some modern humans especially in Southeast Asia and Melanesia have Denise is an DNA and most recently there was found a draw on the Tibetan plateau at several thousand feet elevation which yielded not DNA but proteins that suggest it also was it in a seven and this in turn suggested perhaps to Denise Evans had genetic adaptations which allowed them and perhaps other modern humans to exist at high altitude but not all humans have mysteries of Peligro anthropology professor art doubts in is it Lehman college graduate center City University of New York is a researcher at the American museum of natural history writing.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The American museum of natural history Erica very good evening to you published most recently in nature magazine which is the definitive scientific peer reviewed magazine for Europe matching science in America you publish an overview of where we are in the discovery of our ancestors and are super ancestors and most recently the turn out the event that turns out of this to an open discussion is a discovery of an older discovery an appeal in a cave in grease of fossils associated with very early homo sapiens up to two hundred and ten thousand years ago that strikes me as discontinuous with the generalities that I've read over the years as an amateur reader of Paley anthropology this would be the oldest discovery of homo sapiens in Europe is that correct Eric good evening to you yes good evening John what we have here is a finding which was made forty some odd years ago and recently reinterpreted both in terms of its age and its relationships to make it the earliest member of our species homo sapiens outside Africa because it's outside Africa seems especially significance why is that error well we know that much of human evolution took place on the African continent as far back as four or five million years ago for the earliest Osterloh paths later the origin of homo around two million years ago our own genius the group of species which includes home ASAP begins and then by about three hundred thousand years ago were slightly more in North Africa in South Africa and in central Africa Kenya we have evidence of fossils which we can place in our species as opposed to such species as the Neanderthals or homo erectus Java man the first time that any of those home of sappy ends went outside Africa into the greater Eurasian continent is this new find from a PMR I see all right now I'm following your reporting here that there are three ways three big ways we can demonstrate out of Africa a two million years ago homo erectus Java man came out of Africa and spread across the Eurasian supercontinent then as six eight hundred to six hundred thousand years ago Neander tall came out of Africa again and spread across that same continent the third wave is the one that's now in dispute is there a number that suits everyone for the third wave for the homo sapiens as you say I follow your pronunciation almost happens is there a is there an agreed upon number for when that happened well until now we thought it was around a hundred or maybe a hundred fifty thousand years ago this new find dates to at least two hundred ten thousand as you mentioned and says that some of the homo sapiens populations which had first appeared in Africa by three hundred thousand years ago moved out through the Middle East and spreading outward not because they were trying to get anywhere but perhaps they were following game or they were following climatic zones as they moved and we find them for the first time in Greece which makes sense it is after all the closest part of Europe to the Middle East which was in turn the pathway out of Africa there is a discovery and what is now Israel that dates I believe you said is tia yes we have the dates anywhere between five hundred and two hundred thousand years ago that is homo sapiens that's not very much out of Africa but that would be the same route taken by the I. Pete amma kama sap it's correct yes but the question is is that tia fossel which is much less well preserved it's just the area of the forehead and the top of the orbit of the eye sockets and that's fossel which was found in the twenties has been a point of contention since then so some people say it's related to Neanderthals some people say it's related to the common ancestor of Neanderthals and how was that begins some people say well maybe it is almost up I preferred that last possibility but basically it has been studied in fact it was studied most recently but by one of my former PhD student Serra freed line who investigated it very carefully and thought that it was not yet the most obvious however as it turned out the specimens that she compared it to are those which have now been recognized in Africa as dating to two hundred fifty to three hundred thousand years ago and our home was sappy ins given that I suggest that we need to re evaluate the position of the TIA it's much closer to Africa but it could be much older the problem is we don't have a good date for it we're dating it based on the type of stone tools found with it rather than the date for a PMR which is based on radio metric that is radioactive decay process he's dating the actual fossils themselves I see this seems to be an advance here and your ability to be a to date fossils and then you're making leaps and bounds so I want to ask one last as you make these corrections are you become more articulate do we describe here