Originally posted by constantwonder
Oh harte, I always see you inject your thoughts into these types of threads with nothing but disdain. If you have an opinion why not share it
without acting hoighty.
Do you mean hoity or haughty?
I mean, both do
apply, I was just wondering which you meant.
If you really want an answer to why, please note that I've addressed this Hueyatlaco topic, and in particular Steen-McIntyre's "ruined" career
many times before here and elsewhere. The first thirty (or so) times, my posts contained considerably less hoit.
Had you read properly you would see that I didn't say she discovered Hueyatlaco. I said she was a geologist. . . you know studying the earth
and doing things like dating.
Yes, you did. But the source you quoted (wiki) has more than enough information on that page (or links to other pages) for anyone to see that what
you implied was simply not the case.
And it was you (not wiki) making the claim that her "career was ruined" when, in fact, it was not.
IMO, if she had not been so "hoighty" (as you rightly accuse me of,) her career would be more successful.
After all, she's still presenting on this (40 years later) - an archaeological site - as a geologist.
She should team up with the archaeology team that has been looking into this ever since Mexico opened the site back up. They probably don't want
You seem to make it your goal to act like your opinions are end alls. You do it all over the ancient civ board.
My opinions are not really opinions at all, they are the result of my own research and are by and large factual, not opinion-based.
You, who parrotted the lie about Steen McIntyre's "career" ruination, have little standing to question the "end-all-ness" of my posts.
If you hate everything discussed here so much why even bother?
I am trying to place the facts of a situation into threads concerning that particular situation as near to the bogus posts about the situation as
possible so as to provide source material that the ignorant can consult rather than let them be copmpletely misled by the naivete (or felonius
leanings) of the one who posted the fringe hooey.
I was once myself one of the ignorant, in search of both sides of all these silly tales. As I'm sure you know, it is far more difficult to find the
"mainstream" side of the tale than the "fringe" side - which is copied and pasted all over the internet - mostly on websites about hollow Earth,
planet X, 2012 and Batboy.
It is my hope that I can make it at least a small amount easier for someone that is ignorant (like I was) to, in the future, turn up a balanced view
of, say, the Coso artifact, or the Dropa Stones. Or flash frozen mammoths, or Atlantis, or vimanas, or negroid olmecs, or egyptian helicopters, or
precolumbian airplanes, or pharoah's lightbulbs, or monoatomic powder white gold, or Ramtha, or lemuria, or hollow earth, or crystal skulls, or
Well, you know what I mean.
Though I often wonder why I try. There's not many of us left here at ATS. I'll have to leave soon, or suffer a breakdown caused by the level of
stupidity I endure here in my often vain effort to, at a minimum, make people really think, and, ideally, educate someone.
But, thanks for asking.