Friday, January 13, 2006

Professor John Huntington: Dinosaurs preferred MING LITE

IER Msg# 2796:

"Dear Michael et al.
I am over stepping my usual boundaries here, but in a study of early Neolithic pottery in Korea I have discovered that pottery in Korea (8,000BCE. 10,000 BP) is a delayed outgrowth of the Amur River culture pottery of 13,000 to 11,000 BP. The big wine jars are associated with fermented millet and other grains that were offered in burials. China demonstrably had "Beer" can 9000 BCE. but whatever the case in China, both Amur culture and Early Neolithic Korea antedated them.

John John C. Huntington, Professor
(Buddhist Art and Methodologies)
Department of the History of Art
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH, U.S.A."


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