Re: [barsoom] Re: ERBzine: Tarzan on Mars review
- C'mon Den. . .!
Don't you think that's overstating the case? As you also say, Carter
was perfectly willing to talk to his worst enemy, and I don't recall
any instance where he drew blade first.
On Jul 20, 2007, at 11:34 AM, Den Valdron wrote:
> Like I said, John Carter was a bloodthirsty homicidal
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- There are a couple of potential sites.
The Black Sea was originally a large freshwater lake.
The Mediteranean broke through, and the place flooded.
Submersibles have found evidence of human habitation
at 300 foot depths. You could lose an entire
Then there's also the place called Sundaland. Look it
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> <dgvaldron@...> wrote:
> > I don't know if the elements are so fantastic.
> > Mammoths and Saber Toothed Cats were known to have
> > survived until as recently as 9,000 and 5,000
> > ago. 12,000 years ago seems reasonable.
> > Humans of 12,000 years ago were reasonably
> > sophisticated in their tool repertoires and they
> > already had textiles, woven cloths, for a long
> > They may have been practicing agriculture in some
> > areas, and had at least primitive copper based
> > metallurgy. Megalithic structures may well go
> > that early. And at best, this is only a millenia
> > two before the earliest documented cities.
> If they want, they can say that the sophisticated,
> megalithic cultures
> lived near the coast, and that the evidence was
> flooded over when the
> glaciers melted and the sea levels rose worldwide.