An Echo in the Genes by David W. Dye

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"Dye’s book is a sweeping synthesis of human evolution from some 36,000 years ago to the present. He draws upon climatology, geology, genetics, physical anthropology, and archaeology… Though based on outdated sources, Dye’s basic premise is still intriguing."
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Throughout the last Ice Age, hundreds of tribes of talented swarthy, dark-haired, brown-eyed, small stature humans found shelter and lived in deep dark mountain caves of southern France for thousands of years. During this long frigid almost sunless tundra-like cave life existence, these Ice Age refugees metamorphosed by natural selection into the world's blonde haired, blue-eyed, fair-skinned race. The astonishing prehistoric survival and changes in these "Glacier People" is incomprehensible. This book relates up to modern day the incredible whereabouts and times of these people.


The piercing together of the extensive research for this book has exposed unsought answers to many unsolved mysteries of the world, including those listed below:


Who built Stonehenge? Where is the specific location of the Garden of Eden? Why and when was Atlantis drowned and where is it located? Why did the North Pole axis migrate into Greenland 18,000 years ago? When and where did Noah's flood occur and who were drowned? Who were the ancient Hebrews and from where did they come? Why does global warming cyclically occur every 100,000 years? What scientifically confirmed occurrences caused the recent Ice Age? Who were the biblical "giants in the land"-Were they your ancestors? Why were no Arabs in Egypt during the pyramid-building era? Why were there no camels in Egypt in the pyramid era? Who erected the thousands of ancient European coastline megaliths? From where did the black Irish, Druids and Piets come? Why was England exclusively German before it became "English"? Is that why the German word "England" was chosen? Why are some racial groups addictable to alcohol and others not? What is an echo in the genes?
Enjoy, have fun, be amazed and learn.

 

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Published March 20, 2014 by Trafford Publishing. 418 pages
Genres: History, Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Science & Math.
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on May 26 2014

"Dye’s book is a sweeping synthesis of human evolution from some 36,000 years ago to the present. He draws upon climatology, geology, genetics, physical anthropology, and archaeology… Though based on outdated sources, Dye’s basic premise is still intriguing."

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