September 6, 2010
On Labor Day 2010, the daily Rasmussen Report about Barack Obama’s popularity displays that 26% of the nation’s voters ‘Strongly Approve’ of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-six percent (46%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -20.
After winning the Nobel Peace Price in 2009, and while his popularity around the world – more and more people in the US continue to change their mind, and the power appears to slip from his hands. Want went wrong? Where did the magic of the 7th left handed US president go?
INTO THE HANDS OF BARACK OBAMA – A FULL HAND PORTRAIT:
Fingerprints found in Mongolian cave made during the ‘Paleolithic Period’.
After French argeologists found last summer the ‘oldest’ portrait in the history of mankind in French caves (from 32,000 years ago), recently archeologists have discovered 6,000-year-old fingerprints & paintings in a cave in Mongolia.
A Bernama report (from Malaysian News Agency) describes:
“Chinese archeologists have discovered two 6,000-year-old sites with coloured cave paintings and fingerprints in a mountain in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Xinhua news agency reports Thursday.
Wang Dafang, an official with the Inner Mongolia Cultural Bureau, said the paintings from the Paleolithic Period were discovered in two caves on Yabrai Mountain on the edge of the world’s fourth largest desert, Badain Jaran, in Araxan League.
Archeologists believe the fingerprints were painted with mixed dyestuff of ochre powder, animal blood and water. Painters may have used bone pipes to blow the dyestuff onto the cave walls. Wang said three other sites of Paleolithic cave paintings with fingerprints had been found in Araxan.
“The cave environment, the painting style and the dyestuff used for the paintings here are similar to European Paleolithic cave paintings,” Wang said.
He added the cave paintings in Araxan have been badly damaged by weathering and rain water erosion. Except for the fingerprints, no drawings can be made out”
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