Maybe you missed this that I posted.
Yep, that's from the link I posted.
Here, some more from that link:
A prerequisite of the theory is that the Indo-Europeans arrived in a linguistically homogenous Europe, something many researchers find hard to swallow.
This extraordinary hypothesis is based of the notion that remnants of an ancestral language of all mankind are still discernable in languages of today, and the comparative analysis of cognate lexical items (e.g. bone, dog, hair), all of which bear a resemblance to Basque words with related meanings. The theory has found little favor with the linguistic establishment.
I find something, I post about it, then I think about it for a little bit more, and then I have doubts about it, despite the fact I liked it just before.
You should do that more often, heh.
No offense, Puzz, I like what you are doing, but we are just not on the same track.
I post about whatever I may find. If it contradicts what I was convinced of earlier, bad luck for me.
This is a process of finding out about the truth.
I have NO agenda at all.
Edited by Abramelin, 07 April 2012 - 06:00 PM.