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Sea level has been rising for 20,000 yrs, is now 400 feet higher than when the first humans walked to NA from Asia across the Bering Strait
The respective land masses of India and Sri Lanka are connected by which of the following Straits ? (A) Bass Strait (B) Bering Strait (C) Malacca Strait (D) Palk Strait
Sarah Palin still thinks the Bering Strait is Alaskan slang for marriage between a man and woman.
1-Strait of Gbraltar--it is known as the key to Mediterranean.It separates Europe from Africa and joins Mediterranean sea and Atlantic Ocean. 2-Strait of Malacca- Separates Malaysia and Indonesia and joins Andaman sea and South China Sea. 3-Bass Strait- Separates Australia and Tasmania and joins Tasman sea and Southern sea. 4-Formosa strait- Separates China and Taiwan and joins south china sea and East China sea,. 5-Sunda Strait-separates java and Sumatra and joins Java sea and Indian Ocean. 6-Palk Strait -separates India and Sri Lanka and joins Palk way and Way of Bengal. 7-Bering Strait--Separates Alaska and Russia and joins Bering Sea and Arctic Sea.
UNM team plays a major role in establishing link between Ancient and Modern Native Americans Her name is Naia, and for thousands and thousands of years, the skeleton of this young woman was buried underwater in an elaborate cave system in the Yucatan Peninsula after she had apparently fallen into what was then a dry deep pit. Now, a team of researchers, including Professor Yemane Asmerom and Research Scientist Victor Polyak at the University of New Mexico's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, have accurately determined the age of the oldest-known, well-preserved human skeleton. - Bones From a Watery 'Black Hole' Confirm First American Origins researchers agree that the earliest Americans came over from Asia via the Bering Strait between Siberia and Alaska, beginning at least 15,000 years ago. But many have long puzzled over findings that some of the earliest known skeletons—with long skulls and prominent foreheads—do not resemble today's Native Americans, who tend to have rounder skulls and fl ...
Is China planning a high-speed rail line to Canada? (NE China to Siberia, under Bering Strait to Alaska and Canada)
Recently newspapers have trumpeted new scientific discoveries that lead some scientists to conclude that early American Indians lived in the area of the Bering Strait, known as Beringia, for more than 10,000 years before colonizing the Americas around about 15,000 years ago. Headlines such as “First…
Since now we know that Native Americans crossed the Bering Strait on foot 12000 years ago, does that mean their traditions are oldest known?
. Until you can prove TO ME that YOU stood on the Alaskan shoreline and WATCHED Our People crossing the Bering Strait , you will NEVER convince me of YOUR "FACTS" , and I will ALWAYS BELIEVE the Grandfathers put us here on these two continents just as surely as YOU believe you are from Somewhere in Europe . . Tell yourself what you must to justify all the wrongs committed upon Our People after 1492, but please stop dreaming up THEORIES and passing them off as FACT, because WHITE doesn't make it right .
My seamen will voyage across the Bering strait into your america if you get my drift
China has developed some of the world’s largest architecture and most advanced technology but the country’s next project would be its biggest accomplishment yet. The Chinese government is in the planning stages of building an 8000+ mile long high speed underwater railway from China to America, according to Chinese media reports. The overall trip would begin on the north side of China in Beijing, run through Siberia and travel 125 miles underwater spanning the Bering Strait, then through Alaska and Canada before ending its route in New York City. The trip from one end to the other would take about 2 days, the official report states. The real question here is, will China even attempt to build it after planning and estimating the cost? Most engineers are skeptical that it can be done since the underwater strait is supposed to be four times longer than the current longest underwater railway, the Euro channel, connecting Great Britain and France. “The Beijing Times listed the China-US line as one of four ...
Ocean Conservancy will be publishing a blog series exploring the wonder of the Bering Strait and highlighting threats and solutions to this region. The Bering Strait—located between Alaska’s Seward...
Our youth saves our own theory as to being the first peoples of this land of North America. Aren't our youth...
Photo taken in Winter, 2007, in Wales, Alaska on the Bering Strait, 40 miles west of Siberia.
High-speed rail from China via Bering Strait tunnel to Alaska?
Bering Strait School District (BSSD) is a school district in northwestern Alaska, United States, serving approximately 1,700 students in grades K-12 in fifteen isolated villages. All schools in the district serve students of all ages, and most classrooms are multi-age.
Need the Bering Strait tunnel. It will connect &
The massive undertaking would transverse the Bering Strait requiring a tunnel twice the length of the Chunnel between England and France.
China Unveils Plans to Build an 8,000-Mile High-Speed Underwater Railway Line to America - It sounds like an April Fool’s joke, but from what we can tell, the Chinese government is completely serious about their latest high speed rail project. According to multiple news outlets, China plans to build an 8,000+ mile railroad (sounds plausible) connecting China, Russia, Canada, and the U.S. that includes a 125 mile undersea tunnel spanning the Bering Strait! The plan was announced in China’s state-run newspaper, the Beijing Times, and apparently Russia is already on-board with the plan. While it would be nice to travel from China to America in two days without setting foot in a single airport, engineers around the globe are skeptical.According to the report, which cites a single expert at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chinese officials “are considering a route that would start in the country’s northeast, thread through eastern Siberia and cross the Bering Strait via a 125-mile long underwater t ...
On the insane Chinese plan to build an undersea rail tunnel from Russia to Alaska, passing under the Bering Strait:
somebody put me in a box like Houdini and drop me in the Bering Strait please.
Last time I heard of this debate/theory was that instead of crossing over Bering Strait, the indeginous people...
This group has the best stories and great story tellers. Better than Bering Straits or YK Delta. :-)
Moving on from readings about the Nahuas, Mixtecs, and Maya from Mexico to the Eskimos of the Bering Strait.
The answer to Friday's TRIVIA GAME was: the land mass which is now the Bering Strait. It is believed that the original inhabitants of the Western Hemisphere crossed over this land bridge from Siberia to Alaska and spread from there throughout North, Central and South America. My former colleague Nancy Warner McGrady phrased her answer as saying that it was where Sarah Palin could see Russia from her deck. Close enough! Hoo Raah and an imaginary lollipop! Next game goes off tomorrow.
Icebergs from my flight across the Bering Strait this morning.
you are the galaxies and I am the bering strait.
Finding a brass horse bridle in Bering Strait is an indicator of Genghis Kahn first campaign which he came with 12,000 strong and went home with 5,000 defeated. His plan was to corner the fur trade with the Chinese...powerful warriors our Iñupiat. Our version of this war is Pissiktaagvik.
We think probably a plane, as a boat would take too long and the walk over the Bering Strait is cold. N&N
"wants to an underwater across the Bering Strait to via
She's one to talk. Her idea of diplomacy is yelling at the commies from her backyard across the Bering Strait.
Photo taken in Spring 2007, on the Bering Strait, in Wales, Alaska.
Mexico: Oldest human remains found in Americas. 12,000yrs old. Descended from Asian Siberia - Alaska - Bering Strait.
wants to build high-speed railway to US through Siberia and Bering Strait
You can download the conservation plan for the Russian far-east at this link: .
The idea of traveling between the United States and China without flying might seem ridiculous to virtually...
International teleconference open to the public today at 2:30 p.m. (Alaska Time) . . . join ION's Bering Strait...
D1846.6 - Man killed and restored as invulnerable [ Bering Strait ]
China wants to build an underwater train across the Bering Strait to Alaska via
First Americans were Asian? A skeleton was found dating back to 15,000 yrs. ago from the Bering Strait.
Genetic sequencing on a 12,000-year-old skeleton suggests that all native North and South Americans are related
People trying to use it to prove that all Americans before Comlumbus only got to the Americas across the Bering Strait. The usual.
