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低眶低面且面部立体的亮岛人1号跟现代华北人冯玉祥应该没关系,亮岛人的亲戚还是要在东南亚寻找。
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左数一、三、四苗翠花式古华北型岛夷,岛夷大流, ...
癯鹤 发表于 2018-5-23 18:24
最新基因考古,确实证实了大越史记的传说,四五千年前,越人散布南洋的宏大画卷,文郎(Orang)貉龙君百子不为多,南方确实是炎帝祝融之所司呀。


澳洲考古研究发现4千年前首批东南亚农民源自古中国


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  • 时间:2018年5月23日 11:17







研究发现古代东南亚农民与中国农民源自同一宗谱。(资料图片)


(神秘的地球uux.cn报道)中国人口众多,侨民遍布全球,令中华文化的踪影在各国随处可见。澳洲有生物考古学家最近证实,最早于4500年前首批到达东南亚的农民,来自现今中国土地。


澳洲国家大学学者奥克斯纳姆(Marc Oxenham)与其团队早前在东南亚如泰国、越南和柬埔寨等国家,从人类骸骨收集脱氧核糖核酸(DNA)样本,研究数千年前率先抵达东南亚,与原住民狩猎采集者(Hunter-gatherer)共融生活的农民的宗族。


团队除了抽取DNA数据外,亦重新检视当地的陶瓷古物,发现4100年至4500年前东南亚人的农业习惯、语言及人类基因,皆与中国南部的非常吻合,所用工具也显有中华风格。奥克斯纳姆指出:“团队验证古代中国南部农民,与古代东南亚农民的生活时,可见一系列两者之间的关连。”


奥克斯纳姆相信,中国南部人口与大部分东南亚人口源自同一个宗谱,即使人口分散过程距今已4000多年,但共通点依然有迹可寻。有关研究结果日前已获刊登于学术期刊《科学》(Science)。

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本帖最后由 癯鹤 于 2018-6-5 22:25 编辑

太平洋岛夷的巨石艺术的确是个谜。
复活节岛石像很像山东长岛7000年前北庄人头像,就是西汉石公——织女,也即关咏荷式长脸正宗岛夷样貌(没有胡子,可能还就是女性?)。
复活节岛石像的帽子被称为“Pukao(普高)”,这个词很让人熟悉!看来北到尤卡吉尔,南到复活节岛,很多民族把帽子-头领叫“蒲姑”!“贝加尔、白沟、勃固、伊富高、波谷、……”很可能就是有这个词源。《山海经·大荒东经》:“有波谷山者,有大人之国。有大人之市,名曰大人之堂。有一大人踆其上,张其两耳。”这巨石像是不是很像大人之国。巨人集中的到一起,像不像大人之市?

莫曳皆——莫邪——摩耶——玛雅——木叶山——牡宜——墨夷——摩押——摩艾


《山海经》里面记载了塞人岛夷的很多地理知识。中国之后几千年都没超出其认识的范围,甚至还不断萎缩,闭关锁国,作茧自缚,故步自封,黄粱美梦,可悲可叹!能像蚕蛾一样破茧而出乎?北洋水师狗带,管带睡狮猛醒!崴脚步送外卖,以待伊路颠荡?

REVEALED: Mystery of how Easter Islanders put giant hats on famous statues solved

  • The ancient people of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, were able to move massive stone hats and place them on top of statues with little effort and resources
  • Research from Binghamton University found they used a parbuckling technique
  • Line was wrapped around the cylinder and then people pulled it up a large ramp
  • Researchers said this use of resources shows how efficiently the people of Easter Island used their resources, which contrasts with previously beliefs

By Mollie Cahillane For Dailymail.com
Published: 23:38 BST, 4 June 2018 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 4 June 2018
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Researchers believe they may have finally solved the mystery of how the ancient people of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, were able to move massive stone hats and place them on top of statues with little effort and resources.
Investigators from Binghamton University, State University at New York believe that the ancient people may have used a 'parbuckling' technique to move the massive stones.
Some of them weighed up to 12 tons and were moved all around the island, across long distances, with few people and resources.
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The ancient people of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, were able to move massive stone hats and place them on top of statues with little effort and resources

'Of the many questions that surround the island's past, two tend to stand out: How did people of the past move such massive statues (moai) and how did they place such massive stone hats (pukao) on top of their heads?,' said Carl Lipo, a professor of anthropology at Binghamton University.
Pukao are cylinders made of red scoria, a dark volcanic rock.
'We've learned they moved the statues in a walking fashion using simple, physics-based processes, in a way that was elegant and remarkably effective,' said Lipo.


