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October 15, 2019, 1:16 am UTC    
June 21, 2019 11:05PM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> As usual you're confused.

Accusations without evidence is opinion.


> Field archeology is
> observational science. You can dig up
> Tutankhamun's tomb exactly once.

So why did Holen go all the way to Africa to do elephant bone-smashing replication experiments?


>Another strawman argument. Of course they know what they're doing

"Tutankhamun's tomb exactly once"??? Maybe you should inform Holen about how misinformed he is using straw man arguments doing bone smashing tests?

> and we'll have to see what they're findings demonstrate.

It takes 26 years to get results of protein residue tests or reproducing two broken femur balls? Or maybe they can't get $370,000 in grants in order to do all the required tests.

You are doing a great job of smearing Holen as a credible archaeologist...do keep up the good work.

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