brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Zayton zayton at
Tue Sep 3 14:35:21 EST 2002

"John Knight" <jwknight at> wrote in message
news:fN7d9.43272$Ic7.3248514 at
> > Stonehenge existed many centuries before the Druids, John, and the rest
> > your drivel makes no sense, either.
> >
> > Joe
> We have not the slightest idea how long Stonehenge has been there, Joe.

Unlike your made up drivel, the history of stonehenge is well established.
The earth ring began just before 3000 BC, at about 3050BC and was not
complete until well after 3000 BC. A timber ring was added within the
earthworks between 2900 BC and 2600 BC At the completion of the timber ring,
a temporary bluestone double crescent was laid, but later dismanteled. The
version of stonehenge, the remains of which we see today was gradually
constructed over a period of time between 2500 bc and 1500 bc. It is perhaps
the best documented archaeological site in the world.


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