Re: CROSSING THE BERING STRAIT? How ridiculous!
Marc H. Popek (LVMarc@worldnet.att.net)
30 Nov 1996 23:11:24 GMT
Ed Conrad <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article
> Whoever came up with the theory that man arrived in
> North America by crossing the Bering Strait is certainly a prime
> candidate for science's Dunce of the Century Award.
> Let's be realistic and use a little common sense!
> What tribal leaders, in their right mind -- from wherever they were --
> would search for ``greener pastures" by heading so far north?
What an exciting and fascinating new concept. Since air travel seems far
fetched. then the Orientals traveled through the north pacific in boats,
right? Sounds plausible to me.