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Wed 13 Apr 2005 09:57 From:
Dear 12 Apr 2005 anonimous complainer, thank you for your feedback. There will be an author's list collected on a single page, for you and others' convenience. Thanks, Norm

Tue 12 Apr 2005 22:17 From:
I have a complaint on this site. Why the author or the owner or organization of this site is anonimous. In the Home page there is no introdutction so I could cite it properly!

Tue 5 Apr 2005 16:38 Biser Dimitrov From: Bulgaria Sofia
To the author: The information about the roots of bulgarians is wrong. Everything you say (i dont know from where you have copied this) is not even close. Dont take it personaly, i guess i have to blame your sources. I came across some suggestions and frankly to say this was the way of thinking way back in the 60s. I am not going to be specific, if you want more info and explanations, please contact me at my email address. PS. good job and well done for the idea!

Tue 5 Apr 2005 01:32 From:
Dear Aliosa Neamtu, thank you for your observation. In respect to Moldova, and its history, with all the balooney pumped up in the last 100 years, and especially since 1990es, I found that the best historical description is nowhere near the demagogery history books, but in the "Notes for historical geography of Moldova 13th-15th centuries" by L.L.Polevoy published in 1979 by "Shtiintsa". It is really close to the ground, literaly and physically. Thanks, Norm

Tue 5 Apr 2005 00:03 aliosa neamtu From: Moldova Orhei
All very interesting, but we should remember that there is a country Moldova and another one Romania, but only one language, and, in fact, one people. It's understandable, many historians from the former Soviet Union are doing this confusion. Given the hard history of the tatar people and the spirit of truth which caracterises the whole work, I am sure it was an unintentional confusion.

Mon 31 Jan 2005 05:26 Kiril Alexandrov From: USA Cambridge
Great site, keep up the good work. Everytime I got on your pages, I lose myself in the wonderful historical tapestry. I'm originally from Bulgaria.

Fri 7 Jan 2005 20:54 Mart Vabar From: Estonia Tallinn
Hey everybody! This is a wonderful and very interesting site. I just want to mention an old udeciphered manuscript, Rohonczi Codex from Hungary,at: is anybody willing to become famous, to deciphere it? Also, I would like to tell you about: Mart Vabar, Estonia PS if you like, you might drop me a couple of lines about the VMS or Rohonczi. My email is ... mesinik(at) ... but to avoid spam, I will not write it in machine-readable form. This (at) must be taken for @ of course. PPS Last year, I found out, the "old" Komi Alphabet is really a modification of the so-called "old Turkish runes" (are there a better name for them available?). The old Komi alphabet you can see at URL ... ... bot don'ttake too seriosly the strory about it's creation by St. Stepan ... it's written down centuries later, far away from Perm (ie. Komi). Ilike this story as a poetical, religious tale ... but this is not the same thing as the history. So, what do you think?

Tue 28 Dec 2004 23:22 From:
Dear Leon, thank you for your note, I believe that the whole citation, including the map, comes from the Cavalli-Sforza, Menozzi and Piazza work referred to on the page. I am not interested in any supremacist agenda, but would not shy away from citing a source that sheds historical light even if the source is biased, as are all sources. I am also not interested in the PC's, they are all relative, even the sibling PCs in the UK and USA are different. The reference for the Wurm glaciation, I think, is a hypothesis of scientists analyzing the observed facts. The facts belong to the pre-Columbus times, it was a different world then, and they belong to all of us, independently of our views or backgrounds. Regards, Norm

Tue 28 Dec 2004 18:13 Leon From: UK Spilsby
I found the material on this site interesting and thought-provoking as it seems to challenge conventional views about origins of peoples in Central Asia, but I feel you should be careful not to supplant one covert 'Indo-European' supremacist agenda by a Turkic one. Alarm bells started ringing for me with the reference on the genetic map page that states: 'We unfortunately tend to lump all Asians together, but they are genetically very different. Northeast Asians tend to have superior intelligence, given that they survived the Wurm glaciation about 10,000 years ago, similar to northwest Caucasians or Aryans. ' It's not only not PC, it sounds a bit crypto-Nazi (or the equivalent). I wonder who the author of these words is and if he'd like to explain himself?

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