Is the Bering Strait theory confirmed? Do we Americans come from Asia? Interesting remains found in Quintana Roo:
Proof Americans came from Siberia. But were they first? In
This sounds ridiculously awesome! CHINA BUILDING TUNNEL TO U.S.? A number of news sources claim that the Chinese government hopes to construct a bullet train that would run from northeastern China to the United States. The train would have to travel 8,000 miles through China, Russia and Canada to reach the U.S., and would require a tunnel running 125 miles under the Bering Strait. AOL News reports that there are many skeptics, especially when it comes to that tunnel running 124 miles under icy water. Possible, the skeptics say, but very, very expensive. - D. & J.
WESTERN JOURNALISM The Reasons Russia May Try To Take Alaska Back The Russians are feeling somewhat giddy these days as they reclaim by force former parts of the Soviet Union and the imperial Russian Empire. It is a little known fact in America that two current U.S. states used to be controlled from Moscow, Alaska and parts of California. In my frequent trips to Russia, I quite often hear the tall tale that the U.S. stole Alaska from Russia and that they want it back. Of course, these accusations are made in jest, but not entirely. Have you ever heard the term Freudian slip? Although Putin has said he does not take these claims seriously, I think there is a deep longing among the Russian people that the Alaskan territory really belongs to the Russian Federation. In the eighteenth century, imperial Russia was on the move, expanding in all directions (and especially to the east.) Siberia had long been under the control of the tsar in Moscow, but the Russian traders crossed the Bering Strait and developed a ...
I am getting a bit tired of people bashing Sarah Palin. They claim that she said, "I can see Russia from my house." That was Tina Fey dressed as Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live. What Sarah actually said was, "You can see a part of Russia from a part of Alaska." Referring to Big Diomede (Russian) and Little Diomede (Alaska) which are a mere 5 miles apart in the Bering Strait. Go to Google Maps and see for yourself, please.
Another nice memory just digged out from my smartphone. Kiyoko performing their amazing 'Track 3' Live @ VPX07, Cross Club, Prague few weeks ago. Such wonderful and powerful music! One of the best musical experiences to the date. Thanks and big shouts to Volnej Průběh, SYNKRO, Bering Strait.
Tlingit Peoples: The Tlingit people, whose name means "People of the Tides", have a vast history; many speculate its origins dating as early as 11,000 years ago. Two major theories exist as to where the Tlingit people originate from, the largest being a coastal migration across the Bering Strait land mass from north Asia. Others, however, believe that the Tlingit people may have migrated from Polynesia by island-hopping. However, it is not disputed that the Tlingit settled along Southeast Alaska thousands of years ago. For these many years, they lived a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, subsisting off of the abundant Alaskan wildlife in a fashion few still continue today. The Tlingit people shared relations with the neighboring Haida and Tsimshian tribes, as they do in the modern era. These peoples traversed the area with large canoes of red cedar, often averaging sixty feet in length. Trading their prized Chiklat robes, shells, and jewelry, they received well-crafted canoes and sturdy cedar trees from the Haida ...
Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact is interaction between indigenous peoples of the Americas who settled the Americas before 10,000 BC, and peoples of other continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, or Oceania), which occurred before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Caribbean in 1492.For practical purposes, travel across the Bering Straits, or the former land bridge in the same region are excluded. Only one instance of pre-Columbian European contact – the Norse settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada c. 1000 AD – is established beyond reasonable doubt. Many further forms of pre-Columbian contact have been proposed, based on historical accounts, archaeological finds, and cultural comparisons. However, most claims of such contact are controversial and debated, due in part to much ambiguous or circumstantial evidence cited by proponents. The scientific responses to pre-Columbian contact claims range from serious consideration in peer-reviewed publications to dismissal as fringe scie ...
Get a new from Bering Strait School District in Unalakleet, AK.
On the Bering Strait theory "Learning that I did not believe in the Bering Strait Theory, the Anthropology Department at Colorado University, in a series of secretive e-mails, decided I was a racist reactionary trying to destroy their fictional enterprise and agreed not to invite me to speak to them. . Around the country, the reception has pleased me to no end. Instead of defending me, many Indian students called my bluff and went to the libraries and found I was right - no good evidence except the mental illness of the academy exists supporting this theory." 1977 Vine Deloria Jr. "Red Earth White Lies" pref p xi
The Rubber Ducky As researchers, we often spend thousands, sometimes millions of dollars on sophisticated equipment to help us gather data. So who would have guessed that one of the pieces of equipment that has taught us the most about ocean surface currents would be the little rubber duck; or shall I say thousands of little rubber duckies. Let me explain… …in January of 1992 a freighter on route from China to the United States was in a fierce storm a few hundred miles north west of Hawaii. A container holding 29,000 rubber ducks fell overboard and everyone at the time thought the story ended there. However, later that year thousands of rubber ducks began washing up in Australia, the East Indies and the southern coast of Alaska. There were also a few that washed up in Hawaii, but not near as many as other locations. Over the next four years little yellow ducks continued to wash up in Chile, north west Russia and the state of Washington. As reports of the toy ducks came in, scientist mapped their locat ...
history also tells us that your people came across the Bering Strait
Halito! If Buju Banton's prayer was about original "Black" People of the West Bank, then it would be somewhat surprising to find that they were also here in the America's, especially since it's been drilled into our brains that the tribes developed in isolation. We should find no traces of similarities between cultures, right? We should not find Shamal, Shamel, Shamrocks or Shams--Attached to Black Cultures, Right? Shamel Bazar Iran (Sistan va Baluchestan) Shamel Dherai Pakistan (North-West Frontier) Shamel Creek Washington (Stream) Shamel County Park California (Park) Shamel Park California (Park) What the word “Shamel” in the Americas proves is that we were lied to. American Indian tribes did not develop in isolation in the Americas. Not only was there contact, but actual immigration, settlement and development of aboriginal lands by Black Aboriginals throughout the continent, including North America. Black Aboriginals from the tip of Argentina to the Bering Strait in Alaska were related to each oth ...
Geography facts India:- Name the seas joined by Suez Canal? - Red sea and Mediterranean sea Where is the Caspian sea, the largest inland sea or lake in the world located? - Partly in Europe and partly in Asia Where is Elephant Pass located? - Sri Lanka What was the old name of Indonesia? - Dutch East Indies Name the strait which separates Africa from Europe? - Strait of Gibraltar Mc. Mohan Line demarcates the boundary between which countries? - India and China Where is the World's largest ship canal? - Gota in Sweden Name the Strait which separates Asia from North America? - The Bering Strait Durand line is the border common to which two countries? - Pakistan and Afghanistan Name the country which has longest international boundary with India? - China Radcliffe line is the boundary line between which countries? - India and Pakistan Name the Strait connecting Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal? - Palk Strait
A long pause on the Bering Strait bridge plus Native American languages tied to mostly extinct language in Siberia,
Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC) is headquartered in Nome Alaska, and is owned by Alaska Native shareholders, BSNC actively pursues responsible development of our resources and other business opportunities. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of our people through economic developm...
not sure what you have in mind, but AFTER NATURE extremly relevant (esp. parts 1 (Grunewald) & 2 (voyage to Bering Strait))
Howee i just left the [not going to say]-mart (unless they pay for product placement). They got some serious el-cheaparino bargains on every collsarn food item you can eat, chew, drink, and probably barf on up. Some stuff is so off off label I don't even think it's made on earth. The rest of the "deeply discounted" stuff's got labels in Chinese, except the Chinese Food products that are in some squiggle scrawl that sure ain't from this side of the Bering Straits. Nonetheless I found a hearty box of wine from Winnipeg, veggie burgers from Vietnam, Soy cheese from Siam, and went to the check out line. I know these folks are paid something like below minimum wage, so there's no reason to be remotely polite, but gimme a break. They talk on the phone, chewin' gum, yap to each other, and look at you like some vermin. All to save a few bucks. I say bleh. Make that double bleh. I'd rather be stopped at the door, frisked, and get the shake down for shoppin' and lookin' suspicious than be in some dehumanized zone. ...
Over the past few weeks, new scientific discoveries have rekindled the debate over the Bering Strait Theory.
