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September 26, 2018 09:43PM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> > > Nothing about femur heads or teeth.
> >
> > That's because there is more than just an
> > abstract. Did you, or didn't you, see the
> video in
> > Nature using cow and elephant *FEMURS*?
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> No I didn't. Got a link and I'll watch it.

Sure, just as soon as I see the "couple of pix" you sent to the museum (and they stay put without doing a disappearing act). Glad to help out.

And as an added bonus, all the links to the better hypothesis for the upright femur will appear also.

> >
> > Quote, cut and paste from Nature (2017):
> > "which contained portions of molars, long
> bones,
> > and ribs (Concentration 1; Fig. 1). Of
> special
> > note was the discovery of both femur heads
> > side-by-side,..."
> >
> > More diversions and misinformation, thanks.
>
> What were the diversions and misinformation? Oh
> there weren't any.

Rick Baude asserted:
> > > Nothing about femur heads or teeth.

Which of course contradicts Nature (2017). You don't know what's in the paper, so you just make up imaginary claims as you see fit?

Not very scientific for a science forum.


> >
> > Do the smash test challenge (for those not
> faint
> > of heart):
> > Here is a start:
>
> What do dog bones have to do with anything?

A cow femur was good enough for the Cerutti team. Are you saying they didn't know what they were doing?

IMO, they knew how to smash the femur shaft to get at the marrow using bi-polar monkey technology, but splitting a cow or an elephant round femur head twice...I'll believe that video when I see it.





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> Rick Baudé.


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An Analysis of the Cerutti Mastodon Femur

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Re: Academia.edu paper has been pulled down.

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