• journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond smala

    published: 11 Mar 2011
  • Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

    Printing the ENMU Schedules. I love this Web Printing Press.

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

    Mailroom Recruiting Video

    published: 28 Feb 2013
  • 3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

    This video was created by Dr. Sabrina Sholts of the Human Evolution Research Center at the University of California in Berkeley using 3D digital scans of a Clovis stone projectile point from the collections of the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Scans of Clovis stone points from the Smithsonian were the subject of the scientific paper "Flake scar patterns of Clovis points analyzed with a new digital morphometrics approach: Evidence for direct transmissions of technological knowledge across early North America," in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, May 2012.

    published: 10 May 2012
  • Clovis.

    Clovis the dragon, sketching and colouring. Dessin et mise en couleur d'un personnage. Dessin/couleurs: Fabien Mense musique:Vandroid OST -Master And Slave (Van She Tech Remix)

    published: 29 Aug 2014
  • Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

    *Looks at calendar* 1ST DECEMBER IN A FEW DAYS?? OH NO D: Yeah, I couldn't finish it in time because of all the stuff I got caught up with and there was a bit that I animated a little more but the file never saved properly -.- So this is all I have, but I'll just submit it anyway. *SIGH* Sorry, Rachel... Original contest information journal: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/journal/Draw-My-OC-Contest-OPEN-390960265?offset=125#comments My journal about the contest: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/journal/More-contests-Haha-I-join-too-many-405747756 Clovis-cutestkitten - Rachel: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/ Shahdar - Me on DeviantART: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/ Other submissions: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837661 Other ANTHRO submissions...

    published: 29 Nov 2013
  • Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

    Tous les mercredis, Kevin Razy vient scanner son invité ! Clovis Cornillac se plie à l'exercice. Toutes les vidéos du Before http://www.canalplus.fr/lebeforeLGJ Devenez Fan : http://www.facebook.com/BeforeLGJ Suivez-nous : http://twitter.com/BEFORELGJ

    published: 15 Jan 2014
  • Clovis culture

    The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico, in the 1920s and 1930s. The Clovis culture appears around 11,500–11,000 uncal RCYBP, at the end of the last glacial period, and is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,200 to 12,900 calendar years ago. Clovis people are considered to be the ancestors of most of the indigenous cultures of the Americas. The only human burial that has been directly associated with tools from the Clovis culture included the remains of an infant boy named Anzick-1. Researchers from the United States and Europe conducted ...

    published: 30 Dec 2015
  • Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

    TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA — A collection of fossils and artifacts retrieved from a sinkhole in a river on Florida's Gulf Coast may provide some of the oldest evidence of human presence in North America. The Page-Ladson archaeological site, submerged 35 feet under Florida's Aucilla River, was the site of several digs in the 1980s and 1990s. A new team that included researchers from Florida State University and Texas A&M University decided to follow up on decades-old research between 2012 and 2014. After more than a hundred dives into the sinkhole, the team published their findings last week in the journal Science Advances. The researchers discovered mastodon bones, fossilized dung and stone tools in the sinkhole that provide compelling evidence that humans spread across North America far ea...

    published: 23 May 2016
  • 7 Reasons Why Columbus NEVER Discovered America

    Most are taught in school that Christopher Columbus discovered America... But did he really discover it? Was he the first European in the Americas? The answer to both those questions is "no." So what was going on in Americas before 1492? Who really discovered America? Well, many people before him. Western Europeans simply hadn’t heard from the rest of the world yet, or just believed what they wanted to believe... FOLLOW THE HYBRID LIBRARIAN: Subscribe ▶ http://bit.ly/daretoknow Facebook ▶ http://on.fb.me/170IAJK Twitter ▶ http://bit.ly/14vhMgZ Google+ ▶ http://bit.ly/15eoHil Tumblr ▶ http://bit.ly/11UtNr1 HYBRID LIBRARIAN's new T-shirts & merch are now available! (Both shops work wherever you're from): ▶ US shop: http://bit.ly/1A1MET0 ▶ EU shop: http://bit.ly/W6t2zF Click below to unlo...

    published: 29 Dec 2016
  • Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

    I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

    published: 22 Feb 2013
  • Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

    A study of skulls excavated from the tip of Baja California in Mexico suggests that the first Americans may not have been the ancestors of today's Amerindians, but another people who came from Southeast Asia and the southern Pacific area. The question of who colonized the Americas, and when, has long been hotly debated. Traditionally, Native Americans are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, arriving over a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska some 12,000 years ago and then migrating across North and South America. But recent research, including the Baja California study, indicates that the initial settlement of the continent was instead driven by Southeast Asians who occupied Australia 60,000 years ago and then expanded into the Americas about 13,500 years ago, prior to Mon...

    published: 18 Aug 2013
  • Match Maker?

