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Re: A Chadronian Idyll
Question: Due to many situations in my life, I was
unable to try to read the article on South Dakota and
paleontology until today. Could someone please
summarize it for me?
Brent : )
--- James Popwell <email@example.com> wrote:
> Very interesting article. Part of me is furious that
> scientifically valuable may be lost, but at the same
> time I can't blame the
> natives for being stubborn. Payback is hell. There's
> a great book by Greg
> Bear, "Darwin's Radio", that has this sort of thing
> in it, plus punctuated
> equlibrium, perfectly preserved Neandertal remains
> showing a "speciation
> event", a virus that threatens human survival, etc.
> Highly recommend it.
> Couldn't help but notice the name Vine Deloria in
> the article. Also the
> author of "Red Earth, White Lies: Native Americans
> and the Myth of
> Scientific Fact", a creationist, Ted Holden
> favorite. The book tried to
> debunk the theories of the peopling of North America
> via the Bering Strait
> and the overkill of megafauna by natives.
> My apologies for the off topic post.
> Greg Popwell
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <Danvarner@aol.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Monday, August 05, 2002 11:09 AM
> Subject: A Chadronian Idyll
> > Paleontology in South Dakota can become
> complicated. More bones of
> > contention at:
> > DV
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