I urge everyone to read the following words in order to better understand and navigate the undercurrent of the current Cold War that threatens to kill many more innocent people in the East and in the West! Behind the Russian Rage: As the old saying goes, you cannot truly understand a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes.Perhaps Americans, a fortunate tribe, should try to see the world from the vantage point of the Russian people and Vladimir Putin, and, as the poet Robert Burns said, “see ourselves as others see us.”At 35, Putin was a rising star in the elite secret police, the KGB, of a superpower with a worldwide empire.The USSR was almost three times as large as the United States. Its European quadrant was half of the Old Continent. The Soviet Empire extended from the Elbe River in Central Germany to the Bering Strait across from Alaska. It encompassed thirteen time zones.North to south, the USSR reached from above the Arctic Circle down to the Middle East. Beyond the contiguous empire wer ...
spaniards? English? Or the peoples that crossed the Bering Strait? Just the white skinned, right
AS ALASKAN GOV YOU ARE IN C H A R G E OF WHAT HAPPENS IN W A T E R S around State of ALASKA, USA !!! *might want to tell MOST of the the ILL INFORMED voters especially LEFTIES & many Delusional RINO R epublicans too?!!! In her Sept. 11 interview with ABC's Charlie Gibson, Sarah Palin had this to say about Russia: "They're our next-door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska." Is that true? Yes. Russia and Alaska are divided by the Bering Strait, which is about 55 miles at its narrowest point. In the middle of the Bering Strait are two small, sparsely populated islands: Big Diomede, which sits in Russian territory, and Little Diomede, which is part of the United States. At their closest, these two islands are a little less than two and a half miles apart, which means that, on a clear day, you can definitely see one from the other. The Diomede Islands are often blanketed by persistent fog, which makes visibility difficult. On a clear day, though, a pers ...
Got to deliver some straight talk to our neighbor, the tyrant across the Bering Strait. Tune in to the Tonight... http:/…
All these God damned shootings are stage people..
'Native' Americans who immigrated here from the west via the Bering Strait. Physiology.
it's all good, 3rd base aka the Bering Strait has to be bad too
Humans May Have Been Stuck on Bering Strait for 10,000 Years. The ancestors of Native Americans may have lived on...
Ancient travellers to America: settlement may be submerged under the Bering Straits
Focus on northern Kamchatka/the region to the east - leading to the Bering Strait and Alaska again.
actually "Native Americans" migrated from Eurasia 15,000 years ago when the Bering Strait was frozen over
k, thanks for not answering, throw your phone across the Bering Strait or what?
Remember when your social studies teacher told you the natives came here from Asia and the Bering strait? Noe that's some primate thinking.
Karl Bushby - Crossing the Bering Strait on foot
SUDDENLY! Inscription on the poster from top to bottom: He guarded the borders of his country; he protects its citizens abroad; he banned in schools *** propaganda. he pursues financial criminals; he puts in jail those who blaspheme in the churches; he puts the country's interests above his own. Putin for President! Kevin Barrett, 11.03.2014, Fed up with the corruption at the state level, deceitful, barren leadership, a group of Americans had requested that the accession of the Russian Federation. «We collected signatures for holding a referendum on the question: whether to remain state-bankruptcy - managed criminal oligarchs country with a broken economy - or join the Russian Federation under the authority of the President with successful experience in the breaking of the horns, the oligarchs,» says bill Blatsky, head of the Committee “Join Russia - Putin's presidency”. Supporters of the referendum indicates that the U.S. has a deep historical ties with Russia. «Almost 20% of the United States is ...
The islands are separated by an international border, which is also part of the International Date Line, approximately 2 km (1 mi) from each island, at 168°58'37"W. At their closest points, the two islands are about 3.8 km (2.4 mi) apart. The small habitation on Little Diomede Island is centered on the west side of the island at the village of Diomede. The Big Diomede Island is considered the easternmost point of Russia. The Diomede Islands are often mentioned as likely intermediate stops for a bridge or tunnel (Bering Strait crossing) spanning the Bering Strait. During winter, an ice bridge usually spans the distance between these two islands; therefore during such times it is possible to walk between the United States and Russia.
GU study featured in the offers a new view of language ties & ancient migration across the Bering Strait:
Though they're spoken on opposite sides of the oceans, the languages of North America and Siberia are related
The other night I had to argue that the Bering Strait separates Russia & Alaska, not China & Alaska. Seriously. He even made me Google it.
Ice sheets trapped ancient Americans in refuges on land now under the Bering Strait
Native Americans along the Pacific Coast and aboriginal Siberians may have both originated from populations living on the land bridge now submerged under the Bering Strait, a new language analysis suggests. The language analysis, detailed today (March 12) in the journal PLOS ONE, is consistent with…
Very interesting! A lost ancient language in the Bering Strait area via
A biased reading of the Anzick boy results and an flailing attempt to subvert the evolving narrative of...
Q. The cool temperate grasslands of South America are known as : ans. pampas Q.The greater himalayas is otherwise called as : ans. Himadri Q. Asia and North America are seprated by : ans. Bering strait Q. The cup shaped mouth of the volcano is : ans. Crater
Diminishing sea ice in Arctic waters has opened up new lanes of aquatic traffic and new research from the University of Washington has found that when it comes to the Bering Strait – whales and commercial ships are on a collision course.
Excerpt: "... it would mean that the Mayan DNA was at least 25,000 years old and imply that the Mayans had left...
Linguistic Light on a Continent’s Peopling New thoughts on crossing the Bering Strait. Absolutely fascinating.
all good hes about to cross the Bering Strait
New Clues to How Native Americans Colonized Americas: Languages spoken along the Pacific Coast and in Siberia ...
Katy standing on the frozen Bering Strait
Pickaxe? A stone and stick was good enough for your forebearers who crossed the ice tunnel on the Bering Strait.
. The Bering Strait bridge will be an engineering marvel.
today’s indigenous groups across the America's are genetically related to the early peoples who roamed this continent
In 10th grade Elle & I were saying that we wished there was a bridge between NA & Europe & mark said "there is its called the Bering strait"
Photoset: peterfromtexas: The Diomede Islands are located in the middle of the Bering Strait between...
I feel like I'm navigating the Bering Strait .
Someday soon, it might be possible to drive from LA to Beijing.
Once again this shows how labeling is used as a form of oppression:. Read more at
“The power to name reflected an underlying power to control the land, its indigenous people and its history.”...
More Reasons to Doubt the Bering Strait Migration Theory - via
It will to be hard to tell in LA traffic if you're out during rush hour or if she actually made it to the Bering Strait.
Ships vs in Bering Strait. Climate change at work (again).
Learn something new every day. Horse breed I didn't know about. The akhalteke is an ancient breed descended from one of the four horse types that crossed the Bering Strait from the Americas in prehistoric times. Approximately 10,000 years ago, as desertification took hold of Central Asia, the stocky horses indigenous to its steppe grasslands began to evolve into the lean and graceful but hardy horses that inhabit Turkmenistan today. As food and water became more scarce the heavy frame of the horse gave way to a lighter one. Longer necks, a higher head carriage, larger eyes and longer ears evolved to better the horse’s ability to see, smell, and hear predators over the increasingly open plains. The golden coloring predominant among the akhalteke provided the necessary camouflage against the desert landscape. Through natural selection a breed was created which would become the pride of Turkmenistan. In appearance the akhalteke horse is similar to its descendent, the Persian Arab, though in size it is mor ...
Native Americans lived in Bering Strait for millennia – GlobalPost
Native Americans lived in Bering Strait for millennia: study - Business Standard
Whales, ships more common through Bering Strait
Bering Strait crossing! Yes that's right while looking for info on a contract for buying alaska I came across a lot of info on Russia trying to build a road to nome! Saying they would spend 65bill. 65 billion on a bridge or tunnel to nome what is alaska doing? Well for a untold reason we are making a road to nome form manly hotsprings. "Because there's resources in that part of alaska". Well that's very interesting imma post a link to read more.
