> This speaks to my understanding of GTs
> "Göbekli Tepe was built by hunter-gatherers,
> apparently before the Agricultural Revolution when
> fully permanent settlements came into being with
> plant cultivation and animal herding. Rather than
> architecture being the product of organised
> societies, as has long been thought, there is new
> thinking that, in fact, it may have been the
> organisation needed to build on such a scale that
> helped usher in agriculture and settled society."
> One implication, I think, is that the hunters had
> significant tech, and that GT speaks to thay in a
> big way.
> That may explain why civilization rose so quickly
> once they discovered agriculture. They were
> already VERY well organized.
> Just a thought.
Nexus?! THAT! is your inspiration for :
... so it is time for the orthos to adjust their party line yarn
Let's correct the grammar, into A'strine without changing the meaning!?  are additions
Moved one word no change in meaning but much clearer!
1. " Apparently, Göbekli Tepe was built by hunter-gatherers, [however, maybe, possibly ] before the Agricultural Revolution when fully permanent settlements came into being with plant cultivation and animal herding.
Apparently, I have no idea ! Just, what I heard ,something like, what GH said.
2. "As has long been thought, there is new thinking that, in fact [ obviously we have not a clue!],[that] rather than architecture being the product of organised societies, it may have been the organisation needed to build on such a scale that helped usher in agriculture and settled society."
Really , our intrepid reporter , goes on"
Some of the earliest domesticated wheat was found in the area and the Göbekli Tepe stones feature depictions of dogs—the first animal to be domesticated by humans.
Göbekli Tepe was built by hunter-gatherers, apparently before the Agricultural Revolution
Again! Just reverse or try to SEE the deception! Of saying anything really except excite then in some sort of fantasy?
Nexus says it is a domesticated Dog! Dr martin Sweatman swears it is a fox representing a portion of a ancient regarded constellation?
Maybe some date stamp for which month it was manufactured and certified complete? You can make all sort of stuff up. So long as they are based on speculative assumptions TAKEN or assumed to be 100% correct.
But, based on his select choice of variables and based on his speculative assumptions, then if that is all correct, THEN he can claim he is certain 1 in 100 million he is wrong.
But doesn't know what the wavy WMWM type lines mean, or lots of other carvings that he left OUT of his statistical wizardry to come up with:
Well' if my guesses are right, then absolutely , mathematically , I am right!
Do please keep up, we are authoritatively told from the outset that only "peer reviewed" stuff is worthy !
( of anything really)
So long, as it is a peer reviewed journal, that publishes absolute crap!
LOLZ ,LOLZ! (excitement)
I forgot to tell you too look for the little flying pig at base of, but front paws of the fox/dog?
Then, see the long necked bloke, looking up 45 NW at the flying pig!
faaaaarkin ! amazing!
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14-Aug-19 05:03 by Corpuscles.