The Khasis are a tribe in India that grow their own bridges. For generations they have passed down the art of tree-root manipulation, forming centuries-old ‘living bridges’ out of the powerful roots of the Ficus elastica trees. Source Source 2 Source 3 Photo: anselmrogers-wiki cc / amusingplanet Photo: amusingplanet / anselmrogers-wiki cc Photo: amusingplanet
Those are some bright purple carrots! YUM So fascinating! I did not realize that carrots were originally purple - up until the 16th Century.
In human mitochondrial genetics, L is the mitochondrial DNA macro-haplogroup that is at the root of the human mtDNA phylogenetic tree. ... Mitochondrial Eve is defined as the female human ancestor who is the most recent common ancestor of the most deep-rooted lineages of humanity: haplogroups L, L0 and L1-6. ~wikipedia Those with Haplogroup L may find themselves inheriting this Anasazi gene maternally instead of paternally. The vibrational spin is key and the determinant.