    By Leslie Linthicum Journal Staff Writer CLOVIS � We probably all have a preconceived idea of how a road trip with a giraffe is going to go � making sure that big, freckled head ducks under power lines and bridges; worrying about the Holiday Inn's pet policy; getting creamed at "I Spy" every single time; and pulling up at drive-through windows and making jokes about tall orders. And then when a road trip with a giraffe finally happens, it's about as interesting as hauling your roommate's furniture across the country. A male giraffe named Jay made the 1,400-mile trip from a safari park in Ohio to his new home in Clovis two weeks ago in a straight-through slog in a customized enclosed trailer � white, unmarked, with nary a hint of the long-necked package inside. ...

    published: 27 Oct 2010
  • Thomson Reuters metrics and selecting journals for inclusion Part 2

    Thomson Reuters metrics and selecting journals for inclusion Jeff Clovis, Thomson Reuters Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L4-FiKSOh0&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=1 Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZM-zugnaY4&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=3 Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRLjTA0e-Cs&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=4

    published: 03 Jun 2011
  • The Outlook for Tech Jobs in Fresno

    J. Colin Petersen, President & CEO, of J - I.T. Outsource is interviewed by the Business Journal (Fresno) about the growth of, and opportunities in, the Fresno and Clovis technology industry after J - I.T. Outsource acquired local web development firm, AR Technologies, also known as ARTCO, expanding J.'s team to 12 employees. Watch to find out the most important characteristic needed to work in technology. Read the complete Business Journal article at http://www.thebusinessjournal.com/news/technology/17048-local-technology-industry-sees-tide-is-rising

    published: 31 Mar 2015
  • The Solutrean Hypothesis, what the evidence really says Part 1 of 5

    Video series originally uploaded by Salsassin [Update study] "Refuting the technological cornerstone of the Ice-Age Atlantic crossing hypothesis" Eren et al 2013 Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 40, Issue 7, July 2013, Pages 2934--2941: "The 'North Atlantic Ice-Edge Corridor' hypothesis proposes that sometime during the Last Glacial Maximum, roughly 26,500--19,000 years ago, human populations from southern France and the Iberian Peninsula made their way across the North Atlantic and colonized North America. A key element of that hypothesis is the apparent similarity between stone-tool-production techniques of Solutrean peoples of Western Europe and Clovis and purportedly pre-Clovis peoples of eastern North America, most especially the supposed intentional use of "controlled ov...

    published: 01 Jun 2011
journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond   smala

journal smala QR code? Clovis Darrigan répond smala

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Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

Pressroom at Clovis News Journal

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Printing the ENMU Schedules. I love this Web Printing Press.
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Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

Mailroom Recruiting Video - Clovis News Journal

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Mailroom Recruiting Video
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3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

3D scan of a Clovis stone projectile point

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This video was created by Dr. Sabrina Sholts of the Human Evolution Research Center at the University of California in Berkeley using 3D digital scans of a Clovis stone projectile point from the collections of the Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Scans of Clovis stone points from the Smithsonian were the subject of the scientific paper "Flake scar patterns of Clovis points analyzed with a new digital morphometrics approach: Evidence for direct transmissions of technological knowledge across early North America," in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, May 2012.
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Clovis.

Clovis.

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Clovis the dragon, sketching and colouring. Dessin et mise en couleur d'un personnage. Dessin/couleurs: Fabien Mense musique:Vandroid OST -Master And Slave (Van She Tech Remix)
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Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

Draw My OC Contest Submission: The Kitty Dance ft. Clovis

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*Looks at calendar* 1ST DECEMBER IN A FEW DAYS?? OH NO D: Yeah, I couldn't finish it in time because of all the stuff I got caught up with and there was a bit that I animated a little more but the file never saved properly -.- So this is all I have, but I'll just submit it anyway. *SIGH* Sorry, Rachel... Original contest information journal: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/journal/Draw-My-OC-Contest-OPEN-390960265?offset=125#comments My journal about the contest: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/journal/More-contests-Haha-I-join-too-many-405747756 Clovis-cutestkitten - Rachel: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/ Shahdar - Me on DeviantART: http://shahdar.deviantart.com/ Other submissions: http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837661 Other ANTHRO submissions:http://clovis-cutestkitten.deviantart.com/favourites/56837663 Original Kitty Cat Dance
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Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

