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ของมันต้องมี!? 2022 Honda Civic Type R อาจมาพร้อมหน้าตาแบบนี้

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สปายช็อตแรก 2022 Ford Ranger Raptor คงความน่าเกรงขามจนกระบะคู่แข่งต้องหลีกทาง

Ranger Raptorถึงแม้จะถูกห่อหุ้มพรางตัวอย่างแน่นหนาทั้งคัน แต่ก็มิอาจปิดบังกระจังหน้าที่ประทับตัวอักษร F-O-R-D

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เปิดภาพเรนเดอร์ 2022 Honda Civic Type R เติมเต็มความสปอร์ตแบบวัยกลางคน?

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ขายดีก็ขึ้นราคา 2021 Honda Civic Type R เพิ่มหมื่นกว่าบาท แต่ออพชั่นเหมือนเดิม

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2022 Honda Civic เตรียมผลิต Type R มีเกียร์ธรรมดาเช่นเดิม แต่บอกลาตัวถังคูเป้เรียบร้อย

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What are some places I need to see in the UAE?

Over the years, the UAE has changed a lot and has become very engaging with her tourists, this is especially true for the Emirate/City of Dubai. Anytime from mid Oct till March end is a good time to visit. Here are some recommendations from all over UAE that I can think of and some I have personally visited. Fossil Rock - A top spot for hiking, camping and fossil hunting, it is located in the Emirate of Sharjah near Mleiha. You can rent a 4WD and go there yourself or explore the area with the Mleiha Archeological Centre and discover its unique geographical layout, while also seeing some archeological sights. I have been here and its stunning! The Sharjah Center for Astronomy and Space Sciences Planetarium - One of the best science museums I been to, a great place to go with your family, and it was AED 20 per person when I visited. The Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation, is also a good place to visit, if you’re into that sort of thing. The Sharjah Aquarium - This place is a must see, I must say this one is much better than the mini one in Dubai Mall and spectacularly maintained as well. Its AED 25 for adults. The Emirate of Shj has a lot of Art Gallaries like the Maraya Art Centre, Shj Art Foundation etc., if you’re interested in a refined art/culture trip, I would recommend visiting the galleries. Ajman Dhow Building Yard- Dhow means a ship chiefly used in the arab region. The Ajman creek area is the largest dhow building centre in the world and you can see people using tools and techniques that are quiet ancient. Give it a go, if you want to see how ships are built! Ajman is another Emirate of the UAE and has its share of archeological sites too. Seneyah Islands- This Island in Umm- Al- Quwwain is beautifully surrounded by mangroves and a lot of migratory birds visit the area this time around. Good for photos and your eyes. Dream Land Aqua Park - In Ajman and is a quaint one, not a lot of tourist crowd like in Dubai. I recommend. Barracuda Wine Shop Ajman- You can buy Alcohol here. Its a good looking shop too! Jebel Jais Mountains/Hajjar mountains - Ras Al Khaimah, great trekking and sight seeing spot. I would recommend taking adequate food and water with you as its mainly just mountains. The world largest zipline is also here, its AED 325 per person. Parasailing- Khor Fakkan beach, Fujairah. Its AED 135 per person. Dubai Dubai Mall- This one is a great mall with a lots of things to do; VR Park - Its the world’s largest indoor Virtual Reality Park. You can book online for spots on their website. The Dubai fountain- Stunning! Book broadwalk tickets, go there early. You can buy tickets right near the fountain. Ice-Rink- It has an ice rink and you could try it if you like (not free). Shopping - You get everything. Food and Dining- also a great place to eat and dine (Souq Al Bahar) At the Top- You can book tickets online or at the mall for Burj Kalifa(Approx AED 135–160 per person), broadwalk (Approx AED 15) and Dubai Mall Abra ride inside the fountain (AED 68) 2. Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary- A good place to watch flamingoes and other migratory birds. (Its just a viewing deck) 3. Bollywood Parks, IMG world- I have been to both and liked IMG world better. Bollywood Parks is stunning looking and is great for IG posts but the rides are not too great there. Overall, IMG was a better experience - worth the ticket monies! 4. Jumeirah Beaches- great beaches, would be wise to either go early or really late. You have to pay for your showers, AED 5. 5.Desert Safari- The one thing you must do. 6. Al- Rawabi Diary Company- Know how milk is made in the desert, see cows! 7. Zabeel Park, Mushrif Park - Beautiful Parks. 8. Deira, BurDubai, Gold Souq, Hindu temple, Meena Bazaar, Dubai Abra- Old Dubai Charm. 9. The Dubai Safari Park. 10. Hatta Dam - a great spot to kayak, been here and its beautiful! 11. The many Bars and Restaurants (they are in every corner!) Abu Dhabi - The Capital city. Yas Marina Circuit (from AED 474 and above, depending on your choice of activity) Chevrolet Camaro drag racing Jaguar F- Type experience Yas Radical SST experience Aston Martin Driving experience Formula Racing Yas 3000 2. Yas Islands Theme Parks Ferrari World Yas Water World 3. Seaplane tours 4. Day and night cruises 5. The Abu Dhabi Grand mosque 6. Khalifa Park, Delma Park - beautifully maintained parks. 7. Quad bikes & Jet ski Rentals ( available all over uae, but please consider safety before renting) 8. Watch Camel Racing - Usually from oct - apr, first race is usually early in the morning and the afternoon one from 2:30pm. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Camel racing . 9. The Wathba Wetland Reserve- If you’re into nature and taking pictures of migratory birds, then this is a good place to start (not sure of any current entry restrictions) 10. Eastern Mangrove Promenade- stunning location with mild water sport activities like Kayaking, waterboard battling and boat riding, been here and its just beautiful! In conclusion, plan your trip depending on the activities you want to do once you’re in UAE. Bring lots of cash, sadly UAE is not ideal for budget tourism- unless you want to do the food tourism thing with sight seeing on the side, which btw is not a bad option.

How does evolutionary theory apply to human development?

