<richardparker01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > > > http://www.uiowa.edu/~bioanth/Farming_Java.html
> > > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AAT
> > > "The conventional wisdom is that neither this swamp nor these stream
> > > were good habitats for H. erectus. More likely, it is thought, these
> > early
> > > hominids lived on the edge of the swamp and rarely set foot in the
> > Sangiran
> > > area itself, and only after death did some of their bones wash
> > > into the low-lying area."
> > As opposed to the conventional wisdom, the very facts prove that these
> > swamps & stream banks & sea coasts were excellent habitats for
> "only after death did some of their bones wash downstream into the
> low-lying area"
> Anything to provide a parsimonious alternative to the obvious.
> regards Richard
Yes, these people would do everything, just to keep their Holy Savanna