Dave Sill <dsill@Highland.Net> wrote:
> I just learned of the existence of this incredible archaeological site
> yesterday--through, of all things, a travel piece in a Jehovah's Witness
> magazine. There's not a lot of good information on it on the web, but that
> seems to be because the site is inexplicably relatively unknown and
> unstudied. Here's a more or less official site:
> Surprisingly, the best info I've found is on a "fringe" site:
> Raise your hand if you've heard of Nan Madol before. Maybe I've just been
> under a rock...
Not a single response. Hmm. OK, maybe I *have* been under a rock and
everyone's just too polite to point that out. Yeah, right. :-)
Or maybe nobody here cares about archaeology. We're more future oriented
than past oriented, right? Well, yeah, but we're smart enough to realize
that the past has valuable lessons.
Maybe everyone's too busy working riddles. But Nan Madol is real world
riddle whose solution would benefit mankind, not just boost the egos of
those who can solve it.
I'm stumped. I can't figure out why nobody else seems to care...
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