Re: Chariots of da Gods?!!

Lowell McFarland (
Mon, 30 Sep 1996 13:35:40 -0400

Lawrence E. McKnight wrote:
> wolf <> wrote:
> >William R. Belcher wrote:
> >> I guess you don't see the connection, Gary...if someone has committed
> >> fraud, that says a lot about their character, don't you think? I'm sure
> >snip snip
> >There was a man in Canada who claimed he would build an antenna and then
> >he would speak into something he was going to call a microphone and then
> >he would have a little box in England (or somewhere on the continent)
> >and his voice would be heard through that box. He would call the box a > >radio ....
> >His friends had him committed to a psychiatric ward. His name: Marconi!
> Interesting piece of fiction. So Marconi was doing voice transmissions.
> Interesting. (Actually, some people think the original demonstration of
> _Morse Code_ transmission of a single letter was, at best, wishful
> thinking.
> >Keep an open mind friends
> >Wolf
> Larry McKnight

Then there was that crazy German businessman who believed he
could actually find the mythical city of Troy-
Then there were the crazy Wright brothers who thought they could
make flying machines-

What is the world coming to -
Next, I suppose they will find Celts in the Gobi Desert,
claim the Pharaohs used high quality South American cocaine
and that paleo-Australians are older than 50,000 years old.
My, my, my.

Lowell McFarland