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Ancient rock etchings found in Nevada could be oldest in North America

There are some limestone boulders near Pyramid Lake in north Nevada desert that are causing quite a stir amongst the scientific community. Radiocarbon tests suggest the etchings may be as much as 14,800 years old. If true, it would complicate the current scientific theories about the origins of mesoamerican indigenous people. “We initially thought people

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There are some limestone boulders near Pyramid Lake in north Nevada desert that are causing quite a stir amongst the scientific community. Radiocarbon tests suggest the etchings may be as much as 14,800 years old. If true, it would complicate the current scientific theories about the origins of mesoamerican indigenous people. “We initially thought people 12,000 or 10,000 years ago were primitive, but their artistic expressions and technological expertise associated with these paints a much different picture,” said Eugene Hattori, the curator of anthropology at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City.

Government Orders YouTube To Censor Protest Videos
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You Tube is now complying with thousands of requests from governments to censor and remove videos that show protests and other examples of citizens asserting their rights, while also deleting key search words. You may read this message “This content is not available in your country due to a government removal request.” when trying to view videos that your government doesn’t want you to see. There is also evidence that suggests Google, the owner of You Tube is providing “data requests” to governments that reveal the true identity of users who are uploading protest videos or who may be trying to view them. Google claims that the information sent to governments is “needed for legitimate criminal investigations,” but whether these “data requests” have been backed up by warrants is not divulged by the company.

A Canadian genocide in search of a name
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A study has been published by the University of Guelph that proves Canadian authorities knowingly and willfully starved aboriginal children in residential schools for nutritional ‘experiments’. Most native families are aware of these kinds of horror stories but the general Canadian population has recently been shocked to learn about this treatment. This illegal experimentation meets three criteria for the grounds of genocide as defined by the United Nations. Some have argued that the beginnings of this genocide had its seeds with the establishment of the Indian Act of 1876,

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