"I think Tom needs to go back to 7th grade and relearn the scientific method. TNT, I agree with most of what you stated but I do think the story of Bruno is something most people don't know but should. His is a story that show why it is so…"
"I was introduced to plate tectonics in the late 1960s or early 1970s and was fascinated by the idea. I explained it to my Dad, born in 1908, and he just made fun of the idea and the "education" I was getting. Now we face the early stages…"
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"Anatomically modern Homo sapiens date back to between 150k and 200kya. Behaviorally modern goes back about 60k to 70kya, roughly the time of emergence from the Toba bottleneck. Boat building is considered to be behaviorally modern, and since 130kya…"
"What journal has the evidence and research for this hypothesis been presented. I could be wrong but, the Boston Harold does not strike me as a source for cutting edge science albeit fringe. Besides the article has been archived."
"Dimensional that is. I must also disagree with you and Richard Dawkins if memory serves, (a rare thing indeed), extreme improbability does not correlate with non-existence, it only exhibits very unlikely prospects."