Soft White Genocide: Swedish Politicians Order Viking Era Museum Artifacts DESTROYED

Sweden has plenty of money to spend on “refugee” parasites but none to spend on museums and storage to preserve ancient artifacts found by archaeologists. Warning: The translation is rough.

svd.se via Google translate

Samtidigt that the debate about the burning of books is raging in the media throws Swedish archaeologists amulettringar and other ancient antiquities. It feels wrong and sad to destroy thousands of years of ritual arts and crafts, and I’m not alone in feeling so.

“What you do is to waste our story! Says Johan Runer, archaeologist at Stockholm County Museum.

Amulet rings from the Iron Age, like Viking weights and coins, belong to the kind of bargain that, as far as Runer knows, was previously always saved.

He tried to make an alarm in a debate article in the journal Popular Archeology (No. 4/2016), showing how arbitrary thinning occurred. Especially in archeological studies before construction and road projects, the focus is on quickly and cheaply removing the heritage so that the machine tools can handle.

He works for himself in this kind of excavations. Nobody in the exposed archeology industry wants to get a reputation as an uncomfortable “bargain” but now he can not be quiet anymore.

“It’s quite crazy, but this industry has had a marketplace. We are playing business, says Runer.

Often, especially in the case of minor excavations, it is a standing order from the county administrative boards that as few discoveries as possible should be taken.

If you think it seems unlikely, I recommend reading the National Archives Office’s open archive, such as report 2016: 38. An archaeological preamble of settlement of bronze and iron age before rebuilt by Flädie on the E6 outside Lund.

In the bargain table, coins, knives, ornamental ink, a ring and a weight from the Viking Age or early Middle Ages have been placed in the column “Gallrade”.

Just about the weights and weights, research is going on, “says Lena Holmquist, archaeologist at Stockholm University, focusing on the Viking era.

But that puzzle piece is gone.

At another digging in the millennial cultural village Molnby in Vallentuna, several amulet rings were dropped from the Iron Age. Amulet rings were ritual items used during the Vendel and Viking times.

Johan Anund, Regional Director of the Company Archaeologists at the State Historical Museums who made the thinning, say archaeologists at all times have to make priorities for not drowning in objects.

It is the county boards that make procurement of archaeological companies to carry out archaeological investigations. An easy way to lower the cost is to reduce the number of items to be preserved.

Ceramics require no preservation and are usually saved. However, iron and metal must be treated after perhaps a thousand years in the field. So if the company puts in its bid funds for conserving two metal objects but finding twelve then they have to throw ten. In metal recycling.

This story is nicely covered by the Daily Westerner, which notes:

t also follows recent claims from Leftists that ancient marble statues made thousands of years ago are actually racist and were specifically used to “whitewash history”. Other examples where History is targeted include the Left using violence and threats in order to get Southern generals statues removed from various locations in the United States.

Lately, the BBC used an incompetent feminist professor’s views to create an “educational cartoon” where, among other things, Roman centurions in Britain are black. This is one episode of a series where some Picts and Norman Barons are also black.

Mystery! Australian Man Emerges from Ocean with Ankles Covered in Blood

It’s winter in Australia. Shouldn’t the nasties in ocean water be hibernating or something? The experts don’t know what’s going on here.

Excerpt from The Telegraph

A teenager emerged from a beach in Australia with blood all over his legs after tiny sea bugs “ate through his skin”, leaving marine experts struggling to solve the identity the mysterious creatures.

In an incident likened to a scene from a horror film, Sam Kanizay, 16, went to Brighton beach in Melbourne on Saturday and spent 30 minutes standing in the water to sooth his legs after a football game. When he walked out, his legs were covered by creatures that are believed to be some form of flesh-eating bug.

“I walked out and saw what I thought was sand covering my calf and shook it off, and by the time I’d walked across the sand …. I looked down and noticed I had blood all over my ankles,” he told 3AW Radio.

“It took a while to get all the blood off and it came back pretty quickly… It sort of looked like hundreds of little pinholes or pin-sized bites distributed all over my ankle and the top of my foot.”

Jarrod Kanizay, Sam’s father, said his son was calm and not in any pain. But the family rushed him to hospital when it became clear that the blood “wasn’t washing away”.

“They ate through Sam’s skin and made it bleed profusely,” he said.

Mr Kanizay returned to the beach on Sunday night with a net filled with raw meat and captured tiny bugs which he believes were responsible. He then released a video of the creatures devouring the meat.

“What is really clear is these little things really love meat,” he said.

Experts have given mixed assessments of the identity of the bugs which attacked the 16-year-old, noting that the creatures filmed by Mr Kanizay may have been different to those which attacked his son.

Hospital officials initially told Sam they thought the creatures were a form of sea lice but “were all on Google and … had 10 different hypotheses” .

Richard Reina, an expert on marine biology at Monash University, agreed that the creatures were probably sea lice, noting that such attacks were “very rare” and that beachgoers should not be alarmed.

“When it happens you brush it off, or move, or get out of the water and there’s no consequence, whereas in this case, Sam was standing in cold water for quite a long time,” he told news.com.au.

“He probably thought the pins and needles he described was the cold and didn’t realise there were crustaceans chewing on his feet.”

Others said sea lice were unlikely to be the culprits as they were not known to launch such a vigorous attack.

Michael Brown, a marine expert, said he believed the creatures could be “jellyfish larvae”.

“I’ve been doing this for coming on 20 years now and I’ve never seen anything like this,” he told Channel Seven.

