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1 posted on 09/15/2008 4:21:39 PM PDT by Fred Nerks
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To: Fred Nerks

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2 posted on 09/15/2008 4:23:46 PM PDT by Raycpa
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To: SunkenCiv

Sahara graves ping

3 posted on 09/15/2008 4:26:17 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (FAIR DINKUM)
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To: Fred Nerks

Did you notice the teeth? All straight and perfect with no decay, none missing.

4 posted on 09/15/2008 4:30:49 PM PDT by count-your-change (you don't have to be brilliant, not being stupid is enough.)
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To: Fred Nerks
Stone Age people who lived there when the desert was green.

What???!!! The Saraha desert was once GREEN??

I guess driving around in their stone age SUVs made their climate change! Oh when will we learn...

5 posted on 09/15/2008 4:35:28 PM PDT by meowmeow (In Loving Memory of Our Dear Viking Kitty (1987-2006))
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To: Fred Nerks
Damn you Global Warming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

11 posted on 09/15/2008 5:41:17 PM PDT by VeniVidiVici (Amazing how Obama, Rangel, Biden and Dodd all got killer mortgage rates and below cost property.)
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To: blam

You’re needed here!

21 posted on 09/15/2008 7:32:59 PM PDT by 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
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Already posted, but I may just ping it again ‘coz it’s interesting.

Scientists Explore Lakefront Property, in the Sahara
The New York Times | January 27, 2004 | BRENDA FOWLER
Posted on 02/01/2004 1:36:28 PM PST by sarcasm

[snip] someone on the team, led by Dr. Paul Sereno of the University of Chicago, spotted something dark against the tawny dunes... In search of pieces of the 110-million-year-old Cretaceous puzzle, Dr. Sereno’s team had found what archaeologists in Niger say is a large Neolithic, or Stone Age, burial and settlement site tentatively dated at 5,000 years old. [end]

Stone Age Cemetery, Artifacts Un Earthed In Sahara
National Geographic | Brian Hanwerk
Posted on 10/23/2005 4:56:10 PM PDT by blam

[snip] Archaeologists have excavated a trove of Stone Age human skeletons and artifacts on the shores of an ancient lake in the Sahara... “They were living on a diet rich in catfish, mollusks, and shells,” said Paul Sereno, a University of Chicago paleontologist and National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence... “’There are whole human skeletons just over there,’ [Hettwer] said, pointing to a low ridge,” Sereno wrote in a 2000 online dispatch from the field. “Our jaws dropped as we tiptoed among skeletons that were buried thousands of years ago. Around the neck of one, we found a series of beads — the outline of a necklace!” In 2003 Sereno returned to map the site and stopped counting at 173 skeletons, which easily made it the largest New Stone Age cemetery ever found in the Sahara. “We saw jewelry on the surface, tools everywhere, the remains of hundreds of people,” Sereno recalled. “I knew that I had to help an archaeological team get a footing out there.” [end]

US scientists find stone age burial ground in Sahara
AFP | Aug 14, 2008 | Jean-Louis Santini
Posted on 08/14/2008 12:40:47 PM PDT by decimon

Graves Found From Sahara’s Green Period
Posted on 08/15/2008 1:06:10 AM PDT by TigerLikesRooster


Prehistoric Desert Town Found In Western Sahara (15,000 Years Old)
Reuters | 8-19-2004 | Reuters
Posted on 08/20/2004 9:10:09 AM PDT by blam

Scientists Find Fossil Proof Of Egypt’s Ancient Climate
Washington University At St Louis | 2-2-2005 | Tony Fitzpatrick
Posted on 02/03/2005 11:54:52 PM EST by blam

Ancient lakes of the Sahara
Innovations Report | Jan 19, 2006 | University of Reading
Posted on 01/21/2006 7:14:03 AM EST by Tyche

Sahara Desert Was Once Lush and Populated
LiveScience | 20 July 2006 | Bjorn Carey
Posted on 07/20/2006 3:55:53 PM PDT by Marius3188

Exodus From Drying Sahara Gave Rise to Pharaohs, Study Says
National Geographic News | July 20, 2006 | Sean Markey (no funky bunch)
Posted on 07/22/2006 6:34:42 PM PDT by SunkenCiv

Ruins of 7,000-year-old city found in Egypt oasis
Source: ABC (Australia) | January 30, 2008 - 9:47AM | U/A
Posted on 01/29/2008 9:36:38 PM PST by Fred Nerks

Egypt’s Earliest Agricultural Settlement Unearthed
Science Daily | 2-15-2008 | University of California - Los Angeles
Posted on 02/15/2008 2:27:15 PM PST by blam

The Tassili n’Ajjer [Algeria] : birthplace of ancient Egypt ?
Journal 3 | 04-05-08 | Phillip Coppens
Posted on 04/05/2008 4:08:59 PM PDT by Renfield

Sahara dried out slowly, not abruptly: study
Reuters | Thu May 8, 2008 2:10pm EDT | Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent
Posted on 05/08/2008 2:12:41 PM PDT by suthener

Once Lush Sahara Dried Up Over Millennia, Study Says
National Geographic News | 5-8-2008 | James Owen
Posted on 05/08/2008 7:08:12 PM PDT by blam


Adventurer crosses sands that conquered a king
The Times Online | Jan 28, 2006 | Martin Penner
Posted on 01/27/2006 11:33:56 PM PST by Tyche

Egyptologists’ palm nearly extinct.
newscientist | 3 6
Posted on 06/06/2006 8:53:33 AM PDT by S0122017

Dying Trade Of The Sahara Camel Trade
BBC | 10-22-2006 | John Pilkington
Posted on 10/22/2006 3:19:43 PM PDT by blam

In Search Of The Lost Sahara | 5-15-2008
Posted on 05/18/2008 7:00:06 PM PDT by blam

UN vandals spray graffiti on Sahara’s prehistoric art
Times Online (UK) | January 31 2008 | Dalya Alberge
Posted on 01/31/2008 3:47:29 AM PST by knighthawk

22 posted on 09/15/2008 9:58:46 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ( hasn't been updated since Friday, May 30, 2008)
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Thanks Fred Nerks. It's a bit of a repeat, but I'm pinging it anyway. :')

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23 posted on 09/15/2008 9:59:45 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ( hasn't been updated since Friday, May 30, 2008)
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To: Fred Nerks

and the race was?

27 posted on 09/15/2008 10:36:54 PM PDT by wardaddy (I want to be David Duchovny's character on Californication for just one week)
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42 posted on 09/16/2008 3:34:57 AM PDT by steelyourfaith
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