people by the scooooore …
or not. I get my coffees and multis* mixed up sometimes (makes for some interesting beverages). In the meantime, you poor thing—
Take a pinch of white man
Wrap it up in black skin
Add a touch of blue blood
And a little bitty bit of Red Indian boy
Preferably not; for we racists it spells angst and possibly doom. But that’s the way of it ever since ol’ God programmed genes to be interchangeablish—
His antiquity has since ensured his importance to historians and scientists who study how the British Isles were populated – a topic that went viral last week when geneticists published new research that showed the young man would have had black hair, blue eyes – and dark skin.
A great many widely held – but incorrect – assumptions about the expected pale-skinned, fair-featured nature of Britain’s founders were promptly overturned, to the rage of some commentators and the joy of many …
read more: CLICK HERE
—back to the drawing board then.
SO, THE MECHANISMS?
How about those cranks who think the world was different a few thousand years ago, pre and post asteroidal/cometary/space-thing impacts?
—climates too, I believe. When ice-ages melted it fair raised sea levels worldwide (four hundred feet, we’re told). Quite enough to create change … do the cranks (sans ‘space aliens’) have a point? Don’t ask me … I’m still in shock from being told that Australian Aborigines have been dwelling quietly out of sight in Ozz for tens of thousands of years longer than possible. (Okay, longer than than we were taught.)
You’ll be telling me next that ‘man’ has been in the Americas longer than the ten, eleven, thirteen thousand years the Bering Land Bridge entitled him to (must’ve been smuggled across by those space aliens too).
… British men and women of today. We are not a nation of farmers … but can trace our ancestry to nomadic hunters, who – 300 generations ago – carved antlers to make harpoons for fishing, used bows and arrows, and trained dogs…
Wow. Being English I identify with dogs, and have used a bow and arrow (once. Still looking for that blasted arrow …) so it must all be true:
All of us—
… except for some …
Try this as a creamer…