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Scientists From Yakutia Discovered a New Civilization
July 26, 2013 10:21


Scientists of Yakutia proved there was 13-th civilization in the world.

Traditionally science divides humanity into 12 civilizations of Asia, America, Africa, Europe and Oceania. Scientists from Yakutia proposed an option that besides classic local civilizations there was an Arctic or Circumpolar civilization. Scientific communities have already admitted their version.

Arctic civilization unites the Northern edges of other three civilizations: Eurasian, Western European and North American. Despite of remote geographical distances the multiple peoples of Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Canada and USA share common “arctic” genotype, lingual and cultural traditions.

Arctic civilization is situated around North Pole and is remarkable with inhabitants who accommodated themselves to harsh natural and geographical conditions. In Russia this system includes peoples of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk regions, Republics of Karelia and Komi, Yamalo-Nenets, Taimyr, Chukotka and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrugs and also Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

Peoples of extreme North play a special part in the fate of humankind. This place concentrates the richest energetic, biologic and mineral sources.

The authors of discovery are Uliana Vinokurova, candidate of psychological sciences, doctor of sociological sciences, head of the Center for Circumpolar civilization of the Arctic Institute of Arts and Culture and Yuriy Yakovets, the doctor of economic sciences, president of Pitirim Sorokin/Nikolai Kondratieff International Institute.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Yakutia Russian Science    

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