At 06:21 PM 5/18/2003 +0200, )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 interconnected ponds with waterfalls filling the area with the
>sound of running and splashing water is very enticing. One or two serious
>problems however come immediately to mind. Unfortunately I do not have
>access at the moment to very much of the Stonehenge literature to see what
>they say about the features you identify as part of this waterscape system,
>so one or two points might be open to further comment by those list-members
>with better access to the literature.
>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.
>Just a few thoughts
Thank you for your interest and thoughtful questions.
You raise so many interesting questions that it is probably best to take
them one at a time, and to assure the VOLUNTARY nature of this discussion,
any answers to your questions are posted on the web. Here is response to
your first question (i.e., comparing explanations of the evidence).
Considering the number of hits on the MOAT site, it seems there is some
interest among the list members. All are welcome and encouraged to visit and