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Subject: Re: Too funny to be true: "Lee" (etc) posts the exact same site that
he humiliated himself with before!
From: JTEM <jte...@gmail.com>
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Check this out. The Lee/Rich/Steve/Larry/etc
psycho dishonestly cherry picks the following:
Sick fuck, Lee Olsen <paleoc...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> And you can't read:http://www.scseagrant.org/Content/?cid=3D139
> "The problem with the boat-migration model, says David Meltzer,
> an anthropologist at Southern Methodist University, is that
> boats do not exist in the archaeological record that far back.
> =93We lack any evidence of boats until the mid-Holocene times
> (5,000 to 6,000 years ago)
But a little further down WITHIN THE EXACT SAME SITE
we find this contradiction:
: Maritime people did have boats off the North American
: West Coast at least 13,000 years ago=97or about the
: same time as Clovis people arrived. Archaeologists
: have excavated shell middens dated to 12,000 to
: 13,000 years old in the Channel Islands off California,
: which could have only been reached by boat from the
: mainland. The oldest human bones=97a woman=92s=97
: found in North America, excavated in the Channel
: Islands, are about 13,000 years old
So he's making a claim that his own site destroys.
Worse, much worse is the fact that the cite talks about
much, much, much, much, much earlier evidence for
boats everywhere from Japan to Australia. His cite
supports boats. His cite concludes that boats had been
around for a very, very long time before the first
settlers to the America's arrived. And, as i quote above,
his cite absolute-positively confirms that boats where in
use in the Americas at least 13,000 years ago.
....and yet he repeatedly (even habitually) posted a
cherry-picked quote saying that there is no evidence of
boats until 6,000 years ago. It's a quote that the cite he
lifted it from refutes, but he doesn't care.
Some people are mentally ill, and the Lee/etc sick fuck
is amongst the worst... and the stupidest.