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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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Zealandia is the New Continent

Continent of Zealandia near Australia..
There is something new in science, despite claims that everything is known.  New Zealand, like Australia (Australinea), is a continent - a very small one at that.  The scientific powers that be have to verify that it is the seventh continent. australia zealandia
Professor Bruce Luyendyk of australia named it Zealandia in 1995. Then, many claimed that it had only three of the necessary attributes. Satellite images show that the plate is unfragmented. With all four requirements identified, it is now accepted as a valid continent. The decision will be yes. Zealandia was part of Australia 85 million years ago. The land mass contains valuable minerals. Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia will have to work out who controls specific areas. New Caledonia is a French overseas territory, so France will be involved. australia zealandia zealand continental million earth australia continents crust atlas zealandia stories continent people zealand today continental gallery million newest earth earth australia science continents size crust larger atlas zealandia landmass stories continent home people zealand horrifying today continental zealandia amazing gallery million continent understanding newest earth zealand reveal earth australia continental zealandia latest science continents million continent researchers size crust earth zealand field larger atlas continental magnetic landmass stories continents zealandia core home people crust continent heat horrifying today zealand planets amazing gallery ranking understanding newest habitability reveal earth slightly latest science land researchers size field larger microcontinents magnetic landmass fact core underwater heat gondwana planets antarctica ranking percent habitability idea slightly thickness land oceanic geologically microcontinents submerged fact credit underwater scientists gondwana eighth antarctica continent percent idea thickness oceanic geologically submerged credit scientists eighth continent.
Zealandia the new continent
Professor Bruce Luyendyk named it Zealandia in 1995.  Then, many claimed that it had only three of the necessary attributes.  Satellite images show that the plate is unfragmented.  With all four requirements identified, it is now accepted as a valid continent.  The decision will be yes.

Zealandia was part of Australia 85 million years ago.  The land mass contains valuable minerals.  Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia will have to work out who controls specific areas.  New Caledonia is a French overseas territory, so France will be involved.
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Big Fluffy Rabbit - Amusing

Animal does not know the world, comical.
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"One day I will know what is out there!"
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Single Sex Schools are Bad for Society

Single sex schools are bad for society.
Despite excited parents claiming that putting children in single sex classes improves life outcomes, in reality this is far from the truth. Single sex schools, for example, foster gender stereotyping for girls as well as boys.
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An extremely large study on students in 21 countries found those in mixed sex schools fared better than those in single sex schools. The cultural outlook nurtured by SS schools damaged students for life. It is about time this silliness is stopped, and the fad is put to rest.

The world is not made up of one sex. Indeed, there are multiple sexual categories today. Everyone has to fit into this world. Molding people to strongly identify with one category puts them at a disadvantage.  It is not the curriculum that does the damage: it is the socialization process. Narrowly adhering to things about one's own sex does not make for efficient interaction with both males and females in the workplace.

Principals of single sex schools in Australia have said that research done in the United States cannot be applied to Australia. This claim is absurd. Scientific research done in any country can be applied to another. This is how the scientific method works. Such educated people should be admonished for being so stupid.
 
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Tariff Protection Will Return - Globalization Has Failed!

More jobs for the US economy.
Globalization has failed. Countries are distinct cultures. Working life may be the same, but the values people live by are much different, particularly in regards to religion. Jobs have been lost in developed countries as so called developing countries keep labor costs down by manipulating their currencies and not giving their workers social welfare support.
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A case in point is Australia's compulsory superannuation. This was a silly idea to begin with as companies went to the wall and workers lost all their super. This is a cost burden on wage costs. Employees must live now, so wages rose to leave enough current spending after paying in superannuation. This is seldom mentioned by economists let alone governments. Developing countries do not have this cost burden.

No wonder Donald Trump is supported by a large slice of the American population. He promises to put up trade barriers to create jobs at home. His revolutionary tax cuts would see the US plunged into a state much like developing countries, where people would have to pay the full cost of medical treatment. While health care is held to be mainly privately funded it receives more cash help from the government per head of population than "free" systems such as the UK and Australia.

Because of lower tax revenue, funding for schools would also be reduced. Trump's system would obviously favor the already wealthy who choose to pay private anyway. However, the ordinary person wants work. Missing out on social benefits is an afterthought.
 
