Originally Posted by Cito Pelon
OT, but did anybody see this? It was a nice program, but they featured a really creepy old dude, Daniel Fisher.
That dude creeped me out. He's talking about "mass die-offs (smile), you can see how a whole Mastodon family died (smile), they all died right here (smile), you can see all their bones (smile), they all came here at one time and died (smile)"
I've been around some academics that loved their work, but this guy Daniel Fisher is creepy. Proctologist kind of creepy, but in an archaeological kind of way.
I saw it, I am a Nova junkie but I usually don't watch the archaeology shows much but I sat through this one, it was actually interesting. I think it was on last year and I skipped it then.
I liked the idea that the newer aged finds were from people storing the kills in the water to keep them preserved longer. It was interesting to see how long of a time all the bones were from.
I like the space stuff more. Really only watched it because in CO but it was well done and worth the watch.