posted on Apr, 11 2013 @ 10:52 AM
A fellow teacher! Wonderful!
I teach first grade, a huge difference from high school. You've got my respect for that. I completely understand the challenges and frustrations.
It seems you're very familiar with the items mentioned in these threads. Do you have any books or articles you could recommend that explore the
question of OOPARTS objectively? Objectively is going to be the key word here.
Not really. I've been checking into it for quite some time.
There used to be a great pseudoscience link page at theantiquityofman.com
- a site about a book of the same name.
has quite a bit of info on pseudoscientific claims as well.
You could also try Doug's Archaeology Site.
That site has been hijacked and you'll be redirected. But, if you have a quick mouse hand, you
can stop the site before it redirects (LOL.) Doug Weller is a member here and a mod at The Hall of Maat
, which, come to think of it, is
another great place to find answers - (there are a lot of papers posted there if you're intimidated by the anthropologists and archaeologists that
Lastly, go to Larry Orcutt's excellent Catchpenny Mysteries of Ancient Egypt.
Larry Orcutt is one of the nicest guys on the internet, IMO,
he is definitely a fine fellow indeed.
(I told him I'd promote his site if he let me use a pic from there in the old tinwiki that used to be at ATS - I wrote the article about dating the
sphinx - and, no, I don't mean my wife!)
I'm at work and don't have time to link you. But use google on those underlined things above - you'll find them.