THE HUMANS WERE CREATED TO DEVELOP EDUCATE AND PREPARE SPIRITUALLY ON THIS EARTH. IT IS THE GARDEN OF GOD. 80% of the world's population is firmly convinced that today's dying "civilization" has reached the peak of knowledge, skill and technology that has ever existed on this planet. This erroneous image of reality is produced by another false teaching, with which the elite deviates us from finding out the truth. As a child we are told that the ancient man was primitive . It is normal to believe that the current world is heading for a great evolution because you know only the first part of reality. This error exists because the great "scholars" forgot to add that in the past times there was an unprecedented universal catastrophe that destroyed life by drowning, and after that many others smaller in intensity. Due to the great universal deluge, the survivors, who were not at all primitive, were forced to take the lead in rebuilding their civilization, only with what the fury of the waters left behind. This is the reason why elites call primitive, although the traces of their civilization are all over. These are unmatched evidence that the ancients held extremely extensive knowledge.The remnants of their destroyed civilizations give today's class the greatest achievements of the present era. Nobody among the elite "scientists" wants to explain how these "savages" were able to erect gigantic monuments, build mammoth cities, carve and paint basalt and granite images that defy time. None of them takes into account their advanced knowledge of medicine, botany, geography, cartography, astronomy, spirituality, music, drawing. If they were to recognize these merits, the science-garbage they put on their neck in schools would end. This is the reason why I cannot admit that the ancient man was not received. On the other hand, if they did, the man of today would realize in what state of degradation and misery he lives and would finally realize the involution that will lead to his disappearance. Today I will show you other evidence attesting that man was not primitive, but that he became primitive. From ancient times man knew sophisticated devices with which he could fly. Since the second half of the 1900s, many people have begun to hypothesize that ancient civilizations, such as Egyptian, Sumerian, pre-Columbian, were in direct contact with various alien civilizations. These theories or ideas have never been accepted at the scientific-academic level, which is why they have been cataloged as part of the speculative field, as they always do when the evidence destroys their lies. For this reason, thousands of precious artifacts have become mysterious objects for which they invented a new terminology: mysterious archeology.The ancient flying apparatus described in Indian writings but also many artifacts that refer to the contacts of aliens with humans, have become popular in our time since the 1970s with the writings of Erich von Däniken, Peter Kolosimo, Zaharia Sitchin, Robert KG Temple, Edgar Cayce. Particularly with some of their best-sellers, such as Kolosimo's "It's not Earth" and "Spaceship in prehistory", or Däniken's "Memories of the future" and "Aliens will return". With them began the search for ancient human contact with aliens. Nowadays we have already many scholars, independent researchers or unconventional researchers who have deepened their research in this direction, such as: Mario Pincherle, Mauro Biglino, Father Enrique López Guerrero, Claude Vorilhon, Lloyd Pye, Corrado Malanga, Biagio Russo, Alan F. Alford and many others. Many of them were discredited, derided, threatened, humiliated because they dared to challenge the false science of the Masonic system. No evidence of the existence of ancient astronauts has been supported by the scientific community. All the discoveries related to this subject have been cataloged by the official science as mythological elements, poetic metaphors, allegories or objects that do not have to exist, generically called OOPARTS . They are described as "mysteries" because they could not be given a scientific explanation without making contact with aliens. Let's try to see some of the best known and look at them with the eyes of man who does not look at the ancient remnants of a primitive civilization, but at the works of the most advanced connoisseurs of flying machines and aliens they were related to. Statuetele Dogu These small artifacts belong to the late Jomon period (http://1000-400i.Hr ), were found in Japan and are on display at the National Museum in Tokyo. Absolutely all are cosmonauts dressed in special costumes. In a simple analysis we see clearly details of the astronaut's costume, visor, helmet with glasses. Jet planes from Colombia For a long time the academic world said that these artifacts made of solid gold represent stylized birds or different tropical insects, until ERICH VON DÄNIKEN demonstrated that the details so accurately inlaid belong to flying devices, not to any species of birds or insects. Some people even see the propeller in front. Space shuttle from Palenque The artifact below was found in the Temple of the Inscriptions in Palenque, which is located in one of the most important Mayan settlements. It is a sculpture made on the lid of Pakal's sarcophagus. For what seems impossible, here is an astronaut who runs a small space shuttle. Those who have studied this incredible ancient religion in detail have succeeded in demonstrating this. The second photograph is a reconstruction that respected the smallest details of the sculpture in which the interior of this small space shuttle is represented along with the pilot who is in a vertical take-off position. He sits on a chair and holds the commanada levers of the shuttle. Stars from El Baul, Guatemala This sculpture was discovered during archaeological excavations at a site in Guatemala and was made by the Maya. The most interesting part is in the head area that is covered with a helmet that seems to be the mouth of an animal, only that the tube that leaves the helmet and ends in a kind of box behind the character does not leave doubt that this is about a classic breathing tube of any space helmet. Weland the blacksmith In the photo below you can see a particular bronze artifact that was dated as belonging to the 7th-8th centuries. It was found in Uppåkra, a small village that is part of Staffanstorp commune, in southern Sweden, 5 km from Lund. This strange object clearly represents a man dressed in a kind of flying suit. It was named Weland because it refers to the feathered flying suit that Weland the blacksmith and made himself to escape from the prison in which King Niðungr was thrown. Of course many would say that these are just assumptions, except that nowadays such a costume exists, as you can see in the photos below. Straniile flaute maya These artifacts were cataloged by "scholars, as ancient" musical instruments. They were found in Vera Cruz, Mexico, and have a length of 30 cm. However, if you look at them better, you will find that these are ancient flying objects that have pilots on board, just as these Hoverkraft or Hoverbike vehicles are driven today. The drivers of these devices wear protective helmets on their heads, on their hands they wear gloves with which they operate the levers that move the flight devices. The "flutes" are on display today at the Young Museum in San Francisco. In the last photo is a modern type of hoverkraft that can accommodate two people. The bird from Saqquara This artifact that was dated around 200 BC, was found in the tomb of Pa-di Imen in Saqqara, Egypt and is made of wood. Egyptologists have classified it as a bird with outstretched wings, although it has no feathers, no legs, and its tail is not horizontal, like that of birds. The next model shows the aerodynamic shape of the prehistoric flight apparatus. Toprakkale rocket This ancient rocket was discovered in Toprakkale, the new name of the ancient Tuspa in Turkey and was deposited in the Topkapi Archaeological Museum in Istanbul without being exposed to the public. After lengthy endeavors and politico-scientific media, Zaharia Sitchin manages to obtain the exhibition in order to be analyzed, but without being removed from the museum's premises. Following the examination, Sitchin wrote. "It is a cone-shaped object, which for modern