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Edited Dec 17, 2012, 12:21
Re: How is Rock Art aged?
Dec 17, 2012, 12:20
tiompan wrote:
bladup wrote:
The rock art and monuments themselves are evidence enough for me as to what substances the natives were drinking before the beer and mead came [and after], and the first alcohol may well have started in the classic beaker, but people still had drinking vessels before then, what do you think was in them ritually? as normally it would be dandelion tea or something, but not for ritual, you could argue that ALL ritual comes originally from hallucinogens, like Evergreen said a lack of evidence doesn't mean it wasn't happening, and how can anybody know or find anything out if they're not allowed [which you don't] to speculate, it's all really really sad - this prove it or it isn't true lark, why not have it this way - you fucking prove it isn't true - i bet you can't [and we all know why!!!].

It obviously doesn't take much evidence to convince you .
You can argue anything you like but without evidence you won't get very far .
Some people have little interest in a finding out what actually happened in the past , they prefer to use it as a blank template to impose their dreams rather than face the facts , whether it's the British Empire or Stonehenge .
You believed that nonsense about the Balfarg sherd because it suited your beliefs and dreams why not face up to the facts .
Maybe you should read what Evergreen said after that .
Investigate proving negatives .
I can't prove the tooth fairy doesn't exist either

I never even mentioned Balfarg this time because i was talking about brewed mushrooms, i hope your still here when they soon start finding out all the things that were in the vessels, then you might know where i'm coming from -practical experience [you can't beat it], talk about cutting off your nose to spite your face...
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