Sunday, 29 April 2012

Working On The Implications Of Homogeneity VS. Homogenized

I know I've been blurting very spottily of late. Long story.
    But I assure you, I'm busily preparing a treatise on the difference between homogeneous and homogenized natural sediments, in the hope of restoring some of my credibility as an ethical and sensible archaeologist where it concerns excavation techniques. As you may have seen from the comments on my Thursday blurt, there is some understandable push-back with respect to my readiness to accept the persistence in California (especially) of excavation using arbitrary levels. I hope to reassure my colleagues outside of the region of the archaeologist's obligation to accept the reality of ubiquitous and catastrophic bioturbation almost everywhere in the Golden State.
     Please stay tuned. 

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