these out of Africa as in as migrations invasions and can we can we figure out why homo sapiens didn't succeed the first for the second or third time are those questions answered know when they're very important questions that you raised because we have evidence that homo sapiens fossils were found in Greece as you said two hundred ten thousand years ago there's a more fragmentary piece of upper jaw in Israel dated between a hundred ninety five and a hundred seventy five thousand years ago there are many complete scrolls and partial skeletons in Israel all cold homo sapiens identified as homeless out bian's there between a hundred twenty and ninety thousand years ago the question is did any of these early exits from Africa six seed or did day for whatever reason move out and then perhaps because they encountered Neanderthals and could not compete with them for food or because they could not deal with climatic change the last five hundred thousand or even million years has been a time of tremendous climatic fluctuations advances of glaciers recreates of glaciers were now in a time period of a retreat but twenty thousand years ago glaciers covered New York City and fifty thousand years from now and less global warming makes that impossible shoes will again expand and cover much of the northern hemisphere one detail that's in your article in nature magazine that we haven't mentioned yet is that the niece of a cave in Russia and the determination that that the niece of them discovered there is not continuous with Neanderthal homo erectus or homo sapiens but is all by itself does that mean that did the seven came out of Africa as well well what's very interesting is Denise ovens are known by very few fossils but those fossils have yielded ancient DNA which allowed the molecular anthropologists who studied them to determine that they were not only a distinct species but that their closest relatives were Neander tall so Denise Evans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor more recently then I was happy ends and the other calls share a common ancestor finally our yeah right because because this is nothing the questions nothing questions that I'm controlling myself does this discovery in the opposite dema Kay a Peter mackay does this open up the possibility that we don't have the full story is that what I am reading this as as a great question mark definitely there are always questions we always say let's find more fossils sometimes those fossils answer questions and just as often they raise new ones so that we want to find out why it is that homo sapiens did not succeed in western Europe in fact across most of Europe until about forty five thousand years ago they overlapped they coexisted with me and it calls for a short time then there was inter breeding I understand we have DNA here today that is from the Neanderthals yes the suggestion is that all modern humans outside Africa have between one percent and five percent of our DNA inherited from Neanderthals some modern humans especially in Southeast Asia and Melanesia have Ginni Susan DNA and most recently there was found a draw on the Tibetan plateau at several thousand feet elevation which yielded not DNA but proteins that suggest it also was it in a seven and this in turn suggested perhaps to Disney sevens have genetic adaptations which allowed them and perhaps other modern humans to exist at high altitude did not all humans have mysteries of Peligro anthropology professor act out some is at Lehman college graduate center City University of New York is a researcher at the American museum of natural history writing most recently in nature magazine about a new discovery.

nature magazine American museum of natural Erica three hundred thousand years two million years hundred seventy five thousand two hundred ten thousand years hundred fifty thousand years six hundred thousand years two hundred thousand years forty five thousand years ninety thousand years twenty thousand years fifty thousand years five million years ten thousand years million years thousand feet five percent one percent
"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:31 min | 3 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You David? Well, we're doing fine except for slip. Sliding on the ice. Boston is finally hit winter and slippery. All right. Let's get going. We've got a lot of family. He swore news this week where do you wanna start? Well, this goes back about forty five thousand years ago. So it's all news. Good news. A new report from the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences proven that we actually have worn the Android Paul and our roots that we had previously thought they thought that the DNA of wiped it out. Nope. This new report says. There's a lot of it's still hanging around so fish, if you ever meet people that can climb the heck out of trees, you now know why? Yeah. They're saying we're just not losing our Neanderthal DNA from back then. That's very true. I think it's funny because my half sister. And I compared our results from of course, Twenty-three me, we'll give you that percentage. And she had more than me. And I said, well, you know, you were better climbing. There you go where we're going to go nexus back to the Korean war where twenty one year old norm van swan that then he walked by Nash cannon, well, kicked up a baby. This baby was half, Crean and half. Occasion was abandoned. Apparently, the homes that took in orphans did not take