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Oldest Cheese Found in Tomb Carries Brucillosis



Cheese belonging to Mayor of Memphis the ancient capital of Egypt has been found in his tomb. It could have been made with cow, goat or sheep milk. Anyone eating the dairy product would have become ill as it had the bacterium Brucella mlitensis which causes brucellosis. Being found in an Egyptian tomb going back 3,200 years it is the oldest cheese in the world. Contaminated.

However, hidden secret killer bacteria. cheese buried alongside Ptahmes Mayor ancient Egyptian capital Memphis whose resting place rediscovered 2010 lost desert sand. cheese (pictured) contaminated Brucella melitensis, bacterium causes brucellosis, common cows.

WHAT IS THE KILLER VIRUS BRUCELLOSIS? Brucellosis infectious disease caused bacteria. cheese (pictured) contaminated Brucella melitensis, bacterium causes brucellosis, common cows.

People disease contact infected animals animal products contaminated bacteria. Animals commonly infected include sheep, cattle, goats, pigs, dogs, others.

Brucellosis symptoms include fever, joint pain fatigue. Treatment takes several weeks months, however, relapses common.

While brucellosis uncommon United States, disease affects hundreds thousands people animals worldwide. One jar contained solidified whitish mass, canvas fabric might covered jar used preserve contents.

dissolving sample, researchers purified protein constituents analyzed liquid chromatography mass spectrometry. peptides detected techniques show sample dairy product made cow milk sheep goat milk.

characteristics canvas fabric, indicate suitable containing solid liquid, absence specific markers, support conclusion dairy product solid cheese,' researchers wrote.

Other peptides food sample suggest contaminated Brucella melitensis, bacterium causes brucellosis. This potentially deadly disease spreads animals people, typically eating unpasteurized dairy products. team's preliminary analysis confirmed, sample would represent earliest reported biomolecular evidence disease.

Dr Enrico Greco, chemical scientist Catania University Italy, said: ' material analysed study probably ancient archeological solid residue cheese ever found date.

tomb Ptahmes, mayor Memphis Egypt 3th century BC, initially unearthed 885. lost drifting sands, rediscovered 2010, archeologists found broken jars site years later (pictured). constituting material dairy product obtained mixing sheep goat cow milk.'

Dr Greco said: ' interactions thousands years strong alkaline environment incorporating soil rich sodium carbonate desertic conditions prevent identification specific peptide markers showed stability stressing conditions.'

tomb Ptahmes, mayor Memphis Egypt 3th century BC, initially unearthed 885. lost drifting sands, rediscovered 2010, archeologists found broken jars site years later (pictured). tomb south Cairo originally found 885. Foreign expeditions made various bits pieces ended museums world.

quickly forgotten covered drifting sands excavations backed Egyptian government began 2005. Ptahmes served army chief, overseer treasury royal scribe Seti son successor, Ramses II, 3th century BC.

Dr Greco said: ' tomb Ptahmes, mayor Memphis high-ranking official Pharaohs Sethi Ramses I (1290–1213 B.C.) XIX dynasty rediscovered 2010 part revealed 885 lost sands 9th century. sample study discovered excavation procedures Cairo University season 2013–2014.

tomb south Cairo originally found 885. Foreign expeditions made various bits pieces ended museums world. While cleaning sand southern outer wall tomb, area corresponding lateral storehouses, number broken jars found.

tomb south Cairo originally found 885. Foreign expeditions made various bits pieces ended museums world. One contained solidified whitish mass, canvas fabric might covered used preservation found fragments jar.

characteristic canvas made unsuitable containing liquid or, general, non solid-materials. sample accurately collected order avoid kind contamination.

added: ' conclusion, ancient kefir milk dairy residues, coming North African, Chinese European excavations found analysed, present sample represent oldest solid cheese far discovered.' ~
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Depressive or a Happy Personality is Genetic

Your general outlook of is genetically linked, Whether you suffer from depression or are happy.
Depression can be an inherited trait. Research has shown this to be the case, so could a happy personality also be genetic? Of course, it will have not effect on creativity. Many high achievers through history has suffered from dark periods in their lives. It could be said that perpetually happy people have nothing to strive for and are less likely to leave their mark, unless they have careers as comedians.
Depression or happiness due to genes
Happy people do seem to have certain genes, however. Three gene variants are linked to a happy outlook, while two are causative factors for depression. A whopping 11 variants are responsible for neuroticism. If you are a pain in the .... to everyone else it could be those dozen or so genes - there is bound to be another gene in there somewhere.

