Month: April 2017

‘Mass Death Events’ In Pacific Ocean Hit Highest Level Of Food Chain And Our Ocean’s Greatest Predator

In this April 24th story from ENENews we get additional confirmation of what we’ve been warning about on ANP for several years now, the mass die-off happening in the Pacific Ocean has reached the highest levels of the food chain with a massive shark die-off now ongoing off of the West Coast. Reporting in their story that over a hundred dead sharks have been discovered in the waters surrounding northern California this year alone, we also continue to get the same ‘answers’ why this is happening, proving many mainstream scientists have no idea about ’cause and effect’.

DNA from extinct humans discovered in cave sediments

While there are numerous prehistoric sites in Europe and Asia that contain tools and other human-made artefacts, skeletal remains of ancient humans are scarce. Researchers of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, have therefore looked into new ways to get hold of ancient human DNA. From sediment samples collected at seven archaeological sites, the researchers “fished out” tiny DNA fragments that had once belonged to a variety of mammals, including our extinct human relatives. They retrieved DNA from Neandertals in cave sediments of four archaeological sites, also in layers where no hominin skeletal remains have been discovered. In addition, they found Denisovan DNA in sediments from Denisova Cave in Russia. These new developments now enable researchers to uncover the genetic affiliations of the former inhabitants of many archaeological sites which do not yield human remains.