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7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy

 
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7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
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RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

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06/26/2010 07:17 AM
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what is priceless about a bunch of old crap? Our technology cains theres, id rather buy an ipad than some broken pottery shard.
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what is priceless about a bunch of old crap? Our technology cains theres, id rather buy an ipad than some broken pottery shard.
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unless the pottery is worth MILLIONS or even BILLIONS

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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
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RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 773473

Wow, what a find! It gets super cold up there during the long winters, can't imagine how humans could survive 7,000 years ago.
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what is priceless about a bunch of old crap? Our technology cains theres, id rather buy an ipad than some broken pottery shard.
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Brilliant! lol

Without the technology that that 'old crap' represents, you wouldn't have your ipad, doofus.
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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
[link to www.bostonherald.com]

RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

.......

Wow, what a find! It gets super cold up there during the long winters, can't imagine how humans could survive 7,000 years ago.
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its called, "not being a wuss".
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Umm my ipad is made out of plastic,metal ect... no pottery! Perhaps if we had of found enough of these digs, we could of used advanced pottery instead of plastic and then id have a heavier, clunkier , less durable ipad, woo!

And if anyone is willing to pay billions for broken shards of pottery, send em my way :)
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06/26/2010 07:37 AM
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Piture of the artefacts here..

[link to www.rutlandherald.com]
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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
[link to www.bostonherald.com]

RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

.......

Wow, what a find! It gets super cold up there during the long winters, can't imagine how humans could survive 7,000 years ago.


its called, "not being a wuss".
 Quoting: Max_OverDrive

Have you ever experienced wind chills of -50 degrees ?
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arrowheads? really?

sounds like pure propaganda to me.
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Umm my ipad is made out of plastic,metal ect... no pottery! Perhaps if we had of found enough of these digs, we could of used advanced pottery instead of plastic and then id have a heavier, clunkier , less durable ipad, woo!

And if anyone is willing to pay billions for broken shards of pottery, send em my way :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1016205

Not the sharpest shard in the assemblage, are we?

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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
[link to www.bostonherald.com]

RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

.......

Wow, what a find! It gets super cold up there during the long winters, can't imagine how humans could survive 7,000 years ago.
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Back 7000 years ago we had some very nice "Global Warming" and the climate here in Michigan was a lot like that of New Mexico today as we had cactus growing and altelope and javalinas wandering around.

BTW one of my most valued possessions is a native spear point from that period. The person that made it was a great craftsman.
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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
Back 7000 years ago we had some very nice "Global Warming" and the climate here in Michigan was a lot like that of New Mexico today as we had cactus growing and altelope and javalinas wandering around.

BTW one of my most valued possessions is a native spear point from that period. The person that made it was a great craftsman.
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That would explain it. Thank you for taking the time.
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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
It's interesting how people actually think the earth has always been the way it is now. People forget that the poles shift, the lands and oceans move, or weather patterns change. We find evidence of such events all the time. Plants and forest in Antarctica or warm blooded animals buried in ice in Russia, etc etc. The fact of the matter is people have lived at one time or another on every piece of land on the globe. We people dismiss things our simple little minds cannot grasp. Remember people actually believed the earth was flat and we were the center of the solar system.
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Re: 7,000-year-old artifacts found near Vermont dairy
[link to www.bostonherald.com]

RUTLAND, Vt. — An archaeological dig on the site of a proposed Armed Forces Reserve Center in Rutland has turned up Native American artifacts that could be 7,000 years old.

Scott Dillon, an archaeologist with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation, tells the Rutland Herald 16 projectiles were found at one location and appeared to be intentionally buried together.

There were also stone working tools, fire-cracked rock and containers for cooking.

Dillon calls the findings "rare and priceless."....

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 773473


I HOPE they can ID them as Silutrian!!
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I HOPE they can ID them as Silutrian!!
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