Paul Barford wrote:
> Thank you for sharing this idea with us, and its all very interesting, the
> vision of Stonehenge I being surrounded by a waterscape consisting of a
> series of uinterconnected ponds with waterfalls filling the area with the
> sound of running and splashing water is very enticing. Perhaps it would be
> reflecting on what the difference between a theory and hypothesis in
> archaeology is. It seems to me that this is rather a hypothesis or model
> which needs to be further tested. In order to be accepted you need to
> demonstrate that this model explains the evidence better than the current
> interpretations. It seems to me that it does not.
I have to agree with Paul.
The hypothesis is a novel one and who knows there may be an element of
reality to this subject. However I feel it seems more a case of fitting the
evidence to the hypothesis rather than the opposite which is how scientific
research and interpretation should be carried out.