Re: Waroa = Yaruro ? (Indigenous Venezuelans)

Eric Shook (Panopticon@oubliette.COM)
Wed, 3 May 95 13:31:07 CST

In article <> (Gil Hardwick) writes:
> You expect anthropology here Jim? Goodness gracious me, wonders will
> never cease!
> Please don't go away, will you. We are in the midst of a Master Class
> on God/Space continua right now, with some freshers calling in from
> time to time for tutoring on matriarchy, but hang in there and maybe
> someone else will pluck up the courage to actually think of something
> on indigenous peoples.

Indigenous people? What are indigenous people Gil? Could you give me some
examples? ;-) It sounds remarkably interesting so far. I know I'm not
crazy, but I often have wondered about martiachy.

Better yet, could you please provide a brief, yet complete summary of he
entire field of anthropology in three paragraphs, including all of the major
discoveries in the last one thousand years? _and_ define cross cousin
descent group terminology?

Thanks. Oh, and since it is for a paper for class that I need to turn in
before tomorrow at 6:30 in the morning for 40% of my semester grade in
my "Academic reproduction techniques in group relationships and politics"
Poli-sci class. I'm posting this at midnight, but the internet has never
let me down yet!

Oh, and BTW, I have a theory that all life on the planet was destroyed by
martian tidal influences, thusly the flood, and that we then germinated
from mere seedlings left behind by Zanthroids of the planet Corpu (meaning:
Pyramid-builders-home). However, I know nothing about Paleontology, let
alone sociobiology or genetic dissonance, and I was wondering if you might
provide some evidence for this theory? I'm having an argument with the

-- Eric Nelson --
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