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15 years ago
Susan Doris
16861. Re: Knee
KW It's not (as far as I know) a programme you can find on the internet for instance, but I'll phone my friend today and ask her if she still has her list of instructions. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
From what I have heard - from an archaeologist nephew I see occasionally and friends who have visited - they were, as you say, 'improved' natural features where things were stored and where people went for refuge, but only for brief periods. I'll try to find out more. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Andy Yes, thank you - as usual, very interesting. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
dEb I hope you haven't gone back through to find the comment! I just thought it was a question which would fit in at this point. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
This is probably a daft question, but why didn't the human race die out because of cumulative defects caused by in-breeding?
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
16866. Re: Knee
Off topic, but I have several friends who have had knee replacements and the ones who have done best are those who have followed physios' exercise régimes. Good luck.
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
16867. Re: Dates
Yes, I thought it was well argued when I read it quite a few years ago.
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
16868. Re: Dates
I do not know anything about the substance scientifically, but there are quite a few references to manna in 'Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark' by Laurence Gardner, which you might find interesting. (I have to say I am somewhat sceptical about it, though!) Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
I like your point one! Seriously though, I have wondered why the drawings are in such inner caves. Perhaps it was to make sure someone else didn't come and spoil them. Do you have an answer/suggestion for this? And I am of course decidedly on the non-Et side. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
How lovely to have done such a trip and to have all those pictures in your head. I read about the mummies a while ago, butI did not know that they were from a buried caravan. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
It would seem that this Mystery Board is not going to run out of mysteries for a long time - very interesting. Before the world population bottleneck, about which I've been reading this week, the actual number of years that it took for modern humans to develop ... I was going to say, 'I think doesn't matter', but of course it is very important. Although I should think the sequence of events was a
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Having watched the BBC2 Horizon programme the other day about the jewel from the Tutankhamen treasure made from the glass in the Sahara, I would imagine the cause of the glass you mention is probably very similar, i.e. a meteor blast above the earth's surface. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
In 1963 I visited Cairo and went into the pyramid with a guided tour; I remember our group had to pause on one side of the Grand Gallery while the previous group went down the other side. I am interested to know what sort of passage you had to go down to see the lower chamber; was it large enough to move easily in, or difficult to get through? Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Do you think the fish were contaminated when the neanderthals were around? It does seem very strange that since they would have needed water to drink that they didn't eat the fish in the water.
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Flavio Thank you for satisfying my curiosity! I had realised of course that English is not your first language; it must be quite tricky working with a computer translator. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
May I ask (just out of curiosity I assure you and NOT in any way expressing any criticism or opinion) why you spell 'arctic' as 'artic'? Is it a translation? Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Very interesting. It just goes to show that the people who make wild claims might be able to fool a few people for a short time, but that's about it. The chances of foolling all of the people even some of the time nowadays are definitely gone. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
I have not been following this thread, nor have I read the article referred to and know only a very little about rocks, but as it appeared at the top of the list again this morning, I thought I would lookand see if there were any new posts that I might be interested in reading. Since joining this site last year, I have always read Archae Solent's posts with interest as it seems to me that if anyo
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Agreed; and the more the creationists open up to the debate with evolutionists' logical reasoning, the better it will be! Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
You mention the mid-Atlantic ridge, so it would seem you have also taken into account the matching east and west outflows on the sea bed? I'm definitely not an expert, but am interested. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Well, no!! but I love the idea of people collecting samples of wood to check for animal DNA. It will, however, be interesting to know what they HAVE found. susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Why was that?
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Andy Yes, I can see that it must be very frustrating for a scientist when you find you are either talking to the converted (of which I'm one) or knowing that the arguments will not persuade others. Your new research sounds very interesting, so I hope we shall hear more about it later on as I always enjoy reading what you have to say. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
I had been thinking the same thing! Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
"It takes more than an ape to become human." Yes, but we did not dscend from apes, but from a common ancestor. "Everything is still subject to change." Sounds logical to me. Reincarnation seems to me more like cell memory, or maybe information gained from that Zero Point Field? Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Could you elaborate a little here please with a few extra sentences? You started with 'Yes', so I did a bit of a double-take and looked back on what I had written which you could have misconstrued, as I didn't think you were of the evolutionst opinion! Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
Dave Agreed. As I was scrolling down to the next message, after reading SunSword's, I was thinking I'd respond to that one in a minute but I see there's no need, as you have expressed it so much better! Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
IanG Rules of conduct of some sort (put together always by people - no deity involved) must always have been necessary for successful growth and development. I think though that if the laws were, in some impossible Utopia, obeyed by all, then it would not be very long before someone would stir things up a bit, as life became rather dull! This would then stimulate further inventiveness and re-eva
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
There was a book I read recently called 'The Mummy Congress' by Heather Pringle. It was the report of a conference in South America where the world's experts in this field gather. There was much information in it which might be helpful. Susan
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15 years ago
Susan Doris
T'Bird Re post of 19th: Very interesting summary of events, thank you. Yes, I suppose discarding ALL speculation was a bit difficult, and only a time travel trip will dot all the i's and cross all the t's, but the discussion has put quite a few pieces in the jigsaw. Susan
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