this blue eyed blond cheer, baby. Guess what they've been reunited sixty odd years later rate story on extreme genes. Yeah. This guy is in his sixties, and now has met this man who rescued him in his eighties and that whole crew took care of this baby. They had to get Richard Nixon who was then vice president to get a visa issued for this baby. So they could bring them back to the United States, and he'd be adopted, and that's how it worked out. So this baby was on the ship and taken care of four months. Exactly. So they're ported immigration was a US point Cruz in the crew became surrogate dads to this little baby. Unbelievable. Great story. Well, you know, identical twins. You'd think that their DNA is to match up one hundred percent now that's not the case. In fact, in all cases in a story, you'll find on extreme jeans, it talks about how there are actual differences on identical twins case by case. There may be a little bit different on different testing companies, but you will still find a different there's no mirror image. Isn't that? Amazing. Yeah. They're off just a little bit on each of the test. And they did like five of them each. Well, it just goes to show that you get a little bit different from mom and dad. Yep. That's right. Well, I'll tell you. I got a great PDF file used to say get a letter in the mail mouse, PDF file from the archives and Antero. My grandfather was previously married, and I know that he had to get a divorce and this divorce file had a big surprise. A photograph of them in nineteen nineteen when he was eighteen he sent as proof that it was him when he was filing for divorce when he was here in Massachusetts. Now. Wait a minute. This was in the fifties. Correct. So this is a picture of him. He looks like he could have joined Capone's gang. He has a long overcoat fedora and holding a cigarette. But he's eighteen years old nineteen nineteen written on the back of the texture. And this was in his divorce files got married when they went to Niagara Falls on a whim. I love that. Great story. All right. Great fine. David you don't over the weekend. I decided I was going to see a movie and originally it was going to be Mary Poppins, but I held on that. Because there was a limited engagement, and I got the last ticket for they shall not grow old. We talked about this before and the Peter Jackson movie. He did is he was contacted by the British war museum. They wanted to do something different for the centennial. So he went through thousands of hours of silent film footage from World War One colorized it now this is a better colorization that what Ted Turner did back in the eighties. Yeah. So you know, when you watch old silent movies, and they go really fast. Sure. A really slow. He's extol the timing on it. But he added in the. Voices of hundreds of former World War One veterans that had been interviewed on BBC back in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So they narrate the story. It's seamless. He's added the sound of cannons. It's great because they read the lips of some of the veterans on the silent movies and filled in what they probably were saying, isn't that amazing isn't that fun? So you could actually kinda get a taste of the conversations on the battlefield more than one hundred years ago. So they grow old if it comes to a theater near you. It's a limited engagement is. Well worth the wait. I never thought I'd go see a documentary in a theater, but I did. And I enjoyed it. I'll blow your spotlight this week shines on Zoe zoey has an interesting blog where she talks about her own genealogical in DNA research as well. As her passion for old Hollywood. She is a nineteen thirties film fan. So who knows maybe she's got some connection with seeing a movie your mom was in fish true. That's possible in the forties. Yeah. So zest, easy dot WordPress dot. Dot com and you'll find her stories that are entertaining. She might be a fun guest to have on the show eventually down the road. And of course, down the road. If you're finding yourself in Beantown stop at the New England, historic genealogical society, we've been here for a hundred and seventy four years, and we'd love to have you come in the door. And if you can virtually visit us, you can go to American ancestors, and you can join by using the code extreme and save twenty dollars on membership. Well Beckham I skated on the streets of Boston. I just wanted to check in and give you the news this week. All right. Thanks so much, David. We'll talk again next week and coming up next. I'm going to talk to Tyler Staley, he's with roots tech. And there's a lot to cover about what's going to happen at the world's largest family history conference coming up in a very short while that's in three minutes on extreme.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WRKO AM680

