apr 27th, 2009
no, say it ain't so!
steve farmer's theory and my trademarked and copyrighted 'Aryan Tourist Theory' go so well together! i agree with farmer that the indus script is not a language, it's just a set of visas for white 'aryan' tourists who have arrived in india to propagate their superior genes (or is it jeans?) by impregnating local women*. they will also teach them their superior language, sanskrit, which they, although they were generally swinging from trees, quickly picked up while they were roaring down the khyber pass in their horse-drawn chariots.
*[obligatory footnote, so that this is a propah scientific paper of the type steve 'sancho panza' farmer and his boss, 'don quixote' witzel, write.] white 'aryan' tourists from the US have been known to do this in places like japan, where they impregnate japanese women and teach them english. obviously this means they were doing the same in 'aryan' tourist timeframe india.
did i mention that steve farmer is a horse's ass? yes that same horse that roared down the khyber pass. or maybe it is the indian wild ass or onager, that farmer and witzel confuse with a horse.
now the other horse's ass, the nazi witzel, will roundly condemn this study by saying it is done by 'hiina' hindus. only superioir white 'aryan' nazis like him and max mueller have the right to propagate theories about 'aryans', witzel will now declare.
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Artificial Intelligence Cracks 4,000-Year-Old Mystery
By Brandon Keim April 23, 2009 | 1:01:09 PMCategories: Archaeology
An ancient script that's defied generations of archaeologists has yielded some of its secrets to artificially intelligent computers.
Computational analysis of symbols used 4,000 years ago by a long-lost Indus Valley civilization suggests they represent a spoken language. Some frustrated linguists thought the symbols were merely pretty pictures.