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Re: Maize origins [was re: "Corn" in medieval Europe]
- Subject: Re: Maize origins [was re: "Corn" in medieval Europe]
- From: email@example.com (Yuri Kuchinsky)
- Date: 10 Feb 1997 16:55:47 GMT
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Douglas Weller (email@example.com) wrote:
: On 8 Feb 1997 17:34:10 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Yuri Kuchinsky) wrote:
: >unaided by humans.) The diffusion of the domestic chicken (from Asia to
: >America) is another mystery.
: It's this sort of claim that really upsets people, Yuri. You well know that
: explanations have been offered here. You just don't llike them, but that
: doesn't make it an accepted 'mystery'.
And it's this sort of unreasonable nitpicking that indicates that many
people feel their ideological agendas -- of whatever sort -- are
threatened by the research in this area.
I have made no claims above, Doug. Please reread what I wrote and tell me
exactly what was that "claim" that I made.
Yuri Kuchinsky | "Where there is the Tree of Knowledge, there
-=- | is always Paradise: so say the most ancient
in Toronto | and the most modern serpents." F. Nietzsche
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