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French-Designed Car Runs on Compressed Air and will be produced by Tata Motors

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What seemed like a pipe dream may soon become reality as Frenchman Guy Negre hopes versions of his compressed air car will be produced in India this year by Tata Motors Ltd after a 15 year quest for backers for his invention. Negre believes the time is right for his design with oil prices at record highs and pressure on carmakers to improve the fuel efficiency of their vehicles. “It is clear... 

Chinese Skull Find Puts ‘Out of Africa’ Theory in Question

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Chinese archaeologists have uncovered a 100,000- year-old fossilized human skull in central China which may throw new light on the origins of the human race, national media said on Thursday. The well-preserved skull was found in the central Chinese province of Henan, and Chinese scientists say it could disprove the widely-held theory that Homo sapiens originated in Africa. The majority of Chinese... 

Tiny genetic differences have huge consequences

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Dr. Jacek Majewski A study led by McGill University researchers has demonstrated that small differences between individuals at the DNA level can lead to dramatic differences in the way genes produce proteins. These, in turn, are responsible for the vast array of differences in physical characteristics between individuals. The study, part of the Genome Regulators in Disease (GRID) Project funded by... 

British Schools Being Overwhelmed by Non-English Speaking Pupils

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Teachers are having to cope with a growing influx of immigrant children who cannot speak English, official figures have revealed. The number of pupils joining schools shortly after arriving from overseas has jumped 50 per cent in two years. The figures – based on analysis of GCSE league tables – suggest that at least 20,000 immigrant children have joined primaries and secondaries during... 

The Evolution Of Skin Colors Of The World

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Our variation in skin color should be celebrated as one of the most visible manifestations of our evolution as a species A favorite book of mine is Evolution: A Scientific American Reader, a collection of articles on astronomy, cell biology, paleontology and anthropology from the print magazine. One of my favorite chapters, “Skin Deep” by Nina Jablonski and George Chaplin, covers the evolution... 

Japan – Rejects Immigration, Chooses Robots to do Work

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A lesson for the West? — With a surfeit of the old and a shortage of the young, Japan is on course for a population collapse unlike any in human history. What ails this prosperous nation could be treated with babies. Yet many young women here do not want children, and the Japanese will not tolerate a lot of immigrants. So government and industry are marching into the depopulated future with the... 

Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White Countries for Everybody

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“Liberals and respectable conservatives say there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white country and ONLY into white countries.” “The Netherlands and Belgium are more crowded than Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and quote assimilating... 

Evolution Gaining Momentum?

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Homo sapiens sapiens has spread across the globe and increased vastly in numbers over the past 50,000 years or so—from an estimated five million in 9000 B.C. to roughly 6.5 billion today. More people means more opportunity for mutations to creep into the basic human genome and new research confirms that in the past 10,000 years a host of changes to everything from digestion to bones has been taking... 

Why the human race is growing apart

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Races have evolved away from each other over the past 10,000 years, according to new research that challenges standard ideas about the biological significance of ethnicity. A genetic analysis of human evolution has shown that rather than slowing to a standstill it has speeded up, with different pressures on different populations pushing racial groups further apart. Scientists behind the findings suggest... 

Confirmed: "Native Americans" are Native Siberians (Asians)

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“First Americans” All from Siberia, Study Confirms Humans somehow made their way into the Americas from distant lands, but knowing precisely when and from where they made the journey are matters of heated scientific debate. New genetic evidence, however, backs up a chilly northwestern arrival to North America from Siberia about 12,000 years ago, via a temporary land bridge spanning the... 

Chairman of Romanian National Vanguard Spoke Very Intelligently with a Concerned Reader

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Few days ago our chairman exchanged few mails with one of our readers, here are some very interesting parts of it: Chairman: And what if today’s mistake is tomorrow’s new dominant species? Just because whites are at the top of the ladder today, does not mean that we can’t just be pushed aside by a superior race. Reader: lf a higher race is threatened with extinction, are they doomed?... 

Charles R. Darwin on Crossbreeding

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When two distinct races are crossed, it is notorious that the tendency in the offspring to revert to one or both parent forms is strong, and endures for many generations. The Earl of Powis formerly imported some thoroughly domesticated humped cattle from India, and crossed them with English breeds, which belong to a distinct species; and his agent remarked to me, without any question having been asked,... 

Vladimir Avdeyev: Race Scientist

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Vladimir Avdeyev: Rasologia. Biblioteka rasovoy mysli, Moscow, 2007. 665 pages a review by Jürgen Graf Where in the world is it nowadays conceivable that a book about the inherent differences between the human races, which pays tribute to the racial theorists of the Third Reich and explicitly claims that all races are not equal, is not only openly sold in the bookstores but even becomes a bestseller?... 

Swedish Student Can Read the Minds of Babies

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Pär Nyström the Swedish student who led the team of scientists made his first test on a 5 months baby named Almita Knutson. The tests are unharmful to the babies. Here are some of the reports: Nyström, P. (2007) The infant mirror neuron system studied with high density EEG. Social neuroscience. In press. von Hofsten, C. (2007). Motor development from an action perspective. To be published in M.M.... 

Peru’s White Mummies

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Hands over her eyes and her face gripped with terror, the woman’s fear of death is all too obvious. The remarkable mummy was found in a hidden burial vault in the Amazon. It is at least 600 years old and has survived thanks to the embalming skills of her tribe, the Chachapoyas or cloud warriors. Eleven further mummies were recovered from the massive cave complex 82ft down. The vault – which... 
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