Date: May 16, 2018 02:12PM
Richard actually "schooled" me on when bow and arrow technology arrived in this hemisphere; I'd mistakenly referred to a piece by a Native American who claimed they'd "always had them," and clearly they hadn't.
I'm doing a lot research on many of these "tangential issues," as well as winding up in other forums that provide a "useful outlet" for my road rage.
Honest, Richard, I invited another "archaeologist"* on YouTube to debate you after he claimed that Clovis Points were used as arrowheads...
I took the ol' poiice interceptor through the car wash to get rid of the evidence after I grazed him and ran over his foot; we'll have to see if he does a "zombie impersonation."
*Well, he claimed to be an archaeologist on YouTube, but I'm having my doubts... He was also part of the "Solutrean Silliness" crowd, but I told him even Stanford himself wouldn't support that nonsense about Clovis-points-as-arrowheads crap...
Here you go, Richard: I've been sitting on this one for a couple of years now and trying to determine the implications. Another board friend sent me more on the same subject. Be careful drinking that water...http://heritagesciencejournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/2050-7445-1-24
Meanwhile Waters and Stafford are trying to make some C-14 claims about "Clovis artifacts" they insist are "pre-Clovis."
Recalling a conversation between Will Bagley and Jesus Smith where JS complained about "too much politics in academia" (he has PhD in physics) and Will hollered, "It's all politics."