Posted: Mar 14, 2020 6:00 am
by Hermit
Nevets wrote:
Hermit wrote:

One recent glaring example is your claim that the Norse had to be tough travellers because they come from the "The Hamburg culture", created around 15,500BC. Indeed, the Wikipedia provides references to the existence of the Norse, and it provides links to the Hamburg culture. What it does not provide, neither directly nor indirectly, is a link between the two, or how a connection between two types of societies that are 15,000 years apart could even be meaningful. This is the sort of stuff that springs out of your imagination, not the Wikipedia. And you keep doing this sort of thing again and again.


Sorry, but this is because you do not read the articles i link too.
Lets take a look shall we.

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No. Let's not waste time on yet another example of you doing precisely what I have criticised you for in the exact same post you quote an extract from. Here's a piece you left out: You see meanings in the bits you quote from it that simply are not there, and worse, the frequency with which you draw inferences and conclusions from those snippets that cannot be based on the snippets you do quote.

So, where in the Wikipedia articles you linked to - or anywhere else for that matter - does it explain "how a connection between two types of societies that are 15,000 years apart could even be meaningful"?