The mummy of an iceman named Otzi, discovered on 1991 in the Italian Schnal Valley glacier, is on display at the Archeological Museum of Bolzano on February 28, 2011 during an official presentation of the reconstrution. Visitors will get to see Iceman Oetzi under a new light starting on March 1 at the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of the mummy discovery. Based on three dimensional images of the mummy skeleton as well as the latest forensic technology, a new model of the living Oetzi has been created by Dutch experts Alfons and Adrie Kennis.
Having said that in David Ferrer I see a man who never had the potential to win a Grand Slam, at least not at the time he peaked. I been a daily viewer of tennis for a very long time and never once did I think David Ferrer would win a Grand Slam. Even in the 2013 Roland Garros Final you knew he would need a legitimate miracle or injury to win..
Hymens) intact will forever “grow” them back after sex. So Jessica is a virgin forever. Great.. It all love and equality until people start speaking about BEE or Land or rectifying the injustices of the past or anything that appears to be pro black in tone. Then you hear familiar things like “reverse racism” “reverse apartheid” “blacks stole the land too” etc etc. Now it fair to challenge these “pro black” concepts if you truly feel that they flawed or implemented incorrectly or whatever.
This drop in activity by our teens is largely due to the new electronic age in which we live. Unlike kids of past generations, our kids can socialize, play, and explore their world without even getting out of bed. While munching on high calorie snacks, many spend their free time enjoying computerized social networks, video games, DVDs and iPods.
AUBREY: He says he’s saving about 50 bucks a month, and he thinks it’s good for his diet. Howard is not alone. A recent study from Drexel University found that since the tax took effect, residents of Philly are about 40 percent less likely to drink sweetened beverages every day compared to people in other cities.
Lists like this one have two purposes. One is to instruct. The other of course is to enrage. It’s a very interesting idea. I have always found Mythology captivating. One of the reasons is the repetition of themes seen throughout the world at different times by different cultures.
Damion Thomas (Curator of Sports, National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC) moderates a conversation with photographer Larry Fink about boxing culture and representations of the sport. Perelman Building Auditorium. $20 (members free); includes Museum admission.