people presents itself as a spacecraft. It is powered by a group of 4 engines in the rear, which surrounds a larger exhaust engine. There is room for a single pilot, which unfortunately has no head. It is placed with the legs folded upwards towards the chest and is dressed in a suit pressurized with ribs. Here you have a modern flight apparatus that does not differ much from the ancient object found on the plains of Turkey. Helicopters and airplanes in ancient Egypt I n Abydos in interitorul temple of pharaoh Seti I, built during the 19th dynasty of ancient Egypt, is incised several glyphs that leaves no doubt that the ancient Egyptians knew the aircraft, such as helicopters, planes, plates flying but also submarines. Look carefully and you will see clearly these "modern" vehicles that belonged to antiquity. In the second photo it is a niche on which these aircraft are incised. Astronaut from Kiev This statue was found in a tomb in the Siberian region of Altai, near China, but was then taken to Kiev. It was baptized under this name by Peter Kolosimo and was dated as around 700 BC. It is made of solid gold and is believed to have belonged to the Scythians. It represents a man dressed in a tight suit, wearing an astronaut or diver's helmet. An interesting feature is that this astronaut has 6 fingers in his hands. Astronauts from Valcamonica In Italy in the Valcamonica region there is a site that is 10,000 years old, becoming a UNESCO heritage. It contains more than 200,000 petroglyphs depicting animals, people, customs, strange objects, but also these astronauts dressed in special flying suits and with headphones that emit rays or signals. They hold unknown objects in their hands . Astronaut from Los Tayos The cave of Los Tayos in Ecuador, is known worldwide because of the extraordinary artifacts that the natives carried as a sign of gratitude to Father Crespi who made with them a museum that all the unconventional researchers of the time were to see at least once in their lifetime. . After Crespi's death, everything went into the Vatican's possession, and the memory of the museum was only immortalized in the photographs that those interested in these treasures took at the time with Father Crespi. The vast majority were made of solid gold, and many of them were much older than 14,000 years. These include also those cosmonauts who are dressed in clingy costumes, are warm with technological objects and wear space helmets on their heads. Rock paintings from Sego Canyon On a long rocky wall in Utah, USA, there is a true gallery of ancient paintings that is made up of about 80 petroglyphs. All are incised in natural size and represent strange beings without arms and legs, with large round eyes that have huge antennas on their heads. Their age is more than 7,000 years old and many researchers have concluded that they are aliens. Drawings from Tassili N'Ajjer The Tassili N'Ajjer cave is located in a mountainous massif located in the Sahara desert in the southeastern part of Algeria. On this rocky wall there are 10,000-year-old cave paintings, with 15,000 such drawings representing elephants, giraffes, crocodiles, people hunting or dancing and many other interesting things. Among them are representations of beings who carry on their heads space helmets that in most representations have antennas of different sizes or shapes. They hold different technological weapons in their hands. They are of gigantic size and no one of the "scholars" can explain who could have made these huge drawings on the rock, what kind of paint they used for no more than 10,000 years, it could not be erased by nature or who were these strange characters. Wandjina, the beings who created man In Australia, in the Kimbery region in a cave that the Arborean natives consider sacred, there are a lot of images that represent non-human non-mouthed people, with big black eyes with no iris and subtle nose. They all have a kind of halo around the head that indicates a type of space helmet. The tribes say that they are Wandjina, those who created man. They are the "spirits of the clouds" or the "beings of heaven" who came here from the Milky Way. Lines of Nazca For the "scientific world", the Nazca lines are some of the strangest achievements of ancient peoples. Located in the most arid plateau of the planet on an area of ​​80 km, the lines are drawn between the city of Nazca and Palpa in the southern region of the state of Peru. There are 13,000 and they represent animal drawings or figures with humanoid faces, as is the geoglyph below, entitled "Astronaut". He did not get this name because he is an ancient astronaut, but because this gray alien either greets his brothers from space, or is a clue to those who came from space to align perfectly with the immediate runways. nearby. The greatest work of the ancient peoples of this region is, however, the total leveling of the top of the mountains on which a huge artificial platform was created identical with any landing-take-off runway in our day. Many have wondered what kind of extraordinary technology these people had, because as a result of this gigantic excavation of the mountain peaks there was nothing left of the material that was dislodged from the pools, to make this track. The giant from Atacama 119 m high, this anthropomorphic geoglyph drawn in the Atacama Desert, Chile, represents a strange being that has a square-shaped body with legs apart and arms open and raised. The stylized face has round eyes and mouth, similar to a mask from which 4 parallel lines leave. The same drawing is also depicted on the Sun Gate of Tiahuanaco in honor of Viracocha, the god from heaven. As you can see, this time its size is impressive, and this is the definitive proof that such a work could not be done unless someone coordinated the works from the air. In fact, it cannot be seen from the ground, but only if you are in the air, so this could be another drawing with which the ancients signaled the runways for aircraft. UFO from the church There are many old paintings or drawings depicting different flying saucers or missiles, but the one that is known all over the world is in a Protestant church in Sighisoara-Romania. In the center of the painting is a construction that has two species of antennas mounted on the roof above which flies a flying saucer of discoidal shape. The flying vehicle leaves behind a thick cloud of smoke, among which other small-sized flying vehicles are barely visible. It seems to have been made in 1534, and this flying object was also engraved on a coin from 1656, as seen in the second photograph. As you can see, UFOs and stories with aliens are not an invention of modern times, but an inheritance that comes from times immemorial to us. Coins with the same flying machine The coins below were discovered during the restructuring of a house around Berenice in southern Egypt. Artefactele Maya The most famous and beautifully made artifacts with flying saucers and extraterrestrials appear in the objects left by the Mayan civilizations. These ancient wonders exceed in number, several hundred. The famous Klaus Dona has been made known to the world in numerous conferences and interviews. Their popularity has made the world more and more interested in these ancient testimonies in which the gods that come to earth in flying devices are represented. Cosmonaut from Guatemala This statue, which is no longer complete, was found on the southern coast of Guatemala, it was dated as part of the years 200-600 AD. and represents a man dressed in a space suit. Maya astronaut The scientific world has classified this statue as belonging to a fighter who wears a mask that represents a jaguar. It was dated as belonging to the years 250 BC-900 AD. The mask has a lot of technical details that leave no doubt that it is the helmet of a cosmonaut. The pilot's seat A CEST artifact is on display in the Gold Museum in Bogota and was dated as aprtinand centuries one i.Hr-700d.Hr . It is made entirely of gold and as you can see, it has a lot of technical details of the pilot's seat, just like any modern seat. Astronaut from stone This stone drawing was discovered in China and it is unknown when it was made. It is easy to see that this is a man dressed in a special astronaut costume, wearing a helmet with antennas.

What did humans look like in the Stone Age?

