EDITORIAL: Archaeological discovery by Baylor, others is 'nail in...
The startling discovery of the oldest known human habitation in the Americas 50 miles southwest of Waco not only puts Baylor University in the forefront of archaeological research but Central Texas at the crossroads of a grand narrative of how the Americas were peopled.
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#1 Mar 27, 2011
Has Topix Archaeology become a sales vehicle for the fucking Waco Tribune-Herald? Why doesn't roboblogger do us all a favor and edit out pay sites? This particular site has been coming up more and more over the last few months. We're getting lots of the same info from free sites anyway. And by the way, how did roboblogger miss the long article in the New York Times by John Noble Wilford about the above topic? I mean roboblogger gets plenty of stuff from the The Completely Bogus Albanian Intelligencer Gazette and the Sioux City I Can Spel Weekly. And these are very interesting articles in their own ways -- often more interesting about the author and his woodchuck milieu than about the stated subject, and that's lots of fun. So go roboblogger go. But spare us the pay per view articles.
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