the power of twitter for pseudoarchaeology

Twitter: Because when reason, logic, common sense, facts, evidence, and scholars all say "No," you can always appeal to faith and beg the public to keep the story alive.

Twitter: Because when reason, logic, common sense, facts, evidence, and scholars all say “No,” you can always appeal to faith and beg the public to keep the story alive.

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  1. Reblogged this on Zwinglius Redivivus and commented:
    Someone has to combat the lunacy.

  2. I and others are trying and it looks as if we are winning the academic and the media war, few covered the story, and Cargills’ showing that they have heavily photoshopped the image raises a lot of questions, particularly in the world of journalism, where photoshopping an image is automatic dismissal.

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