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03 September 2016


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19th century New Guinea? Lindsay, I disagree.

This thinking is from ancient Africa, the place our ancestors left eons ago before they arrived here: it is the result of Australopithican thought processes.

In other words, we're basically arguing with monkeys.

Harsh, and fits only thinking of a 19th Century New Guinea.

Discovering and implementing improvement, here calls for rapproachement.

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