«Ancient Popcorn Found—Made 2,000 Years Earlier Than Thought in Peru».
In my opinion, even more great scientific and practical interest is not so much the food of the ancient inhabitants of the territory of modern North and South America as a matter of their ancient technologies. According to information from a ancient texts, which were not all destroyed, the answers to this puzzle is very simple. These responses are also associated with a history of many nations. To understand the ancient texts is insufficient to know the dictionary of Yuri Valentinovich Knorozov and other similar dictionaries. In the writing system of many ancient peoples there is a total mystery, the understanding of which is the key to many mysteries of history and modernity.
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January 27, 2012
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