Re: Is it NeanderTHals or NeanderTals??
Richard Foy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 5 Dec 1994 14:17:14 GMT
In article <D0Bvr6.CB8@du.edu>, STEPHANIE G. FOLSE <email@example.com> wrote:
>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>William Lee <email@example.com> wrote:
>>Tal is German for Valley. Neandertal is the Neander Valley in
>>Northwestern Germany, where the original skull of Neandertal was
>>discovered. This is Anthro 1 stuff!
>Hey, give a break to those reading this group out of interest who
>happen _not_ to have taken anthropology in school! It's a fair
Thank you Stephanie.
I am an electronics engineer, but I find reading this group very
interesting and educational, just as I do many other groups not
related to electronics. To me, one of the biggest advantages of the
net, over other forms of commuications, is the ability to have
interchanges on a wide variety of subjects with people who have
different backgrounds, experiences and education.
"When people are not ready to learn, they find what they want to
find." --Ram Dass
Richard Foy Weaving away in Cyberspace firstname.lastname@example.org