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October 16, 2019, 12:22 pm UTC    
June 15, 2019 05:17PM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> Lee Olsen Wrote:
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> > > > I'm sure that all subsequent
> discussion
> > will be of
> > > constructive and dignified nature.
> >
> > I'm just as sure it won't.
> >
> > But while we are waiting for that to happen:
> > "Just.
> >
> > Produce.
> >
> > Some.
> >
> > Evidence." Andy White.
>
> Evidence has been produced, evidence has been
> ignored.

Evidence for broken rock is not evidence for a hominin breaking rock. That's the difference between those who can break a femur in the middle and those who can't duplicate breaking femur heads, let alone produce the results of:
[news.nationalgeographic.com]
"Can the researchers do anything else to back up their claim?
Yes. Deméré and his colleagues are currently examining the stone tools from the site for protein residues. If they really were used to smash the mastodon bone, microscopic bits of mastodon likely would have been ground into the rocks’ nooks and crannies."

Then there are those who don't read references given and can't figure out how a single tusk can get upright without hominin intervention. They want the homework repeated for them twice.
But that's quite alright, Dr. Demere can't figure it out either.

Here is a big clue: Remember Dr. Jeffery Saunders and the paper I sent you on the dogs of Clovis? [www.direwolfproject.com]

Nothing about upright tusks in that particular paper, but his other published work includes hard EVIDENCE for tying mastodon traits, with mammoth traits, together with modern elephant traits is worth reading if you want tusk evidence data, of course it might cost a trip to the library or the purchase of a $39.95 online paper. Repeating a question over and over like it's evidence for something, while ignoring the obvious is just like saying we are doing protein tests and saying we are in the field looking for more sites and then not reporting, or keeping the public and other scientists up to date on the findings. Well, ZERO is an embarrassing number to report anything on.




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Evaluating claims for an early peopling of the Americas: experimental design and the Cerutti Mastodon site

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Rick Baudé June 15, 2019 06:36PM

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Rick Baudé June 15, 2019 06:56PM

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Lee Olsen June 26, 2019 09:42PM

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Rick Baudé June 26, 2019 09:46PM

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Lee Olsen July 03, 2019 09:52AM

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