Dr. Christopher Dyer: Anthropological Studies On Sasquatch


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Dr. Christopher Dyer
Anthropological Studies On Sasquatch

When:
Saturday, November 18, 2017 @ 12:00pm – 2:30pm
FREE ADMISSION!
Special announcements @ 12:15pm
Speaker discussion begins @ 12:30pm

Where: North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center | Room 4
7521 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113
Cross street: Wyoming, North of Paseo

For more info, please visit NMUPF | Our Monthly and Annual Events

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Chinua Achebe: Why he was one of the world’s most important modern writers


‘Things Fall Apart’ author recognized in Google Doodle

By creating a doodle marking what would have been Achebe’s 87th birthday, the tech giant is celebrating a writer many consider to be the father of modern African literature.

Read more about Chinua Achebe via Chinua Achebe: Why he was one of the world’s most important modern writers | The Independent

Linda & Richard Smith ~ 09/30/17 ~ Cosmos Connection ~ Revolution Radio ~ Hosts Theresa J. Morris & Janet Kira Lessin


My wife Linda will be talking about her new forthcoming book “The Kings Are Coming”.

Source: Linda & Richard Smith ~ 09/30/17 ~ Cosmos Connection ~ Revolution Radio ~ Hosts Theresa J. Morris & Janet Kira Lessin

North Korea conducts 6th nuclear test, sets off earthquake


South Korea’s military says North Korea is believed to have conducted its sixth nuclear test

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said it set off a hydrogen bomb Sunday in its sixth nuclear test, which judging by the earthquake it set off appeared to be its most powerful explosion yet.

Source: North Korea conducts 6th nuclear test, says it was H-bomb – – CenturyLink

Words That Originated In Literature | Merriam-Webster


A single author created them, but the public adopted them.

Example: Cyberspace and other cyber-prefixed words find their origin in cybernetics (“the science of communication and control theory that is concerned especially with the comparative study of automatic control systems (such as the nervous system and brain and mechanical-electrical communication systems)” and derive from the Greek verb kybernan (“to steer or govern”).

Source: Words That Originated In Literature | Merriam-Webster

Black is an invisible colour | Monkeywrenching


https://nandor.net.nz/2017/07/17/black-is-an-invisible-colour/

So, June Carter was actually a home wrecker.

“Suddenly the treatment of Vivian makes complete sense. In the world of American Country music, of course the black woman is the villain of the story – even when her husband leaves her and her four daughters for another woman. June and John are considered one of the most iconic couples in country music history, and no black woman is going to undermine that narrative. Her character has to be destroyed. But even that is not enough. Her very identity is robbed from her, made invisible by whitewash.”

Could the Ark Described at Edessa Be the Biblical Ark of the Covenant?


Source: Could the Ark Described at Edessa Be the Biblical Ark of the Covenant? | Ancient Origins

The Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: Were Humans the First? Part 3: Science in Antiquity


Source: The Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: Were Humans the First? Part 3: Science in Antiquity | Ancient Origins

1,200-Year-Old Mummies of Adult and Baby Found Cocooned in Copper, Fur and Bark in Siberian Permafrost


Source: 1,200-Year-Old Mummies of Adult and Baby Found Cocooned in Copper, Fur and Bark in Siberian Permafrost | Ancient Origins

The Greatest Discovery Never Made – Ancient Civilizations Thrived With NO Ruling Elite


Yup, the Shetu Regime was definitely at it again…

“… a psychopath named Sargon of Akkad murdered the existing king, seized power, and conquered 21 thriving and successful cities in Mesopotamia, cities that had operated without top down control by a ruling elite, but by bottom up organization – something at which people naturally excel.”

Source: The Greatest Discovery Never Made – Ancient Civilizations Thrived With NO Ruling Elite | Ancient Origins