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Animal Biodiversity is the Highest Ever

Despite extinctions the number of animal types in the world is at an all-time high. This is due to a proliferation over the last 200 million years. It seems as time goes on the number of species increases. This seems to be a law on this planet and maybe the universe.
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There are indications that humans could be changing this by causing extinctions. However, it will be a long time before the variation of species declines significantly. With the poles melting a tipping point could be reached where even humans are under threat of disappearing. This is just a theory at this time. Perhaps, changing the way we live will make things better for all creatures.

Human knowledge is going on a pace. There are new discoveries minute to minute. Indeed, it is difficult for specialists to keep up with all the reading that is necessary. Even general practitioners say there are not enough hours in the day to keep abreast of the latest breakthroughs.
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Wild Glycine Crossed With Soybean

Selection of the most suitable plants has been going on for thousands of years, but it has never been so intensive as modern times. It is not so much farmers who do it today. Scientists are doing this as their main work.
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Ram Singh a geneticist crossed a wild Australian plant with soybean to produce a super crop. Many soybean diseases have been stopped in their tracks. It wasn't easy though. Success came after years of research. The first attempt to "blend" wild Glycine attributes with soybean took place in 1983.

A new process which prevents hybrid seeds from becoming sterile was the key to creating the special soybean. Many back crosses with the parent plant were necessary. Ram Singh sent seeds to other scientists as he was working. Outside input from them was a great help.

Soybean is a very imported crop that feeds the world. Many products are derived from it. There is hope for the future as 26 wild species of Glycine exist. Most are disease resistant. The hormone anti-sterility treatment has opened-up the whole crop breeding field.
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Pheidole Ants Rule the World

Man is not the only animal to dominate the Earth. Pheidole ants have spread over all the livable continents. They are so common that a walk in a tropical forest means some are killed by just stepping forward.

There are 1,200 species of the genus Pheidole. Each has developed to exist in a particular niche of the ecosystem. In a study of 300 species it has been found that certain species evolved similar characteristics independently.

Species proliferated dramatically - from one to 600 species in the Americas. The evolutionary goal was to dominate all niches, first in the New World then in the Old. Expansion across one was independent of the other. Evolution took its own course.

Ants are essential for healthy ecosystems. They aerate the soil, disperse seeds and help move nutrients. In biomass they equate with all vertebrates. Their study is indeed important
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Eastern Antarctic a New Danger Area to Raise Sea Level

There is a lot of research on climate change. However, countries are doing very little to reduce pollution. They are not reacting at all to the clear data pointing to damage caused to the planet by humans.

In the Antarctic the latest evidence shows some movement in the ice "plug" holding massive amounts of ice back from the ocean. If this plug fails, ice will slide into the sea raising the planet's water level by many meters, permanently. Cities on the coast around the world will be flooded.

It was thought that only the western side of the Antarctic was in danger of raising sea level. It now appears that the eastern side where the plug is situated is also at risk.

The weather in the US has been extremely erratic over the last ten years. The cost to the nation is in the billions of dollars. Insurance companies will react as they have done in Australia. Premiums have more than doubled in recent years. Some areas of Australia cannot get insurance cover at all for their homes because they are seen as low-lying or at high risk in bush fires.

Climate change is ongoing and people are at risk of losing everything in a chain of catastrophes. The world economic system will be affected. It cannot be avoided. We ignore it now at our own peril.
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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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Australia Had an Input into the Voyager Achievement

It is said there is nothing like blowing your own trumpet. Well, in some cases it can be very pleasing. The fact that the Voyager 1 probe has pass into space beyond the solar system is good news, The US must take most of the praise, but a small country in terms of population played a major part.

Australian scientists are base at Canberra's Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC). The controlling body is the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). This company is a big mover in world science. Many new ideas, concepts and discoveries have their origin at CSIRO.

The world's most advanced antennas are situated at the CSIRO base and they have been following Voyager since its launch in 1977. A round trip for a signal forward and back between the Earth and satellite is 34 hours.

There are two probes, Voyager 1 and 2. Only one is in deep space. Due to improvements in technology the antennas have been constantly upgraded as the probe journeyed further outward. Current technology allows contact to be maintained until 2020. It is hoped new improvements will extend this period.
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