80% of the world's population is firmly convinced that today's dying "civilization" has reached the peak of knowledge, skill and technology that has ever existed on this planet. This erroneous image of reality is produced by another false teaching, with which the elite deviates us from finding out the truth. As a child we are told that the ancient man was primitive . It is normal to believe that the current world is heading for a great evolution because you know only the first part of reality. This error exists because the great "scholars" forgot to add that in the past times there was an unprecedented universal catastrophe that destroyed life by drowning, and after that many others smaller in intensity. Due to the great universal deluge, the survivors, who were not at all primitive, were forced to take the lead in rebuilding their civilization, only with what the fury of the waters left behind. This is the reason why elites call primitive, although the traces of their civilization are all over. These are unmatched evidence that the ancients held extremely extensive knowledge.The remnants of their destroyed civilizations give today's class the greatest achievements of the present era. Nobody among the elite "scientists" wants to explain how these "savages" were able to erect gigantic monuments, build mammoth cities, carve and paint basalt and granite images that defy time. None of them takes into account their advanced knowledge of medicine, botany, geography, cartography, astronomy, spirituality, music, drawing. If they were to recognize these merits, the science-garbage they put on their neck in schools would end. This is the reason why I cannot admit that the ancient man was not received. On the other hand, if they did, the man of today would realize in what state of degradation and misery he lives and would finally realize the involution that will lead to his disappearance. Today I will show you other evidence attesting that man was not primitive, but that he became primitive. From ancient times man knew sophisticated devices with which he could fly. Since the second half of the 1900s, many people have begun to hypothesize that ancient civilizations, such as Egyptian, Sumerian, pre-Columbian, were in direct contact with various alien civilizations. These theories or ideas have never been accepted at the scientific-academic level, which is why they have been cataloged as part of the speculative field, as they always do when the evidence destroys their lies. For this reason, thousands of precious artifacts have become mysterious objects for which they invented a new terminology: mysterious archeology.The ancient flying apparatus described in Indian writings but also many artifacts that refer to the contacts of aliens with humans, have become popular in our time since the 1970s with the writings of Erich von Däniken, Peter Kolosimo, Zaharia Sitchin, Robert KG Temple, Edgar Cayce. Particularly with some of their best-sellers, such as Kolosimo's "It's not Earth" and "Spaceship in prehistory", or Däniken's "Memories of the future" and "Aliens will return". With them began the search for ancient human contact with aliens. Nowadays we have already many scholars, independent researchers or unconventional researchers who have deepened their research in this direction, such as: Mario Pincherle, Mauro Biglino, Father Enrique López Guerrero, Claude Vorilhon, Lloyd Pye, Corrado Malanga, Biagio Russo, Alan F. Alford and many others. Many of them were discredited, derided, threatened, humiliated because they dared to challenge the false science of the Masonic system. No evidence of the existence of ancient astronauts has been supported by the scientific community. All the discoveries related to this subject have been cataloged by the official science as mythological elements, poetic metaphors, allegories or objects that do not have to exist, generically called OOPARTS . They are described as "mysteries" because they could not be given a scientific explanation without making contact with aliens. Let's try to see some of the best known and look at them with the eyes of man who does not look at the ancient remnants of a primitive civilization, but at the works of the most advanced connoisseurs of flying machines and aliens they were related to. Statuetele Dogu These small artifacts belong to the late Jomon period (http://1000-400i.Hr ), were found in Japan and are on display at the National Museum in Tokyo. Absolutely all are cosmonauts dressed in special costumes. In a simple analysis we see clearly details of the astronaut's costume, visor, helmet with glasses. Jet planes from Colombia For a long time the academic world said that these artifacts made of solid gold represent stylized birds or different tropical insects, until ERICH VON DÄNIKEN demonstrated that the details so accurately inlaid belong to flying devices, not to any species of birds or insects. Some people even see the propeller in front. Space shuttle from Palenque The artifact below was found in the Temple of the Inscriptions in Palenque, which is located in one of the most important Mayan settlements. It is a sculpture made on the lid of Pakal's sarcophagus. For what seems impossible, here is an astronaut who runs a small space shuttle. Those who have studied this incredible ancient religion in detail have succeeded in demonstrating this. The second photograph is a reconstruction that respected the smallest details of the sculpture in which the interior of this small space shuttle is represented along with the pilot who is in a vertical take-off position. He sits on a chair and holds the commanada levers of the shuttle. Stars from El Baul, Guatemala This sculpture was discovered during archaeological excavations at a site in Guatemala and was made by the Maya. The most interesting part is in the head area that is covered with a helmet that seems to be the mouth of an animal, only that the tube that leaves the helmet and ends in a kind of box behind the character does not leave doubt that this is about a classic breathing tube of any space helmet. Weland the blacksmith In the photo below you can see a particular bronze artifact that was dated as belonging to the 7th-8th centuries. It was found in Uppåkra, a small village that is part of Staffanstorp commune, in southern Sweden, 5 km from Lund. This strange object clearly represents a man dressed in a kind of flying suit. It was named Weland because it refers to the feathered flying suit that Weland the blacksmith and made himself to escape from the prison in which King Niðungr was thrown. Of course many would say that these are just assumptions, except that nowadays such a costume exists, as you can see in the photos below. Straniile flaute maya These artifacts were cataloged by "scholars, as ancient" musical instruments. They were found in Vera Cruz, Mexico, and have a length of 30 cm. However, if you look at them better, you will find that these are ancient flying objects that have pilots on board, just as these Hoverkraft or Hoverbike vehicles are driven today. The drivers of these devices wear protective helmets on their heads, on their hands they wear gloves with which they operate the levers that move the flight devices. The "flutes" are on display today at the Young Museum in San Francisco. In the last photo is a modern type of hoverkraft that can accommodate two people. The bird from Saqquara This artifact that was dated around 200 BC, was found in the tomb of Pa-di Imen in Saqqara, Egypt and is made of wood. Egyptologists have classified it as a bird with outstretched wings, although it has no feathers, no legs, and its tail is not horizontal, like that of birds. The next model shows the aerodynamic shape of the prehistoric flight apparatus. Toprakkale rocket This ancient rocket was discovered in Toprakkale, the new name of the ancient Tuspa in Turkey and was deposited in the Topkapi Archaeological Museum in Istanbul without being exposed to the public. After lengthy endeavors and politico-scientific media, Zaharia Sitchin manages to obtain the exhibition in order to be analyzed, but without being removed from the museum's premises. Following the examination, Sitchin wrote. "It is a cone-shaped object, which for modern people presents itself as a spacecraft. It is