Thursday, December 21, 2006

New World map predates Columbus. With another 10,000 years living with us in the Arctic, you darkies will evolve into pale pretty blondies too.

Top of the morning gents,

Did, done, deal. Current research is now supporting
Viking legends of cruising the planet hundreds or
thousands of years before the rest of the fat and lazy
Christians shitting and pissing all over lesser

Prior to the Black Bubonic Plague, a nasty ice age and
the inescapable Dark Ages that plagued the world, the
Nordic world was almost completely cut off from the
rest of Europe-and much loathed for its pagan and
warring globe trotting habits.

Miraculously, after the Renaissance this map reappears
and numerous copies were made: rife with Italian bias,
modifications and changes. Columbus himself possessed
a copy of one of these latter Vinland derived road
maps. The letter V is spoken harder, more towards an F
sound. Vinland is actually pronounced Finland.

Politics aside, do you think it's possible for a rogue
Italian cartographer to have performed the map-making
job for the Vikings?

One theory is that he also stole a copy and smuggled
it back to Italy for imperialistic reasons and
political gain. The Vikings were very protective of
their exploratory maps as to prevent all them darker
white Europeans from poaching on their ship building,
mapping and navigational innovations.

Columbus had a documented roadmap prior to his
departure, a secret document handed him directly from
the Italian monarchy with the explicit promise he
destroy it upon his landing upon the new continent.

He was also ordered to immediately place the Flag of
Italy there and to remove any other relics of Nordic

Columbus did destroy his secret road map. Noting
numerous shipwrecked Chinese junks, he wrongly assumed
he'd landed on the eastern coast of Asia and angrily
tossed his copy of the Vinland map into the ocean.
Hence why you bastards are called 'indians' due to his
mistaken notion he arrived on India or China-not a new
continent better known as Amerigo.

The Inu tribe of the northern tip of Japan has now
been determined by genome analysis to be part Norse,
part Irish and part Chinese. This puts Viking contact
with some time before Christ and the year 500 AD.

After the dust has settled, scholars are reluctantly
accepting the Vinland map as authentic and predating
Columbus, but what espionage and intrigue. Europe has
competed so vehemently to conquer the rest of the
world, and to dismiss Viking lore of globe trotting
thousands of years ahead of them.

So many centuries ahead of the rest of Europe that
when they visited America, Canada and Greenland they
reported tropical climate, massive trees and valleys
filled with wild grapes growing indigenously just like
extinct grapes grown all over the Baltics and
Scandinavia, hence the regional and cultural title of
‘Vinland’ and my family name of Veinman derivative of
vintner and Makki derivative of marketer. Grapes
haven’t grown in Nordic territory since Y1, thus my
Viking’s thirst for Jim Beam is merely cultural
adaptation to global cooling. No grapes? Fuck it, I’ll
take beer and whiskey with my Irish slave cannibal
steak dinners with a side order of Inuit pussy and
brain head cheese.

Now you know why my Finnish friends call me Musta
Makki, Black Marketer.

If that tropical clime is the normal temperature, all
this global warming is merely a warm rebound from the
Ice Age that nailed us simultaneously with the plague
and centuries of death and darkness.

The painting of Washington crossing the Delaware
amidst massive icebergs is dead on accurate, shit got
really cold 'round Y1.

Also at time of this chilly and disease onset, all
science and learning was burned to the ground when
starving and freezing mobs of peasants angry from
hellish frosts killing their crops, they torched the
library of Alexandria. The same library that held
earlier world maps stolen from the Vikings along with
the cure for both AIDS and cancer. Also destroyed were
schematics for telescopes and magnifying lenses,
parachutes and simple steam engines.

Analogous to natives of our region trashing and
burning UAF for fear of enlightenment, religious
reformation and cultural revolution. Wait; with the
ban on alcohol throughout rural Alaska this makes you
buttfuckers quite similar to Muslims-rag head pussies
that can't hold their liquor either.

Now you know why the poorest of any color of people
truly deserve all the discrimination we can heap upon
them. They stink, they're ugly and they're stupid.
Poor is a state of mind and a choice, hence the causes
of poverty being poor health, poor education and poor
family planning.

All dark skin is derivative of Africa. You haven't
lived up north long enough to adapt, gain paler
features and better looks.

My modesty is second to none.

Fuck all mates.



Vindication for Vinland map: New study supports

Recent conclusions that the storied Vinland Map is
merely a clever forgery are based on a flawed
understanding of the evidence, according to a
scientist at the Smithsonian Institution. Results from
last year's study debunking the map's authenticity can
also be construed to boost the validity of its
medieval origins, the scientist claims.

The report will appear in the Dec. 1 edition of
Analytical Chemistry, a peer-reviewed journal of the
American Chemical Society, the world's largest
scientific society.

The Vinland Map is a drawing of Iceland, Greenland and
the northeastern seaboard of North America that has
been dated to the mid-15th century, suggesting that
Norse explorers charted North America long before
Columbus. The map, which has had a contentious history
since its discovery in the 1950s, resides at the
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale
University. It has been valued at more than $20

"Many scholars have agreed that if the Vinland Map is
authentic, it is the only existing cartographic
representation of North America prior to Columbus,"
says Jacqueline Olin, a member of the advisory
committee of the Smithsonian Center for Materials
Research and Education in Washington, D.C. "Its date
is important in establishing the history of European
knowledge of the lands bordering the western North
Atlantic, and the deeper question of Columbus's own
possible awareness."

