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"Could change everything": coin found off Australia may be from pre-1400 Africa
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RE: "Could change everything": coin found off Australia may be from pre-1400...
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eSheep  Wrote: (05-15-2019 12:08 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-15-2019 11:41 AM)
I agree. Black races everywhere were in the stone age up until the 19th century. They had not even invented the wheel let alone metal tools and only because it was introduced to them. All the history books show black and white photos of black people with stone tools and spears.

That is not true at all

Africans practiced metallurgy for centuries if not millennia prior to colonial times

That is patently absurd. Don't you think they'd still have had those things when they were encountered by Europeans? Does it make any fuck1ing sense to you at all that they went back to grass huts, no written language and savagery after being accomplished metallurgists?
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RE: "Could change everything": coin found off Australia may be from pre-1400...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-16-2019 06:01 PM)
eSheep  Wrote: (05-15-2019 12:08 PM)
That is not true at all

Africans practiced metallurgy for centuries if not millennia prior to colonial times

That is patently absurd. Don't you think they'd still have had those things when they were encountered by Europeans? Does it make any fuck1ing sense to you at all that they went back to grass huts, no written language and savagery after being accomplished metallurgists?

Look up metallurgy in Africa, it's been practiced for a long time there

And who is truly savage? Did you ever read about the atrocities in the Belgian Congo?
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someone probably lost it from their private coin collection...or it was stolen and dropped/lost

Occam's razor people

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-15-2019 07:51 AM)
Bicnarok  Wrote: (05-15-2019 06:47 AM)
The "why would aboriginies want coins" is a good point. Pretty useless to them that long ago.

Let's be sane and logical here for a minute and think about this;

These Africans? they had metal, they were seafaring, they had discovered the wheel, they were far more technologically advanced than the aboriginals.

Now tell me what could primitive ancient aboriginals, who were nomadic tribespeople with literally zero technology and who wandered around the bush carrying spears with their d*cks hanging out POSSIBLY have that an advanced seafaring people could POSSIBLY want to trade? Kangaroo balls? and even if they did have something, why would they want tiny metal copper discs which were completely useless to their way of life?



I think there were a lot of contacts way back when that have never been documented. Remember it cost a lot of money for these voyages.

I see the aboriginal being more like africans than anyone.

Yes, they were very primitive.
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