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05:31 min | 3 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"You David? Well, we're doing fine except for slip. Sliding on the ice. Boston is finally hit winter and slippery. All right. Let's get going. We've got a lot of family. He swore news this week where do you wanna start? Well, this one goes back about forty five thousand years ago. So it's all news. But good news. Yes. A new report from the proceedings of the National Academy. Scientists has proven that we actually have more Neanderthal and our roots that we had previously thought they thought that the DNA of the homeless. Wiped it out. Nope. This new report says there's a lot of it's still hanging around. So if you ever meet people that can climb the heck out of trees, you now know why they're saying we're just not losing our Neanderthal DNA from back then. That's very true. I think it's funny because my house, and I compared our results from of course, Twenty-three me, we'll give you that percentage. And she had more than me. And I said, well, you know, you were better climbing. There you go where we're going to go next is back to the Korean war where twenty one year old norm van Sloan that then he walked by Nash cannon, well, kicked up a baby. This baby was half Korean and half Cajun was abandoned. Apparently, the homes that took in orphans did not take this blue eyed, blond hair, baby. Guess what they've been reunited sixty odd years later rate story on extreme genes. Yeah. This guy is in his sixties, and now has met this man who rescued him in his eighties and that whole crew took care of this baby. They had to get Richard Nixon who was then vice president to get a visa issued for this baby. So they could bring them back to the United States, and he'd be adopted, and that's how it worked out. So this baby was on the ship and taken care of four months. Exactly. So they're ported immigration was the US point Cruz and the crew became surrogate dads to this little baby. Unbelievable. Great story. Well, you know, identical twins. You'd think that the DNA is going to match up one hundred percent now that's not the case. In fact, in all cases in a story, you'll find on extreme jeans, it talks about how there are actual differences on identical twins case by case. There may be a little bit different on different testing companies, but you will still find a different there's no mirror image. Isn't that? Amazing. Yeah. They're off just a little bit on each of the tests, and they did like five of them each. Well, it just goes to show that you get a little bit different from and dad. Yep. That's right. Well, I'll tell you. I got a great PDF file used to say you get a letter in the mail now PDF file from the archives and Ontario. My grandfather was previously married, and I know that he had to get a divorce, and well, this divorce file had a big surprise. A photograph of him in nineteen nineteen when he was eighteen and he sent as proof that it was him when he was filing for divorce when he was here in Massachusetts. Now. Wait a minute. This was in the fifties. Correct. So this is a picture of him. He looks like he could have joined Capone's gang. He has a long overcoat fedora and holding a cigarette. But he's eighteen years old nineteen nineteen written on the back of the picture. And this was in his divorce filed married when they went to Niagara Falls on a whim. I love that. Great story. All right. Great fine. David over the weekend. I decided I was going to see a movie and originally it was going to be Mary Poppins, but I held on that because there was a limiting gauge, and I got the last ticket for they shall not grow old. We talked about this for foreigners. Peter Jackson movie. He did is he was contacted by the British war museum. They wanted to do something different for the centennial. So he went through thousands of hours of silent film footage from World War One colorized it now this is a better colorization that what Ted Turner did back in the s. Yeah. So, you know, we you watch old silent movies, and they go really fast. Sure. A really slow. He's all the timing on it. But he added in the voices of hundreds of former World War One. Veterans that had been interviewed on BBC back in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So they narrate the story. It's seamless. He's added the sound of tannin's. It's great because they read the lips of some of the veterans on the silent movies in filled in what they probably were saying, isn't that amazing isn't that fun? So you can actually kinda get a taste of the conversations on the battlefield more than one hundred years ago. So they shall not grow old if it comes to a theater near you. It's a limited engagement is. Well worth the wait. I never thought I'd go see a documentary and ace theater, but I did. And I enjoyed it. Spotlight this week shines on Zoe zoey has an interesting blog where she talks about her own genealogical in DNA research as well. As her passion for old Hollywood. She is a nineteen thirties film fan. So who knows maybe she's got some connection with seeing a movie your mom was in fish true. That's possible in the forties. Yeah. So zesty, easy dot WordPress dot com, and you'll find her stories that are entertaining. He might be a fun guest on the show eventually down the road. And of course, down the road. If you're finding yourself in Beantown stop into the New England historic genealogical society, we've been here for one hundred and seventy four years, and we'd love to have you come in the door. And if you can virtually visit us, you can go to American ancestors, and you can join by using the code extreme and save twenty dollars on membership. Well Beckham ice skating on the streets of Boston. I just wanted to check in and give you the news this week. All right. Thanks so much, David. We'll talk to you again next week and coming up next. I'm going to talk to Tyler Staley. He's with roots tech. And there. There's a lot to cover about what's going to happen at the world's largest family history conference coming up in a very short while that's in three minutes on extreme jeans,.

