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Mysterious word “race” : Racism

People can change their language and habits of the language and habits of the surrounding group. We know that this happens everywhere in America. Immigrants from many countries stepped on the land, they or their children learned to speak in English and becoming Americans, but the typical way of thinking and action.

Some people, however, think that such a change of habits and traditions of the inessential. They believe that different groups of people lead different lives as a result of congenital physical and mental differences. Each is different from other life is a race.
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Posted by on December 5, 2009 in civilization

 

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Mysterious word “race” : Race confusion

You may not agree with our arguments. You may think that some of the human race is clearly very different from each other and are easy to isolate. Take, for example, blacks and whites. Of course, you could say that everyone is able to immediately determine the difference between the two.

Always? Are you sure? Let’s see.

Suppose we take a small imaginary journey. Let us begin our tour, getting off the ship in Genoa, in northwestern Italy. There we would find the people very similar to British or white Americans with whom we are familiar. Many people are blond with blue eyes. In other light-brown hair and brown eyes. Few different with dark hair and dark brown eyes. Skin color in general, rather light than dark.
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What is not a race : National characteristics

Before we continue to think about the peculiarities of races, let’s look at some features that are not applicable. A lot of people in this world have their own notions of race, and some of these concepts are widespread. Unfortunately, most of them are also wrong. For example, some people talk about “German psychology” or “French character”, as if it was something innate or racial. Could it be that some national characteristics are inherited from generation to generation? If so, the different nations would represent the different races. But is it?
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What is not a race : Clean nation

Not only that national character seems to change all the time, but the nation also have mixed ancestors. Suppose that two groups of people previously living in different regions of the world, found themselves together and began to mingle. Children born of mixed marriages. This happens when the people are very different in appearance. This happens even when one group views the other as inferior in social status.

We have already mentioned the white ancestors who are the majority of blacks in the United States. Such a situation is to some degree persists among the Indians of the New World, living in the modern territories of the United States and Canada and increasingly in Latin America. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Pyramids – traces of the ancient super-civilizations

Could the ancient Egyptians to build their own giant pyramids and palaces? People who only read about these structures in the history books, think: yes. But many of those who have been in this country, and wandered about, for example, through the valley of the Giza doubt. Far too impressive these buildings, even on their construction, are expected to work of tens of thousands of slaves.
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The theory that the pyramids – are material traces of a more ancient technologically advanced civilization that does not put forward today. For example, in 1929, the “father of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle published a fiction novel Marakotova abyss”, the heroes who fall into a city – an island thousands of years ago, sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. When one examines the underwater structure, it observes that: “The columns, platforms and stairs of the building surpasses anything I’ve ever seen on earth. Most of the building looked like the remnants of the Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt, and, strange to say, ornaments and half obliterated the inscriptions in the details reminiscent of the same decorations and inscriptions of the great ruins near the Nile. ”
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Posted by on November 9, 2009 in civilization, Pyramids

 

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