Shan Nee shares... “First…. Many Indigenous Nations have calendars which have been counting the years for a very long time. I am aware that the calendar of the Mohawk Indian Nation has been counting the winters for over 33,120 years. This pre-dates the so-called ‘land-bridge’ of the Bering Strait theory, unless, of course, the Bering Strait scientists decide to move their interestingly illusive time period for “early migration” of Indians back to 40,000 years! Many American Indian early histories tell of events that took place on this Turtle continent (North America) long before any so-called ice age. But, for political reasons, these histories have been mostly ignored. You see, the Bering Strait, in truth, is a theory that was born of the politics and propaganda of early America. In the midst of the American ‘Manifest Destiny’ social climate, the Bering Strait theory provided a ‘scientific’ means to justify the taking of ancestral Indian lands. In short, the mythical theory eased the ...
Even Small Trees Bear Fruit Roger Lee Koehler A Eulogy by Johnny Carsin Nogenic Born- back around 1933, I think… died- January 11th, 2014 (near-about) Roger Lee Koehler was born into a large family, in that his brothers grew to be nearly 7 ft tall. Like his older brother, Dale, Roger wasn’t cursed with excessive stature, his man height was 5’ 4’’. What he lacked in height, he made up for in a much more important category- The lil’ fella had game. Yes, diminutive as he was, Roger was adept with the fairer sex, often juggling multiple relationships at the same time. He came of age in the ‘50’s, and was a man of his era. Leather jacket, blue jeans, white t-shirt and a pompadour with enough grease in it to lube a Cadillac. Roger served with distinction in the United States Air Force as a machine gunner on a helicopter during the Korean Conflict. He never set foot in Korea, being sent to patrol the Bering Strait in Alaska instead. His orders were shoot to kill anything coming from the west, fea ...
I am definitely going to get myself into trouble for this one, but if you are one of people who were upset by the Coke commercial, 1) you should not be that emotionally impacted by a soda commercial (take two chill pills and call me in the morning) 2) You could probably use a quick refresher on the linguistic history of "America". 1. The name "America" is the feminized LATIN version of Amerigo, as in Amerigo Vespucci, an ITALIAN explorer. 2. The first inhabitants of America traveled here from Asia, over 12,000 years ago. they migrated across the Bering Strait. These "Native Americans" did not speak English, however learned it thousands of years later, around the time they were being systematically wiped off the continent by the forefathers of this nation. 3. The second visitors were from I believe were Norse ("Vikings") (did not speak English) 4. Spain and Portugal were pretty heavy in the next wave of folks; Columbus and the Conquistadors. (not English) 5. The French were heavy in the America explora ...
American Indians - Native Americans The features of American Indians are very similar to the Mongols who live in Asia , and this is because the current Bering Strait did not exist and Asia and America, being attached to each other, so to allow these populations transit staring at their first home in Canada and later in the United States . Their first contact with the rest of the world date back to about 1100 years AD, the Vikings are having the honor of meeting for the first this new breed. But the turning point in their existence , takes place in 1492, when Christopher Columbus, who had to reach the Indies , landed on their shores and so calls these new peoples "Indians" . A few years later , starting the first European expeditions to the discovery of the new continent , and then the colonization of the eastern United States and Canada, resulting in the beginning of the clashes with the tribes threatened in those lands . In 1755 the British and the French begin a war to possess the Ohio Valley . Even the ...
Both alone in the dark. We long to see the sun rise over the bering strait.
Who wants to play in the straw?. Bering Strait Newfoundlands, Part 2. :)
Going to go to website of Bering Straits School District and watch the live State Volleyball Championship game at 5:00 P.M. Unalakleet versus Golovin. Tia Wilson and Larry's granddaughter Jonisha (who is a Senior in High School this year) is playing.
Coast Guard Approved. Featuring an incredible litter from Bering Strait Newfoundlands. Thank you Kelly, Katelyn,...
Bering Straits Foundation Annual Native Art Auction tonight at Nome, Alaska. Plan to attend and please support the BSF, trying to raise funds to help the scholarship, fellowship and other programs. Thanks! :)
II A History of American Indian Pottery There is evidence of early human settlement on this continent dating from at least 25,000 B.C., long before recorded history began. Most scholars believe that Indians entered the continental United States from Asia, traveling across the Bering Strait and through Canada, between 25,000 to 8,000 B.C., when the land bridge existed. Others believe that Indians may have come north from Central or South America. (Or did they spring from the earth, as their own legends have it?) Surely there was movement back and forth between North and South America. Dr. Carl Dentzel, the late director of the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, told me that he had carbon-dated Indian pots from 30,000 B.C. in North America. Most of our knowledge of the first American Indians is based on their claywork alone; fired clay is the only material on earth that does not change with time. North America provided a wide range of territory for these early people, from Arctic to subtropical climes. What i ...
It's State Championship Day for Mixed 6 and 2A Girls Volleyball. What a treat today! Two state championships being decided by conference rivals. Leading up to it you can follow webcasts of all the consolation action at bssd.org. Our state championship webcasts/broadcasts on bssd.org begin at 5 pm with the Mixed 6 2012 Champion Unalakleet Wolfpack squaring off with their conference rival, the Golovin Lynx At 7 pm will be the 2A Girls State Championship match between the Su Valley Lady Rams and the Lady Raiders from Unalaska. This match will also be broadcast on kucb.org. Good luck to all our teams, coaches and fans! And a huge thank you to the staff and students of Bering Straits School District for their coverage of these tournaments!
David Babb: Sea ice export through the Bering Strait -> great data suggesting it could be a new export pathway in a warming climate
Wish the mail service was a lot faster,didnt get my check from bering straits yet.
Wish there was a land bridge on the Bering Strait.
Poem from Quentin (Eight Tiny Sticks) Eight Tiny Sticks From nearby mountains, from bird song and butterflies came each morning my Mayan carpenter - serious, black mustache and eyes, to work beside me, the rich American, at my Mexican home. I pondered his humanity, no dialogue, smiles lost, maybe, generations ago crossing the Bering Strait - lost that is, until after the incident with the sticks. It was the time he brought his family with him. A boy, strong father-like, mixed concrete in the front yard, two little girls, wide awake, live wires, hunted for seashells in gravel by the road. Suddenly the girls decided that it would be a good idea to mimic everything I did. So I scratched my head, walked funny, limped, made bizarre noises, a little rumba mixed in my work, then, stood on one leg - all of which they mirrored perfectly. I picked up four nails their father had dropped, put them on the scaffolding. Then hands on my hips I smiled at them. It was check - no more nails. Anxious looks. One, the one wit ...
Bering Strait. For Rachel. We’ve been crossing this frozen ocean, snowblind in a perpetual storm. Our tribe has endured this trial so long ...
Bering Strait - Apart taken from the 'Apart EP' released 18/02/13
AW YEAH. Now that I listen to it, the EP version is better than I remember. BERING STRAIT IS MY FAV THO.
I know it's old news but I'm pretty excited about the US$65 billion Siberia-Alaska rail and tunnel across the Bering Strait
In 1956 Soviets proposed a joint project to build a dam across Bering Strait in order to warm the Arctic Ocean but it wasn’t found practicable by the US.
how i'm making the most from my recovery: Bering strait crossing
Ancient humans, venturing across the ice bridge to North America, got lost quite often. They found it very hard to keep their Bering Strait.
A dirty partnership following on to Shell's mess in Nigeria. The world cannot afford another catastrophe like BP's dilemma in the Gulf of Mexico. Imagine the filthy frozen residue floating across the Bering Strait and being released in the warm Gulf stream current that circumnavigates so many countries. This should be on the plate at UN Security.
I can see liberal media from the Bering Strait. Oh dear...
Every college should hand these out to girls
In HELLO, AMERICA by J.G. Ballard, depletion of energy resources results in America being abandoned, while damming the Bering Strait has resulted in most of the continent being turned into a desert populated by derelict cities. After detecting radiatio ...
