By Ky Carry
February 11, 2006
Whenever I find jades or basinite in that region I would estimate that 80% to 90% of them fit into about six different tool categories. Good luck with your search, John and I hope you aren't afraid to face the truth no matter what you find or where it leads you. John, I tell you this knowing that the world was flat and everyone knew it 400 years ago and lots of good men were burned at the stake for daring to utter the simple and now self evident truth that the world is round. Archaeology is not so different today and to this day careers are ruined by having the gall and questionable fortune of finding artifacts and truths that challenge the opinions of your peers. Good luck, good hunting, and may the force be with you.
About: Ky Carry writes, "You
ought to have a lot of fun with this. I'll put my "crazy
credentials" out front. I've never been to college, nor
have I had any specialized training in anthropology or lithics
so you don't have to attack my education or educational credentials,
I don't have any. Furthermore I've personally seen many UFO's
and once saw a bigfoot. So if you are a little insecure about
what I present you can save yourself the effort of needing to
destroy my reputation and instead just address the facts. If
you can. To my credit I got 96th percentile on my high school
ASVAB tests and am considered reasonably intelligent and sane
by the other people in my life. I have been a life long rockhound
and study subjects that interest me to exhaustion. Also I tend
to see patterns that others simply don't see until they have
been pointed out. But enough about me."
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