Tuesday, October 3, 2006, 11:49:59 PM, Melcir wrote:
> thout being locked into your own former scholarly training and
> established ruts in which you are comfortable. Let go of the fixity
> of such thinking and genuinely explore beyond your safety zones ...
> Let the realm of true 'educare' draw you out of your hermitage caverns.
Ah yes, let's ignore that pesky evidence.
> Was there a time on Earth when wood was totally scarce? Or was there
> some preferment in creating with stone? Eg. Keeping dinosaurs out of a safe-zone
And away we go. Our ancestors having to struggle to keep the dinosaurs from eating them. I do feel sorry for them.
How do you have a discussion with someone who thinks that there may have been a time in the not so recent past when wood was totally scarce and that there were dinosaurs hunting our ancestors?
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