Jeff Weir, executive director of the Dolphin Research Institute, said the culprit was likely to be a type of amphipod, a tiny shrimp-like crustacean.

Mr Weir told ABC News he suffered a similar experience while on a night dive.

“It was very cold, probably, about this time of year, and when I got out of the water I realised my forehead was bleeding and parts of my cheeks were bleeding,” he said.

An American woman in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, went for a little ocean dip. The Daily Mail ran this photo of her leg a week ago, taken while she was ICU:

Adding to the danger posed by big sharks, we have the danger posed by tiny creatures. Maybe man is supposed to stay out of the water.

Flashback: How Europeans Evolved White Skin

YAMNAYA CONCEPTION.

As far as I can remember, I missed posting anything about evolution and skin color when the science research cited here first came out in 2015.

If I read this research correctly, Central and Southern Europeans had dark skin until a group of Russian males, the Yamnaya, swept into Europe carrying the genes for light skin around 4,500 to 5,000 years ago.

Science Mag

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI—Most of us think of Europe as the ancestral home of white people. But a new study shows that pale skin, as well as other traits such as tallness and the ability to digest milk as adults, arrived in most of the continent relatively recently. The work, presented here last week at the 84th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, offers dramatic evidence of recent evolution in Europe and shows that most modern Europeans don’t look much like those of 8000 years ago.

The origins of Europeans have come into sharp focus in the past year as researchers have sequenced the genomes of ancient populations, rather than only a few individuals. By comparing key parts of the DNA across the genomes of 83 ancient individuals from archaeological sites throughout Europe, the international team of researchers reported earlier this year that Europeans today are a mix of the blending of at least three ancient populations of hunter-gatherers and farmers who moved into Europe in separate migrations over the past 8000 years. The study revealed that a massive migration of Yamnaya herders from the steppes north of the Black Sea may have brought Indo-European languages to Europe about 4500 years ago.

Let me interrupt the story to offer a link to an article on the Yamnaya invasion of Europe.

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Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by a Nobel Prize Nominee Who Never Won

Wikipedia

Oswald Theodore Avery Jr. ForMemRS[1] (October 21, 1877 – February 20, 1955) was a Canadian-American physician and medical researcher. The major part of his career was spent at the Rockefeller University Hospital in New York City. Avery was one of the first molecular biologists and a pioneer in immunochemistry, but he is best known for the experiment (published in 1944 with his co-workers Colin MacLeod and Maclyn McCarty) that isolated DNA as the material of which genes and chromosomes are made.[3][4][5]

The Nobel laureate Arne Tiselius said that Avery was the most deserving scientist to not receive the Nobel Prize for his work,[6] though he was nominated for the award throughout the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.[7][8]

The lunar crater Avery was named in his honor.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: The Inventor of the Laser Talks God

Wikipedia

Charles Hard Townes (July 28, 1915 – January 27, 2015) was an American physicist[3][4] and inventor of the maser and laser. Townes worked on the theory and application of the maser, for which he obtained the fundamental patent, and other work in quantum electronics associated with both maser and laser devices.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13] He shared the Nobel Prize in Physics during 1964 with Nikolay Basov and Alexander Prokhorov.[1][14][15][16] Charles was an advisor to the United States Government, meeting every US President from Harry Truman (1945) to Bill Clinton (1999).

He directed the US government Science and Technology Advisory Committee for the Apollo flights, which was effective at making the program a success on schedule without exceeding its budget. After becoming a professor of the University of California at Berkeley during 1967, he began an astrophysical program that produced several important discoveries, for example the black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Townes was religious and believed that science and religion are converging to provide a greater understanding of the nature and purpose of the universe.[17]

World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Opens in Swiss Alps

Engineering and construction courtesy of that much demonized white race and Western civilization.

Amazing accomplishment!

NBC News

The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge has been inaugurated in southern Switzerland, carrying hikers 1,620 feet across an Alpine ravine at a height of up to 300 feet.

It forms part of the Europaweg, part of a two-day mountain trail connecting the towns of Grächen and Zermatt, and saves walkers a long detour after a previous bridge was damaged by falling rocks.

The steel facility offers a stunning panorama of the surrounding Alps, but is only 25 inches wide and its grated surface means it is possible to look down into the Grabengufer ravine below.

The local tourism agency warned that the bridge, officially opened Saturday near the town of Randa, was “for hikers with no fear of heights.”

“The thrill of traversing the precipice is indescribable,” Zermatt Tourism said in a news release.

The bridge offers stunning views of the 14,783-foot Weisshorn — a mountain slightly taller than the more famous nearby Matterhorn.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Guglielmo Marconi

Wikipedia

Guglielmo Marconi, 1st Marquis of Marconi (Italian: [ɡuʎˈʎɛlmo marˈkoːni]; 25 April 1874 – 20 July 1937) was an Italian inventor and electrical engineer known for his pioneering work on long-distance radio transmission[1] and for his development of Marconi’s law and a radio telegraph system. He is often credited as the inventor of radio,[2] and he shared the 1909 Nobel Prize in Physics with Karl Ferdinand Braun “in recognition of their contributions to the development of wireless telegraphy”.[3][4][5]

Marconi was also an entrepreneur, businessman, and founder of The Wireless Telegraph & Signal Company in the United Kingdom in 1897 (which became the Marconi Company). He succeeded in making an engineering and commercial success of radio by innovating and building on the work of previous experimenters and physicists.[6][7] In 1929, the King of Italy ennobled Marconi as a Marchese (marquis).