powered by a group of 4 engines in the rear, which surrounds a larger exhaust engine. There is room for a single pilot, which unfortunately has no head. It is placed with the legs folded upwards towards the chest and is dressed in a suit pressurized with ribs. Here you have a modern flight apparatus that does not differ much from the ancient object found on the plains of Turkey. Helicopters and airplanes in ancient Egypt I n Abydos in interitorul temple of pharaoh Seti I, built during the 19th dynasty of ancient Egypt, is incised several glyphs that leaves no doubt that the ancient Egyptians knew the aircraft, such as helicopters, planes, plates flying but also submarines. Look carefully and you will see clearly these "modern" vehicles that belonged to antiquity. In the second photo it is a niche on which these aircraft are incised. Astronaut from Kiev This statue was found in a tomb in the Siberian region of Altai, near China, but was then taken to Kiev. It was baptized under this name by Peter Kolosimo and was dated as around 700 BC. It is made of solid gold and is believed to have belonged to the Scythians. It represents a man dressed in a tight suit, wearing an astronaut or diver's helmet. An interesting feature is that this astronaut has 6 fingers in his hands. Astronauts from Valcamonica In Italy in the Valcamonica region there is a site that is 10,000 years old, becoming a UNESCO heritage. It contains more than 200,000 petroglyphs depicting animals, people, customs, strange objects, but also these astronauts dressed in special flying suits and with headphones that emit rays or signals. They hold unknown objects in their hands . Astronaut from Los Tayos The cave of Los Tayos in Ecuador, is known worldwide because of the extraordinary artifacts that the natives carried as a sign of gratitude to Father Crespi who made with them a museum that all the unconventional researchers of the time were to see at least once in their lifetime. . After Crespi's death, everything went into the Vatican's possession, and the memory of the museum was only immortalized in the photographs that those interested in these treasures took at the time with Father Crespi. The vast majority were made of solid gold, and many of them were much older than 14,000 years. These include also those cosmonauts who are dressed in clingy costumes, are warm with technological objects and wear space helmets on their heads. Rock paintings from Sego Canyon On a long rocky wall in Utah, USA, there is a true gallery of ancient paintings that is made up of about 80 petroglyphs. All are incised in natural size and represent strange beings without arms and legs, with large round eyes that have huge antennas on their heads. Their age is more than 7,000 years old and many researchers have concluded that they are aliens. Drawings from Tassili N'Ajjer The Tassili N'Ajjer cave is located in a mountainous massif located in the Sahara desert in the southeastern part of Algeria. On this rocky wall there are 10,000-year-old cave paintings, with 15,000 such drawings representing elephants, giraffes, crocodiles, people hunting or dancing and many other interesting things. Among them are representations of beings who carry on their heads space helmets that in most representations have antennas of different sizes or shapes. They hold different technological weapons in their hands. They are of gigantic size and no one of the "scholars" can explain who could have made these huge drawings on the rock, what kind of paint they used for no more than 10,000 years, it could not be erased by nature or who were these strange characters. Wandjina, the beings who created man In Australia, in the Kimbery region in a cave that the Arborean natives consider sacred, there are a lot of images that represent non-human non-mouthed people, with big black eyes with no iris and subtle nose. They all have a kind of halo around the head that indicates a type of space helmet. The tribes say that they are Wandjina, those who created man. They are the "spirits of the clouds" or the "beings of heaven" who came here from the Milky Way. Lines of Nazca For the "scientific world", the Nazca lines are some of the strangest achievements of ancient peoples. Located in the most arid plateau of the planet on an area of ​​80 km, the lines are drawn between the city of Nazca and Palpa in the southern region of the state of Peru. There are 13,000 and they represent animal drawings or figures with humanoid faces, as is the geoglyph below, entitled "Astronaut". He did not get this name because he is an ancient astronaut, but because this gray alien either greets his brothers from space, or is a clue to those who came from space to align perfectly with the immediate runways. nearby. The greatest work of the ancient peoples of this region is, however, the total leveling of the top of the mountains on which a huge artificial platform was created identical with any landing-take-off runway in our day. Many have wondered what kind of extraordinary technology these people had, because as a result of this gigantic excavation of the mountain peaks there was nothing left of the material that was dislodged from the pools, to make this track. The giant from Atacama 119 m high, this anthropomorphic geoglyph drawn in the Atacama Desert, Chile, represents a strange being that has a square-shaped body with legs apart and arms open and raised. The stylized face has round eyes and mouth, similar to a mask from which 4 parallel lines leave. The same drawing is also depicted on the Sun Gate of Tiahuanaco in honor of Viracocha, the god from heaven. As you can see, this time its size is impressive, and this is the definitive proof that such a work could not be done unless someone coordinated the works from the air. In fact, it cannot be seen from the ground, but only if you are in the air, so this could be another drawing with which the ancients signaled the runways for aircraft. UFO from the church There are many old paintings or drawings depicting different flying saucers or missiles, but the one that is known all over the world is in a Protestant church in Sighisoara-Romania. In the center of the painting is a construction that has two species of antennas mounted on the roof above which flies a flying saucer of discoidal shape. The flying vehicle leaves behind a thick cloud of smoke, among which other small-sized flying vehicles are barely visible. It seems to have been made in 1534, and this flying object was also engraved on a coin from 1656, as seen in the second photograph. As you can see, UFOs and stories with aliens are not an invention of modern times, but an inheritance that comes from times immemorial to us. Coins with the same flying machine The coins below were discovered during the restructuring of a house around Berenice in southern Egypt. Artefactele Maya The most famous and beautifully made artifacts with flying saucers and extraterrestrials appear in the objects left by the Mayan civilizations. These ancient wonders exceed in number, several hundred. The famous Klaus Dona has been made known to the world in numerous conferences and interviews. Their popularity has made the world more and more interested in these ancient testimonies in which the gods that come to earth in flying devices are represented. Cosmonaut from Guatemala This statue, which is no longer complete, was found on the southern coast of Guatemala, it was dated as part of the years 200-600 AD. and represents a man dressed in a space suit. Maya astronaut The scientific world has classified this statue as belonging to a fighter who wears a mask that represents a jaguar. It was dated as belonging to the years 250 BC-900 AD. The mask has a lot of technical details that leave no doubt that it is the helmet of a cosmonaut. The pilot's seat A CEST artifact is on display in the Gold Museum in Bogota and was dated as aprtinand centuries one i.Hr-700d.Hr . It is made entirely of gold and as you can see, it has a lot of technical details of the pilot's seat, just like any modern seat. Astronaut from stone This stone drawing was discovered in China and it is unknown when it was made. It is easy to see that this is a man dressed in a special astronaut costume, wearing a helmet with antennas.

Will left-handers go extinct?

