Home of the The Hall of Ma'at on the Internet
Home
Discussion Forums
Papers
Authors

December 8, 2019, 8:48 pm UTC    
November 04, 2018 11:36AM
Lee Olsen Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Rick Baudé Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > Got any references on how many peer reviewed
> > articles
>
> Peer reviewed articles on what, "Re: Oldest Tool
> in America found?)" article?
>
> > have site reports?
>
> That's nonsensical because Science Advances isn't
> a site report as per "we need a good site report"
> and no one said it was that I know of...unless it
> was some layperson.

I never said it was a site report. What I'm saying is there have been hundreds of sites excavated what percent of those that have been excavated have site reports written up and published? I'd say right around zero.
>
> 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...."
>
> We all know that Jenkins has been 'reporting' his
> finds in Science Magazine, so that tells you right
> there he doesn't consider Science a "good" site
> report...unless Waters uses it himself.
> "Look twice at a two-faced man." - Chief Joseph

You lost me on that one still. I have no problems whatsoever with new discoveries being published first in the popular media. Why should we wait for years for something to make it thru the ludicrous peer review process. Just to have it buried behind a paywall? If you find something new report it. If it's right then the discoverer gets the credit they deserve immediately and funding will speed up immeasurable. If it's wrong, watch how fast it will be falsified and the money disappears and the researcher will make sure that they have their facts straight next time. It's Darwin's 'Natural Selection' applied to academia.
>
> So far at Buttermilk we have no DNA, no 14C dates
> (in paper above), no "good" site report like the
> one Waters asked for at Paisley, in fact we still
> are waiting for that "good" site report from
> Jenkins. No corroborating evidence or sites, no
> trail, no nothing.

Again so what? Buttermilk is an open-air site DNA would be degraded promptly. 14C just gives you the age of the artifact that you're measuring and not the site itself. Science 101 No money=Poor/to no results.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>


Subject Author Posted

Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 25, 2018 01:42PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 25, 2018 01:48PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 25, 2018 01:56PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 25, 2018 02:19PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 27, 2018 05:34PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Hermione October 28, 2018 08:01AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 28, 2018 02:07PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 28, 2018 05:09PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 29, 2018 09:05AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 29, 2018 04:30PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 30, 2018 07:24AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 30, 2018 01:15PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 31, 2018 07:17AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Khazar-khum October 31, 2018 10:35AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 01, 2018 07:52AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé November 01, 2018 12:52PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 01, 2018 08:46PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé November 03, 2018 07:38PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 04, 2018 08:53AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé November 04, 2018 11:36AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 04, 2018 12:59PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé November 05, 2018 10:31PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 08, 2018 09:19AM

**Weary Moderation Note**

Hermione November 08, 2018 10:09AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 08, 2018 11:42AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 25, 2018 03:37PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 25, 2018 04:04PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 25, 2018 04:43PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 25, 2018 05:04PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 25, 2018 11:13PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 26, 2018 03:12PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 26, 2018 03:44PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 26, 2018 04:44PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 26, 2018 08:51PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 26, 2018 09:13PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 27, 2018 07:58AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Rick Baudé October 27, 2018 10:21AM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen October 27, 2018 03:54PM

Re: Oldest Tool in America found?

Lee Olsen November 08, 2018 12:52PM



Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.

Click here to login