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100 Years of Australian Innovation (a short list)
May 3, 2009
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http://community.theblackvault.....#038;t=899
My thread on the Ebu Gogo might be of interest to this subject.

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May 3, 2009
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"CodeBlack" wrote: http://community.theblackvault.....#038;t=899
My thread on the Ebu Gogo might be of interest to this subject.

Yes very.

As i remember when the Australian archaeologists first found, hobbits.

http://blogs.discovermagazine......resiensis/

Hobbit’s relatives may have existed in northern Australia
Submitted by Sahil Nagpal on Tue, 05/27/2008

Canberra, May 27: An archaeologist, who discovered the “Hobbit”, an ancient human like species, on an Indonesian island in 2003, has determined that a relative of the species may have existed in northern Australia.

The Hobbits, or Homo floresiensis, who were only about one metre tall and weighed just 30kg, existed on the remote Indonesian island of Flores until about 12,000 years ago.

The specie was dubbed as “hobbits” because of its small size and big feet.

Now, according to Professor Mike Morwood, who had made the finding in 2003, these ancient species could have had relatives living in northern Australia.

“We are searching for relatives and ancestors of the Homo floresiensis,” said Morwood. “I think there are a few surprises in store yet, especially for northern Australia,” he added.

Indonesian seafarers on their way to Australia to collect sea cucumbers between 1720 and 1900 are believed to have scattered pottery along the Kimberley coastline.

Professor Morwood believes the ancient Hobbits may have used the same sea currents to reach Australian shores.

Morwood’s team has had found the bones of several Hobbits at Liang Bua cave on Flores.

Among the creature’s unique features were an incredibly small brain - just one-third the size of a human brain - and remarkably long feet. (ANI)

May 3, 2009
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"rath" wrote: DNA analysis of skeleton suggests Adam and Eve were Australians

Fuck off. i'm tired of reading your BS. I bet you’re a Fascist. With all your nationalistic crap I wouldn’t be surprised.

What are you going to find next. Fire was invented by the Australians. Then the wheel. Then something else.

Read between the lies

May 3, 2009
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You theory still doesn’t hold water. How did people get from Africa through Asia then into Australia before they got into Europe? Explain.

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May 4, 2009
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"Lashmar" wrote: [quote="rath"] DNA analysis of skeleton suggests Adam and Eve were Australians

Fuck off. i'm tired of reading your BS. I bet you’re a Fascist. With all your nationalistic crap I wouldn’t be surprised.

What are you going to find next. Fire was invented by the Australians. Then the wheel. Then something else.

Hahaha.....rrrr

Is someone getting the best, ..... the best,....the best...... the best of you.

Sorry, Foo Fighters. good song. Laugh

What are you going to find next. Fire was invented by the Australians. Then the wheel. Then something else.

Actually ........ maybe i save it for later.

May 4, 2009
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I like that song. Laugh

Die, die, die my darling.

I like that as well. 😉 🙂

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May 4, 2009
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You've got me on the foo fighter bug now. 😡 Laugh Laugh

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May 4, 2009
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interesting fact about the foo fighters.

Did you know the foo fighters wrote most of the songs on the Echoes Silence Patience & Grace Album while in Australia.

& the Ballad Of The Beaconsfield Miners was made for 2 Australian miners that got trapped in a mine collapse in Australia.

😛

May 5, 2009
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No I did not.

Did you know that Canada leads the industrialized nations of the world in toaster-related deaths?

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May 9, 2009
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Now that I can believe. Crazy Kanooks can't toast.

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