You'd think I was a Little rascal the way I parasail across the Bering Strait like a pterodactyl
If you ever feel like you landed in the middle of a story, please scroll to the bottom of the Timeline and start reading from the beginning of this brief history. Most general information on the USCGC Bering Strait - Whec 382 is covered first and then it turns to a chronological history of the ships final year as a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter.
My poem to mark the "end" of the bailout. First aired on The Business last Saturday. Bering Strait by Colm Keegan
The first evidence of humans in Parker County was left by Siberians. (No joke) I've found several of their "Clovis" dart points, several inches long. They followed game down the frozen Bering Strait into Alaska, on to the Brazos and down into our area. Three large oval stones found at Malakoff Texas, 12 feet down in gravel deposits had crudely chipped faces...and the eyes were slanted marks.
AYY shoutout to black ice for giving me a bruise on my *** the size of the bering strait
I like when people speak of "Native Americans" if they were a rock formation or landmass. No Bering Strait migration.People just popped up.
Lunch break trivia answer. Q: Which of the following bodies of water tends to feature the choppiest seas? Gulf of Aden, the Bering Strait, or The Strait of Magellan. A: The Strait of Magellan. The strong currents winds can easily stir up choppy seas, especially on the Pacific side. However, the strait offers more sheltered passage than the nearby Cape Horn.
This week's edition of Movers and Shakers features news from Bering Straits Native Corporation, Associated General Contractors of Alaska, and GCI, appointments at the Fairbanks and Bethel District Courts, and more. Click below for a full listing.
Who Are The Cherokee? Some secrets of old are now being told no longer hiding in the wind. Speaking out strong through art, poetry and song providing guidance now and again. - Cherokee Who are the Cherokee and where did they come from? And where are they going? In order to determine a straight line in any direction, you must establish a point of origin, a starting point. For the Cherokee, there are many origin stories as each historian has diligently worked to prove what he already believed. At least one scholar, Dr. Jeffrey Goodman, in his book American Genesis, takes exception with the “Bering Strait” theory and claims that modern man has existed here in North America, specifically in Southern California, for at least 50,000 years. Europe and Asia were still populated by Neanderthal man at that time. He further suggests that the “Bering Strait” crossing did take place, but more than likely, in the opposite direction. Here are two legends for consideration. THE LEGEND OF THE KEETOOWAHS Cherokee o ...
pretty much how I'm going to celebrate my first day off from school tomorrow.
It annoys the heck out of me to hear White people take ownership of America.actually it annoys me for any group to claim America as theirs and to speak on patriotism.the fact is that the Native Americans came to this land known as a New World , because of the long ago changes in the earth's atmosphere.creating the Bering Strait, ...IT IS BELIEVED that they came from Asia.once slaves entered the landscape becoming FREE labor, America went into economic wealth but democratic decline.once people from all nations flocked to America , the diversity we know today ,developed.so how in The *** does America belong to white people ? When I see these types of posts on FB, I want to explode.not saying all White people think this way because I'm smarter than that and I know some very decent white folks, but ugh.
The Bering Strait Relay Swim. 40 swimmers representing 11 countries hope to make an unprecedented attempt to swim from ...
Aki is spinning 'Apart' by Bering Strait in the Chillout Mixer:
50% increase in use of Bering Strait-Barents Sea route in 2013, but cargoes up only 7.5% on 2012
Need this world wide... crossing the Bering Strait and connecting 5 continents...
My theory on historic expansion of the human population in Grand tribes and the one under each other. I see no evidence refuting that we, as a human race, all came from one human from Africa. I reject the sorry excuse for a theory of Bering Strait and also Aryan Invasions. Being that there is lighter hues of peoples some more than others and light hair, eyes, less coarse hair than others, this all points to something which every original culture and people of the planet are able to have among themselves that result in a light skinned or hued or less melanin or less coarse hair. This is, scientifically unarguable and it is Albinism. Albinism to me I don't think it is a disease, rather the colonizers and, today, Neo-Colonialists try to cover up like many other magnificent things of simple science as to correlate Albinism of characteristics of eye problems, strabisnis, nastigmatism, and stigmatism, and irritation to see light. They deny this because admitting to another, simple scientific fact that and ...
A conversation with someone back home would be nice right about now. Hows you been northwestern Alaska? Bering Strait? Norton Sound?
About to take the plunge into the Bering Strait aka my shower. Pray I don't hypothermia.
would never have a decent night's sleep next to someone they are attracted to. Wide Awake.
Ask Bobby, Liam and Roxi. They went last summer. Fleur and Roxi live in Delaware right near NY. You are having a very interesting year, from Hawaii to the Bering Strait to Arizona and New York. Started asking people at Farmer's markets about their business side. Not easy to be successful in that venue. NYC has established markets, worth a look.
If the 40-member team, representing 14 countries, succeeds in swimming across the Bering Strait from Russia to Alaska, it will make the records books.
Does the field of cryptozoology follow the scientific method? Yes, it does! Here's why! The below is the scientific method process compared to the process of cryptozoology. The cryptid we will use in this illustration will the famous "Bigfoot". 1). Ask a Question -Cryptozoologists, first of all, have to ask several questions like "Where is bigfoot located at", "What is bigfoot?", or even in some cases, "Does bigfoot actually exist?". For the sake of time, we will keep to the question:"What is bigfoot?" (Is bigfoot a known creature, an extinct creature, or something new?) 2). Do Background Research -First of all, you do background research into what creatures that the bigfoot might actually be. Many people assert that the sasquatch (another name for bigfoot) may be an extinct primate called the Gigantopithicus. For this demonstration, we will use this as our research. We also find in our research that the gigantopithicus only lived in Asia, though. We have to show that the gigantopithicus moved into North ...
An estimated 2,000 Siberian Eskimos lived near the Bering Strait, the Alaskan Eskimos numbered about 25,000.
I need to be in Waynesboro.. more specifically in your bed
Based on your logic, tell the BERING STRAIT that they came from Asia.
Did you know? you can at least theoretically travel 'overland' from Britain to America via the Bering strait
Could I feel your skin on mine before I have to say goodbye?
If I told you where I've been, would you still call me baby?
The DNA gleaned from two ancient Siberian skeletons is related to that of modern-day Native Americans and western Eurasians, new research suggests. The genetic material from the ancient Siberians provides additional evidence that the ancestors of Native Americans made the arduous trek from Siberia across the Bering Strait into the Americas. But it also reveals there were multiple waves of migrations in Asia around this time, said Mark Hubbe, a biological anthropologist at The Ohio State University who was not involved in the study.
Great. We'll take 35 north to the Bering Strait, and then head west across Siberia. Call me with any updates.
Watching moniyawak debate . Blood quantum. Bering Strait migration theories. How "we're all related"... Delicious.
I was browsing Rock Sandpiper subspecies reports in eBird and was confused to see that there are many reports of Aleutian Rock Sandpiper (C. p. couesi) from the coast of the contiguous states, especially in Washington (over 50 reports from a variety of observers), and only one record of the Bering Strait Rock Sandpiper (C. p. tschuktschorum) from the same area. The Birds of North America account describes the Bering Strait subspecies as wintering from south-central Alaska to northern California, and the Aleutian subspecies as essentially a resident in the Aleutian Islands and adjacent regions, with local movements only. Most of the eBird records I looked at didn't specifically address identification to the subspecies level, so in most cases the identification seems to be an assumption based on range, but why are so many people reporting the non-migratory subspecies in Washington and California instead of the expected, migratory subspecies?
Our map of the Bering Strait with location, statistics, history, boundaries, connection between Russia and Alaska. Map of Bering Strait by World Atlas.