Clovis Cornillac - Le scan de Kevin Razy - Le Before du Grand Journal

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Tous les mercredis, Kevin Razy vient scanner son invité ! Clovis Cornillac se plie à l'exercice. Toutes les vidéos du Before http://www.canalplus.fr/lebeforeLGJ Devenez Fan : http://www.facebook.com/BeforeLGJ Suivez-nous : http://twitter.com/BEFORELGJ
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Clovis culture

Clovis culture

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The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico, in the 1920s and 1930s. The Clovis culture appears around 11,500–11,000 uncal RCYBP, at the end of the last glacial period, and is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,200 to 12,900 calendar years ago. Clovis people are considered to be the ancestors of most of the indigenous cultures of the Americas. The only human burial that has been directly associated with tools from the Clovis culture included the remains of an infant boy named Anzick-1. Researchers from the United States and Europe conducted paleogenetic research on Anzick-1's ancient nuclear, mitochondrial, and Y-chromosome DNA. The results of these analyses reveal that Anzick-1 is closely related to modern Native American populations, which lends support to the Beringia hypothesis for the peopling of the Americas. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

Florida sinkhole reveals that we've been wrong about when the first Americans arrived - TomoNews

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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA — A collection of fossils and artifacts retrieved from a sinkhole in a river on Florida's Gulf Coast may provide some of the oldest evidence of human presence in North America. The Page-Ladson archaeological site, submerged 35 feet under Florida's Aucilla River, was the site of several digs in the 1980s and 1990s. A new team that included researchers from Florida State University and Texas A&M University decided to follow up on decades-old research between 2012 and 2014. After more than a hundred dives into the sinkhole, the team published their findings last week in the journal Science Advances. The researchers discovered mastodon bones, fossilized dung and stone tools in the sinkhole that provide compelling evidence that humans spread across North America far earlier than archaeologists previously thought. According to their research paper, the stone tools recovered from the sinkhole include a biface, a stone that's been manually sharpened on both ends. On a previous excavation at the site, archaeologists found an adult mastodon tusk that appeared to have human-made grooves along its surface, reported the Christian Science Monitor. Prehistoric humans called the Clovis culture were believed to have originally arrived in North America via a land bridge about 13,000 years ago — as mammoth bones and spearheads have revealed. However, according to the Guardian, some of the artifacts recently discovered within the Aucilla River date back to more than 14,550 years ago when the land bridge may not have existed. What these new discoveries suggest is that a land bridge from Siberia may not be the answer to how the first humans initially colonized North America. Moreover, evidence suggests that people were in North America before the Clovis. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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7 Reasons Why Columbus NEVER Discovered America