'Our latest study now tackles the issue of the hats (pukao)'


'These multi-ton stone objects were carved at a separate quarry, transported across the island and somehow raised to the top of the heads of the statues,' he added.
Parbuckling works by wrapping a line around the puako, and then using a large ramp to pull it up to the top of the platform, requiring minimal effort.
The researchers used photographs of different pukao and were able to generate 3D models that showed details of the most likely method of their transportation.

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Researchers said this use of resources shows how efficiently the people of Easter Island used their resources, which contrasts with previously beliefs


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The researchers used photographs of different pukao and were able to generate 3D models that showed details of the most likely method of their transportation

'The number of possible pukao emplacement methods is limited only by the human imagination,' said Sean Hixon, lead author and current graduate student at Penn State University.
'Examples of past ideas for pukao transport include sliding the pukao up a wooden ramp or gradually building a pile of stones beneath the pukao'
'The challenge is to move beyond merely possible transport methods and to identify a transport scenario that is consistent with variation in the archaeological record'
'We expect that part of the shapes of pukao will reflect the physical constraints associated with transport' said Hixon.
'Different possible transport methods constrain aspects of pukao variability in different ways.'
The researchers discovered the pukao were most likely rolled from the quarry to the moai, and then rolled up the ramps.


Parbuckling works by wrapping a line around the puako, and then using a large ramp to pull it up to the top of the platform, requiring minimal effort

WHAT ARE THE STATUES ON EASTER ISLAND AND WHAT DO THEY MEAN?What are the statues?
The Moai are monolithic human figures carved by the Rapa Nui people on Easter Island, between 1,250 and 1,500 AD.
All the figures have overly-large heads and are thought to be living faces of deified ancestors.
The 887 statues gaze inland across the island with an average height of 13ft (four metres).
Nobody really knows how the colossal stone statues that guard Easter Island were moved into position.
Nor why during the decades following the island’s discovery by Dutch explorers in 1722, each statue was systematically toppled, or how the population of Rapa Nui islanders was decimated.
Shrouded in mystery, this tiny triangular landmass, stranded in the middle of the South Pacific and 1,289 miles from its nearest neighbour, has been the subject of endless books, articles and scientific theories.
All but 53 of the Moai were carved from tuff , compressed volcanic ash, and around 100 wear red pukao of scoria.
What do they mean?
In 1979 archaeologists said the statues were designed to hold coral eyes.
The figures are believed to be symbol of authority and power.
They may have embodied former chiefs and were repositories of spirits or 'mana'.
They are positioned so that ancient ancestors watch over the villages, while seven look out to sea to help travellers find land.
But it is a mystery as to how the vast carved stones were transported into position.
In their remote location off the coast of Chile, the ancient inhabitants of Easter Island were believed to have been wiped out by bloody warfare, as they fought over the island's dwindling resources.
All they left behind were the iconic giant stone heads and an island littered with sharp triangles of volcanic glass, which some archaeologists have long believed were used as weapons.

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'In parbuckling, a line would have been wrapped around the pukao cylinder, and then people would have pulled the rope from the top of the platform,' said Lipo.
'This approach minimizes the effort needed to roll the statue up the ramp. Like the way in which the statues were transported, parbuckling was a simple and elegant solution that required minimum resources and effort.'
The researchers believe that this use of resources showed how efficient the ancient people were, in contrast to previous studies.
'Easter Island is often treated as a place where prehistoric people acted irrationally, and that this behavior led to a catastrophic ecological collapse,' said Lipo.
'The archaeological evidence, however, shows us that this picture is deeply flawed and badly misrepresents what people did on the island, and how they were able to succeed on a tiny and remote place for over 500 years.'

