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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2010 showed that King Tut's left foot was severely deformed; the inward angle suggests that he had a clubfoot. Researchers believe the boy king also had Kohler disease.

More than 100 walking sticks were found in Tut's tomb; historians originally thought they represented his power, but it's more likely Tut used them to get around.

Albert Zink, head of the Institute for Mummies and Icemen in Italy, told The Independent it would have been impossible for the king to have even ridden in a chariot.

"We concluded it would not be possible for him, especially with his partially clubbed foot, as he was unable to stand unaided."

Scientists believe genetics and inherited diseases played a role in Tut's bad health because of inbreeding. A genetic analysis of his family's mummies suggests that his parents were siblings.


Come on Black people you can catch up with whites in the serial killer department.

(yes it's a macabre joke)


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

"[T]he Tex McDonald faction and around 10 others executed a takeover of the casino in Coarsegold - 40 minutes northeast of Fresno - using firearms and Tasers, according to a federal lawsuit filed by California Attorney General Kamala Harris."

I warned people Casino's on reservations would lead to suffering.


"North Korean state media has attempted to end the international speculation about the whereabouts of leader Kim Jong Un by publishing the first photos of him in more than a month." read more


Thursday, October 02, 2014

"[Retired] Gen. Hahn Sung-Chu.....says dowsers detected three tunnels, 13 to 16 feet (4 to 5 meters) wide at a depth of up to 39 feet (12 meters)."

Why don't they follow these tunnels to the enemies end fill it with copies of "The Interview" and land mines?


Seriously though dowsing works?


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