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Post by bobbin on 13.06.13 20:31

http://www.naturalnews.com/040760_Supreme_Court_gene_patents_Myriad_Genetics.html
With all the corruption, carter rucking, removal of legal aid, covering up, here is a breath of fresh air.
We've just seen that whistle blowing can be really 'eye-opening', causing a lot of politicians to re-consider which way the trend towards people dis-empowerment was inexorably travelling.
We've just seen Japan, China and others refusing to accept genetically modified corn. The science is now out about the global warming myth. People are getting wise to 'false flag' events.
And in the article above the dis-empowerment of the monopolistic stranglehold on human access to fair priced health is a welcome breakthrough.
It is just one of the things that can give us courage to continue with our own search for fairness for Madeleine. People-force and continued determination can and does win, sooner or later.
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Re: Sometimes there's good news, and common sense prevails

Post by PeterMac on 13.06.13 22:20

The latest investigation into Ötzi, the ice man from the öztal glacier, who was born about 3300 BC and died 3255 BC, is that he sustained a fatal head injury, as well as the arrow would, which had been previously thought to be the primary cause of death.
One day the truth will come out.


(Oh, and by the way, there is still DNA and blood, and cadaverine ! ! But he did have a sea bass in his back pack )

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Post by tigger on 14.06.13 6:29

@PeterMac wrote:The latest investigation into Ötzi, the ice man from the öztal glacier, who was born about 3300 BC and died 3255 BC, is that he sustained a fatal head injury, as well as the arrow would, which had been previously thought to be the primary cause of death.
One day the truth will come out.


(Oh, and by the way, there is still DNA and blood, and cadaverine ! ! But he did have a sea bass in his back pack )

What I love about Ötzi is the fact the thorough Germans had him for years before they found the arrowhead in his spine. On top of that the crafty Italians let the Germans do all the expensive tests and initial preservation and then claimed Ötzi for their own as he'd been found in the Italian Tirol. 

Latest thinking is that it was a burial, also some think that as the climate (Yes, folks, it was still the Atlantic period from 5000 BC onwards - didn't start to decline until around 2000 BC) was warmer, the freezing of the body was accidental. 
There's also some discussion about whether the grass 'cloak' was a garment or a mat. As a garment it would not have been very useful  and one would have thought animal skin would have been the norm. 

In the Paris museum of Natural History the skeleton of a large dinosaur of some sort was displayed for years with a horn on the end of his nose. Rather like a rhinoceros. When the site where he was originally found was re-dug, they found another horn. Same size. Turned out he'd been displayed with one of his thumbs on his nose.......

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Post by tigger on 14.06.13 6:34

@PeterMac wrote:The latest investigation into Ötzi, the ice man from the öztal glacier, who was born about 3300 BC and died 3255 BC, is that he sustained a fatal head injury, as well as the arrow would, which had been previously thought to be the primary cause of death.
One day the truth will come out.


(Oh, and by the way, there is still DNA and blood, and cadaverine ! ! But he did have a sea bass in his back pack )

What I love about Ötzi is the fact the thorough Germans had him for years before they found the arrowhead in his spine. On top of that the crafty Italians let the Germans do all the expensive tests and initial preservation and then claimed Ötzi for their own as he'd been found in the Italian Tirol. 

Latest thinking is that it was a burial, also some think that as the climate (Yes, folks, it was still the Atlantic period from 5000 BC onwards - didn't start to decline until around 2000 BC) was warmer, the freezing of the body was accidental. 
There's also some discussion about whether the grass 'cloak' was a garment or a mat. As a garment it would not have been very useful  and one would have thought animal skin would have been the norm. 

In the Paris museum of Natural History the skeleton of a large dinosaur of some sort was displayed for years with a horn on the end of his nose. Rather like a rhinoceros. When the site where he was originally found was re-dug, they found another horn. Same size. Turned out he'd been displayed with one of his thumbs on his nose.......

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