7 Reasons Why Columbus NEVER Discovered America

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Most are taught in school that Christopher Columbus discovered America... But did he really discover it? Was he the first European in the Americas? The answer to both those questions is "no." So what was going on in Americas before 1492? Who really discovered America? Well, many people before him. Western Europeans simply hadn’t heard from the rest of the world yet, or just believed what they wanted to believe... FOLLOW THE HYBRID LIBRARIAN: Subscribe ▶ http://bit.ly/daretoknow Facebook ▶ http://on.fb.me/170IAJK Twitter ▶ http://bit.ly/14vhMgZ Google+ ▶ http://bit.ly/15eoHil Tumblr ▶ http://bit.ly/11UtNr1 HYBRID LIBRARIAN's new T-shirts & merch are now available! (Both shops work wherever you're from): ▶ US shop: http://bit.ly/1A1MET0 ▶ EU shop: http://bit.ly/W6t2zF Click below to unlock the power of YouTube and become a member of Hybrid's community at Maker Studios! ▶ http://awe.sm/jFBzN For business inquiries and music collaborations, please contact me at: hybridlibrarian@gmail.com Kevin ツ (Hybrid Librarian©) Edited by Stephen Schmidt. Music credits: “Elysium 2", by Johannes Bornlöf. FYI… #7 http://history.howstuffworks.com/history-vs-myth/clovis.htm http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/02/070223-first-americans.html http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/clovis-people-not-1st-to-arrive-in-north-america-1.1235030 http://www.nytimes.com/1989/05/30/science/findings-plunge-archeology-americas-into-turmoil-estimates-first-asian-migration.html http://earlyworldhistory.blogspot.fr/2012/03/first-americans.html #6 http://io9.gizmodo.com/are-all-native-americans-descended-from-the-clovis-peop-1522343687 http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-clovis-point-and-the-discovery-of-americas-first-culture-3825828/ http://www.voanews.com/a/dna-evidence-clovis-people-ancestors-to-all-native-americans/1850386.html http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v506/n7487/full/nature13025.html http://www.seeker.com/did-a-comet-really-chill-and-kill-clovis-culture-1767263547.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Younger_Dryas_impact_hypothesis #5 http://mentalfloss.com/article/33584/he-could-have-discovered-america-he-wanted-see-his-parents http://www.canadianmysteries.ca/sites/vinland/archives/chapterinbook/3876en.html http://www.ultimatehistoryproject.com/short-on-curiosity.html http://thelastdiadoch.tumblr.com/post/112370748902/bjarni-herj%C3%B3lfsson-the-first-known-european-to-set https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bjarni_Herj%C3%B3lfsson #4 http://www.history.com/news/the-viking-explorer-who-beat-columbus-to-america http://mentalfloss.com/article/52993/11-leif-erikson-facts-leif-erikson-day http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/10/151011-columbus-day-leif-erikson-italian-americans-holiday-history/ http://www.greenland.com/en/about-greenland/culture-spirit/history/the-viking-period/leif-eriksson/ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3518739/Did-Vikings-discover-America-Settlement-unearthed-Newfoundland-suggests-Scandinavian-warriors-set-foot-New-World-500-years-Columbus.html http://thecarelesswhisper.com/2016/11/23/what-did-leif-eriksons-viking-settlers-call-their-north-american-home/ #3 http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/17/world/who-discovered-america-zheng-who.html http://io9.gizmodo.com/does-this-map-prove-that-china-discovered-america-befor-1442911790 http://www.vicchi.org/2013/10/21/if-columbus-or-the-vikings-didnt-discover-america-maybe-the-chinese-did-or-maybe-not/ https://www.1843magazine.com/content/places/rosie-blau/rewriting-history-map https://www.yahoo.com/news/blogs/sideshow/chinese-explorer-may-have-discovered-america-before-columbus--according-to-new-book-201051307.html?ref=gs http://www.geographicus.com/blog/rare-and-antique-maps/fou-sang-or-fusang-a-5th-century-chinese-colony-in-western-america/ https://archive.org/details/fusangdiscovery00lelarich #2 http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2004/11/11/1235290.htm https://psmag.com/how-we-discovered-that-christopher-columbus-didn-t-get-to-america-first-3a5b4e69035#.708dlsfc2 http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/people/columbus-christopher-voyages-to-new-world.html http://www.vox.com/2014/10/12/6962795/columbus-day-canadian-thanksgiving http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/thevoyagesofcolumbus/ http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_colon_3.htm #1 http://www.smithsonianmag.com/people-places/columbus-confusion-about-the-new-world-140132422/ http://www.nytimes.com/1989/11/25/opinion/l-what-did-columbus-know-when-did-he-know-it-481689.html http://history.stackexchange.com/questions/10298/why-did-christopher-columbus-think-he-had-arrived-near-japan http://www.tweentribune.com/article/tween78/why-christopher-columbus-was-perfect-icon-new-nation-looking-hero/ http://www.historytoday.com/tony-aldous/john-cabot-sails-north-america
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Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

Interview de M. Clovis TCHOKONTE, PDG Matrix Telecoms, par le journal américain The Herald Tribune

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Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

