There's a New Theory | David Reich, Author .&. Professor at Harvard, told the New York Times that their results were “surprising”: “We have overwhelming evidence of two founding populations in the Americas,” he said. Reich’s group divides the migration groups into two: one is the First Americans, and another they identify as Population Y, which “carried ancestry more closely related to indigenous Australians, New Guineans... [gotoComments]
The Jiajing Emperor (Chia-ching Emperor; Chinese: 嘉靖帝; IPA: [tɕjɑ́tɕîŋ]; 16 September 1507 – 23 January 1567) was the 11th Ming Dynasty Emperor of China who ruled from 1521 to 1567. Born Zhu Houcong, he was the former Zhengde Emperor's cousin. His father, Zhu Youyuan (1476–1519), the Prince of Xing, was the fourth son of the Cheng-hua emperor (1465–1487) and the eldest son of three sons born to the emperor's concubine, Lady Shao. His era name means "Admirable tranquility".
Native American Dancers: A female Native American dance group prepares to perform at The Red Earth Festival in 1992. Oklahoma is home to many Native American people including the Choctaw, Cherokee and Comanche. (Photo Credit: Peter Turnley/CORBIS)