Monthly Archives: November 2018

Salt and economic/human management: China compared to Mexico

The evolution of humans who had a nomadic life prior to the settling of China, as we know it today, can be noted in landmark prehistoric fossil discoveries: ‘Yuanmou Man’ who lived 1.7 million years ago in today’s Yunnan Province, … Continue reading

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Salt, Sulphates and Survival: Living things

Salt (sodium chloride or halite), for details of the chemistry of Salt see https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_(chemistry), has been the focus of human interest for thousands of years. It has been much sought after and traded since humans first realised its value. But … Continue reading

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Teotihuacan in Mexico compared to Roman Kingdom in Italy: Part Two

Little is certain about the Roman kingdom’s history, as no records and few inscriptions from the time of the kings survive and we find a similar lack of written history for Teotihuacan.  As small groups of hunter gatherers, 12 to … Continue reading

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