> Sitchin has re-interpreted existing translations,
> ergo it is not possible that anyone before this could have
> agreed or disagreed with him and other than Heiser no scholar
> since has taken on the task. This is not to say Sitchin is
> right, as I have made clear, but to say that every other
> Semitic language scholar of the last 120yrs "disagrees" with
> Sitchin is dishonest as the fact is only one has bothered to
> look at his work.
Not quite. Others have as well, including Piotr Michalowski (incidentally a contributor to the Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature - see my previous post), who repeatedly uses terms such as 'nonsense' and 'rubbish' to describe Sitchin's work.