You didn't give any link at all. And yes, in the past, you have referred to Cremo as a Vedic scholar. What, you're going to backpedal now?
Yes, I am an atheist; you've previously said, and I agreed with you, that an atheist can be a Hindu. Where is your quarrel?
And incidentally, I do subscribe to Vedic texts and culture; just because my interpretations do not match yours do not make them wrong. Now who is being intolerant, hmm?
Again, I do subscribe to it.
And what makes you a Hindu, exactly? Believing guys like Cremo, who claim to represent the be-all-end-all of Hinduism? I'm a Hindu because I subscribe to Vedic culture and texts; I was a Hindu before I was an atheist, incidentally. I do practice yoga, although I've never much been one for the festivals; they seem rather impractical to me.
You clearly haven't read any of the scientific literature that's been published on the matter of the mind-body problem; there's a great deal of it. In any case, we're extremely off-topic now.
You are having an interesting debate, and perhaps it would make a good thread? I have wondered if Vedic script and the bible record alien intervention?
When speaking of Hinduism this involves many different ideas, different creation stories, and even different cultures. It is not "God's truth" like the Old and New Testaments and Koran. Whatever, what does religion have to do with Ice Age Civilizations? I can see where talk of alien intervention could fit into this subject, but isn't religion a different subject?