posted on 08/03/2006 10:34:55 AM PDT
posted on 08/03/2006 10:35:26 AM PDT
Oh, thought they were found on campus, perhaps exposed by erosion along the bank of the Cam.
posted on 08/03/2006 10:37:00 AM PDT
(Repeal the law of the excluded middle)
Cambridge scholar makes rare 30,000-year-old find
Helen Thomas' birthplace?
posted on 08/03/2006 10:38:45 AM PDT
(Qwerty ergo typo : I type, therefore I misspelll.)
posted on 08/03/2006 10:50:57 AM PDT
("An armed society is a polite society" Robert A. Heinlein)
To: blam; FairOpinion; StayAt HomeMother; Ernest_at_the_Beach; 24Karet; 3AngelaD; ...
posted on 08/03/2006 10:55:45 AM PDT
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The lines are probably the results of chance - scratches produced by earthquake movements over thousands of years.
posted on 08/03/2006 12:38:23 PM PDT
At 30,000 years old, wouldn't these most likely be the work of homo erectus, rather than "our ancestors?"
Parallel lines are universally a form of recorded counting, aren't they?
posted on 08/03/2006 1:21:15 PM PDT
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