Dark Emu II: Precolonial Australian societies tilled the land

specul8

Ad Honorem
Oct 2016
3,354
Australia
#91
Why is the history of Australia being discussed in an Asian thread

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Maybe because this isnt an 'Asian thread' its a thread about :

' Dark Emu II: Precolonial Australian societies tilled the land '

what made you think it was about Asia ? Did you actually READ any of it ?


Unless you have thread and forum mixed up together . This is a thread .

message thread Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia

Whereas the 'forum' is an Asian history forum .

And all the forums together here is an Internet site ...... called ' Historum'





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specul8

Ad Honorem
Oct 2016
3,354
Australia
#92
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A European settler Thomas Holt began grazing sheep and cattle on the dunes. He removed trees and shrubs, exposing the sand.

Sad, but it is happening all around. Himalayas are being destroyed by road building because the villagers want that. Touch it and it is gone.

Thats some landslide !

A road near where I used to live and liked riding my motorcycle kept getting covered by land slide . If not you would have to swerve around boulders that had just landed on it . Right next to the coast with no where else to re-route it ..... so ; ' Sea Cliff Bridge '



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Aupmanyav

Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
5,655
New Delhi, India
#94
' Sea Cliff Bridge '
That sure is a good idea, but not possible in Himalayas. Himalayas are 'touch me nots'. The pillars also will have an unstable base. Though I do not have any knowledge about building roads in such conditions, I think the area has to be stabilized over decades by slowly widening foot paths into roads.