Heartbeat Alaska has created 23 Christmas Specials. I will dig into some early ones and include a segment on this year's program from back in the day. Also look for Robby Romero, Inupiaq singing and polar bears from up North, video from coast to coast, from Navajo nation and beyond. Our present to you and thank you to these sponsors: OUNALASHAKA CORPORATION, CALISTA CORPORATION, BERING STRAITS NATIVE CORPORATION, BRISTOL BAY NATIVE CORPORATION, ALASKA COMMERCIAL COMPANY, ARCTIC SLOPE REGIONAL CORPORATION, YUTE AIR. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! We need the rest of Alaska's corporations to come on board. I am waiting by my phone. (907) 230 0640
My husband's home state of Alaska was and still is incredibly important to the health, wealth, and security of the United States. Alaska played an important role in WWII, partially because of its close proximity to Russia and the former USSR. Alaska's governor does have a security clearance higher than most of Congress and must stay abreast of security matters. My husband was born in the Territory of Alaska, which became the 49th state when he was 10 years old. Marv's dad was a pilot in the Army Air Corps (which preceded the U.S. Air Force) and was stationed in Skagway, along with 10,000 troops, placed there because of the very real risk of an invasion coming across the Bering Strait. I absolutely loved hearing Marvin, Sr.and Inez tell about their experiences. My in-laws really were remarkable people...
Bering Strait reunites for a night of music at 3rd And Lindsley. Here they perform their song "Tell Me Tonight". The material was shot by Robert Myers and Bu...
“The ‘Bering Strait Theory’ has never graduated beyond being a theory… The Bering Strait Myth is not so much science as it is politics. Much objective modern science in the past several decades has even suggested that it is highly questionable if there ever was a so-called ‘land-bridge’, or ‘ice-bridge’ as some have defined it. Yes, that’s right, from an in-depth, intensive non-politically affected and unbiased scientific study of earth history, countless scientists (mostly non-American) have concluded that there most likely never was a ‘land-bridge’! When I was young, it was ‘12,000 years ago’ when Indians supposedly migrated over the ‘land-bridge’ into this continent. Over the years, I have watched this number go up from 12,000 years, to 20,000 years, and now in recent print, I have begun to see the number placed at over 30,000 years! It seems that scientists just move the number back whenever something Indian is discovered that pre-dates their Bering Strait migration figur ...
Family legend has it that my great-grandfather, Konstanty, came to North America by crossing the frozen-over Bering Strait. On days as cold as today, I am thankful that I didn't have to walk across a frozen ocean between Russia and Alaska.
Solved Previous Question paper of Kerala PSC Secretariat Assistant / Auditor Examination conducted on 1-10-2007. 1. The Gayatri Mantra is the most revered Vedic Mantra in Hinduism. Which Vedic sage is considered as the author of Gayatri Mantra? Answer: Sage Viswamitra 2. Velakali is a spectacular ritual and martial folk of Kerala. Where did this art form take shape in Kerala? Answer: Ambalappuzha 3. Which region in Kerala is famous for its natural sandalwood forests? Answer: Marayoor 4. During the British rule which river in Kerala was nicknamed as English Channel? Answer: Mahe river 5. Isotopes of an element contain the same number of: Answer: protons but different number of neutrons 6. Which type of mirror is used as a 'rear-view' mirror in vehicles? Answer: Convex 7. Which is the southernmost point of land in the territory of India? Answer: Indira Point 8. The strait that separates the continent of Asia from North America is: Answer: Bering Strait
I’M DROPPING ASHES ON BUDDHA PINOCCHIO I’m dropping ashes on Buddha Pinocchio. Brushing them off his lap, sweeping them off the desk, trying to keep urns of them away from the keyboard with a stubby little brush that looks like Hitler’s moustache. Or Goring’s toothbrush. So much soiled purity. In the acts of love we attend to. So much swamp with the waterlilies. So much ore with the gold. So much rain in a glass of trees. So many ashes to scatter like a dead storm that’s snuffed itself out on a grey wind that rises like a smoke bandanna over the sun on the horizon. Cherry red. Like a tumour. But enough said. It’s not about that eraser head. Pink nibbling nipple. It’s about lunettes and nibs like spearheads that penetrate your heart like Clovis points flint knapped plalanged in Solutria as they inched around the ice age page by snow white page by page by glacial ice sheet to make it all the way to North America in time to disappoint the natives in the Bering Strait as founding peoples of two ...
Closed Bering Strait and global climate. Scientists are unraveling a chain of events that led to large-scale warmings and coolings across the Northern Hemisphere during past ice ages. As ice sheets expanded, water levels dropped in the narrow Bering Strait (left) and cut off the flow of relatively f...
The best Thanksgiving I have ever had was while serving in the United States Coast Guard stationed at the Loran station on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1970. I arrived at the station in September, after leaving the USCGC Bering Strait in Subic Bay, just before she was turned over the South Vietnamese Navy. Like some of the other guys I spent my time off at the beach, where it just so happened that a number of hippies lived in tents. I will say there was sure a difference in the atmosphere from the beach to the station. I soon met and hung out with a guy named George and his wife and three year old daughter. He would always say, we sure must have ruined the earth if we are going to space. Not sure where he was going with that, but it was hippie profound. Back at the station, the Old Man told the crew that each of us could invite one person to Thanksgiving Dinner, so I chose to invite my hippie friends. This didn’t go over very well with the Old Man and he immediately put the kibosh on my invites. Well my ...
Q. Which waterbody seprates the India from the island nation of Sri Lanka ? (A) Bering Strait (B) Palk Strait (C) Strait of Gibraltar (D) Strait of Magellan last ans.a
Well-known straits in the world include: 1. Bab el Mandeb, connecting the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea. 2. Bass Strait, which lies between mainland Australia and Tasmania, and connects the Southern Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. 3. Bering Strait between Alaska and Siberia, which connects the Pacific and Arctic Oceans. 4. Bosporus and the Dardanelles, which connect the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. 5. Cook Strait, separating the North and South Islands of New Zealand. 6. Strait of Dover, between England and France, which connects the North Sea with the English Channel. 7. Detroit River, connecting the Great Lakes, having lent the French translation of strait for naming the city of Detroit. 8. Straits of Florida separate the Florida peninsula from Cuba. The Gulf Stream current originates there. 9. Strait of Gibraltar, the only natural passage between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. 10. Strait of Hormuz connecting the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea, through which Persian Gulf petroleum is shipp ...
44 years ago, yesterday, the Bering Strait left on it's FINAL Double Victor patrol as a U. S. Coast Guard Cutter. This Double Victor would last from 10/30/69 until 1/16/70. During this Victor patrol we encountered a huge storm, the biggest of my life, went to dry docks in Yokosuka, Japan for repairs, and return back to Honolulu. More details about this excursion are coming in a few days. I'm OOO (Out Of Office) and will continue when I return.
"America was discovered in 1492," but "South America is thought to have been first inhabited by humans when people were crossing the Bering Land Bridge (now the Bering Strait) at least 15,000 years ago from the territory that is present-day Russia. They migrated south through North America, and eventually reached South America through the Isthmus of Panama. Some archaeological finds do not fit this theory and have led to an alternative theory of pre-Siberian American aborigines. The first evidence for the existence of the human race in South America dates back to about 9000 BC, when squashes, chili peppers and beans began to be cultivated for food in the highlands of the Amazon Basin. Pottery evidence further suggests that manioc, which remains a staple food today, was being cultivated as early as 2000 BC."
(Phys.org) —It is generally agreed that the ancestors of modern Native Americans were Asian peoples who migrated to North America from Siberia and Beringia – a region proximate to the Bering Strait, Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea – over the so-called Bering Land Bridge, which was exposed, and therefore…
Generally, give or take a few, 33% of every state's budget is spent on corrections. This is outrageous relative to the developed world, but shows you the powerful prison and media lobbies we (along with Rand Paul) are fighting. There is a clear inverse correlation between education and incarceration rates (where the prison lobbies are most active); the lower the state spends on education, the more they allocate to corrections, so the more they are among the leaders in incarcerations-per-capita. Worst states on education (spending per pupil): 5- Mississippi 4- Arizona 3- Oklahoma 2- Idaho 1- Utah (the worst) So no shockers that in our least educated states. Those who followed the Arias trial may know of two of these states in particular. Best states on education: 7- Massachusetts 6- Connecticut 5- Wyoming (Whaa? Surprise) 4- Vermont 3- New Jersey 2- Alaska 1- New York (the best) So the east coast wins here, along with *** Cheney and Sarah Palin, as she watches Putin fly over the Bering Strait from Wasill . ...
