However, experts believe that there may be other reasons why Swedes are the most likely to seek treatment for STIs – in Sweden it is a legal requirement that people tell any past sexual partners of their diagnosis if they seek treatment.Dr Hilary Jones, medical adviser at Health Express said: ‘With the stringent rules in their country, it may be we are seeing a knock on effect of Swedish people seeking treatment for STIs after they have been told by a partner they are infected.Studies testing only the HVR-1 region of mt DNA also typically fail to deliver unambiguous results.NB : The age of ancient cultures is indicated in 'years before present', abbreviated as 'ybp'.We waste a lot of electricity, too, which means we could save it if we wanted to: the average home in BC uses 11,000 kilowatt hours a year, which more than twice the average in Britain (4,600 kwh) and three times the German average (3,500 kwh).In Victoria, Mark and Rob Bernhardt have demonstrated that a passive home that needs 90% less energy for heat can be built for the same effective price as a conventional home.You will find below the list of all ancient DNA from Europe for which an unambiguous mt DNA or Y-DNA haplogroup has been identified.
Strikingly India ranked at 134 and China at 147 - with Chinese people among the least likely on the planet to volunteer. Immigration from Ireland brought Hiberno-Norman surnames to the island as well.Very few Manx surnames are recorded prior to the arrival of the Stanleys in 1405.Would the transition away from fossil fuels fatally weaken BC’s economy, as some conservative thinkers fear? The solar revolution will soon reach BC, and several regions of the province are blessed with great wind, so there will be no problem filling the gap, even when demand increases to cater for a growing population driving a million electric vehicles. The Burrard Thermal Generating Station in Vancouver, which burns gas, is scheduled for closure, and BC Hydro’s two other smaller gas-fired generators at Prince Rupert and Fort Nelson could be phased out.There is also a 275 MW gas-fired generation plant in Campbell River, owned by Capital Power, which could be phased out when its contract with BC Hydro ends in 2022.