Skip to comments.What Happened To The Rare Tribes (Tsunami)
Posted on 12/28/2004 6:34:30 PM PST by blam
click here to read article
Indonesia is also home to the famous Toba supervolcano, one that last erupted about 75,000 years ago. Some anthropologists who have studied mitochondrial DNA passing through human generations note that there was a drastic drop in the number of mitocondrial strains in humans around 75,000 to 74,000 years ago, closely matching the last major eruption of Toba. This meant that the Toba eruption may have come very close to wiping out the human race because of Toba's eruption effects worldwide.
Ahhhh. Not toooo surprised though I thought it had been successfully repressed.
I have very similar strong feelings.
Though I realize that there's bad apples in every culture.
And in this case, especially in the KJV
When, in the last 6000 years, has an animal species ever been wiped out by "natural" phenomenon?
I hope you keep watching those stats.
I hope you have a huge capacity to be honest with yourself when they dramatically change.
Wellllllllllll, the cannibals
would be quite happy to
lay him on for dinner!
Sounds great to me.
Still a huge problem throughout the region.
The Caribbeans is another dangerous place to go.
On my vacations I always go back to our Mother continent - the mother of civilizations - Europe.
Unfortunate, but true.
dangerous? in the winter? perhaps during hurricane season, but how is the carribean dangerous?
"I'm not gonna weep for the inhabitants of the Nicobar islands - there have been some sad stories about Western tourists going there and not coming back. Some areas have always been sealed off."
They're cannibals and so they eat them. That's why they never return.
Not to mention volcanos, tropical storms, ice ages etc, that were all more devestation than this quake. The one in Alaska in 1964 for instance was 9.2 just to name one. Not the end of the world. As much as I believe in a creator I do not believe the world is up for destruction, it will die a natural death 4 billion years from now when the sun fails.
"Just my taste, I guess."
No, it's because as the old saaying goes: Birds of a feather flock together.
When in Rome do as the Romans do. Also don't forget to dress, act and be polite to Europeans and they may accept you for your temporary stay, despite not being one of them.
"I love them all."
Good! I hope you marry one of them and move there.
And by the way, Thailand is owned by Thai people, not supercilious, fat, unsmiling eurotrash. I like Thais and pity them for all the unpleasable, unhappy, unsmiling, highly demanding, self-centered, obnoxious, uncultured German package tourists travelling in big groups they must put up with.
In the news, fault is tossed around politically while ignoring a fault in the Earth's crust.
"Once again, we are a very changed world."
Changed world? In what ways?
I haven't changed a bit because of this tragedy.
This is not the first nor will it be the last tragedy.
I don't need to be married to someone in order to love them. This is a basic fact that many eurotrash cannot undertand. That is why they are so unpleasant to anyone they don't happen to be married to. No wonder they go Nazi, worry about lebesraum and blow each other up every century or so.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.