No, as there will always be a need for persons who can explain sophisticated concepts to the vast herd of right-handed people. - - Lifestyle 50 Famous Left-Handed People Who Changed the World Mary Shustack, August 11, 2020 ** Lefties Rule ** Quora required Attribution: 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People . “”””” The world's left-handed people have always been in the minority — southpaws make up just about 10 percent of the population. Being in the minority didn't hold back countless left-handers through history who have made their mark. Next time you're tempted to tease a lefty for doing something "backward," remember this list of the vast and varied achievements of left-handed people throughout history. Take that, righties! Related: 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People 50 Famous Left-Handed People Who Changed the World! Related: 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People Babe Ruth Decades after his death, the man born George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr. (1895-1948) remains perhaps the most famous Major League Baseball player of all time, a feat considering his early days found him using mitts designed for right-handed players. "The Bambino" played 22 seasons, most notably for the New York Yankees, setting records that still stand today. United States Library of Congress Albert Einstein Still don't understand E = mc2? Don't worry. You're not Albert Einstein, after all. The German-born physicist (1879-1955) and southpaw developed the theory of relativity — an integral component of modern physics. Wikimedia Commons Helen Keller The American author, political activist, and lecturer was the first deaf-blind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree. Helen Keller (1880-1968) has also inspired generations with her fortitude and her dedication to causes including women's suffrage and labor rights. Her words, continue to inspire: "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched — they must be felt with the heart." Wikimedia Commons Barack Obama In 2014, Time magazine put the first African-American president at the top of its list of top 10 lefties. And he isn't the only left-handed POTUS. Others include Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Gerald Ford. Wikimedia Commons Lewis Carroll The English writer born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1890) also gained attention as a mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon, and photographer. Among this literary lefty's classic works are "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass." s_bukley/depositphotos Oprah Winfrey The American media mogul born 1954 in Mississippi has made her mark with a career in news, entertainment, and philanthropy. She has funded scholarships and grants to nonprofits through her Oprah Angel Network in addition to having her own TV network, OWN. s_bukley/depositphotos Neil Armstrong Forget about being one of the most outstanding southpaws on Earth. Astronaut and aeronautical engineer Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) was, of course, the first person to walk on the moon — one giant leap for leftykind. Frederic Legrand - COMEO/shutterstock Bill Gates Bill Gates (born 1955) has been described as an American business magnate and was the principal founder of Microsoft Corp. The multi-billionaire is equally noted for his philanthropic and humanitarian work, most notably through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Wikimedia Commons Marie Curie Marie Sklodowska Curie (1867-1934) was born in Warsaw and made her name in France as a physicist and chemist who completed groundbreaking research on radioactivity — earning her the distinction of being the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Her many achievements include developing mobile units that allowed field hospitals to have X-ray services during World War I. Mark Twain by United States Library of Congress (None ) Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910) is better known by his pen name, and for being the author of seminal books including "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." An American legend, he was dubbed "the father of American literature" by William Faulkner. Wikimedia Commons Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart (1756-1791) was one of the most influential composers of the Classical era. The Salzburg, Austria-born musical genius wrote music that continues to delight audiences across the globe centuries after his death. Jaguar PS Shutterstock Paul McCartney The famous Beatle, a Liverpudlian born in 1942, is considered one of songwriting's best, along with the late John Lennon. Paul McCartney's dedication to charitable efforts — he and his late wife, Linda, were famous for their animal-rights efforts — is an integral part of his story. Related: 22 Locations From Famous Songs That You Can Actually Visit s_bukley/depositphotos Ringo Starr Sir Richard Starkey (born 1940) made history as part of the Fab Four — a left-handed drummer playing a right-handed kit in his own inimitable way. This Beatle helped raise the profile of the drummer as an integral member of a band. bossmoss/depositphotos Lady Gaga Mock the singer born Stephanie Germanotta in 1986 for wearing a meat dress at the 2010 MTV VMAs, but you can't fault her sheer talent or unwavering awareness and activism, most notably her support of the LGBTQ community through her Born This Way Foundation. Wikimedia Commons Leonardo Da Vinci The 15th-century Italian Renaissance man was was involved in invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography. He's also the guy who painted one of the world's most famous works, the "Mona Lisa." s_bukley/depositphotos Matt Groening Matt Groening (born 1954) is a cartoonist best known for "The Simpsons," the show that will seemingly go on forever. If you watch Bart Simpson write on the chalkboard at the start of every episode, you'll note he's a lefty, as is character Ned Flanders, who created the Leftorium, which specialized in products for left-handed people . Debby Wong/shutterstock Jerry Seinfeld The stand-up comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director born in 1954 is best known for playing himself in "Seinfeld," the sitcom that delighted audiences for a decade. Its catchphrases (re-gifting, close talker, sponge-worthy, "No soup for you," "yada yada yada") have become part of the American lexicon. Larry Bird by Kurt Shimala (CC BY-SA ) Larry Bird Larry Bird (born 1956) is a 6-foot-9 lefty who rose to fame as a pro basketball player with the Boston Celtics, where he led the team to NBA championships while earning personal MVP honors. He'd also go on to coach and serve in team administration, while doing a lot of charity work , often under-the-radar. Wikimedia Commons Julius Caesar Hail the Roman politician (100-44 BC) and military general who was instrumental in the rise of the Roman Empire. He also became the first historical Roman to be officially deified. Wikimedia Commons Ludwig Van Beethoven The German composer and pianist (1770-1827) is considered one of the most influential composers of all time. His work played a crucial role in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras of music. s_bukley/depositphotos Spike Lee The Atlanta-born director (1957) who came of age in Brooklyn made his mark on the film industry with his 1986 breakthrough, "She's Gotta Have It." The film cost less than $200,000 and earned $7 million. It led to Lee founding his own production company and making socially conscious films including "Malcolm X" and "Do the Right Thing." PopularImages/depositphotos Sylvester Stallone Both Sylvester Stallone (born 1946) and his alter ego Rocky Balboa are left-handed marvels. The actor created a signature character whose props are part of the Smithsonian Museum collection. He also raised the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art to iconic status. Wikimedia Commons Henry Ford If it weren't for this man (1863-1947), we might still be getting around with horses and buggies. He founded Ford Motor Co. and sponsored the development of the assembly line, which enabled the mass production of automobiles and manufactured the first car that was affordable to many middle-class Americans. Wikimedia Commons Jack the Ripper They might not know his exact identity, but forensics determined the serial killer who terrorized London in the late 19th century was most likely a left-hander. His infamous legacy continues to haunt. Wikimedia Commons Ty Cobb "The Georgia Peach" (1886-1961) was a Major League Baseball outfielder who certainly made his mark on the game, receiving the most votes of any player in the inaugural Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. He's