Don't dress like a *** if you don't want to get treated like one
When the CIA kills a member of Al-Qaeda, do agents get the day off to mourn the loss of a coworker?
This one is over. Call the strippers tap the kegs, 2nd string is in.
Defense wins games.. Unless you're michigan state
The Bering strait land bridge, about 15,000 years ago when Palin could walk to Russia from her back yard
She had a layer of fat that one might compare to a walrus…said of us female swimmer who conquered the Bering strait and ended the Cold War
says Pete Bray wants to kayak the Bering Strait: Former SAS sergeant Pete Bray talks about his ...
Boobs are amazing. End of discussion.
All I want is a bacon cheeseburger from Five Guys. 🍔
Remember. The Hoff ended the Cold War when his singing demolished the Bering Strait that separated East from West.
Ye better be following me, matey. Wrote a pirate musical for kids. Might not hit Broadway soon but Bering Strait in no time!
Hope my partner in crime has a good as time this weekend.
Could it be that you and me are the lucky ones?
My mom was right.. You are pretty ugly
We will. Until then, Gipsy. -the pilots move the jaeger through the waves of the Bering Strait, moving~
Let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel. -So you mean catch crabs on the Bering Strait? No thank you.
Whites trade Steve Nash and a promise to delete all Bieber songs in exchange for a big booty *** named Big Booty.
I cant believe Im doing a Solo Expedition across the Bering Strait its awesome!
Bering Strait Swim 2013 just short slide's story
Native Americans = asians that cross the Bering Strait crossing
This whole thing has been a mis understand
I've had enough of this world and it's people's mindless games
since America is a big Place...(rather long, eh?) maybe she should be a Native? or somebody from the Bering Strait?
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is reopening a Soviet-era military base in the Arctic, President Vladimir Putin said on Monday, part of a drive to make the northern coast a global shipping route and secure the region's vast energy resources. Two decades after abandoning it, Russia has sent 10 warships behind four nuclear-powered ice breakers to the base on the Novosibirsk Islands, a show of force as it resumes a permanent naval presence in the thawing region. The flotilla was led by Russia's flagship nuclear-powered cruiser, Peter the Great, along the Northern Sea Route, which connects Europe to Asia across Russian waters from the Kara Gate to the Bering Strait. "Our troops left there in 1993, and yet it is a very important location in the Arctic Ocean, a new stage in the development of the Northern Sea Route," Putin told a meeting of Russian defense officials. "We will not only reopen the military base but restore the airfield to working order and make it possible for the emergency services, hydrologists and c ...
Would make sense. The Bering Strait still freezes over every year, I think.
The Asians who came over here on the Bering Strait discovered America... but it ain't right if it ain't white...
Paul, I want to speak w/ you about your Bering Strait swim. Could you please email your contact info to outside?
"Three Sixty," a greatest hits collection with new song "By And Down" set for Nov. 19 release, MJK talks:
Even Native Americans were immigrants. They were actually Asians who crossed the Bering Strait
Just copped some Flyknit Chukkas from Nike... Let's go next day shipping
I don't mind sentimental girls sometimes
I don't believe in the moon. I just think it's the back of the sun
"Your magnetic north keeps my bering strait." Great play on words :)
Just crossed International Date Line; now flying over the Bering Strait into the Arctic Circle at this moment. In flight Wi-Fi is amazing!
even "Native Americans" are immigrants. Their ancestors came from ASIA over the Bering Strait Landbridge. So.
Bering Strait now passable between July and November due to melting Arctic ice. Interesting one for climate change deniers.
Since even the most native of Americans got here via Bering strait, I guess we better cancel the contest altogether.
Form the Kara Gate to the Bering Strait, a rusty Iron Curtain unfurls:
this is Politics of Ontario, why is our starting point the Bering Strait theory.
Still feel bad about breaking that remote ***
You get drunk and talk about how pathetic your life is
Incidentally, Columbus didn't discover America. The first humans to cross the Bering Strait did, thousands of years ago.
Bumper stickers that express disgust for other bumper stickers disgust me
I was having a great Friday until I realized it was still Monday
If I drunk text you and you're asleep, don't text me in the morning, that ship has sailed
I've come to the conclusion that if you stay in Waynesboro you will eventually want to eat your own face
Everyone here descended from migrants, Native Americans as well. Their ancestors migrated from Siberia, across the Bering Strait.
Some experts are predicting that by 2030 the ship transit through the Bering Strait will carry a quarter of all trade between Asia & Europe.
Turned out that Native Americans were immigrants from Asia. They crossed the land bridge over at Bering Strait during last Ice Age.
ur designation real American needs explained.Native Americans after all are descendants of those who crossed Bering strait
Breaking: Deadliest Catch ship Time Bandit jumped by giant Fukushima crab and taken to the bottom of the Bering Strait
Bering Strait: Eskimo whalers in skin boats go high-tech to avoid massive freighters | Alaska Dispatch
Immigration is a fact of life - I keep reading all the hate against immigrants. Well, look, I'm an immigrant. I left my country partly for love, but also because I couldn't get a job, which makes me an economic immigrant. (The type who leaves their country to "find a better life".) both the US and UK have been immigration countries from their very inception. The US was settled visa Bering Strait, the UK from the European mainland. Look at how much the immigrants contributed - how many war heroes, artists, scientists, entrepreneurs are/were first, second and third generation immigrants. Check your own family trees. Chances are, you're one too. Considering the TRILLIONS of dollars/pounds/euros we've thrown at the BANKS to save RICH PEOPLE's FORTUNES, the couple dollars/pound/euros spend on HUMAN BEINGS getting settled among us really isn't a big amount of money. I'd call that a bloody good investment, actually. Rant out. Feel free to unfollow me. Troll comments will be deleted.
The Bravo 369 Lend Lease T-6 Texan at Great Falls. Great Falls was the starting point of the Lend Lease Route which was utilized to supply the Soviet Union with aircraft to fight the Nazi Germans in World War II. The aircraft would be flown from Great Falls to Alaska and then across the Bering Strait into Russia.
1558 The French take the French town of Thioville from the English. 1772 Slavery is outlawed in England. 1807 HMS Leopard attacks USS Chesapeake …British seamen board the USS Chesapeake, a provocation leading to the War of 1812. 1864 Confederate General A. P. Hill turns back a Federal flanking movement at the Weldon Railroad near Petersburg, Virginia. 1865 Confederate raider Shenandoah fires last shot of Civil War in Bering Strait 1884 Navy relief expedition under CDR Winfield S. Schley rescues LT A.W. Greely, USA, and 6 others from Ellesmere Island, where they were marooned for 3 years on Arctic island. 1876 General Alfred Terry sends Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer to the Rosebud and Little Bighorn rivers to search for Indian villages. 1898 ADM Sampson begins amphibious landing near Santiago, Cuba 1910 German bacteriologist Paul Ehrlich announces a definitive cure for syphilis. 1911 King George V of England crowned. 1915 Austro-German forces occupy Lemberg on the Eastern Front as t ...
The strait is very sea ice free at the moment in this image
New Team Epoch member for the Bering Strait paddle just got into Seattle. Let the networking begin.
I'm gonna buy a crab boat and fish the Bering strait
.Are North American First Nations Asian because they crossed here, over the Bering Strait, thousands of years ago. Of course not.
