2 The Reverse Side of the Earth

The Reverse Side of the Earth

Posted on April 25, 2013 by team

The archaeologists who examined the area in the 1970s found thirty four whale jaw “poles”, fifty skulls and about one hundred fifty meat holes. Today only seven jaws can be found there.

The flag has finally occupied its place.


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2 Responses to “The Reverse Side of the Earth”

  1. Ivan says:

    Did they stuck the skys around the tent so in case of a blizzard not to get lost if they go outside to take a leak?

  2. George Johnson says:

    I think, there’s no written records of why they did it, because like the building of the pyramids in Egypt, that was information that was so common, it didn’t HAVE to be written down.

    Think about it. It’s like telling somebody how to dig a hole, to plant a post, or a tree. You don’t, you just say “Dig a hole, then you plant the tree” with some advice like fertilizer and stuff. That’s the part people may not know. But the digging of the hole? EVERYbody knows how to do that, so you don’t put that in there.

    Same thing here. This was such a big, common event to them back then, everybody knew about it. They didn’t HAVE to tell each other about it, because if you didn’t know about it, you’d have been living under a rock or something.

    Nobody considered the fact, that over time, that may be forgotten. Would you forget how to dig a hole? Pick up a shovel, and have absolutely no idea what it was, how it was used, who made it or anything like that? Absurd.

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