brain sizes: Einstein's and women's: pop quiz

Bob LeChevalier lojbab at
Wed Aug 21 07:30:49 EST 2002

"John Knight" <jwknight at> wrote:
>durn, Joseph, you'd think if your grandparents were from Hungary, that at
>least you'd know that the Mongolians didn't even get there until the 1200s
>or later,

Attila the Hun was a good deal earlier than 1200.  Like around 500.
The Magyars were a little later, but also before 1000 AD

>which was 2,000 years or more after the Israelites got there, and
>that after they left 

Where did you get the idea that they had left?  Europe is mostly
populated by the barbarians from the east who moved here, took over,
raped or married the natives depending on how willing they were, and
then settled down.  The Goths, Visigoths, Magyars, Huns, Bulgars,
Finns, and yes the Germanii, all originally came from the Asian
steppes. And the Celts who were conquered had been here before your
so-called "Israelites" could have come.

>there wasn't much genealogical evidence that they'd ever been there.
>Not even DNA experts today can locate a Mongolian gene in the Hungarian race.

Another piece of garbage pulled out of your strange orifice.  

>This was on the Phil Donahue Show.  Is that not "independent" enough?

Talk shows are as much fantasy as your web site.


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