In July 2002, two papers about the Vinland Map were
published simultaneously in separate scientific
journals — one in Radiocarbon, which set a date for
the map's parchment at about 1434 using carbon dating;
and another in Analytical Chemistry, claiming that the
map is really just a clever 20th-century forgery on
medieval parchment.

Olin, who was involved in the Radiocarbon research,
wrote the new Analytical Chemistry paper in response
to the controversy sparked by last year's dueling

Since the age of the parchment is not in dispute, Olin
says, "The information needed to prove that the
Vinland Map is medieval rests with the ink used to
draw it."

Before the development of the printing press,
manuscripts were written in either carbon-based inks
or iron gallotannate inks. Erosion of the latter often
leads to yellow staining - a feature exhibited by the
Vinland Map.

In last year's Analytical Chemistry paper, British
researchers analyzed the ink with Raman microprobe
spectroscopy and claimed that it is made up of two
parts: a yellowish line that adheres strongly to the
parchment overlaid with a black line that appears to
have flaked off.

Because they found the black line contained carbon,
the researchers assumed the ink was not iron
gallotannate, meaning there should be no yellow
staining. They proposed that the yellow line was put
there by a clever forger who knew it was a common
feature of medieval manuscripts. This line contained
anatase, a precipitated form of titanium dioxide.
Since anatase was not synthesized until 1917, they
considered this as evidence that the Vinland Map is a

To the contrary, the ink may help prove the map's
authenticity, says Olin. "The presence of carbon in an
ink is not evidence that the ink is a carbon ink," she
says. "It could just as well have been iron gall ink
to which carbon has been added as a colorant." Carbon
was added to medieval iron gall inks to enable scribes
to view their writing while the transparent ink
mixture was reacting to form its black color.

"The source of the iron in medieval inks is green
vitriol, an iron sulfate," Olin continues. "Green
vitriol would include anatase if the iron source from
which it was made included the iron-titanium mineral

Researchers have reported the absence of ilmenite in
the ink of the Vinland Map, but that would only mean
it was not present in the sulfate used to make the
ink, Olin says. In earlier work, she made a simulated
15th century ink using ilmenite for the preparation of
green vitriol. The resulting ink contained anatase,
and no ilmenite.

There has also been no discussion about the
significance of the other elements found in the ink,
Olin says. She used archaeological reports to show
that the presence of copper, aluminum and zinc — all
found in the Vinland Map's ink — would be consistent
with medieval production methods from green vitriol.

Additionally, these elements raise serious doubts
about the possibility of forgery, because 20th century
iron gall inks would not be produced using medieval
hydrometallurgy, which is responsible for the presence
of these elements. No forger in the first half of the
20th century could be expected to know about these
extra components, according to Olin.

Jason Gorss


Study: New World map predates Columbus
Thursday, November 27, 2003 Posted: 1:54 PM EST (1854

This is a copy of the Vinland Map as seen at Yale University.

NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (AP) -- The latest scientific
analysis of a disputed map of the medieval New World
supports the theory that it was made 50 years before
Christopher Columbus set sail.

The study examined the ink used to draw the Vinland
Map, which belongs to Yale University. The map is
valued at $20 million -- if it is real and not a
clever, modern-day forgery.

A study last summer said the ink on the parchment map
was made in the 20th century.

But chemist Jacqueline Olin, a retired researcher with
the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, said her
analysis shows the ink was made in medieval times.

"There is no evidence this is a forged titanium
dioxide ink," said Olin, whose paper appears in the
December issue of the journal Analytical Chemistry.

The authenticity of the map has been debated since the
1960s, when philanthropist Paul Mellon gave it to
Yale. The university has not taken a position on its

The map depicts the world, including the north
Atlantic coast of North America. It includes text in
medieval Latin and a legend that describes how "Leif
Eiriksson," a Norseman, found the new land called
Vinland around the year 1000.

Scholars have dated the map to around 1440. Some
scholars have speculated that Columbus could have used
the map to find the New World in 1492.

Last summer, Olin and other researchers announced that
carbon-14 dating of the parchment showed it was made
around 1434 -- exactly the right time for the map to
be genuine.

However, researchers from University College in London
examined the ink on the map and announced last summer
that it cannot be more than 500 years old.

Tests in the 1970s by Walter McCrone -- who also had
disputed the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin --
found the ink contained anatase, a form of titanium
dioxide that is common in inks made after 1920.
Anatase is found in nature, but the crystals of
anatase were too regular-shaped to have been natural,
McCrone said.

Olin's study looked at various minerals found in the
ink, including aluminum, copper and zinc. All these
minerals, she said, would have been byproducts of the
medieval ink manufacturing process.

Also, she said anatase also could have ended up in the
ink because of the manufacturing process, and its
crystal size and shape could have changed over time.

Research is continuing into the Latin writing on the


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