credited with setting nearly 100 MLB records, too. Alexander the Great Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 BC) was a rock star of ancient Greece. Known as Alexander the Great, he was a king who created one of the largest empires of the ancient world by the age of 30. Martina Navrátilová ! Photo taken from ECM Prague Open 2006 by Michal.Pohorelsky (CC BY ) Martina Navratilova One of tennis' most successful players of all time, Czech-born Martina Navratilova (1956) made her mark in both singles and doubles play across the globe. She became an American citizen and has transitioned to a role as author and activist. Jean-Paul Gaultier The French fashion designer (born 1952) is known for haute couture and ready-to-wear fashions that combine high style with a playful attitude. Having served as the creative director of Hermès for a spell, he's a singular force perhaps best known for man-kilts and using unconventional models long before it became "a thing." Aristotle The ancient Greek philosopher and scientist (384-322 BC) is considered one of the fathers of Western philosophy, along with Plato. Aristotle is a subject of academic study today, even though only a third of his works survive. FLDphotos/istockphoto Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg (born 1984) is certainly getting his share of attention these days — you can't miss the spotlight on his star creation, Facebook. The bad press has overshadowed the Harvard-educated tech entrepreneur's extensive philanthropy work, at least for now. Related: The 50 Greatest American Inventions of the Past 50 Years National Portrait Gallery Napoleon Bonaparte The French statesman and military leader (1769-1821) rose to prominence during the French Revolution and died in exile. While he was deemed short by British newspapers at the time (and modern-day historians), he was actually the average height of a Frenchman. Related: 50 Facts You Learned in School That Are Actually Lies Photo of Richard Pryor. by Alan Light (CC BY ) Richard Pryor The American stand-up comedian, actor, and social critic (1940-2005) was known for his examinations of racism and other contemporary topics — always telling it like it was. And for that, he was the recipient of countless awards and an enduring legacy. Jean_Nelson/depositphotos Buzz Aldrin What's with left-handed astronauts? Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. (born 1930), an American engineer, astronaut, and command pilot in the United States Air Force, was, with Neil Armstrong, one of the first two humans to land on the moon. Winston Churchill Keep calm and give kudos to Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874-1965), the one-of-a-kind figure Gary Oldman so notably brought to life for a new generation in the film "Darkest Hour." Churchill was the British prime minister (1940-45 and 1951-55), notable for guiding Britain through World War II and on to victory. John F. Kennedy Jr. John-John (1960-1999) captured America's heart with his brave childhood salute to his father's casket — and would go on to become a noted American lawyer, journalist, magazine publisher, and pilot. His own life ended in a tragic plane crash. Wikimedia Commons Charlie Chaplin The British silent-film star (1889-1977) reached worldwide fame playing the character of the Little Tramp. But there's nothing little about his legacy: Chaplin's considered one of the most important figures in the history of film. Michelangelo When the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City presented "Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer," the exhibition broke records — a testament to the enduring legacy of the Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet born in 1475 as Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni. The name may be a mouthful, but the High Renaissance master had an outsize influence on the development of Western art. David Bowie The singer, songwriter, actor, and all-around artistic genius was born David Jones in 1947. He left fans around the globe and those he influenced in all fields reeling with his 2016 death from liver cancer. photoworksmedia/depositphotos John McEnroe The star player born in 1959 turned the reserved game of tennis upside down with his on-court tantrums. As successful as he was volatile, John McEnroe was one bad boy who had the goods to back up his antics. Angelina Jolie Tabloid drama seems to follow the Academy Award-winning actress and filmmaker Angelina Jolie (born 1975), but her humanitarian work may eventually stand as testament to her true calling. She has worked in war-ravaged countries, supported refugees, been involved in conservation, and had an active role with the United Nations for years. Jimi Hendrix It's said that breakthrough guitarist Jimi Hendrix (1942-70) was a naturally left-handed player, but his father believed that playing left-handed was a sign of the devil, so he tried to force the rising star to change. Ultimately, Hendrix rocked out as he was meant to — from Woodstock right into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Michael Ochs Archives / Stringer / Getty Images CC Kurt Cobain The man who not only changed Seattle sound but brought grunge to the world with Nirvana, Kurt Cobain (1967-1994) was a right-hander who played his guitar left-handed. No one knows why — but no one can question the success of that choice. Michael Ochs Archives / Stringer / Getty Images CC Lenny Bruce The risqué comic (1925-1966) was a performer who pushed the envelope — and it led to his conviction in 1964 in an obscenity trial. His influence has been noted on those who followed, from Richard Pryor to George Carlin. David Letterman The Indiana-born talk-show host, writer, comedian, and producer (born 1947) changed the face of late-night TV with his singular sense of humor, running jokes, rapport with guests, and wacky bits. He hosted late-night TV shows for an impressive 33 years. John Lydon by Shell Smith (CC BY-SA ) John Lydon The British singer, songwriter, and musician (born 1956) rose to fame as Johnny Rotten, the frontman of the punk band Sex Pistols. The short-lived band had little recorded output but was influential enough to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. Steve Jobs Entrepreneur Steve Jobs (1955-2011) made history as the chairman, chief executive, and co-founder of Apple Inc. The computer pioneer died of neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas. Ruth Bader Ginsburg "Notorious RBG" — or, more formally, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg — (born 1933) is a woman of many firsts who fights for gender equality and women's rights. Caitlyn Jenner The reality star and gender transition champion was born Bruce Jenner in 1949. While identifying publicly as a male, he gained international attention as a 1976 Olympic gold-medal winner in the decathlon. Today, this left-hander is perhaps the most famous openly transgender woman in the world. Gordon Ramsay The foul-mouthed chef born in 1966 has certainly made a mark on American and British TV. This lefty is not one to mince words — the broadcast landscape found one of its most polarizing figures. Wikimedia Commons Joan of Arc The medieval French peasant girl known as the Maid of Orléans (1412-1431) was fueled by a conviction that God had chosen her to lead her country to victory in its war with England — and she indeed took a leading role in the war. Later, though, she was convicted for witchcraft and heresy and burned at the stake. Canonization followed nearly five centuries later. Although handwriting analysis suggests that Joan of Arc was left-handed, and she was often depicted in artwork carrying her sword in her left hand, some say she may have been characterized as left-handed to discredit her at a time when left-handedness was regarded as a curse. 