Kenneth L. Feder
Kenneth L. Feder is author of The Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology and Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology. He is professor of anthropology at Central Connecticut State University and a Committee for Skeptical Inquiry fellow and Skeptical Inquirer consulting editor.
The rational part of my mind recognized almost immediately thereafter that the identification I had come up with was nonsensical. But was it?
A review of Think: Why You Should Question Everything, by Guy P. Harrison.
The archaeological record shows clearly that our human ancestors were enormously intelligent and resourceful. They were more than capable of developing sophisticated technologies on their own.
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