> She's contributing to "Lost City, Found Pyramid:
> Understanding Alternative Archaeologies and
> Pseudoscientific Practices," apparently
> o]to be published this July[/url] (Pg 5).
And what does this have to do with the physical evidence at the site?
I would say she has absolutely no understanding of alternative archaeology.
> She would not have been awarded a PhD from
> Cambridge if all she had written was a "biased
So you could also say that Osmanagic wouldn't have been awarded a PhD if his thesis was bs.
Your snobbishness is showing.
If you are going to try to shoot down a crew excavating at the Bosnian ruins, I suggest you use something other than a pea shooter.
> This is a description of the Master's thesis that
> she wrote before the doctoral thesis -
> ritage-the.html]Addressing Invented Heritage: the
> Case of the Bosnian Pyramids.[/url]
Why would anyone be interested in a gossiping blogger's description of a thesis. Those looking for data will go to the source and no data is given in your link. It is just a bloggers opinion and I can form my own opinion by reading the thesis myself. But if you feel you need her opinion, stick with the blogger. But there are much more intelligent opinions to be read.
> The subject of the thesis was the role of
> performance and associated concepts in persuading
> people to accept pseudoarchaeological ideas.
Now that seems to be a rather skewed interpretation. "Accept pseudoarchaeological ideas"?
You're kidding. The word "pseudoarchaeological" automatically invalidates an alternative view. Like I said, she has an extremely bigoted view of the Bosnian digs and contributes nothing to this thread as far as real data.
> -pyramids.html]This article,[/url] OTOH, contains
> some basic discussion of the geology of Visoko,
> and provides evidence to counter the BPF's claims
> of very ancient man-made pyramids in the area.
You can stop linking to that nauseating blogger. If I want to see a soap opera I'll turn on the tele. If I want real data I'll look for real papers. It's called a 'source', not a blog.
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