I think we've covered this before.
Discussion of this recently in “Archaeology” magazine, I think. I’m very fond of potatoes and quinoa.
Oh B.S. The world is only 6000 years old, how can anyone believe this story?
Thanks Blam. I think you're right about having covered it before, but hey, the researchers on the topic are obviously out standing in their field.
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Yeah. It's funny how a species that walks slowly, and speaks thousands of different mutually incompressible languages can abruptly and simultaneously "discover" agriculture world wide...
This also tends to invalidate Jared Diamond's Guns, Germs and Steel thesis.
Squash grown 10,000 years ago in Peru
Yahoo | Thu Jun 28, 6:09 PM ET | by Randolph E. Schmid, AP Science Writer
Posted on 06/28/2007 9:39:04 PM EDT by Fred Nerks
Trying To Fathom Farming’s Origins
The Columbus Dispatch | 8-14-2007 | Bradley T Lepper
Posted on 08/15/2007 1:42:04 PM EDT by blam
What is your opinion of Diamond’s “Guns germs and steel?”