Terra X Trepanation

Barbara Ruth Campbell (campbell@I-2000.COM)
Sat, 24 Feb 1996 11:30:13 EST

Saturday, February 24, 1996

For those of you who asked me for the full reference to the Terra X episode
I fast forwarded some of it and:

"Safari: Back to the Stone Age"

The first person interviewed was Prof. Hans Schadewaldt, a medical historian.
The second is Dr. Rolf Meschig, a medical researcher.

You can write to the Discovery Channel and Learning Channel using their
web site:


I really liked the old Learning Channel program guide but now it's part of
the Discovery Channel guide.

I had hoped to find a program synopsis like the paper version but couldn't
locate it and am now pressed to get ready to go for dim sum - first clear
day since the New Year began.

As for Hercules and Xena - they have their own web sites. Ironic that
in "Pharoahs and Biblical Kings" one of the dates they researched was 776 B.C.
the date of the first Olympics. Did anyone notice that last week Hercules
was credited with starting the Olympics and a few weeks back Xena ended
the Trojan war and Gabriel met Homer? Boy do the script writers on that
show need a crash course in the classics, eh?


Barbara Ruth Campbell, Ph.D. campbell@i-2000.com
Westfield, New Jersey 07090

"Sensitivity to the role of paradigms in our perception can be
an important tool in problem solving. Once we know that all our
problems cannot be solved within the frame of a curren paradigm,
then it is sometimes possible to solve a problem by reframing its
terms" - Schwartz and Ogilvy, 1979.