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People Danny Jensen, August 11, 2020 On the Other Hand Left-handed people, who account for roughly 10 percent of the world's population, experience distinct challenges, benefits, and quirks of daily life that most right-handed people usually never even consider. Over the years, there have been plenty of myths and theories — both good and bad — about what it's like to be a lefty in a right-handed world. Here are some fun and fascinating facts that you might not know about being left-handed — even if you were born a southpaw yourself, like many celebrated lefties . A 'Sinister' History For centuries in many cultures, left-handed people were considered unlucky, weak, crooked, and even evil — the word "sinister" even comes from the Latin word for left. In the Middle Ages, lefties were associated with the devil and often accused of witchcraft, and even as recently as the 20th century, left-handed students were forced to learn to use their right hand. Thankfully, perceptions about lefties have greatly improved in recent years. There Are Potential Health Risks for Lefties ... Numerous studies over the years have suggested that left-handed people are more prone to certain conditions, including dyslexia, ADHD, and psychological disorders. While the exact reasons why lefties are more prone to these conditions are still being studied, some scientists believe it has to do with how the brain operates differently for righties and lefties. Meanwhile, other studies have shown little evidence linking left-handedness and disorders such as schizophrenia, so the jury's still out. ... But There Are Also Health Benefits On the positive side, plenty of studies have shown that being left-handed doesn't have an effect on general health. And in some cases, researchers have found that lefties are less prone to develop certain health conditions, including lower rates of ulcers and arthritis. Artjafara/istockphoto Lefties 'Do It' Better Any time someone says something negative about a lefty, southpaws can always point to a survey that suggests lefties have better sex than righties . Of 10,000 people surveyed, only 15 percent of right-handed people reported being "extremely satisfied" with their sex lives, whereas 86 percent of lefties said they were "extremely satisfied." There's a Presidential Preference If you're a lefty, you may want to consider running for president. Several recent U.S. presidents were lefties, including Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Gerald Ford. Ronald Reagan is said to have been ambidextrous. Further back, James Garfield, Herbert Hoover and Harry Truman were also left-handed. Some scientists theorize lefties are capable of a wider scope of thinking, which makes for a great presidential quality. Everyday Tasks Can Be Difficult Lefties are often faced with the daily challenge of having to use devices and everyday items that were made for righties, including scissors, can openers, ice cream scoopers, credit card swipers, zippers, computer mouses, school desks and the list goes on. Sure, they make left-handed versions of some of these things, but good luck finding them in most stores. Writing Can Be a Struggle If you've ever watched a lefty write, you'll notice they often smudge their writing as they move their hand over it from left to right — or they're forced to twist their hand awkwardly to avoid doing so. And let's not forget about the discomfort of having to rest your hand on a conventional spiral-bound notebook in school as a lefty. While it's certainly a challenge that can be overcome with practice, the fact that most of us type on a computer these days is a win for smudged and sore lefties. Lefties Are Great at Math It seems calculating may be much easier for most lefties than writing as studies have shown left-handed people are often better at solving math problems. A recent study showed that left-handed students scored between 5 percent and 10 percent higher than their right-handed counterparts on complex math tests. Lefties are thought to be great problem solvers because they typically use more of the right side of the brain — which is associated with abstract thoughts and spatial reasoning — than righties do. Featureflash Photo Agency/shutterstock There Are Plenty of Celebrity Lefties ... You may not know it unless you asked for their autograph, but many of the biggest celebrities are left-handed. Famous southpaws on screen include Jennifer Lawrence, Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Robert De Niro, and Morgan Freeman. Left-handed musical stars include Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, and Eminem. ... And Left-Handed Guitar Legends A limited availability of left-handed guitars often forces lefties to restring right-handed guitars, learn to play right-handed or fork over more money for costlier left-handed guitars. But those that play left-handed have plenty of rock legends to idolize, including Paul McCartney, and late greats like Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, and surf rock pioneer Dick Dale. Many Innovators, Artists, and Thinkers Are and Have Been Left-Handed Throughout the centuries, many of our most celebrated thinkers and artists have been lefties. From Aristotle to Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein to Marie Curie, Bill Gates to Oprah Winfrey, our world would be a very a different place without the numerous notable lefties. There's Creativity on the Left The lengthy list of artistic lefties, and strong connection lefties have to the right side of the brain — which is linked to creativity — has reinforced the idea that lefties are more creative. But that connection may be more anecdotal than factual. What scientists have found is that lefties tend to be better at divergent thinking, allowing them to think of more possible solutions to a problem than just the obvious. It's a skill that can certainly help with creative thinking. Aspen Photo/shutterstock Southpaws Dominate in Sports Lefties — also known as southpaws — have an advantage over right-handed opponents in certain sports, especially one-on-one showdowns in boxing, tennis, and baseball. Because lefties account for only 10 percent of the population, righties don't train against lefties as often and are less comfortable facing off against them. Conversely, lefties are used to being in the minority and can adjust more easily, giving them a competitive edge. ARIMAG/shutterstock But Sports Equipment Can Be Challenging Since most sports equipment is mostly made with the majority of righties in mind, lefties can have a hard time finding equipment for certain sports. Golf clubs, hockey sticks, and baseball gloves made for lefties are often in short supply, so many lefties are stuck with a limited selection or have to special order their equipment. Andrea Izzotti/shutterstock The Notion That Lefties Have Shorter Lifespans Is a Myth For years, lefties were thought to have shorter lifespans than righties, thanks to a 1991 study that suggested they died younger. The study also said it was due in part to driving accidents, leading people to think that lefties were bad drivers. More recent studies, however, have since debunked those theories, and it's now generally accepted that handedness doesn't directly affect one's lifespan (or driving skills). Your Brain Has Nothing to Do With It Scientist have long thought that being born left- or right-handed is determined by more activity in the left or right hemispheres of our brain during fetal development. But a new study suggests that gene activity in the spinal cord actually determines which hand will be dominant, long before the part of the brain responsible for movement — the motor cortex — is functionally linked to the spinal cord, and could have more to do with environmental factors than inherited genetic traits. The Awkward Dinner Guest If you're a lefty or you've ever sat next to one at dinner, you know that elbow space can be at a premium. Lefties usually end up bumping their left elbow into their right-handed neighbor's elbow when they eat — not to mention spilling your drink when you collide with righties. Left Hand Is a Place by Jimmy Emerson, DVM (CC BY ) Left Hand Is a Place You Can Visit Want to celebrate your southpaw status? Consider visiting Left Hand, an unincorporated community in West Virginia. Unfortunately, however, there isn't a festival dedicated to left-handedness or even a Leftorium — the town was named after a nearby creek, Lefthand Run. Left Handedness Has a Holiday by Dubaj~commonswiki (CC BY ) Left Handedness Has a Holiday Aug. 13 is International Lefthanders Day. The special day for southpaws was first observed in 1976 by the founder of Lefthanders International Inc., Dean R. Campbell, and was created to raise awareness of the advantages of disadvantages of being a lefty in a predominantly right-handed world. Your Dog Could Be a Leftie A study overseen by James Cook University Townsville veterinary lecturer Janice Lloyd found that almost 50 percent of dogs favored their left paws. Another fun fact? Kangaroos appear to be almost exclusively left-pawed. Older Women Have More Left-Handed Babies According to one Canadian study, women in their 30s and 40s were far more likely to have left-handed children than younger women. A study of 2,228 college freshmen found that those whose mothers were aged 40 and over when they were born had more than twice the rate of left-handedness as those with moms who had them at 30 or younger””””, 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People . Attributon: 21 Things You Didn't Know About Left-Handed People .

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