Tracking The First Americans Ancient Voices

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A study of skulls excavated from the tip of Baja California in Mexico suggests that the first Americans may not have been the ancestors of today's Amerindians, but another people who came from Southeast Asia and the southern Pacific area. The question of who colonized the Americas, and when, has long been hotly debated. Traditionally, Native Americans are believed to have descended from northeast Asia, arriving over a land bridge between Siberia and Alaska some 12,000 years ago and then migrating across North and South America. But recent research, including the Baja California study, indicates that the initial settlement of the continent was instead driven by Southeast Asians who occupied Australia 60,000 years ago and then expanded into the Americas about 13,500 years ago, prior to Mongoloid people arriving from northeast Asia. The skulls from Baja California, which may date back only a few hundred years, have slender-looking faces that are different from the broad-cheeked craniums of modern Amerindians, the descendants of the Mongoloid people. "Our results change the traditional idea that all modern Amerindians present morphological affinities with East Asians as a result of a single migration," said Rolando González-José of the University of Barcelona, Spain, who led the study. "The settlement of the New World is better explained by considering a continuous influx of people from Asia." The new study is reported in this week's issue of the science journal Nature, and could further fuel the controversy surrounding the origins of the first Americans, which is a controversial issue for American Indians in particular. Challenging Clovis Conventional wisdom says that Native Americans descended from prehistoric hunters who walked from northeast Asia across a land bridge, formed at the end of the Ice Age, to Alaska some 12,000 years ago. American Indians resemble the people of Mongolia, China and Siberia. In the 1930s, archeologists found stone spear points among the bones of mammoths near Clovis, New Mexico. Radio carbon dating in the 1950s showed that the oldest site was 11,400 years old. The sites were assumed, for years, to be the first evidence of human occupation in the Americas. But more recent discoveries challenge the Clovis story. In 1996, archeologists in southern Chile found weapons and tools dating back 12,500 years. In Brazil, they found some of the oldest human remains in the Americas, among them a skeleton—named Luzia—that is more than 11,000 years old. Luzia did not look like American Indians. Instead, her facial features matched most closely with the native Aborigines in Australia. These people date back to about 60,000 years and were themselves descended from the first humans who probably originated in Africa. The researchers believe Luzia was part of a people, referred to as "Paleoamericans," who migrated into the Americas—possibly even by boat—long before the Mongoloid people. These Paleoamericans may later have been wiped out by or interbred with Mongoloids invading from the north.
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Match Maker?

Match Maker?

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By Leslie Linthicum Journal Staff Writer CLOVIS � We probably all have a preconceived idea of how a road trip with a giraffe is going to go � making sure that big, freckled head ducks under power lines and bridges; worrying about the Holiday Inn's pet policy; getting creamed at "I Spy" every single time; and pulling up at drive-through windows and making jokes about tall orders. And then when a road trip with a giraffe finally happens, it's about as interesting as hauling your roommate's furniture across the country. A male giraffe named Jay made the 1,400-mile trip from a safari park in Ohio to his new home in Clovis two weeks ago in a straight-through slog in a customized enclosed trailer � white, unmarked, with nary a hint of the long-necked package inside. I have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of a new giraffe at Hillcrest Park Zoo for about a year now, ever since I learned the zoo was searching for a mate for lonely Jael, its female giraffe. You might recall that when we last checked in on Jael, she was so starved for companionship that she was rooming with her best friend Mose, an African pygmy goat. Hanging out with a goat is fun, but there's no future in it for a giraffe, especially one who has reached the age when baby giraffes might be in the picture. This odd couple did not go unnoticed out there on the eastern plains of Clovis. Citizens Bank of Clovis kicked in $15,000 to help buy a male giraffe for the zoo, with mating in mind. The zoo started to look for a suitable giraffe on the market and put its gate receipts into a fund to foot the rest of the bill. Last month, it all came together. The zoo found a giraffe at the African Safari Wildlife Park in Port Clifton, Ohio, and settled on a $30,500 price, shipping included. Jay arrived on a Sunday afternoon and bounded out of his trailer and into his new grassy home. So, there I sat on a bench in the shade the other morning, watching two giraffes get to know each other and hoping I would be on hand to witness love blossom. There we go with our preconceived notions again. Instead of the honeymoon suite, what went on in the giraffe enclosure was more like what you'll see on any night you want to name at any bar you want to name. Jael, a 15-foot-tall beauty, stared off into space and nonchalantly munched on some tree leaves while Jay, a handsome 16-footer, sidled over again and again. And Jael sidled away again and again. A couple of times, she ran at a gallop. Jay waited a few minutes and started long-leggin' it in her direction again. Assistant Zoo Director Vincent Romero told me the high-altitude courtship dance had been going on since Jay's arrival. "Jael's doing well," he told me. "You can tell when she's nervous, and she's not. She's calmed down, and they've gotten closer and closer." One day, he saw them standing only a few yards apart. Giraffes have no mating season; every day is an opportunity to make a new giraffe. But no one at Hillcrest is holding their breath or doing the in-law nag. They're just happy to have a new member of the family. "If they have offspring, that's fine," Romero said. "But if they just have a nice life together, that's fine, too. A baby would be the icing on the cake." Whichever way it goes, it will be a good while before Clovis hears the pounding hoofs of a 6-foot-tall newborn giraffe. The gestation period is 14 to 16 months. As Jay and Jael craned their necks and stripped a few more trees of their leaves, I wondered about the odd man out in this picture. I had no preconceived idea about how a goat would react to getting the "just friends" brushoff. So I moseyed over to the goat pen to look for Mose. I found Mose, all 2 feet of him, pawing the dirt with his hoofs and banging his horns against a wall. Somewhere out there, there's got to be a cute little she-goat looking for a road trip to Clovis. Read more: ABQJOURNAL UPFRONT: With Jay's Arrival, Love No Longer A Long Shot at Clovis Zoo http://www.abqjournal.com/upfront/240229upfront10-24-10.htm#ixzz13bWCyPZe Subscribe Now Albuquerque Journal
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Thomson Reuters metrics and selecting journals for inclusion Part 2

