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Dubious Archaeology September 4, 2011

Author: Beach Combing | in : Actualite, Ancient, Contemporary, Medieval, Modern
Dubious Archaeology

Reading Kenneth Feder’s Encylopedia of Dubious Archaeology Beach was reminded of an adage by Benjamin Franklin. Franklin once said that before you start arguing with someone you need to make a fundamental decision: do you want to change that person’s opinion or do you want to draw blood? It is a frightening question because 90% […]