Tiompan wrote:Yet another data free and non response to the multiple problems and errors . At least there was no dreamt up nonsense for a change but there was another fine self contradictory comment .
"After I have figured out what the most likely alignments are,I'll start to distribute that information."
When only a couple of days ago you admitted " I can no longer do ancient alignments"
You were obviously closer with the earlier comment as yet another errorful comments highlight.
“If you bothers to notice, the alignments were to Comet Giacobini Zimmer. “ ,which showed that you did'n't know what direction to look in and don't have a clue about what part of the sky where the comet is observed and even what might might constitute an alignment .
Do you not realise that the bile and ignorance is so obvious to anyone reading this ? , and it simply gets worse the more you attempt to wriggle out of the errors .
Guaranteed what ever your response will be , it will not cover the erorrs or admit to them and the content will simply be more bile and non sequitors .
circumspice wrote:Is any of this necessary? The flame fest fizzled out long ago. All I see is repetitious verbal posturing. (with an astonishing amount of spelling errors for purportedly educated adults...) How about having pity on your captive audience, call it a draw & stfu. Deal?
E.P. Grondine wrote:Eric Clines' critique:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakil ... -the-gods/
"Andrew Collins’ book Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods, reviewed by archaeologist Eric Cline, deals with the Neolithic site in Turkey that Collins tries to connect to the biblical Garden of Eden by treating the Bible as incontrovertible fact."
That would be a change for Collins, as he never did that before.
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