- Oct 2016
How much of it is distinguishable from what stone age tribes did? Whenever someone says "indigenous people in Australia had that", what they really mean is "they had a version of it, under definition xyz, but that version was stuff stone age tribes also had", which is kind of the problem with invoking this stuff as a rebuttal to "weren't they a stone age people?" I don't think it's due to any natural superiority, etc, nobody has even hinted at that, I would think the environmental factors, chance, geographic location, etc, explain the lack of development; but that they lacked development isn't something one can debate. It's like when someone said they had "mining", but the version of "mining" they had was hacking hunks of clay out of the side of caves that had clay in it, using sticks. It's not the sophisticated and technical process evoked to the layperson by the term mining.
"The indigenous people's did not have writing or tools, for agriculture or otherwise . "
And that was what KJ was responding to so this answer is totally irrelevant. You are dead wrong that they never had tools of any type ( ie. or otherwise ) actually, its just a silly and stupid statement as the museums are full of them . You continually make BS assertions, then when taken to task, give an entirely unrelated response or cover up or more BS.
Same with the mining , you just made up the process you described with no reference to reality whatsoever , yet again, you are making stuff up yourself and then criticizing what you made up yourself.
When we explained the complexities of their mining process, and why it is considered 'mining' and backed it up with references and papers about it that supported what we aid, you just chose to ignore that and keep repeating your unbacked up claims ,
ANOTHER fail !
All the way through this you have been failing , badly and obvciously, and have not offered up any relevent f fact or reference.