posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 12:46 PM
reply to post by Harte
what happened to the artifacts?
Why do you think something happened to them?
it's just amazing to me how people can be so laissez-fare over things like this. You sound as though you guys accept your glass ceiling and are
content studying the things you are allowed to study. Personally I believe many in the field would not want to hear a date at Hueytlaco because it
makes archeology look bad for being so confident they are the authority on a subject when it's obvious they haven't a clue. And it's why they make
fun of ancient alien theories.
You have a skewed view of archaeology.
How "bad" did archaeology look when Pre-Clovis was confirmed?
How "bad" did Archaeology look when Gobekli Tepe was discovered?
How "bad" did Archaeology look when Akrotiri was discovered?
How "bad" did Archaeology look when Sumer was discovered?
All the above discoveries were made by Archaeologists - except Gobekli Tepe, which was discovered accidentally because the tip of a single stone was
protruding from the side of a hill.