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    Quote Originally Posted by alan View Post
    alcohol in the Rhenish beakers gave the beaker folks Dutch courage to cross the seas in primitive boats :-)
    Water is denser than alcohol, so maybe they were so stewed to the gills they just floated on over without boats.

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    well see my thread in the archaeology section for new clearcut evidence of man in Ireland in 10500BC which sounds like the earlier part of the Younger Dryas for that latitude. It was always wondered if anyone was around to chase the Giant Deer. Seems some people were.

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