There were exciting wins over the weekend, and thus gives the probability that there might be strange entries in Monrovia for the quarterfinals at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.On Saturday, fans of Grand Bassa County were extremely embarrassed in the opener of the 2015/2016 National County Sports Meet when the football and kickball squads were humiliated at home – and in their presence.The dominant red and white fans are grumbling for a change in the chairmanship to Garmondeh Karnga – who they said, never caused such humiliation during his tenure.The Orange fans of Bong County took over the field with ‘very wild celebration’ in their two opening wins.The defending kickball champs – Kpatawi girls of Bong dragged the Gbehzohn girls 5-2 points in nine rounds after double tied. The football squad of Bong County maintained the spirits to defeat defending football champs and host Grand Bassa County 2-0.The wins have put Bong one-leg to qualification and need another win to book a place to sojourn to Monrovia for the ‘Big 8.’This means Bassa must win her remaining games in both kickball and football to comfortably join group leader Bong County.One more defeat or a draw will definitely put them out of contention, and will allow either Sinoe or River Gee County to move ahead.The second day of the County Sports Meet – in the Group 1 fixture, River Gee narrowly hammered Sinoe County 6-5 points in kickball; and 1-0 in football.Bong County tops the group with a goal difference followed by River Gee – the favorites.In Group Il battles, Grand Cape Mount County unmercifully whipped Bomi County 19-0 points at the Sanniquellie Sports Stadium.Ivanline Corneh and Mekie Bollied made more home runs, while Myriah Zuo won the highest air ball and veteran kickballer Mary Ben contributed to their success as ‘the pitcher.”In the second game, Nimba County beat Maryland County 11-4 points.In football, Bomi County defeated Grand Cape Mount County 2-1. The 2008/2009 champs got the opener through a spot kick from defender Christian Zeke in the 5th minute. After recess, the 2011/2012 winners rotated the score in the 48th minute from Dada Eto’o strike. Two minuteslater, Bomi’s versatile midfielder Sekou Sheriff increased the tally from a scissor kick. Another win from Bomi County will make them to qualify for the first time in three years since 2011.Host Nimba County and Maryland settled to a pulsating 1-1 draw.Maryland skipper Patrick Williams raised the curtain in the 19th minute, and a minute later, Irvin Gbotoe levelled the tally. Bomi County leads Group II.In Grand Gedeh’s Zone – Group III, Grand Kru whipped River Cess County 6-4 points, and Grand Gedeh thrashed Lofa 15-8 points in kickball.River Cess and Grand Kru counties ended goal-less in the football encounter, while Lofa County exceptionally whipped host county Grand Gedeh 1-0.In Group of IV Montserrado County thrashed host Margibi 7-3 points as well as 3-1 in football.Margibi’s defeat has added to the defeat of host counties to three.The Chairman of the Nimba County Steering Committee, Floyd Tomah told newsmen yesterday that the Mountainous Boys did ‘well’ because she was the only host county which didn’t suffer any defeat.He, however, expressed disappointment over the results owing to the level of preparation since September.However, according to the fixture, the preliminary continues for the ‘Big 8’ quarterfinal slots.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Guinness Cage “East Coast Best vs the Rest” Competition…In another expression of confidence for the work being done by Three Peat Promotions, Julius Variety Store became the latest entity to endorse the organisation’s Guinness Cage Competition following its confirmation of support on Tuesday, at its Regent Street location.Julius Variety Store’s Leslie Mentis (second left) hands over the cheque to Three Peat Promotions’ Rawle Welch in the presence of staffers on TuesdayStaff member Leslie Mentis handed over a cheque for an undisclosed sum to Three Peat Promotions’ Rawle Welch in the presence of staffers.Welch, in response to the kind gesture, thanked the entity for answering the call for support, while promising to conduct the tournament with a high degree of discipline and most of all, pulling out all the stops to meet the stated objective, which is to foster integration among the participating communities and create a better understanding among its inhabitants.The competition kicked off on Wednesday at the Haslington Market Tarmac where all invited 24 teams were in action in front of a large and festive crowd.The five-day tournament, dubbed “the East Coast Best versus the Rest”, pits the best teams from the East Coast corridor against the finest selection from Georgetown.Among the other entities who’ve pledged support are: Banks DIH under its Guinness and Power Wine brands; Clarks footwear giant Chetsons; E-Networks Inc; KSM Investments; Yhip’s Bakery; Brass Aluminium & Cast Iron Foundry (BACIF); Ray’s Auto Sales; YK Investments; Trophy Stall; Express Shipping; Woodpecker Products; National Sports Commission; C Division of the Guyana Police Force; Jai Signs & Auto Designs; Gaming Authority and C & C Prestigious Styles.
