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Originally posted by iLoGiCViZiOnS
YA........OR just because they are scientists doesn't mean know everything especially regarding carbon dating.
Originally posted by BacknTime
the term "caveman" is made up but often refers to neandertals. In which case the neandertals went extinct about 30.000 years ago because they were big strong meat eaters during the last ice age. In fact we did not really evolve from the neandertal "race" so to speak. So this is quite believable that early homo-sapiens discovered cheese. We werent that dumb
EDIT: unless......it was ALIENS!edit on 13-12-2012 by BacknTime because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by davespanners
Add me to the ATS cheese fan club
Peter Bogucki, an archaeologist at Princeton University in New Jersey, was in the 1980s among the first to suspect that cheese-making might have been afoot in Europe as early as 5,500 bc
I have to wonder what twists and turns your life has to take in order to be an archaeologist that has spent 20-30 years studying ancient cheese, he even has a team