posted on Jan, 11 2003 @ 11:10 PM
FM, vikings forced off Newfoundland, Maine, and other New England state lands. They have found villages that were viking villages. Guess what they
found? Some had dead bodies. Most Indian, rest Vikings. How they tell who who? Skeletal differences between two races. Indians usually more
small, smaller boned, more slope to forhead, so forth. While viking usually bigger, bigger bones, less slope, wider hip bones, so forth. Also
stories of white men in "spirit" boats coming and attacking the Indians. Heck, found viking weapons up in Ontario, along with many Indian weapons.
So, either they were seeing who had the bigger weapon, or were fighting. Also, in viking lands, reports of vikings coming back and telling of being
attacked by the natives who
used arrows and stone axes, so forth. Indian weapons. In Europe they had steel weapons, no need for stone weapons. FM, wrong again. Keep this up,
you'll match truth in how many times you wrong.
Truth score:Wrong 981276345543672189, right 4
FM score:Wrong76125433452167, right 135798