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by Dienekes Pontikos IT IS OFTEN stated either that “modern Greeks look like ancient ones,” or “modern Greeks don’t look like ancient ones” without any kind of factual-based justification which would lead one to accept either opinion. It is well known that genes recombine in each generation…
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by William B. Fox (pictured) HOW HAS Jewish influence shaped religion in our civilization? Does it matter if such influence is deliberate or merely instinctive? If you want an informed answer to these questions, here are some resources to consider: Sir Edward Gibbon on Christianity: The 18th-century…
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