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The researchers believe that this use of resources showed how efficient the ancient people were, in contrast to previous studies

'Our analysis of pukao adds significantly to this new understanding of the island: Rapa Nui people made remarkable achievements through their ingenuity', Lipo added.
Monument construction, such as the pukao, played a 'vital role' in their society, the researchers said.
'While the social systems of Rapa Nui do not look much like the way our contemporary society functions, these were quite sophisticated people who were well-tuned to the requirements of living on this island and used their resources wisely to maximize their achievements and provide long-term stability,' Lipo noted.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5805483/Mystery-Easter-Islanders-giant-hats-famous-statues-solved.html#ixzz5HVmHdLOi
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复活节岛上“摩艾石像”建造的秘密被揭开



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  • 时间:2018年6月05日 17:17







复活节岛上“摩艾石像”建造的秘密被揭开


(神秘的地球uux.cn报道)由考古学家、人类学家和物理学家组成的联合团队发现,复活节岛上的远古居民用非常简单的办法为岛上著名的“摩艾石像”(Moai)装上了数吨重的石头“帽子”。美国宾夕法尼亚大学网站称,为了将此事弄清楚,研究人员创建了石像的三维图像,并借助电脑建模对此进行了研究。


“摩艾石像”和它们的石头“帽子”是用相距7.5公里的采石场中的各种各样的火山岩制成的,借助杠杆和绳索,“帽子”被“戴”在头上。就是借助这样的物理体系,欧洲人从水中捞起沉船。接下来,要用沙子和碎石倒成一个达20米的小山。小山的顶部与石像头部处于同一水平线。借助杠杆,建筑工人一点点地将“帽子”抬起,再把它放在石像的头上。完成这样的工作,无需超过15人。至于石像本身,它们是被“一步步”地被挪到安置地点的,操作过程类似于人们在家中挪动冰箱。

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袋熊的“说岳全传”里,这个山东龙山文化潍坊我姓庄遗址出土的陶塑人物造型挺像石婆型岛夷贵相嘛:


(自“袋狮氏说岳全传”:http://www.ranhaer.org/viewthread.php?tid=38064&page=26#pid551117

其实我舅家(吕氏,炎帝之后,跟南越人同祖)就很有这种长相。也算印证了我提出的神农氏时代就有鸟夷越裳氏,有虞氏曾经营南方贝币之路等假说。
http://blog.sina.com.cn/aganmu;安德(嗨,前一个无辜被封):
http://blog.sina.com.cn/kilarler
上一楼的陶塑还不能算真正的石婆型岛夷贵相,没有体现出下巴比颧骨宽这个最重要特征。发现下面新闻里的航空三杰都是石婆型岛夷贵相,说来也巧。岛夷——鸟夷,崇拜鸟呀,航空与飞鸟也类似。石婆是牛郎,也是蒙着牛皮(不是说吹牛,但就是跟吹牛还真巧合)肩挑俩娃(20,引擎)追赶织女(娥罗丝-爱美离家),冥冥中……


中国最牛宿舍:上下铺兄弟一起造飞机 搞出歼20运20


2018年06月22日 13:57军报记者

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  你知道中国“航空三杰”吗?


  他们就是中航工业的战机总设计师——杨伟、唐长红、孙聪,被誉为“航空三杰”。
  他们的知名度或许比不上一些演艺明星,,但他们与大国重器密切相关,其成就如雷贯耳。


  杨伟:歼-10双座战机、FC-1“枭龙”、歼-20总设计师


  唐长红:歼轰-7A“飞豹”、运-20总设计师


  孙聪:歼-11、歼-15舰载机、歼-31“鹘鹰”总设计师


  这几型飞机足以让全世界对我们刮目相看


  还有更奇妙的是
  杨伟和唐长红竟来自同一所大学
  同一个宿舍
  还是睡上下铺的兄弟
……
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