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Scientists Looked At The DNA Of These Pacific Islanders, And Were Stunned At What They Found

A group of scientists decided to look closer into the DNA of the remote Pacific islanders, they made a startling discovery.

A lovely girl with albinism on the northern rim islands of Papua New Guinea |

Albino Girl Photo by Simon Lister -- National Geographic Your Shot this is beyond stunning. i am floored

Dr. Jane Wright, invented cancer treatment

A Moment In African American History Dr.Jane Cooke Wright, African American Cancer Research Living Legend and Pioneer. See more details about her life and work at: "Changing the Face of Medicine":

There is an African folk tale that says that the black stripes on a cheetah's face are tears; they cry because they are not like the other big cats. It as been affirmed by scientists though. that the lines are used to reflect the sun and aid them in hunting.

Cheetah: "This Superb Photograph shows clearly the "Teardrop" effect of the black lines running down the animal's beautiful face. The word: "Cheetah" is derived from Hindi; in turn: From Sanskrit meaning: "Variegated.

Dogon people, Africa. The Dogon have been reported to know about the star Sirius B. Sirius B is is invisible to the human eye. Modern scientists are not sure how the Dogon received this knowledge. The Dogon have never had access to any sort of modern telescopes or any other tools of any kind.

Stylized, and beautiful Dogon Yagule Mask comprising of plant fibre netting, cowrie shells and beads. Used within the Dogon tribe of Mali to represents a fe

Ashanti

In Ghana, the display of gold at the Ashanti king’s jubilee in 1995 was unsurpassed in splendor. This Adioukrou Queen Mother, attending the jubilee, indicates her status by wearing gold turtle & crocodile talismans in her hair.

Masked Ceremonial Dogon Dancers, Sangha, Dogon Country, Mali Fotografie-Druck

Masked Ceremonial Dogon Dancers, Sangha, Dogon Country, Mali

uncertaintimes: Gavin Hellier : Masked Ceremonial Dogon Dancers, Sangha, Dogon Country, Mali via

Dr. Percy Lavon Julian overcame poverty & segregation to become the first African American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences.

Percy Lavon Julian overcame poverty & segregation to become the first African American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences.

Female peer mentors early in college increase womens positive academic experiences and retention in engineering

Being under stress diminishes our abilities to predict new dangers that we face a team of psychology researchers finds. Its work runs counter to the conventional view that stress enhances our ability to detect and adjust to these changing sources of thre

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