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Lack of evidence

Posted by ADS on 07 Jul 2019 at 11:11 GMT

The authors should read more carefully the original paper of Rainer & Simionescu from 1942. For example fig. 4, p. 494; fig. 8, p. 499; pl. I, fig. 1; pl. II, fig. 1 & 2 = there are no fractures!!! the skull was affected by the destruction of the building of Bucharest University during the American bombardment on April 4th 1944 ( In that picture (there are also hundreds of them) is the Faculty of History and the Faculty of Geology is located on the other side of the building but was just shaken not destroyed. I know that from the former professor of geology, Dr Theodor Neagu.

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