Walter Ashby Plecker was unassuming in appearance: a small-town doctor whose penchant for number-crunching earned him the position of registrar in Virginias Bureau of Vital Statistics in 1912. But appearances were indeed deceiving. With Plecker at the helm, the bureau went on an all-out war against “amalgamation”.
Its ‘pseudo science’: Motshekga stands by his views on Homo naledi – Mathole Motshekga (GCIS)
Pictured here is the South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as he allows himself to be used as a psyche ops object for Aryan supremacy masquerading as scientific theory. Here he supposedely “gets up close and personal on Thursday with the skull of a new human-like species discovered in a burial chamber deep in a cave system in South Africa.”
Cinnamon Improves Glucose and Lipids of People With Type 2 Diabetes
Alam Khan, MS, PHD123, Mahpara Safdar, MS12, Mohammad Muzaffar Ali Khan, MS, PHD12, Khan Nawaz Khattak, MS12 and Richard A. Anderson, PHD3
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Cahokia, Illinois is the home of the largest pyramid in North America. According to Dr. Kaba Hiawatha Kemene (Dr. Booker T. Coleman) the Mississippi River was to America what the Nile River was to Africa and that there were 110 pyramids along the Mississippi. Indian “mounds” are the remnants of pyramids.
One of the most prestigious academic journals devoted to Shakespearean authorship studies has just added a new candidate to the centuries-old debate about who else plausibly might have written the works we associate with the little-educated merchant and actor from Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Terpenes, essential oils found in cannabis which give the plant its unique aroma, are particularly compelling. A study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology states that terpenoids are “pharmacologically versatile: they are lipophilic, interact with cell membranes, neuronal and muscle ion channels, neurotransmitter receptors, G-protein coupled (odorant) receptors, second messenger systems and enzymes.”