I had a feeling that if I watched the show—which popularizes far-fetched, evidence-free idiocy about how human history has been molded by extra-terrestrial visitors—my brain would jostle its way out of my skull and stalk the earth in search of a kinder host. Or, at the very least, watching the show would kill about as many brain cells as a weekend bender in Las Vegas. I steeled myself for the pain and watched the mind-melting madness unfold. If they did, my entire review would be little more than a string of expletives.
If you look at the map at my web site, you will see that trade routes head north from the Samarra culture sites. Hungarian does appear to share some simple vocabulary, but not the more complex words. Check out Fred Hamori's web page on Ural-Altaic language connections, on my links page, towards the bottom of the Mesopotamia links.
If so, that's a great book. I read that a long time ago. The correct name is Sumer. You are probably thinking about books regarding the hypothetical civilization of Mu or Lemuria, by Col. I read those books too when I was a kid. Of course, there is no place in actual human history for such a civilization.
The only recent discovery that could possibly support the disappearance of such a civilization would be the discovery of the caldera volcano of Toba which erupted around 70, B.
I am used to answering more specific questions than this. I cannot do the job of educating you. I suggest that you order and study a novel, Between the Rivers, by Harry Turtledove. This author already did the background research that you describe and it fills his book. The spoken words were invented long before the written signs.
The inventors of the written signs had learned the spoken words as unbroken phonemic sequences which were no longer analyzed into components. Yes, that is what the word became. Each o in the Turkish word is marked with dieresis.
Are there regular sound-change rules that connect Hungarian 'kebel' with Turkish 'gogoz'? A Comprehensive Reconstruction, Eurolingua, Bloomington, Turkish belongs to the Altaic language family.
The suffix -a forms nouns or participial phrases in Sumerian, so applying your logic, the breast or chest would be the thing that gabs, although Sumerian has no such verb, having hab, 'to stink', and gub, 'to stand'.
Personally, I think that the vocabulary of Sumerian is older and more conservative than the vocabulary of Hungarian or Turkish.
This would mean that some Hungarian vocabulary could have evolved from an early form of Sumerian. Studies of the rates of lexical change have found that the vocabulary of farming cultures is especially conservative and resistant to change.
Symbols for Mesopotamian Gods? I suggest the paperback book: According to my lexicon, it is the origin of the Hebrew Sabbath.Murphy's laws origin. The following article was excerpted from The Desert Wings March 3, Murphy's Law ("If anything can go wrong, it will") was born at Edwards Air Force Base in at North Base.
Ancien régime: Ancien régime, (French: “old order”) Political and social system of France prior to the French Revolution. Under the regime, everyone was a subject of the king of France as well as a member of an estate and province. All rights and status flowed from the social institutions, divided into three.
The show is “Ancient Aliens,” and it’s everything that’s wrong in America. What I mean is that when it debuted in , “Ancient Aliens” put to work certain attitudes and argumentative techniques that have, in the age of Trump, come to dominate our discourse.
Sep 24, · Another ancient Greek philosopher and doctor, Alcmaeon of Croton was the holder of a number of medical firsts, including the idea that the brain was the seat of understanding, rather than the heart.
He also theorized that sensory organs are attached to the brain. Ancient Greek Philosophy. From Thales, who is often considered the first Western philosopher, to the Stoics and Skeptics, ancient Greek philosophy opened the doors to a particular way of thinking that provided the roots for the Western intellectual tradition.
It has been battling to remember its strongest self from Ancient times, the golden years of democracy, Plato, Aristotle, Pythagoras etc and its real identity. It is why the Parthenon is so important. Why the Elginian marbles are so important.