When and I tour, we will be stopping in Kuala Lumpur, the Republic of Chad, the Bering Strait, Stonehenge, and Giza.
ok, i'm done, time to learn about the Bering strait and neanderthals
Carolyns not answering my text messages and I dont know what a bering strait is for geo its making me want to cry errr
- and if you are "native" American, your ancestors crossed the Bering Strait from Asia. We are ALL immigrants!
you are un educated if you think ALL natives came from Bering strait tribes. Lol they were here 4 thousands of yrs!
Bering strait, keep up. U mentioned their descent as if it mattered to their eventual torture & oppression by whites.
No, I'm not either. Just curious. Now, did you know that the 'Native Americans' came here from Siberia, via Bering Strait?
6th edition of NOAA Chart 16220: Bering Sea, St. Lawrence Island to Bering Strait, published May 1 by
"The Chinese & Russians have crossed the Bering Strait. Canada has gone dark. President Hashtag, the American people need to hear from you."
From the Across the Lake Swim to the Bering Strait via Lake Baikal.
Her: I Miss You, Him: You Dont miss me, you miss this D
Madd respect to all the mothers who also have to be the father too, true bere wasteman flexing, tap urself on the bck too, not an easy job, but you strong, take my wig off to ya'll, lmao, happy Father's Day too, xxx sysy exquisite strait love!!!
Everytime I turn around one of my friends is getting married
Gonna take this sudafed with a monster so I can run through the bering strait to Paris and climb le tour eiffel
Reasons I dislike summer:. 1. Mosquitos . 2. You have to shave your legs
Yes,knew that.she talks no sense.& Living on wrong side of Bering Strait...
C-c-c-COLD! And Awesome! 40 Swimmers From 14 Countries Take up the Challenge to Swim across the Bering Strait
I'm a fan of yours and I need a good mistake
Spontaneous plans are always the best
As long as there are tests there will be prayer in public school
The only time a man can truly forget all of his problems, is when he's playing his favorite sport.
Energy drinks are a gift from God himself
“You have to respect the best friend” They ALWAYS have your back.
A very public bath to prepare for the Bering Strait swim. - A couple of weeks ago Shaw TV contacted me to ask if t...
25 years ago on June 13, 1988 we in Alaska opened the border in the Bering Strait with the Frienship Fl on Alaska Airlines Nome Provideniya
You have to respect the best friend
I take it back.. I'll be ok with getting off at 11 any day
Researches state that women they fully matured @ the age of 32 Then men they be come fully matured @ the age of 43 So ya'll shud understand that what ever mistakes we do its bcz we still not yet matured. So bere with us and understand that we still gonna cheat where da u like it or not! Lmao
USA and Russia, Big and Little Diomede Islands in the Bering Strait.
And if you go even further back...They all immigrated here from the Bering Strait, outer space, or some other foreign land.
Also, if you're traveling between Russia and Alaska, you first must get your Bering Strait! :P
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Distance between Russia and America in the Bering Strait is far shorter than between England and France at the English Channel.
Last month I did a DNA test to find out more about my maternal side since my grandmother and I have problems communicating due to a language barrier. I found out that she and my ancestors before her belong to a group stemming from the Bering Strait linked to the "Ice Maiden" found in Russia. So cool! Here is the info of the Haplogroup A2 group I carry in my genome. A2 is a subgroup of A Introduction Haplogroup A arose in Asia almost 60,000 years ago. It is now at its highest levels among Native American groups. Along with several other mitochondrial DNA types found only in Native American and Asians, haplogroup A provides clear evidence that the first people in the New World were migrants from Siberia and eastern Asia. A in Asia Haplogroup A is widespread in Asia today, generally occurring at levels below 10% – but it reaches higher concentrations in some parts of China, Korea and Japan. Some ethnic Chinese populations, such as the Dong and the Yi, carry haplogroup A at levels as high as 30%. One branch ...
Black Roots, you've stated that Prophet Muhammad was a black man. This contradicts THEM in the Theology of Time lecture series dated June 4, 1972. You can go to www.seventhfam.com and hear THEM say in his own words that Prophet Muhammad 1,400 years ago was a white man. They have it online in audio it's the June 4, 1972 tape part 1 side 1. 66. As far as the Mongolians migrating here across the Bering Strait. Here's a quote also from Message To The Black Man Chapter 55, "The black man produces these four colors: brown, red, yellow and white. The original people, whom the white race found here (red people), were the BLACKROOTS SCIENCE 66 brothers of the black man, they are referred to as the Red Indians. The Indian part of the name must refer to the name of the country from which they came, India. The All-wise Allah said that they came here 16,000 years ago and that they were exiled from India for breaking the law of Islam". Aren't Mongolians from Mongolia? 67. Also, according to the teachings of the Nation ...
Want to know what kind of wildlife calls Beringia home? Historically, Beringia is famous for its megafauna – giant animals, such as woolly mammoth, mastodon, arctic camel, scimitar cat, giant beaver, Jefferson ground sloth, bison, and others. Both sides are home for large populations of migratory geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, and shorebirds. Colonies of seabirds are found on both coasts. Contemporary land animals, represented by populations of brown bears, wolves, wolverine, red fox, land otters, lynx, arctic ground squirrels, arctic hares, and numerous small mammals, are also found throughout both peninsulas. Large marine mammals, such as whales, walruses, seals, and polar bears have been the most important component of the subsistence lifestyle of the Native population on both sides of the Bering Strait. Northwest Alaska is also home to musk oxen, caribou, Dall sheep, moose, and black bears. ~sw
Those are all the original non-Blacks. What is called the red race or "Native Americans" is a mix of the yellow race called Mongolians with Black people. It may surprise you to learn that Black people were the original inhabitants of the Americas. The yellow race crossed the Bering Strait some thousands of years ago and intermixed with those original Black inhabitants and produced the so-called "red race". That description of all the non-Blacks should, I think, make clear what I mean by Black people.
Info about Chihuahuas Chihuahua History The Chihuahua -- named for the Mexican state that borders Texas and New Mexico -- is the oldest breed on the American continent. Historians believe they evolved from a wild dog called the Techichi that was domesticated by the Toltecs in 9th-century Mexico. Some even claim the modern Chihuahua originated from a cross between the Techichi and a hairless dog that came to North America from China via the Bering Strait. Chihuahuas were discovered around 1850 in Mexico, where merchants were selling them to tourists. They quickly became popular in the United States and were registered with the AKC in 1904. The Look of a Chihuahua Chihuahuas are the world's smallest dog breed, normally weighing between 2 and 8 pounds with an average height of 6 to 9 inches. Chihuahuas have a "cobby" body -- stout, stocky and slightly longer than tall -- that still seems flexible, sturdy and muscular. Their rounded, apple-shaped heads feature dark round eyes, pointed ears and a slightly poin ...
The most supported traditional hypothesis points out that the earliest well-established human culture in the North American continent were the Clovis, a population of hunters who arrived about 13,000 years before present from North-East Asia through the Bering Strait, and scattered over the continen...
The vicious and predatory Cros are amassing in ever growing numbers in the foothills above the travelers’ temporary encampment. Facing inevitable attack, the tribe hastens to prepare for the last leg of their journey—the perilous voyage across the Bering Strait to the shores of the ...
CAMELID HISTORY The Camelid Family: Camel, Llama, Guanaco, Alpaca, and Vicuña Alpacas, together with the guanacos and vicuñas, are ruminants belonging to the Camelidae family, sub-order Tylopod, order Artiodactyla. This classification includes Asian and Arabian camels and dromedaries, which are not very distant relatives of the South America camel family. The separation begins at the level of the bribes Lamini and Camelino, with the genera Lama and Camelus. From the prairies of North America, two migratory currents were to depart. Some went north, reaching Asia by way of the Bering Strait, and their descendants are the camels and dromedaries. The other group migrated southwards occupied the Central Andes, and after dispersing over the Argentine pampa reached Tierra del Fuego in the extreme south of the continent. The processes of evolution of the two genera were quite different. Anatomical, physiological and behavioral changes have enabled the Camelus to subsist in arid regions where it is subjecte ...
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