The above findings were identified in a major study involving 3,000 participants. It was concluded that genetic causation was weak. Nonetheless, it was there. Life experiences were deemed to have a stronger influence in general mood. Note, that this is an opinion because the work did not specifically test this. Overall, it can be said that genes do affect a person's outlook and behavior.
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Scientists Hold to Outdated Origins of Americans

It is known that genes from ancient France were "inserted" into the Indians of North America very early in settlement days, just after people moved across the land bridge of Siberia to populate the Americas. Despite this finding scientists treat the genetics of people in South America as pure Asian. Furthermore, skeletal evidence of residency go back at least 18,000 years. Some scientists are stubbornly selective.
Remains of a Giant Mound Builder of North America
Of course there is proof of the arrival of Vikings on the east coast. This is also ignored. The date of 15,000 years ago is a fixation that all scientists must accept as false: people were in North America thousands of years earlier.

New evidence shows that a now extinct group of people came from Asia before the latter "Red" race arrived. This earlier group moved down into Brazil. People of this group also spread to Australia and New Guinea. Now we know where Australian Aboriginals came from. They moved out of Africa well before the mass exodus from Africa.

Scientists will not yet change the text books, showing that science has inertia like cultural change that can take a very long time to "update".  It should now be taught that two waves of Asian people populated America. Unfortunately, this will not happen. Universities will continue to teach incorrect evolution for decades if not centuries into the future.

Note: American sailors found skeletons of red-haired giants in Alaska when they were posted there in during WWII.  The remains were destroyed by the Smithsonian Institute so scientific papers would remain unchallenged.  This behavior is disgraceful as it affects the heritage of humanity.
 
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Are We Moving Toward a Secular World?

The world is polarizing with those who want to stay with religions and others who want to live their lives without any belief system. Certain norms of behavior remain from the past. The prayer before parliament begins goes back centuries.

Few people go to church on Sunday anymore. Even in Muslim countries some want to live a secular life with fewer prayers throughout the day. Of course, the majority in these countries want worship pressed into law. It is human nature to make others do what you want. Unfortunately, many protest against this.

The main problem is we all have different realities. There are seven billion realities on this planet. Though we are all presumed to be born the same everyone is different. No two people have the same range of hearing, color vision or even musical ability. What is truth for one is myth for another.

In the past, force always won in the long term. Today freedom and independence is the call everywhere. When force meets force today there seems to be no winner. Going to war seems futile now. All you get is destruction, pain and suffering. Past wars were fought over trying to retain an old accepted milieu and a changing social system with new ideas as populations grew.

The Internet revolution has changed all societies. We all have access to knowledge and most importantly the latest news on what is happening anywhere in the world. In other words, we are all "in the know".  However, we do not know what the future will be like. Force is no longer working. Unfortunately, manipulation is!
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Agriculture Was Brought into Western Europe by Southern European Males

Learning has not been linear for human beings. Advancement can be different from one place to another. It is now known from DNA analysis of 5,000 year old skeletons in a French cave that women did not travel into western Europe. Mitochondrial DNA is passed down only from the mother which shows that European women had local ancestry. On the other hand the Y chromosome passed down through males shows movement of males into new European regions. Knowledge of farming came into new areas when the males moved in and mated with local females.

Analysis of DNA from 29 skeletons found in France, highlighted this difference between the mitochondrial DNA and Y chromosome. Males had moved from the Mediterranean to western Europe. Most of the males in the 29 skeleton group were related, so when the males arrived they stayed on the land with their new hunter gatherer wives.

The southern males had a problem: they did not have the lactose tolerant gene of central Europeans. They had to drink fermented milk from sheep and goats. Adult central European males could easily digest milk from cows.

More work is being done to further clarify how and when agriculture spread across Europe.
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