genetic facts [was: Ashby, botanical facts
yuku at globalserve.net
Sun Oct 25 10:33:43 EST 1998
Doug Weller (dweller at ramtops.demon.co.uk) wrote on Fri, 23 Oct 1998 19:25:02 +0100:
: In article <70q64i$hnp$1 at whisper.globalserve.net>, on 23 Oct 1998 15:08:02
: GMT, yuku at globalserve.net said...
: > Wakie-wakie, Doug!
: > You've been asleep all this time, I suppose, and never heard about any of
: > this before? For a big Archaeological Know-It-All, you sure seem pretty
: > clued out...
: That doesn't look like you saying Heyerdahl accepts an Asian derivation
: for Polynesians, unless you include the Hittites as Asians.
Doug, the Big Archaeological Know-It-All, is not aware of the fact that
Hittites were based primarily in Asia Minor? Gimme a break...
And this is the guy who never tires of lecturing everybody about how many
books about archaeology he has read???
Now, to be sure, myself, I do not endorse the view of Heyerdahl that all
these cultural elements came to S and C America from Asia Minor. Being an
independent inventionist, I think a lot of this stuff was invented
independently in America. So Heyerdahl may have been wrong about this.
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