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Posted by GwynJ on November 19, 2000 20:05:40 UTC

we also know there is evidence of sites that show 'grave robbing' activity before contemporary archaeologists were able to arrive. And we continue to discover specimens. Is it really in the interest of science to say that all evidence worth finding has already been found, and all the chips are down as we speak? true, we may never find specimens of 500-year-old people; i don't see reference as to how these were laid to rest. if it was in any way like that of, say, the Plains Indians, putting on a bier for the elements, the world may never know. that is the fascination of science. :)

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