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November 15, 2019, 5:25 pm UTC    
November 03, 2018 07:38PM
Lee Olsen Wrote:
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> Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> > Or those who dismiss, ignore or ridicule the
> > overwhelming evidence that has been published
> in
> > peer review journals.
>
> ...without site reports:

Got any references on how many peer reviewed articles have site reports?
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> Kat: "I know you have made light of Lee's comments
> concerning site reports, you might not want to do
> that anymore because it's just showing how little
> you know of how archaeology operates."

You know how many times you've used Kat's quote? By my count 12. You know what? IT WAS DIRECTED AT DONALD RAAB NOT ME. I DIDN'T EVEN PARTICIPATE ON THAT STRING. Thanks for showing how little you know about doing a search.
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> Thanks for demonstrating how little you know about
> how archaeology operates,

I know how archeology works, you dig holes take notes of the position of everything that you mapped, put the artifacts in a museum warehouse don't let anybody view them, hide the notes somewhere for a hundred years and everybody forgets about it.

not to mention you can't
> refute one word of this evidence:
> "Waters et al. 2011c; Runnings, unpub. thesis
> 1981, cited in
> Waters et al. 2011c), which have not been
> confirmed
> using more recently advanced analytical standards
>
> (e.g., Dominguez-Rodrigo et al. 2010)."
>
> I didn't write that (cited above), it's from a
> peer-reviewed journal, so naturally I can
> understand why laypeople who don't read behind pay
> walls would only have belief for a rebuttal. Kill
> the messenger, eh?

What exactly am I supposed to refute? The doctoral thesis? Peer reviewed journals? Advanced analytical standards?
>
> And the imaginary "ridicule" that you can't
> reference?

Sure I can here it is [www.latimes.com]
> Mammoth Trumpet 2011 Vol 26 (1)
> page 6:
> Waters "well-dated strata are only the
> begining....."
> page 11:
> Waters: "But before we can pass final judgment on
> the site, we need a good site report Jenkins
> agrees...."
> Waters just ridiculed himself with his own words.
> But as we all know, Waters has First Amendment
> rights too!
>
So you cherry picked a couple of quotes,ignore the five pages that seperate them and declare victory.
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