Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past. – George Orwell 1984
I marvel at the simple-minded idiocy that equates disliking a flag associated with a perverse system of racial intimidation, hatred, oppression and subjugation with being some kind of bizarro-world reverse-racism against white people. Apparently, caring about people over the morally bankrupt symbology of traitors and a society of slavers makes one a “rascist” as the sad meme […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Luke Harding, from The Guardian, on Timbuktu mayor: Mali rebels torched library of historic manuscript: Islamist insurgents retreating from Timbuktu set fire to a library containing thousands of priceless historic manuscripts, according to the Saharan town's mayor, in an incident he described as a "devastating blow" to world heritage. Hallé Ousmani Cissé told […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
From NOAA, BOEM: Historic, 19th century shipwreck discovered in northern Gulf of Mexico: During a recent Gulf of Mexico expedition, NOAA, BOEM and partners discovered an historic wooden-hulled vessel which is believed to have sunk as long as 200 years ago. Scientists on board the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer used underwater robots with lights and high definition […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Darwin and the Right February 11, 2009Alvaro Vargas Llosa WASHINGTON—Polls, particularly in the United States, tell us that many conservatives still distrust Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. The bicentennial of his birth should be a fitting occasion for the right to take another look at a man who contributed immensely to some ideas that it […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Albert Jay Nock and Alternative History November 1, 2008Joseph R. Stromberg Albert Jay Nock (1870–1945) was a leading ideologist of the Old Right, a loose collection of individualist intellectuals, journalists, and a few politicians who opposed the growth of government in the first half of the twentieth century. Nock’s writing appeared in the Nation, the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
James Owens of National Geographic News on DNA Varies More Widely From Person to Person, Genetic Maps Reveal: Scientists say that surprisingly many large chunks of human DNA differ among individuals and ethnic groups. The research also suggests that humans have less DNA in common with chimpanzees, our closest living relative, than is widely supposed. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Nicholas Wade of The New York Times on DNA Study Yields Clues on First Migration of Early Humans: By studying the DNA of an ancient people in Malaysia, a team of geneticists says it has illuminated many aspects of how modern humans migrated from Africa. The geneticists say there was only one migration of modern […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Associated Press on Palace unearthed: ARCHEOLOGISTS have unearthed the site of Genghis Khan's palace and believe the long-sought grave of the 13th-century Mongolian warrior is somewhere nearby, the head of the excavation team said yesterday. A Japanese and Mongolian research team found the complex on a grassy steppe 250km east of the Mongolian capital of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
White Slavery, Maternal Descent, And The Politics Of Slavery In The Antebellum United States Originally Presented At University Of Nottingham Institute For The Study Of Slavery by Lawrence R. Tenzer , Ed.D. and A.D. Powell July/August 2004 When one thinks of slavery in America, images of black and brown people come to mind. A little-known […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Blue-eyed, blond Jamaicans claims Scottish ancestry Sunday, November 12, 2000 by MATTHEW J. ROSENBERG Old-timers around Treasure Beach, where there are many Jamaicans with blue eyes, blond hair, and freckles, agree this place has a Scottish past. But how it came about, no one can say. Popular legend holds that sometime in Jamaica's colonial past, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.