Re: Tasmanian Site Discovery
Posted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:57 pm
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OK, write a 'treatment', less than 10 pages, laying out the principle chapters to be covered and some examples that illustrate them. Then sell the concept to auntie Beeb. They've got the scriptwriters, the production capability, and the money.Digit wrote:I'm in!
So do the rest of us!I want a stunningly attractive and highly intelligent 45 year old woman anyway!
Well, that's settled then. One less bone of contention.Digit wrote:So do the rest of us!I want a stunningly attractive and highly intelligent 45 year old woman anyway!
Rokcet Scientist wrote:You mean you find Palin 'stunningly attractive'...
That campaign video really got to you, didn't it?
Digit wrote:We discount this one the Min!
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Please note the working brake lights!!!
Flash is bad news. As your 'helper message' illustrates. It is corrupt as hell and crashes browsers left and right. That's why it will be replaced by HTML5 (and why Flash is blocked from running on iPods, iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches).Minimalist wrote: For some reason its telling me to download Flash...which I already have...in order to see it. I'll mess with this later.
Huh? The width of Lombok Strait is a mere 21 kilometres (13 miles). HE could easily see the other side, so he had a concrete destination to go to.Beagle wrote:I was catching up on my reading here in the forum, and noticed this thread. So I thought I might add something.
Although Oz has been connected at times with both Tasmania and New Guinea, they are still isolated from the rest of the world by about 70km.
HE was already on Java by 1,57 mya. So he either walked there or boated/rafted there. The boat/raft supporters will consequently have to accept that HE knew about boating/rafting long before he stood on the beach of New Guinea facing Oz. So getting across was feasible. They knew about boating/rafting, after all.Of course this doesn't mean that at some other time humans didn't travel there via boats.