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"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:31 min | 3 years ago

"about forty five thousand year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You David? Well, we're doing fine except for slip. Sliding on the ice. Boston is finally hit winter and slippery. All right. Let's get going. We got a lot of family. He swore news this week where do you wanna start? Well, this one goes back about forty five thousand years ago. So it's all news. Good news. Yes. A new report from the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences has proven that we actually have worn the Andrew tall and our roots. Now, we had previously thought they thought that the DNA of the homeless APN said wiped. Out. Nope. This new report says there's a lot of it's still hanging around. So if you ever meet people that can climb the heck out of trees, you now know why they're saying we're just not losing our Neanderthal DNA from back then. Yeah. It's very true. I think it's funny because my half sister. And I compared our results from Chris Twenty-three me, we'll give you that percentage. And she had more than me. And I said, well, you know, you were better climbing. There you go where we're going to go next is back to the Korean war where twenty one year old norm van Sloan that then he walked by Nash cannon, well, kicked up a baby. This baby was half, Korean and half talk. Asian was abandoned apparently the homes that took in orphans did not take this blue eyed, blond hair, baby. Guess what they've been reunited sixty odd years later rate story on extreme genes. Yeah. This guy is in his sixties, and now has met this man who rescued him in his eighties and that whole crew took care of this baby. They had to get Richard Nixon who was then vice president to get a visa issued for this baby. So they could bring them back to the United States, and he'd be adopted, and that's how it worked out. So this baby was on the ship and taken care of four months. Exactly. So they're port of immigration was a US point Cruz and the crew became surrogate dads to this little baby. Unbelievable. Great story. Well, you don't identical twins. You'd think that their DNA is gonna match up one hundred percent now, that's not the case. In fact, in all cases, the story you'll find on extreme jeans, it talks about how there are actual differences on identical twins case by case. There may be a little bit different on different testing companies, but you will still find a different there's no mirror image. Isn't that? Amazing. Yeah. They're off just a little bit on each of the tests, and they did like five of them each. Well, it just goes to show that you get a little bit different from him and dad. Yep. That's right. Well, I'll tell you. I got a great PDF file used to say you get a letter in the mail now PDF file from the archives in Ontario. My grandfather was previously married, and I know that he had to get a divorce and this divorce file had a big surprise. A photograph of them in nineteen nineteen when he was eighteen that he sent as proof that it was him when he was filing for divorce when he was here in Massachusetts. Now. Wait a minute. This was in the fifties. Correct. So this is a picture of it looks like he could have joined Capone's gang. He has a long overcoat fedora and holding a cigarette. But he's eighteen years old nineteen nineteen written on the back of the picture. And this was in his divorce file married when they went to Niagara Falls on a whim. I love that. Great story. All right. Great fine. David you over the weekend. I decided I was going to see a movie and originally it was going to be Mary Poppins, but I held on that. Because there was a limited engagement, and I got the last ticket for they shall not grow old. We talked about this before and Peter Jackson movie. He did is he was contacted by the British war museum. They wanted to do something different for the centennial. So he went through thousands of hours of silent film footage from World War One and colorized it now this is a better colorization that what Ted Turner did back in the eighties. Yeah. So you know, when you watch old silent movies, and they go really fast. Sure. A really slow. He's all the timing on it. But he added in the voices of hundreds of former World War One. Veterans that had been interviewed on BBC back in the nineteen sixties and seventies. So they narrate the story. It's seamless. He's added the sound of cannons. It's great because they read the lips of some of the veterans on the silent movies and built in what they probably were saying, isn't that amazing isn't that fun? So you could actually kinda get a taste of the conversations on the battlefield more than one hundred years ago. So they shall not grow old if it comes to a theater near you. It's a limited engagement is. Well worth the wait. I never thought I'd go see a documentary and a theater, but I did. And I enjoyed it. I'll blogger spotlight this week shines on Zoe zoey has an interesting blog where she talks about her own genealogical DNA research as well. As her passion for old Hollywood. She is a nineteen thirties film fan. So who knows maybe she's got some connection with seeing a movie your mom was in fish true. That's possible in the forties. Yeah. So zest, easy dot WordPress dot com, and you'll find her stories that are entertaining. He might be a fun guest on the show eventually down the road. And of course, down the road. If you're finding yourself in Beantown stop into the New England historic geological society, we've been here for a hundred and seventy four years, and we'd love to have you come in the door. And if you can visit us, you can go to American ancestors, and you can join by using the code extreme and save twenty dollars on membership. Well Beckham ice skating on the streets of Boston. I just wanted to check in and give you the news this week. All right. Thanks so much, David. We'll talk to you again next week and coming up next. I'm gonna talk to Tyler Staley, he's with roots tech. And there's a lot to cover about what's going to happen at the world's largest family history conference coming up in a very short while that's in three minutes on.

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