Randy Smith (email@example.com)
28 Aug 1996 20:34:01 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com says...
>In article <32224361.486E@megafauna.com>,
>Stephen Barnard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Eric Brunner wrote:
>>> Imagine instead written of Europeans:
>>> Recent researches have suggested that they may be the result of
>>> interbreeding between between an original population of "Homo
>>> neanderthalus" and the earliest members of "Homo sapiens."
>>> See any fur fly?
>>I have read precisely this speculation (though not recently), and I
>>haven't seen any fur fly.
>>The question of whether Australian Aborigines do or don't have a more
>>direct relationship to Homo erectus than other races is a matter of
>>fact, and it should have no political overtones. In particular, such a
>>claim -- right or wrong -- does not necessarily imply a value judgement.
>> Steve Barnard
> I'm surprised no one has as yet taken the bull by the horns
> and addressed the question I asked.
> Did I word it wrong?
I don't know where, but I have seen the australoids refered to as homo sapiens
I don't know what the resens means. Anyone?
> EG Land
>BARD (aka Ed Garth Land)
>Fly On-The-Wall, Inc.