"Gerrit Hanenburg" <G.Hanenburg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>When did hominids begin this 'non-
>>agricultural' plant cultivation?
> It would be wise first to consult a recent textbook on the matter,
> such as
> And according to this source agriculture has multiple primary origins
> around the world, but there is no evidence for crop cultivation on a
> detectable scale much earlier than the Holocene.
> What tangible evidence, instead of speculation, is there to the
This theory requires the simultaneous
sprinkling of 'fairy dust' all over the
globe -- presumably by aliens.
It's not a theory that, at first sight,
appeals to me. Still, if you like it,
don't let me discourage you.
Science must be lead by 'evidence'.
Where do you think those aliens