[Ansteorra] Inca's in Norway???
wyvillmike at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 13 09:59:10 PDT 2007
Furthermore, I think that in light of the fact that only one such
abnormality in of all the excavations they have done would point to an
outside source. Genetic mutation would have been spread even if dormant.
Engenulf de Vienville
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>To: "Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc." <ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] Inca's in Norway???
>Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 09:31:41 -0500
>The paper was reporting a theory, and as it stands the theory is not
>beyond the realm of possibility.
>And I don't think that the 'reasonable' comment is appropriate either.
>To my mind that is just as presumptuous as you are accusing them of being.
>A LOT of today's hard facts were at one point laughed at when they were
>in the theory stages years back. Just so long as no one tries to teach
>*this* as fact prematurely, I don't believe the charge of
>Lord Ivo Blackhawk
> > It's sensation, not science.
> > Body X, found in Scandinavia, has a particular deformation of the
> > skeleton.
> > Bodies A-W, found in South America, have until now been the only
> > bodies in which that particular deformation has been seen.
> > The journalist concludes that Body X must be from South America.
> > A _reasonable_ person would conclude that the cause of the deformation
> > may be more widespread than previously known, or that Body X had the
> > same deformation as a result of a mutation or disease which was unique
> > to Body X in the Scandinavian population.
> > If Bodies 1-25, also found in Scandinavia, exhibit the same skeletal
> > deformation, _then_ it becomes a much more interesting problem, but
> > so far there's only Body X, from which the journalist generalizes.
> > It is unwise to generalize from a single instance.
> > The journalist is in the business of whipping up circulation, which he
> > does by shouting "Zebra!" and pointing, every time he hears hoofbeats.
> > I'm more likely to look at the source, say "Horses again", and go back
> > to whatever I was doing.
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