Thomson Reuters metrics and selecting journals for inclusion Part 2

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Thomson Reuters metrics and selecting journals for inclusion Jeff Clovis, Thomson Reuters Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L4-FiKSOh0&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=1 Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZM-zugnaY4&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=3 Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRLjTA0e-Cs&feature=BFa&list=PLF9F3814555EFBB34&index=4
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The Outlook for Tech Jobs in Fresno

The Outlook for Tech Jobs in Fresno

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J. Colin Petersen, President & CEO, of J - I.T. Outsource is interviewed by the Business Journal (Fresno) about the growth of, and opportunities in, the Fresno and Clovis technology industry after J - I.T. Outsource acquired local web development firm, AR Technologies, also known as ARTCO, expanding J.'s team to 12 employees. Watch to find out the most important characteristic needed to work in technology. Read the complete Business Journal article at http://www.thebusinessjournal.com/news/technology/17048-local-technology-industry-sees-tide-is-rising
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The Solutrean Hypothesis, what the evidence really says Part 1 of 5

The Solutrean Hypothesis, what the evidence really says Part 1 of 5

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Video series originally uploaded by Salsassin [Update study] "Refuting the technological cornerstone of the Ice-Age Atlantic crossing hypothesis" Eren et al 2013 Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 40, Issue 7, July 2013, Pages 2934--2941: "The 'North Atlantic Ice-Edge Corridor' hypothesis proposes that sometime during the Last Glacial Maximum, roughly 26,500--19,000 years ago, human populations from southern France and the Iberian Peninsula made their way across the North Atlantic and colonized North America. A key element of that hypothesis is the apparent similarity between stone-tool-production techniques of Solutrean peoples of Western Europe and Clovis and purportedly pre-Clovis peoples of eastern North America, most especially the supposed intentional use of "controlled overshot flaking," a technique for thinning a bifacial stone tool during manufacture. Overshot flakes, struck from prepared edges of the tool, travel across the face and remove part of the opposite margin. Experimental and archaeological data demonstrate, however, that the most parsimonious explanation for the production of overshot flakes is that they are accidental products created incidentally and inconsistently as knappers attempt to thin bifaces. Thus, instead of representing historical divergence, overshot flakes in Clovis and Solutrean assemblages mark convergence in the use of the same simple solution for thinning bifaces that produced analogous detritus." http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440313000873 http://cladistics.coas.missouri.edu/pdf_articles/Eren_et_al_2013.pdf "On Thin Ice: Problems with Stanford and Bradley's Solutrean-Clovis Hypothesis." Antiquity. O'Brien, M., M. Boulanger, M. Collard, B. Buchanan, L. Tarle, M.I. Eren et al 2014 David Meltzer Radio Interview: Across Atlantic Ice - A Theory On Thin Ice http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/episode/2012/04/21/april-21-2012/ Dr. David Meltzer from the Department of Anthropology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas http://www.smu.edu/Dedman/Academics/Departments/Anthropology/People/Faculty/Meltzer A few books to get familiar with archaeology,anthropology,genetics,and human evolution. Introduction to Physical Anthropology 11th ed (2007) Flesh and Bone: An Introduction to Forensic Anthropology The Human Bone Manual Bones of the Maya: Studies of Ancient Skeletons The Anthropology of Modern Human Teeth: Dental Morphology and its Variation in Recent Human Populations Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice (FifthEdition) The Human Past: World Prehistory and the Development of Human Societies (Second Edition) Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology Invented Knowledge: False History, Fake Science and Pseudo-religions Archaeological Fantasies: How Pseudoarchaeology Misrepresents the Past and Misleads the Public Skull Wars Kennewick Man, Archaeology, And The Battle For Native American Identity First Peoples in a New World: Colonizing Ice Age America
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