I understand your regret, and as I mentioned in the other post, the whole uproar to me is completely unfathomable.Whether it is true or not is completely besides the point to me.I never started this project to see if I had Indian blood in my veins.Ronnie, take some comfort in the knowledge that at least by your posting it, it led me to other research, and to me THIS IS WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT.
I think some people forget the fun of these projects.This is why I do it.I don't drage myself to computers, records, gravesites, family geneology records (BTW, my aunt is compiling one I know, I'm going to look into it as well to see what I can glean from records, letters, etc. that she has) simply out of a feeling of neccesity.I think more people should remember that this should be FUN!
I think some have forgotten that.The FUN is in the digging, which leads to other digging.We can never say the search is completely over.It just becomes harder, which makes it more fun.Personally Ronnie, I'd like to thank you for adding more FUN to my process, and that again, is in the DIGGING.With more people rememering this facet, and working together on a project, I think more progress could be made, rather than having a specific agenda to 'find something'.
For example, I find theories all the time.What is interesting from a scientific standpoint regarding theories, is that they can lead you in several different directions.Those directions lead you to other scientific theories.I study papyri manuscripts and criticism, textual comparisons in such, and as in any branch of science, this is how it works.It leads you in other directions.This is how the great discoveries of the world have been made.Einstein worked on the problems facing the idea of 'ether' carrying light waves.This lead to modern
So I understand your regret Ronnie, but I would like to give you a thank you for adding some more fun.
(BTW, I'm assuming you've heard the completely unsubtantial theory regarding the mysterious "Corns".It'll be something interesting for me to dig on, but I'm assuming you've already heard it)