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceThe NHL All-Star Game isn’t just a competition among hockey’s finest.It’s a four-day test of their team mascots’ skills — on and off the ice. Sharkie, Wild Wing, Louie, Chance, Slapshot and the others may be pros at raising the noise level in the rink, posing for selfies and charming children, but how are they at playing broom ball and shaking booty?Fans of all ages are invited to watch the antics during the 2019 …
The evidence shows that Neanderthals were fully human, having shared genetic information with us. Why, then, do Darwin Supremacists continue to treat them as “other” than human?One clear case (among many) where paleoanthropologists have been totally wrong has been in the classification of Neanderthals as a separate species, Homo neanderthalensis. As pointed out before, this amounts to a case of historical racism. For years, there have been growing signs that these ancient humans were just as intelligent as modern humans. The clincher in the last few years, though, is that we all have Neanderthal genes in us. Clearly, any individual capable of interbreeding and carrying on fertile offspring over generations counts as a member of the same species.The following headlines show, however, that evolutionists are reluctant to give up the iconic images of “Neanderthal Man” that have decorated evolutionary books for generations, portraying our brethren as dark-skinned subhumans not as bright as Europeans. One technique to keep the myth alive is to say, ‘Well, they may have contributed genes to us, but they were disease genes.’ This is the latest slap on our fully-human ancestors who are not here to defend themselves.Neanderthals didn’t give us red hair but they certainly changed the way we sleep (The Conversation). Darren Curnoe opens his attack with a very racist image of a Neanderthal statue in Germany posed to make it look moronic. “It’s difficult to imagine why our early ancestors would have mated with them,” he says, admitting that 2% of our genome apparently came from them. “Neanderthals were a different species to us after all, and the thought of it seems distasteful to us today.”Neanderthal brains ‘grew more slowly’ (BBC News). Contrary to mounting evidence, Pallab Ghosh tries to keep Neanderthals distinct from modern humans. And yet in the body of the article, he admits to the intriguing possibility that their brains may have been “more advanced” than our own. Here’s how he treats the demise of the old picture, without pinning any blame on the evolutionists for promoting it for so long:The brutish picture of Neanderthals is an old one. In the last few years there has been growing evidence to suggest that they were a distinct human species with some small differences. Now we can say that their growth pattern is similar to ours, too.How Neanderthals Got Their Unusually Large Brains (Live Science). In light of Antonio Rosas’ team’s finding that a Neanderthal child showed delayed development like modern humans (indicating high intelligence, unlike quickly-developing primates), Charles Q. Choi finds a way to keep Darwin happy. He quotes Rosas saying, “Our main conclusion is that Neanderthals shared a common [overall] pattern of growth with modern humans, and this common pattern was possibly inherited from a common ancestor.” The Rosas paper was published in Science.Direct dating of Neanderthal remains from the site of Vindija Cave and implications for the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition (PNAS). This paper just re-dates some Neanderthal fossils that previously showed anomalously young dates. They seem happy to keep them older. “These revised dates change our interpretation of this important site and demonstrate that the Vindija Neanderthals probably did not overlap temporally with early modern humans.” So when did they interbreed? The authors don’t seem to notice that early modern humans go much further back according to new finds. See also Jean-Jacques Hublin’s commentary in PNAS on the new date, and Bob Yirka’s report on Phys.org. Yirka repeats the myth that there was no overlap.Contradicts convention on Denisovans, Neanderthals, modern humans (Science Daily). With flexible Darwin Years to play with, evolutionary paleoanthropologists play with dates to keep Neanderthals, Denisovans and ‘modern humans’ as distinct as possible. Even so, their latest model “contradicts conventional wisdom” about their relationships and dates. Evolutionists don’t mind contradicting conventional wisdom as long as contending models are just as evolutionary and never question long ages.And yet other headlines show that Neanderthals were just like us:Neanderthal Child Grew Just Like a Modern Human (National Geographic). “A 49,000-year-old skeleton supports the notion that long childhoods—thought to help nurse a larger brain—aren’t unique to Homo sapiens.” Note the subtle implication that they were still “other” than us. The article ends with other evolutionists disputing the implications drawn from the fossil, as if wishing to maintain the old view.Neanderthal boy’s skull grew like a human child’s (Phys.org). “Neanderthal brain growth may or may not be like any human population, but surely seems to fit within the normal human range,” one anthropologist admits.More traits associated with your Neandertal DNA (Medical Xpress). While admitting a substantial contribution of Neanderthal genes to the human genome, this article continues to label them Neanderthals, maintaining the racist separation of them and us. At what point are the similarities greater than the distinctions, such that maintaining a separate species name becomes useless?You May Be More ‘Neanderthal’ Than You Thought (Live Science). Even though Charles Q. Choi in this piece seems to be admitting to substantial genetic sharing between us and Neanderthals, he takes the racist position that they only gave us bad genes. “A female Neanderthal who lived in what is now Croatia 52,000 years ago is revealing that our ‘caveman’ relatives may have passed on genes that play roles in cholesterol levels, eating disorders, arthritis and other diseases today, the researchers who sequenced her genome say.” This could contribute to racist notions that less-evolved people have corrupted our genetic purity, except that they did it long ago. That means that today’s Darwin Supremacists cannot fight to eliminate them.Did Neanderthals and Modern Humans Overlap?Another key piece of evidence to blur the distinction between Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis is the revised timeline. Modern humans are now said to go back 300,000 Darwin years, overlapping the traditional Neanderthal dates significantly. Is it plausible to believe there was no interaction between groups of intelligent, migrating humans for such a long time?Modern humans emerged more than 300,000 years ago new study suggests (Science Daily). “This means that modern humans emerged earlier than previously thought,” says one paleoanthropologist. Thought by whom? By evolutionists, certainly. Biblical creationists think they emerged on Day 6 of creation week, and all variation in true humans occurred subsequently.Evolutionists in the Eugenics era used to classify living people as ‘primitive’ or closer to apes than to man. Now they do it with people who are no longer here to defend themselves. If they really think that Neanderthals were “other” than modern humans, let’s see them use CRISPR to cut out their Neanderthal genes and see if that increases their fitness.(Visited 1,647 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0