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Re: The Summers Theory: The General Basics
Would someone be kind enough to clarify the "cast of characters" here?
Who is "Summers?" I've not seen any information about this "being"
other than in the name of the theory?
Who is is Brittany Fredericks? Is this person's gender indeed female? Is
there any specific information on this individual's actual credentials?
Is there an actual publisher for this project? Is it a mainstream
publisher? Or is this a vanity press undertaking?
Stephen Faust wrote:
> Take care, gentlemen. Summers may not have a valid theory. I don't know.
> I have not read her book and I'm not a paleontologist. But, bet she's a
> pretty savey lady that will ( has ) already taken her idea to the bank
> and will improve her bank account on a sequel. Ever heard of Daniken? If
> you have visited Central America and know something of anthropology, you
> also know Daniken's book was a crock, but he really cashed in on it. Bet
> he has more toys than the rest of us put together. Would also stake 6
> months salary on a wager that Summers publisher provided some rationale for
> her being called a paleontologist. It wasn't her idea. The publisher
> wanted to enhance her credibility and gave her an excuse .Believe me, I know
> how these publishers work.Any takers?
> Stephen Faust email@example.com
> On Sun, 29 Jun 1997, Sean Connell wrote:
> > The Frederick Family wrote:
> > >
> > > All right, for those of you interested in my Summers Theory:
> > >
> > > Facts indicate so far that dinosaurs were the first general life on
> > > Earth besides organisms and plants. Now we can probably rule out the
> > > organisms as the base of life at this point, because at a new stage such
> > > as
> > > that all that would have been possible is further organism creation.
> > Wes that part had me rolling on the damned floor :-)
> > Ok.Good. We're finally at the really good stuff..the next word is
> > "relevancy", so it must be good.
> > > relevancy is still there. As basic evidence, humans, when sunburned,
> > > slough off a layer of skin, and grow new skin and lose skin daily at a
> > > molecular level. As for man descending from apes, this is still possible
> > > as-- still possible huh Wes? ;-)
> > > well, except that the apes were not the first rung in sapien evolution.
> > > The
> > > next step in this sequence of theories is my theory on extinction, the
> > > Repercussions Theory, and will be included next time. Please note this
> > Ooooh! I can't wait!
> > >
> > > Brittany Frederick, paleontolgist and author of "The Ancients: Hidden
> > >
> > This guy REALLY pisses me off!"paleontolgist" my ass.If he hadn't said
> > that so much I wouldn't have a problem with him being on this list.I
> > would see him as someone who had an interest and was just starting to
> > pursue it, but to go around telling people that he's a paleontologist
> > and putting it on a damned book is too much.Well Wes that's my rant.
> > :-) Take care, Sean C.
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